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In March 2013, the club renamed again, this time to ''Minnesota United FC''.[http://www.mnunitedfc.com/news/detail/uuid/1q4gmhinf8nia19ozhga21gp06/minnesota-stars-fc-rebrands#.VBmhvflSpS0]
 
In March 2013, the club renamed again, this time to ''Minnesota United FC''.[http://www.mnunitedfc.com/news/detail/uuid/1q4gmhinf8nia19ozhga21gp06/minnesota-stars-fc-rebrands#.VBmhvflSpS0]
 
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Contents

NSC Minnesota Stars logo Minnesota Stars FC logo Minnesota United FC logo
2010–2012 2012–2013 2013–present

NSC Minnesota StarsEdit

2010–2012Edit

NSC Minnesota Stars logo

Minnesota Stars FCEdit

2012–2013Edit

Minnesota Stars FC logo

The club rebranded to Minnesota Stars FC in January 2012, with a new logo.[1]

Minnesota United FCEdit

2013–presentEdit

Minnesota United FC logo

In March 2013, the club renamed again, this time to Minnesota United FC.[2]

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