Minneapolis Is Reportedly A Finalist To Host WWE WrestleMania 41

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The city of Minneapolis is considered a finalist to host WrestleMania 41 in 2025, according to a new report.

Since 2007, WWE has been doing stadium shows for WrestleMania. The last arena that hosted the event was Chicago’s Allstate Arena at WM22 in 2006. One year later, Detroit’s Ford Field (the site of this year’s SummerSlam) hosted WrestleMania 23, and ever since then, WWE has gone with stadiums as the host.

For the last four WrestleMania events, WWE has made their biggest show of the year a two-night event. That includes this year’s WrestleMania 39 Premium Live at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, which was a huge success both as a show and in terms of attendance with over 160,000 fans in attendance when you combine both nights.

It is being reported by Patrick Kessler of KFAN Sports Radio in Minneapolis that the home of the NFL’s Vikings is considered a finalist to host WrestleMania 41 in 2025.

The Minnesota Vikings play their NFL games at US Bank Stadium, which opened in 2016 and seats about 73,000 people for NFL games. Most NFL stadiums hold over 60,000 people with many of them going over 70,000 people at times. If you’re wondering about the cold or possibly bad weather, the good news is they have a roof.

While Minneapolis may be a WrestleMania contender, there could be other cities in the running as well.

In July 2022, WWE announced that Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field will host WrestleMania 40 on April 6th and April 7th, 2024.

An exterior shot of the beautiful US Bank Stadium can be seen below.