The Minnesota Vikings, out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1960 and first took the field in 1961. Once a member of the NFL's Western Conference Central Division and NFC Central Division, Minnesota currently plays alongside the Packers, Lions, and Bears in the NFC North. Since the franchises beginnings, they have called Metropolitan Stadium and the H.H.H. Metrodome their home. The Vikings are currently building a new stadium for the 2016 season and until then are playing at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium.
Since their debut in 1961, the Vikings have had one of the highest winning percentages in the NFL. Minnesota is also only one of six teams in NFL history to win at least 15 games during regular season play. Since the AFL-NFL merger, the Vikings have played in the NFL Playoffs 25 times, which is the third-most in the league. Minnesota has won four NFC Conference titles and currently boasts 12 members in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Some of the greatest players in NFL history have made their legacies in Minnesota, from legendary quarterback Fran Tarkenton to current wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
Our selection of Minnesota Vikings memorabilia boasts an assortment of autographed helmets, footballs, jerseys, photos, and more signed by the greatest football players that call Minnesota home. All signed items within our selection of Minnesota Vikings collectibles are 100% authentic and backed by our SportsMemorabilia.com lifetime authenticity guarantee. All football lovers will cherish our incredibly rare pieces available to show off in all memorabilia collections, like authentic Randy Moss signed mini helmets and Cris Carter autographed photos
- Super Bowl Wins: None
- Retired Numbers: Fran Tarkenton (10), Mick Tingelhoff (53), Jim Marshall (70), Korey Stringer (77), Cris Carter (80), Alan Page (88)
- Current Stars: Stefon Diggs, Cordarrelle Patterson, Trae Waynes
Most popular Minnesota Vikings players: Teddy Bridgewater
, Adrian Peterson
, Purple People Eaters
, Kyle Rudolph