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By the Numbers: A numerical breakdown of Allianz Field

A quantitative look inside Minnesota United’s new stadium

Minnesota United trains at Allianz Field
Seth Steffenhagen/Steffenhagen Photography

In case you haven’t heard, Allianz Field is opening this weekend.

Minneosta United will host New York City FC on Saturday in their first match at the new soccer-specific stadium in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood.

It’s a pretty big deal.

In order to quantify just how big of a deal it is, we need to take a peek at the numbers. Here are all of the applicable numbers we found related to Allianz Field:

1 — red seat in the stadium

13 — number of restrooms on the concourse level

17 feet — distance from closest seat to the pitch

20 months — construction timeframe

36 seconds — how long it takes to watch this time lapse of construction:

61 — sections of seating on two levels

96 — number of taps in the Brew Hall

125 feet — distance from farthest seat to pitch

192 — number of trees planted around exterior

1,700 number of LED lights in exterior

2,552 square feet — size of main digital scoreboard

2,920 — safe-standing supporters section capacity

19,400 — stadium capacity

88,000 square feet — amount of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) fabric around exterior

346,000 square feet — of space in stadium

650,000 — hours logged by 2,020 on-site workers

$46 million — wages paid in construction

$250 million — cost to build (privately funded)

#1 — Allianz Field’s consensus rank out of all North American soccer stadiums