New Pictures of a Nearly-Complete US Bank Stadium

The Minnesota Vikings are 73 days away from the ribbon-cutting on their new stadium, and 85 days from the first event — an international soccer game between Chelsea and A.C. Milan. With most of the exterior work done, most efforts are now focused on the inside of the stadium, primarily the concourses and the field itself. Tuesday, the Vikings invited reporters inside the new palace to check out the progress.

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