New details of Minnesota United’s under-construction $200m Allianz Field MLS stadium have been released with just a year to go before it opens.

The 19,400-capacity arena will play host to the football team and is due to be ready in spring 2018. The first steel beam was installed back in November.

A new video, which promotes premium seating options at Allianz Field, includes a look not only at three of the seating sections in the stadium but also exclusive clubs and other amenities for fans who sit in those respective sections.

Allianz Field will offer a “first-class match day experience” from next year, according to the club, with several tiers of premium seats:

Upper 90 Club: An area limited to 90 seats that will offer gourmet food, “top-shelf” beverages and “some of the most luxurious seating in the stadium.”

Field Club: Seats in the first six rows at midfield, located at pitch level, next to a players’ locker room, with a club room that players pass by.

Loge boxes: Semiprivate, open-air boxes with in-seat food and beverage service.

Minnesota will play at the 50,000-capacity TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota for the 2018 season.

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