Minnesota United announced a partnership with Bell Bank this week. The 10-year deal includes naming the southwest gate at Allianz Field as Bell Bank. Bell Bank will also sponsor the Man of the Match for each home and away game and will donate $1,000 to the award winner’s charity of choice. Bell Bank donated $10,000 to Matt Lampson’s LampStrong Foundation to start off the program.
MNUFC has also partnered with Oak View Group to represent the club across the country and help find the right corporate partners as the club continues to grow. Oak View Group works in both the sports and live entertainment industries specializing in business development, facilities management, media, marketing, and sponsorship management.
MNUFC has reached its 14,500 season ticket holder cap for 2018 this week, with the exception of a few supporters section season tickets still available. The club has started a waiting list for the 2019 season. Fans interested in joining the 2019 season ticket waiting list will have to purchase a 10+ match mini plan or a 5+ match mini plan.
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