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Minnesota United began play in 2017 along with Atlanta United to become the 22nd and 23rd clubs to join the MLS. They are the newest rendition of the Minnesota United NASL club. The club’s ownership group is led by Bill McGuire (former UnitedHealth CEO) and consists of a number of Minnesota-based minority owners Minnesota United has kept their inaugural coach, Adrian Heath, despite setting records for the worst inaugural defeat by an expansion side, being the only team in the MLS to lose consecutive games by 5 goals, and the coldest match temperature. They would finish the season in 9th-place in their division. The team’s record would not improve in the 2018 season and they would eventually end the season in 10th-place. Minnesota United opened their brand new stadium, Allianz Arena, in April of 2019. It seats about 19,400 and was funded privately at an estimated cost of $200 million. So far, the 2019 season has started off much better for the club as they strive for their first playoff appearance.
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