Minnesota Vikings Tickets
You’d never miss a Vikings game, no matter where they’re playing. You caught them for years at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, and have since attended games at University of Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium. In fact, you’re as much of a fan that you’ll travel to wherever they’re playing the Super Bowl.
While the Minneapolis area had a football team in the 1920s and 1930s, the Vikings didn’t actually form until 1960, when they were introduced as an expansion team. It’s said that local businessmen Bill Boyer, H.P. Skoglund, and Max Winter were awarded an AFL franchise, but the NFL pressured them for the team. As a result, the Vikings became the NFL’s 14th franchise that year. They selected the team name to reflect the Midwest’s Scandinavian heritage. Currently, the team plays for the National Football Conference (NFC) division, although it had been part of NFC Central and Western Conference Central Divisions in the past. The team experienced its greatest period of success in the 1970s, where it got to the Super Bowl three times before the end of the decade. While fans may remember the 1980s as a dry spell, their wins picked up in the late ‘90s. Since the 2000s, they’ve attracted high-level talent like Adrian Peterson, signed straight from the University of Oklahoma, and Brett Favre. More recently, they signed German wide receiver Moritz Böhringer, the first European drafted into the NFL without playing at any level in North America.
What many don’t realize is, the Vikings have one of the highest winning percentages out of any NFL team. The team has won at least three games every season, except for in 1962, and is one of six NFL teams to have won at least 15 games during its regular season. Further, the Vikings qualified for the NFL Championship in 1969 and have been eligible for the playoffs 26 times since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. As well, they played in Super Bowls IV, VIII, IX, and XI. Looking to catch the team this football season? From the regular season to playoffs and championships, get Minnesota Vikings tickets ahead of time through BuyTickets.com. Browse the season by venue today.
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