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Major League Soccer Attendance

Major League Soccer is the premier professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. Competition began in 1996, the 2016 season saw an average 21,692 spectators between the 20 teams, the highest average attendance in league history. MLS has the third-highest average attendance among all professional sports leagues with teams in the United States, ranking behind the National Football League and Major League Baseball but ahead of the National Basketball Association and National Hockey League. Among all North American professional sports leagues, MLS ranks fifth in average attendance per game behind the NFL and MLB as well as Liga MX and the Canadian Football League.

MLS attendance has grown since the early 2000s. The average attendance of 21,692 in 2016 was a 57% increase over the 13,756 average in 2000. The total attendance of 7,375,144 in 2016 is more than triple the 2,215,019 total of 2002.

Fans waving flags and unfurling a large green and blue tifo behind a goal.
The Seattle Sounders' average attendance consistently exceeds 40,000 fans.

2016 season

The following is a list of the average attendance for each of the twenty MLS teams at their regular-season games. It includes the team, the average attendance for the 2016 regular season and the 2015 regular season, the percentage change in attendance from season-to-season, the home venue, the home venue's capacity, and the percent of capacity.[1]

Team 2016
Attendance
2015
Attendance
Change Stadium Capacity
(Unrestricted)
Percent
(2016)
Seattle Sounders FC 42,636 44,247 -4% CenturyLink Field 39,115
(69,000)
109%
(62%)
Orlando City SC 31,324 32,847 -5% Camping World Stadium 19,500
(65,000)
161%
(48%)
New York City FC 27,196 29,016 -6% Yankee Stadium 27,470
(49,638)
99%
(55%)
Toronto FC 26,583 23,451 +13% BMO Field 30,226 88%
LA Galaxy 25,138 23,392 +7% StubHub Center 27,167 93%
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 22,330 20,507 +9% BC Place 22,120
(54,500)
101%
(41%)
Portland Timbers 21,144 21,144 0% Providence Park 21,144 100%
Montreal Impact 20,669 17,750 +16% Saputo Stadium 20,801 99%
New York Red Bulls 20,620 19,657 +5% Red Bull Arena 25,219 82%
New England Revolution 20,185 19,627 +3% Gillette Stadium 20,000
(66,829)
101%
(30%)
San Jose Earthquakes 19,930 20,979 -5% Avaya Stadium 18,000 111%
Real Salt Lake 19,759 20,160 -2% Rio Tinto Stadium 20,213 98%
Sporting Kansas City 19,597 19,687 -0.5% Children's Mercy Park 18,467 106%
Houston Dynamo 19,021 20,658 -8% BBVA Compass Stadium 22,039 86%
Philadelphia Union 17,519 17,451 0% PPL Park 18,500 95%
Columbus Crew 17,125 16,513 +4% Mapfre Stadium 20,145 85%
D.C. United 17,081 16,244 +5% RFK Stadium 20,000
(45,596)
85%
(37%)
Colorado Rapids 16,278 15,657 +4% Dick's Sporting Goods Park 18,061 90%
Chicago Fire 15,602 16,003 -3% Toyota Park 20,000 78%
FC Dallas 14,094 16,015 -12% Toyota Stadium 20,500 67%

Note: Some clubs have attendances over 100% capacity due to limited stadium capacity that is lifted during certain matches, when additional sections are opened. Other clubs use larger venues for certain matches that attract large attendances.

