Come March 2018, Minnesota United FC will join the ranks of the MLS in the top tier of professional soccer in the United States. Yesterday, they unveiled the plans for their brand new stadium in St. Paul.

The State-of-the-Art stadium will seat 20,000 and should be ready in time for Minnesota United FC's debut in MLS in March 2018.

The new stadium will include 3 hospitality clubs, field heating like that found in Target Field, high density WiFi for mobile devices as well as a distributive wireless antenna system for increased cell reception inside the stadium.

The estimated cost for the stadium is $150 Million and will be paid for by Minnesota United FC, with it becoming publicly owned once construction is complete.