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Eventually, the capacity of Met Stadium was increased to 47,900.The search for the first head coach saw the team court then-Northwestern University head coach Ara Parseghian, who, according to Minneapolis Star writer Jim Klobuchar—the Vikings' first beat reporter for that newspaper—visited team management in the Twin Cities under the condition that his visit was to be kept secret from his current employer.

As a new franchise, the Vikings had the first overall selection in the 1961 NFL Draft, and they picked running back Tommy Mason of Tulane.Ridder Jr., reneged on its agreement with the AFL and then was awarded the National Football League's 14th franchise, with play to begin in 1961.From the team's first season in 1961 to 1981, the team called Metropolitan Stadium in suburban Bloomington home.The Vikings conducted summer training camp at Bemidji State University from 1961 to 1965.In 1966, the team moved to their training camp to Minnesota State University in Mankato.