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How much did Allianz Field cost? How big is it? Here are the numbers on St. Paul’s new stadium.

A worker puts the finishing touches on the northern facade of Allianz Field in St. Paul on Tuesday, April 10, 2019. Robb Jeffries / Forum News Service

ST. PAUL -- It’s the day many professional soccer fans have been waiting for, Minnesota United will open its striking new stadium Allianz Field on April 13. As that day nears, here are a few key facts about the stadium.

$250 million

Total cost to build Allianz Field.

100

Percent of building cost privately funded.

$20 million

Public funds used for infrastructure such as storm-water management.

346,000

Square feet of built space.

19,400

Seating capacity.

700

Additional standing-room-only tickets able to be offered.

120 x 75

Area of playing field in yards.

Design features

88,000

Square feet of protective translucent stadium skin.

1,700

Colored LED lights embedded into exterior.

22 X 116

Size of stadium video board in feet.

34

Degrees of seating incline behind south net, one of sport’s steepest.

28,000

Square-feet of year-round green space in public lawn.

2 million

Projected gallons of rainwater to be recycled each year.

35

Acres of “SuperBlock” area around the stadium.

12

“SuperBlock” acres ready to be developed.

Fan experience

15

Feet from first row to field.

125

Feet from back row to field.

17

Types of seat and service offerings.

4

Premium hospitality clubs.

2,300

Square-foot retail store.

96

Beers on tap in Brew Hall.

400

Bike parking spaces.

$360

Season ticket price.

14,500

Current season ticket holders.

Soccer

April 13

Opener against New York City FC.

17

Regular season MLS games to be played.

27

Players on the Minnesota United roster.

$1.65 million

Annual salary of Darwin Quintero, the Loons’ highest paid player.

26.6

Average age of a Minnesota United player.

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