Minnesota Twin Stars

Minnesota Twin Stars

Minnesota Twin Stars

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Minnesota Twin Stars is an American soccer team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Founded in 2005, the team plays in National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), a national amateur league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Midwest Division. Prior to the 2011 season the team was known as the St. Paul Twin Stars.

The team plays its home games at Augsburg Stadium on the campus of Augsburg College, where they have played since 2011. The team's colors are red, black, and white.

The Twinstars maintain a long-standing relationship with the Hmong community in Minnesota, along with the African community in suburbs such as Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. In the early stages of the team's history, the dominant ethnic group that played on Twinstars were Hmong, from Wisconsin and Minnesota.

The Twinstars have been Midwest division champions two times, runner-up's once, and National Championship runners-up once, in two appearances to the Final Four.

The competitive level of this squad has not been squandered in domestic leagues, and they have had several departures of promising players in Europe, including Jules Alex Nyom, Ansu Toure, and Greg Rosenthal.

History

The Twin Stars have competed for the Midwest title through its existence. Their first taste of success was the 2006 season, where one of their players, Igor Stosic, was named to the NPSL Midwest All-Star team. They followed up in the 2007 season, by having two of their players names on the All-Star team,...
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