Major League Soccer and Minnesota United FC announced today the MLS All Star Game will come to Allianz Field in 2022
Some big things are happening in the MNUFC camp
Putting teams in a bubble is one thing, but attempting to do it in 26 markets in two countries is another ballgame.
Both the Loons and ‘Mingos were expected to host German side FC Augsburg later this month, but those plans have been delayed indefinitely.
The Blood Drive will be the first event held at Allianz Field since the MLS season was postponed.
The ‘Mingos hope the partnership is another step towards securing a USL League One championship title.
The Loons are guaranteed at least one home match in the Leagues Cup and for the fourth straight year MNUFC partners with FSNorth for their local broadcasts
With previous MLS experience, Schoenfeld will give extra strength and depth to the forward position.
An update on MNUFC-related moves
Edwards is out to prove himself after an injury plagued stint at Chicago
The new CBA will run until five full seasons from 2020 to 2024
Signed as the clubs second ever DP, Rodriguez has been bought out from his contract and will join Deportivo Cali in Columbia on transfer.
MNUFC has picked up the former Louisville City and Orlando City keeper in the 2019 MLS Waivers Draft.
The former Des Moines Menace head coach and MNUFC assistant has been named head coach of USL Championship side OKC Energy