Minnesota United Opens 2021 Preseason
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Minnesota United today kicked off the 2021 MLS preseason with a return to full team training. The Loons look ahead to their fifth season in Major League Soccer after a successful and history-making 2020 campaign.
Minnesota has resumed training at the National Sports Center in Blaine, one week earlier than the league mandated start date, with the vast majority of first team players committed to arriving to the Twin Cities ahead of schedule to complete their mandated travel quarantine.
Additional information on upcoming preseason media availabilities will be provided at a later date.
MNUFC returns to the pitch for its fifth season in MLS. Follow Minnesota United's social channels and check our website at mnufc.com for regular updates on the club.
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