Minnesota United's Standings
Below you will find Minnesota's current MLS standings, updated after every matchday. You can toggle home and away fixtures, review offensive production, view defensive statistics and even check out how the team's first and second half performances differ. There is a wealth of information available to you right here.
Bet On Minnesota United's Games
Minnesota United was the 22nd side to join the MLS when they entered the league in 2017. The club was elevated from the North American Soccer League and has already established itself as a solid outfit, making it past the second round of the US Open Cup in 2014-2016.
United's chances of winning the MLS Cup in their first few seasons may be slim, however, they should look to follow the lead of the Houston Dynamo. The Texan outfit won the Cup in their first two seasons in the competition and won the Supporters' Shield on their third attempt. The big betting companies are offering crazy odds on Minnesota to experience success, so why not have a go? You never know who will turn out to be the next Leicester City.
Minnesota's matches will be interesting to follow over the course of the next few seasons, and bookmakers will have limited statistics to aid them in choosing odds. Wise punters will analyze their fixtures carefully to pick up early trends and try to get one step ahead of the game. There is always a big opportunity when new sides join an established competition.
The great news is that there are always hundreds of different betting options available every matchday, so if you have done your analysis and chosen your sources wisely, you're likely in for a winning weekend!
How Many Titles for Minnesota United
Playing at the Allianz Field, Minnesota United Football Club, or "The Loons" are certainly when of the better new teams in the league. Since joining the league 6 years ago, MNUFC's best finish came 7th in 2019. Other than that they've struggled quite a lot.
While Minnesota is still very much in the development stage, there is work to be done. We can expect all the teams in the league to find their feet more in the coming years, as the league grows and each state gets their own team.