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The Minnesota Vikings franchise has been consistent in being an elite team in their division, the Central division of the National Football Conference from 1970 to 2001 and the North division from 2002. It is only the Dallas Cowboys that can boast of having more playoff appearances than the Vikings within the same time frame. The franchise started in 1959 thanks to the businessmen where the franchise was awarded by the American Football League. However, early in 1960 these same people forfeited their membership in the AFL and then moved to National Football League. They were then given the 14th franchise and the team began playing in 1961. The maiden game of the Vikings was a thrashing of the Chicago Bears behind four touchdown passes from rookie QB Fran Tarkenton. He was also the first Vikings to be inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
When it comes to fan attendance during home games, the Vikings relatively enjoy as much as 85% attendance at the Metropolitan Stadium. The team has played here for two decades starting from 1961. The success of the team for last 20 years is attributed to the stone-faced Grant located at the sidelines of the Metropolitan Stadium. In this period, the Vikings had 11 divisional championships which they have captured in 13 seasons. They also had one NFL title before the merger of the NFL-AFL. In 1982, the Vikings moved to their current stadium, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. This stadium served as the arena for Super Bowl XXVI and supports a 63,000-seating capacity.
This metrodome is formally called the Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. This dome had served as the venue for other sporting events as well. It took $55 million to construct this stadium and it was completed and opened for business in April 1982. For the coming 2014 season, the Vikings will play at the TCF Bank Stadium for two seasons and will then move to the New Vikings Stadium in 2016.
The Vikings had 18 divisional championships, four conference titles and four appearances at the Super Bowl as of this date.