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MSC installs natural turf at new Allianz Field

A professional, outdoor soccer field has arrived to St. Paul! Minnesota Sodding Company was proud to be part of building the new Allianz Field. Go Loons.

MSC assists Bush Turf in transforming Comerica Park

The Detroit Tigers’ Comerica Park suffered major turf damage in the outfield from hosting a Metallica concert over the All-Star break. In addition, the field needed to be converted into a soccer stadium to host the International Champions Cup between AS Roma and Paris Saint-Germain. MSC assisted Bush Turf in making this transformation a reality. Check out the article and video from WDIV for more information! Photo by Kurt Nagl/Crain’s Detroit Business.

MSC lays new turf at the Detroit Lion's Practice Field

Are you ready for some football? Minnesota Sodding Company helped renovate the Detroit Lions’ Allen Park practice field for their upcoming season. 

Thanks to the Fields INC and the Detroit Linons for letting us be a part of it!

MSC helps with U.S. Bank Stadium's debut

Minnesota Sodding Company was part of U.S. Bank Stadium’s first major event: an International Champions Cup matchup between elite European soccer clubs Chelsea and AC Milan. MSC was contracted by Bush Sports Turf to ensure the three-day install would provide an excellent playing surface for these top athletes.

Check the articles from Star Tribune and MPR News for more information. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Flores, Star Tribune.

MSC assists with the final touches on the U.S. Bank Stadium

Minnesota Sodding Company helps put the final touches on the exterior of the new stadium. MSC was contracted by Arteka to put the seed and sod around the stadium to add lots of “green” around the awsome venue.

MSC is happy to be part of the team’s inaugural season at their new home. Go Vikings! 

MSC works alongside the Minnesota Twins in rebuilding a Little League field after fire

Minnesota Sodding Company, along with the Minnesota Twins grounds crew, helped get Tink Larson Field in Waseca, MN back in order before the Bluejays first baseball game after a devastating fire earlier this spring.

Check out the articles from WCCO News for more information. Photos courtesy of CBS.

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