The MLS All-Star Game is heading for the Twin Cities.
Major League Soccer announced Tuesday that Minneapolis and Saint Paul will host the 2022 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target on Aug. 10, 2022, at Minnesota United's Allianz Field.
2022 MLS All-Star Week
The 2022 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target will be the culmination of a week-long series of events across Minneapolis and Saint Paul, including community initiatives, concerts, parties, the MLS All-Star Skills Challenge presented by AT&T 5G and more.
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The match will be hosted at the iconic, state-of-the-art Allianz Field in Saint Paul. The 19,400-seat soccer-specific stadium opened its doors in 2019 to international acclaim. The stadium has a natural grass pitch and was designed with the fan in mind. Features include a 360-degree overhanging roof structure, every seat is within 125 feet of the pitch, and the building includes a safe-standing, pyramid-shaped supporters' section for nearly 3,000 fans. The exterior of the building is made of a unique PTFE material with programmable lighting that allows endless color variations to enhance the stadium experience.
The uniqueness of the stadium and the associated experience for both players, clubs and fans has resulted in Allianz Field becoming a highly sought-after venue for international events, hosting a pair of Concacaf Gold Cup group stage matches in 2019 and an international friendly for the USWNT later that year. Allianz Field will host an additional friendly between the USWNT and South Korea later this fall.
All-Star Game hosts
- 1996: E. Rutherford, NJ - East 3, West 2
- 1997: E. Rutherford, NJ - East 5, West 4
- 1998: Orlando, FL - MLS USA 6, MLS World 1
- 1999: San Diego, CA - West 6, East 4
- 2000: Columbus, OH - East 9, West 4
- 2001: San Jose, CA - East 6, West 6
- 2002: Washington, DC - MLS 3, U.S. National Team 2
- 2003: Carson, CA - MLS 3, CD Guadalajara 1
- 2004: Washington, DC - East 3, West 2
- 2005: Columbus, OH - MLS 4, Fulham FC 1
- 2006: Bridgeview, IL - MLS 1, Chelsea FC 0
- 2007: Commerce City, CO - MLS 2, Celtic FC 0
- 2008: Toronto, Canada - MLS 3, West Ham United FC 2
- 2009: Sandy, UT - MLS 1, Everton FC 1 (Everton 4-3 pen)
- 2010: Houston, TX - Manchester United FC 5, MLS 2
- 2011: Harrison, NJ - Manchester United FC 4, MLS 0
- 2012: Chester, PA - MLS 3, Chelsea FC 2
- 2013: Kansas City, KC - AS Roma 3, MLS 1
- 2014: Portland, OR - MLS 2, Bayern Munich 1
- 2015: Commerce City, CO - MLS 2, Tottenham Hotspur 1
- 2016: San Jose, CA - Arsenal 2, MLS 1
- 2017: Chicago, IL - Real Madrid 1, MLS 1 (Real Madrid 4-2 pen)
- 2018: Atlanta, GA - Juventus 1, MLS 1 (Juventus 5-4 pen)
- 2019: Orlando, FL - Atlético Madrid 3, MLS 0
- 2021: Los Angeles, CA - MLS All-Stars 1, LIGA MX All-Stars 1 (MLS All-Stars 3-2 pen)