* Stadium capacity artificially reduced for soccer matches

Season averages

Season Total Gate Games Average Change High avg. Team Low avg. Team Ref
1996 2,785,001 160 17,406 -- 28,916 Los Angeles Galaxy 10,213 Colorado Rapids [2]
1997 2,339,019 160 14,619 -16.0% 21,423 New England Revolution 9,058 Kansas City Wizards [3]
1998 2,747,897 192 14,312 -2.1% 21,784 Los Angeles Galaxy 8,072 Kansas City Wizards [4]
1999 2,742,102 192 14,282 -0.2% 17,696 Columbus Crew 8,183 Kansas City Wizards [5]
2000 2,641,085 192 13,756 -3.7% 20,400 Los Angeles Galaxy 7,460 Miami Fusion [6]
2001 2,363,859 158 14,961 +8.8% 21,518 D.C. United 9,112 Kansas City Wizards [7]
2002 2,215,019 140 15,822 +5.8% 20,690 Colorado Rapids 11,150 San Jose Earthquakes [8]
2003 2,234,747 150 14,898 -5.8% 21,983 Los Angeles Galaxy 7,906 Dallas Burn [9]
2004 2,333,797 150 15,559 +4.4% 23,809 Los Angeles Galaxy 9,088 Dallas Burn [10]
2005 2,900,716 192 15,108 -2.9% 24,204 Los Angeles Galaxy 9,691 Kansas City Wizards [11]
2006 2,976,787 192 15,504 +2.6% 20,814 Los Angeles Galaxy 11,083 Kansas City Wizards [12]
2007 3,270,210 195 16,770 +8.2% 24,252 Los Angeles Galaxy 11,586 Kansas City Wizards [13]
2008 3,456,600 210 16,460 -1.8% 26,008 Los Angeles Galaxy 10,685 Kansas City Wizards
2009 3,608,325 225 16,037 -2.6% 30,942 Seattle Sounders FC 9,883 FC Dallas
2010 4,002,000 240 16,675 +4.0% 36,173 Seattle Sounders FC 9,659 San Jose Earthquakes
2011 5,468,951 306 17,872 +7.2% 38,496 Seattle Sounders FC 11,858 San Jose Earthquakes
2012 6,074,729 323 18,807 +5.2% 43,144 Seattle Sounders FC 13,056 Chivas USA
2013 6,010,384 323 18,608 -1.1% 44,038 Seattle Sounders FC 8,366 Chivas USA
2014 6,184,804 323 19,148 +2.9% 43,734 Seattle Sounders FC 7,063 Chivas USA
2015 7,326,899 340 21,574 +12.7% 44,247 Seattle Sounders FC 15,657 Colorado Rapids
2016 7,375,144 340 21,692 +0.5% 42,636 Seattle Sounders FC 14,094 FC Dallas
2017 8,270,187 374 22,113 +1.9% 48,200 Atlanta United FC 15,122 FC Dallas

Notes:

  • Green shading indicates record highs; red shading indicates record lows.
  • The drop in number of games and total gate from 2000 to 2002, and the corresponding increase in average attendance, is attributable to league contraction, when MLS folded the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny.
  • The attendance increase from 2006 to 2007 coincides with the arrival of David Beckham,[14] and the addition of an expansion franchise in Toronto.
  • The attendance increase from 2014 to 2015 coincides with the addition of expansion franchises in Orlando and New York City, the contraction of Chivas USA, and San Jose moving into a new stadium.

MLS attendance vs. other North American leagues

The following table compares the Major League Soccer regular season average attendance against the regular season average attendance for the other professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada that have average attendances of at least 10,000 spectators per game.

League Sport # Teams Season Average
attendance
Average vs.
prior season
Total
Attendance
Ref
National Football League American football 32 2016 69,325 +549 17,468,825 [15]
Major League Baseball Baseball 30 2016 30,168 -198 73,158,044 [16]
Canadian Football League Canadian football 9 2016 24,692 -46 2,000,010 [17]
Major League Soccer Soccer 22 2017 22,113 +421 8,270,187
National Basketball Association Basketball 30 2016-17 17,884 +20 21,972,129 [18]
National Hockey League Ice hockey 30 2016-17 17,501 +19 21,451,041 [19]

