Minnesota Valkyrie

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Minnesota Valkyrie
Team logo
Established 2011
Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Home field Target Center
Head coach Tony Nguyen
Owner(s) Lingerie Football League, LLC
League Legends Football League
Division Western

Purple, gold, white

Website www.lflus.com/minnesotavalkyrie/

The Minnesota Valkyrie was a sports team that played in the Legends Football League (formerly the Lingerie Football League). Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the team played their home games at the Target Center. On March 23, 2011, it was announced that the LFL would add an expansion team to Minneapolis.[1] On April 4, 2011, the team was officially named Minnesota Valkyrie. The LFL announced that it would suspend operations of the American teams for the 2012–13 season. The LFL returned for summer 2013. Tony Nguyen was the head coach for the first season (2011–12). Benson Manento was the head coach in 2013. The team folded in December 2013.[2]

2011-2012 Schedule[edit]

Game Date Opponent Score Location Time Television Attendance Record
1 Friday, August 26 @ Green Bay 28-25 Resch Center 9pm CDT MTV2 1-0
2 Friday, October 14 Los Angeles 7-28 Target Center 9pm CDT MTV2 1-1
3 Saturday, November 19 Chicago 33-40 Target Center 8pm CST MTV2 1-2
4 Friday, January 6 @ Seattle 14-32[3] ShoWare Center 9pm PST MTV2 1-3

2013 Schedule[edit]

Game Date Opponent Score Location Time Television Attendance Record
1 Saturday, May 11 @ Green Bay 8-40 Resch Center 0-1
2 Saturday, July 6 @ Seattle 0-38 ShoWare Center 0-2
3 Friday, July 26 Chicago 12-25 Target Center 0-3
4 Friday, August 9 Los Angeles canceled
LFL lists as a Tie
Target Center 0-3-1


2011-2012 Minnesota Valkyrie

Running Backs


Offensive Linewomen

Defensive Linewomen


Defensive Backs


Roster updated 2011-10-12


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