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The Minnesota United FC are a North American Soccer League franchise who have come a long way since their inception in the year 2010. The team has gathered a roster that is expected to put them among the elite sides in the league. The team is showing a lot of positive signs and that bodes well for the future. So if you are a soccer fan, then book your Minnesota United FC tickets and watch your favorite team in action live.
The seeds for the formation of the Minnesota United FC were planted in the year 2009. That was the time when the Minnesota Thunder were the city's soccer team. They used to play their home games at the National Sports Center and were encountering financial troubles.
That forced the National Sports Center to take a decision of welcoming a new team to the arena. The new franchise would take Thunder's place. The Minnesota Thunder was still playing as an active soccer team but that wasn't to be the case for too long. The NSC conducted a pool to decide the name for the new team and came up with NSC Minnesota on 5th February 2010.
The NSC Minnesota took to the field for the first time on 11 April 2010 in a game against the Vancouver Whitecaps but ended up losing the encounter 2-0. However, it didn't take them too long to make their mark and the NSC Minnesota recorded their first win in their second game against the Carolina RailHawks. Daniel Wasson became the first goalscorer for them. They had a decent first season and reached as far as the quarterfinals stage of the playoffs and the second round of the Open Cup.
The ownership changed hands in 2011. The NSC sold the team to the North American Soccer League. They captured sixth spot at the end of the regular season and went on to win the playoffs in their first season as an NASL franchise.
A new name was given to the team in the year 2012 along with a brand new logo. The name was changed to the Minnesota Stars FC. The Stars once again came sixth in the regular season and went as far as the finals of the playoffs.
The league then found a new owner for the side and handed it over to Bill McGuire in November that year. As a result of new ownership, the name was changed to its current one, the Minnesota United FC. They went sixth in the spring half of the season and went two steps further to fourth in the fall. There wasn't to be a playoff appearance for them that season but they still managed to go to the second round of the Open Cup.
They look to be in good form this season which has raised expectations. It should be a really intriguing season and you can be a part of it by buying Minnesota United FC tickets and supporting the team live.