The Minnesota State Fair brings in millions of people every year, and that includes some professional athletes. Soccer fans lined up to meet members of Minnesota United FC.
Minnesota United is bringing back midfielder Jan Gregus after losing Kevin Arriaga to a season-ending knee injury.
Minnesota United fans have joined forces to support Artem, a 16-year-old Ukrainian refugee who lost his leg in a Russian attack last year.
Minnesota United coach Adrian Heath is serving a 1-game suspension on Saturday against Austin FC for yellow card accumulation.
Showing their commitment to community, Minnesota United's supporter groups Dark Clouds, True North Elite, and Red Loons united to donate $8,000 to Dakota nonprofit.
The U.S. Men's National Team will face Oman for a friendly on Sept. 12 at Allianz Field.
It's official: Minnesota United have finally signed a proven goalscorer in Finnish international Teemu Pukki.
Minnesota United midfielder Emanuel Reynoso missed the first 15 games and four months of the Major League Soccer season due to a family matter in Argentina.
After months — years, even — of speculation, Messi finally revealed his decision to join a Miami franchise that has been led by another global soccer icon, David Beckham, since its inception but has yet to make any real splashes on the field.
Minnesota United midfielder Emanuel Reynoso was on the field training with his teammates in Blaine for the first time this season on Thursday.
Fans of Minnesota professional sports teams will soon be able to show off their fandom with an official license plate.
The Spanish league has filed nine criminal complaints of cases of racial abuse against Vinícius in the last two seasons, with most of them being shelved by prosecutors.
Minnesota United will be without one of its top players for several months, but coach Adrian Heath said Monday he doesn’t want to call it season-ending just yet.
Minnesota United midfielder Robin Lod suffered a torn meniscus in Wednesday's win over Houston and will have surgery on Monday.
Sang Bin Jeong, the sixth-ever Korean to play in Major League Soccer, comes to the Minnesota United with years of professional soccer experience.
Sang Bin Jeong, the sixth-ever Korean to play in Major League Soccer, comes to the Minnesota United with years of professional soccer experience. Jeong, 21, started his career playing for Suwon, then going abroad to Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom and then to Switzerland, where he played for the Grasshoppers Club team. Jeong was destined to play soccer. At a young age, he loved to run around outside and even play soccer inside the house. Everything was always about soccer. And the passion for the sport runs deep in the Jeong family.
Minnesota United officials said Tuesday star midfielder Emanuel Reynoso has been cleared to play and return to team activities.
Minnesota United coach Adrian Heath talked Tuesday about Emanuel Reynoso's reinstatement and the team's slow start after training at the National Sports Center in Blaine.
Fox 9's Pierre Noujaim sits down with Minnesota United coach Adrian Heath with the Loons off to a 2-0-2 start.
We spoke to a South Korean soccer analyst about what Loons fans can expect of the team's new young Korean star, Sang Bin Jeong.