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Home to the Minnesota Gophers, TCF Bank Stadium boasts the largest home locker room in college or professional football and one of the largest video boards in the nation.
Standard Seating Capacity: 50,805
Originally opened in 1928, "The Barn" has undergone major renovations, making the arena not just one of the oldest and traditional buildings in the country, but one of the most complete and cutting-edge.
Standard Seating Capacity: 14,625
Nineteen years after the new Mariucci Arena first graced the campus of the University of Minnesota, fans and players alike still are amazed by the breathtaking beauty of a sold-out Mariucci and the atmosphere it provides.
Standard Seating Capacity: 10,000
Ridder Arena was the site of the 2010 and 2013 NCAA Women's Frozen Fours. It's the first facility dedicated solely to women's ice hockey and seats 3,400, including a club room with 210 seats and nine suites with seating for 14 apiece.
Standard Seating Capacity: 3,400
The University Aquatic Center, located east of Cooke Hall on the Minneapolis campus, was built in 1990. It was fashioned to meet or exceed Olympic standards so that it could host major swimming and diving events.
Standard Seating Capacity: 2,546
Baseline Tennis Center is the home of the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Tennis Teams and is the premier public tennis center in the Twin Cities.