After reaching an agreement with Major League Soccer earlier this week on resuming the season, Minnesota United and all teams will soon be hosting full team workouts again.
The MLS Players’ Association announced Wednesday morning it has voted to approve a ratified collective bargaining agreement through the 2025 season. It includes a return-to-play plan to resume the 2020 season at some point this summer with a World Cup-style tournament to be played in Florida.
MLS players approved on Sunday night a package of concessions for the 2020 season, modifications to the recently-agreed collective bargaining agreement and signed off on resuming the soccer season with a summer tournament in Orlando.
MLS officials announced Thursday they have approved for teams to hold small-group training sessions at outdoor team facilities while complying to strict Coronavirus pandemic guidelines.
Two things are clear after hearing from Minnesota United coach Adrian Heath and midfielder Ethan Finlay: They want to play soccer as soon as possible, but they don’t want to risk the health of their players in doing so.
Major League Soccer is transforming the way it develops youth academies across the United States and Canada, and two Minnesota clubs will be a part of it.
Minnesota United is getting back on the field Tuesday, hosting voluntary individual training for players at the National Sports Center in Blaine. Policies are in place to adhere to guidelines due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Major League Soccer announced on Friday that its individual players can begin working out at outdoor training fields for individual purposes starting May 6.
Soccer fans are going to have to wait a little longer to see Minnesota United in its second season at Allianz Field.
Minnesota sports teams and athletes had a message for fans who are struggling through the Coronavirus pandemic: "We'll be back. We are one Minnesota."
A new poll of American sports fans shows 72 percent of them say they will not attend live games before a COVID-19 vaccine is developed.
Minnesota athletes are stepping up to help Twin Cities communities who have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Normally at this time of year, the Minnesota United FC would be on the training field, but players like defender Michael Boxall are forced to train on their own.
Minnesota United is donating 2,000 pounds of food to the Aliveness Project and Second Harvest Heartland for those who have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Here's the latest on cancellations, suspensions, postponements and more as it relates to Minnesota sports and the coronavirus.
MLS is the second major North American sports league to suspend its season due to the coronavirus.
Officials with Minnesota United FC said Wednesday that despite concerns over the Coronavirus pandemic across the country, their home opener set for Sunday will go on as scheduled at Allianz Field.
Life is good at the top. Just ask Minnesota United, which heads into its 2020 debut at Allianz Field 2-0.
While Minnesota United aims to put the ball in the net and pick up big wins this season, they’re hoping soccer fans are equally as enthused to indulge themselves in the food and drink options at Allianz Field in 2020.
Kevin Molino has had two trying years with Minnesota United in MLS, but if his first game in the 2020 campaign is any indication, he's ready to make a comeback as one of MLS's elite scorers.