An Inside Look At The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker Room

An Inside Look At The Vikings Home Locker Room (Photos)

The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker RoomOver the past few months, iFolloSports.com has provided NFL enthusiasts with multiple behind the scenes looks at the brand new US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The spectacular home of the Minnesota Vikings has garnered very favorable reviews from both fans and media alike. And, lets not forget how the Vikings themselves have clearly enjoyed their new surroundings, considering that the team is 3-0 in the building, on their way to a 5-0 start.

In our latest behind the scenes glance at the 66,000-seat facility, we wanted to offer a glimpse into the Vikings inner sanctum, the team’s home locker room. In addition to the standard lockers, bathrooms, training areas and coaches dressing quarters, the space features MRI and concussion protocol zones, as well as two flat screen televisions available for film study before the game and during halftime.

 

The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker Room

The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker Room

The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker Room

A couple unique design features of the room include a Vikings ceiling logo and a smaller version of the team’s ring of honor, accompanied by a painted sign that reads “Legends Start Here.”

The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker Room

The Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium Home Locker Room

Vikings staff begin prepping the locker room at midnight, prior to a day game, with the setting broken down the following midnight, after the game has been played.

When Vikings games are not taking place at US Bank Stadium, the club’s football operation is headquartered at Winter Park, the team’s Eden Prairie, Minnesota practice facility (16 miles southwest of US Bank).