Zygi Wilf

Chairman & Co-Owner, Minnesota Vikings

Zygi Wilf is now in his 18th season as Owner/Chairman of the Minnesota Vikings, having first purchased the club together with his brother, Mark, in 2005. Two of the organization’s biggest achievements – opening U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016 and hosting Super Bowl LII in 2018 – have come under his leadership.

Along with his ownership of the Vikings, Wilf is a principal of Garden Homes, a nationwide leader in retail, commercial and private residential development. In 2021, Wilf became the lead investor and governor for Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando Pride of the National Woman’s Soccer League. He is a previous investor in the Nashville Soccer Club.

Wilf is the son of Holocaust survivors, emigrating with his parents from Europe to the United States in the early 1950s where they settled in New Jersey. He attended nearby Fairleigh Dickinson University, earning a bachelor's degree in economics and later graduated from New York Law School in Manhattan. Wilf, and wife, Audrey, have four children.