Attendance Update

LA Galaxy 24,437
Toronto FC 19,874
DC United 16,903
Houston 16,137
Real Salt Lake 15,949
Chivas USA 15,340
FC Dallas 15,082
Colorado 14,568
New England 13,616
Chicago 13,058
Columbus 12,989
New York 9,765
Kansas City 8,335

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4 Responses to Attendance Update

  1. Ivan says:

    Very disappointing from Chicago Fire fans-with the new stadium and I thought they had a solid fan base. KC-what else is to be said…a disaster…
    Toronto FC will be a hit for the league for years to come.
    New York is the other big disappointment considering their excellent start to the season and purchase of Reina and Angel.
    Solid fan base in Houston and DC-no surprises there, despite the rocky start of the season for both.

  2. Ivan says:

    Very disappointing from Chicago Fire fans-with the new stadium and I thought they had a solid fan base. KC-what else is to be said…a disaster…
    Toronto FC will be a hit for the league for years to come.
    New York is the other big disappointment considering their excellent start to the season and purchase of Reina and Angel.
    Solid fan base in Houston and DC-no surprises there, despite the rocky start of the season for both.

  3. Jackie says:

    I'm curious– where are you finding the attendance numbers? I've been looking online and can't find them anywhere. If you could email me regarding this at jfriedman@buffnews.com I'd really appreciate it. Thanks

  4. Jackie says:

    I’m curious– where are you finding the attendance numbers? I’ve been looking online and can’t find them anywhere. If you could email me regarding this at jfriedman@buffnews.com I’d really appreciate it. Thanks

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