Minnesota Gets their Stadium, Now Where is Ours!

I will have what they are having


News broke today that the Minnesota Vikings are going to be STAYING put.

The site of the stadium would be the former Twin Cities Army Ammunitions Plant property in Arden Hills, about 10 miles from the Metrodome in Minneapolis. The agreement calls for an $884 million stadium and an additional $173 million for on-site infrastructure, parking and environmental costs.

The Vikings stadium fell apart in front of the world last year and they have been long rumored to be one of the top candidates to move to Los Angeles. The list of candidate to move out to LA is getting shorter and the Chargers are still at the top of the list. The St. Louis Rams, Oakland Raiders, and Jacksonville Jaguars have also been rumored to be heading to Los Angeles. The list is getting shorter and we are still on the top of that list.

The Minnesota fans are excited to keep their team in their city! Will we get that same loving feeling here in San Diego?

Hopefully this will get the people in San Diego talking and give them new ideas on how we can keep this team here in San Diego.

Topics: Los Angeles, Minnesota Vikings, Stadium

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  • trong

    I’m so sick and tired of this bureaucratic bullshit wit our stadium.

  • ginger

    The city of San Diego is chasing everyone away with their bureaucratic crap! hey got rid of all the cruise ships. Next… the Chargers!

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