There is another stadium in the US that has surprised many people with its unprecedented architectural coat. The impressive architecture of Minneapolis Stadium surprised many people.

U.S. Stadium Bank is a closed stadium located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Built on the old site of Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, the stadium was inaugurated in 2016. This stadium was also the site of the Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA) College baseball match season.

Located in downtown Minneapolis, Bank of America Stadium is home to the Minnesota Viking, a member of the National Football Federation (NFL). This is an interesting place that attracts a lot of eyes because of its unique, novel and impressive architecture.

It has a total area of ​​25 hectares and is also home to events such as concerts, conferences and high school and college sports training in the city.

Looking at a visualization, you can see that this stadium has the shape of a giant arrow. The tip is pointed, the base is concave, creating two bizarre side spikes. This is an impressive point from the first time seeing this stadium.

The whole stadium is made from concrete, plastic roof, galvanized metal cladding and tempered glass material is also fully utilized. This stadium is 22 to 29 meters high depending on the polygonal roof structure.

What is even more special is that the central roof of the stadium is covered with transparent plastic. This plastic is called ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE), the same resin used for the new US Embassy headquarters in London. It is completely specialized, heat-resistant, resistant to acids, rain, frost.

At night, when the stadium lights up, the polygonal faces of the stadium suddenly glow with two opposite, eye-catching tones of white and purple. Therefore, this stadium is not only outstanding by its exterior architecture but also by this wonderful lighting system.

The whole yard holds 66,200 people, and there is a 200-seat parking lot for the players only. This is considered one of the major stadiums in the United States.