MLS attendance vs. other soccer leagues worldwide

Rank League Country Federation Season Teams Games Total
attendance
Average
attendance
Ref
1 Bundesliga Germany UEFA 2015-16 18 306 13,249,778 43,300 [20]
2 Premier League England / Wales UEFA 2015-16 20 380 13,851,829 36,452 [21]
3 La Liga Spain UEFA 2015-16 20 380 10,703,881 28,168 [22]
4 Liga MX Mexico CONCACAF 2015-16 18 306 8,506,812 25,557
5 Chinese Super League China AFC 2016 16 240 5,798,135 24,159 [24]
6 Serie A Italy UEFA 2015-16 20 380 8,604,537 22,199 [25]
7 Major League Soccer USA / Canada CONCACAF 2016 20 340 7,375,144 21,692
8 Ligue 1 France / Monaco UEFA 2015-16 20 380 7,970,815 20,976 [26]
9 Primera División Argentina CONMEBOL 2014 20 372 6,999,924 18,817
10 Eredivisie Netherlands UEFA 2015-16 18 306 5,940,000 18,744 [27]
11 J1 League Japan AFC 2015 18 306 5,452,311 17,818 [28][29]
12 2. Bundesliga Germany UEFA 2015-16 18 306 5,861,328 17,667 [30]

Historic average attendances

Season ATL CHI CHV COL CLB DAL DCU HOU LAG MIA MIN MTL NE NYC NYRB ORL PHI POR RSL SJ SEA KC TB TOR VAN
1996 10,213 18,950 16,011 15,262 28,916 19,205 23,898 17,232 12,878 11,679
1997 11,835 15,043 9,678 16,698 20,626 21,423 16,899 13,597 9,058 11,333
1998 17,886 14,812 12,274 10,947 16,007 21,784 10,284 19,187 16,519 13,653 8,072 10,312
1999 16,016 14,029 17,696 12,211 17,419 17,632 8,689 16,795 14,706 14,959 8,183 13,106
2000 13,387 12,580 15,451 13,102 18,580 20,400 7,460 15,463 17,621 12,460 9,112 9,452
2001 16,388 16,481 17,511 12,574 21,518 17,387 11,177 15,654 20,806 9,635 10,954 10,479
2002 12,922 20,690 17,429 13,122 16,519 19,047 16,927 18,155 11,150 12,255
2003 14,005 16,772 16,250 7,906 15,565 21,983 14,641 15,822 10,466 15,573
2004 17,153 14,195 16,872 9,008 17,232 23,809 12,226 17,195 13,001 14,816
2005 17,238 17,080 16,638 12,916 11,189 16,664 24,204 12,525 15,077 18,037 13,037 9,691
2006 14,111 19,840 12,056 13,294 14,982 18,251 18,935 20,814 11,786 14,570 16,366 11,083
2007 16,490 14,305 14,749 15,230 15,154 20,967 15,883 24,252 16,787 16,530 15,960 11,586 20,130
2008 17,034 15,114 13,659 14,662 13,024 19,835 16,939 26,009 17,580 15,928 16,179 13,856 10,686 20,120
2009 15,487 15,725 13,018 14,175 12,440 15,585 17,624 20,827 12,427 12,744 17,831 10,329 31,203 10,053 20,344
2010 15,814 14,576 14,329 14,642 10,815 14,532 17,310 21,437 12,987 18,441 19,254 17,095 9,659 36,173 10,287 20,453
2011 14,274 14,830 14,838 12,185 12,861 15,181 17,694 23,335 13,222 19,691 18,259 18,827 17,594 11,858 38,496 17,810 20,267 20,412
2012 16,409 13,056 15,175 14,397 14,199 13,846 21,015 23,136 22,772 14,001 18,281 18,053 20,438 19,087 13,293 43,144 19,404 18,155 19,475
2013 15,228 8,366 15,440 16,080 15,373 13,646 19,923 22,152 20,602 14,844 19,461 17,867 20,674 19,218 12,765 44,038 19,708 18,131 20,038
2014 16,076 7,063 15,082 16,881 16,816 17,030 20,117 21,258 17,421 16,681 19,421 17,631 20,806 20,351 14,947 43,734 20,003 22,086 20,408
2015 16,003 15,657 16,985 16,015 16,244 20,658 23,392 17,750 19,627 29,016 19,657 32,847 17,451 21,144 20,160 20,979 44,247 19,687 23,451 20,507
2016 15,602 16,278 17,125 14,094 17,081 19,021 25,138 20,669 20,185 27,196 20,620 31,324 17,519 21,144 19,759 19,930 42,636 19,597 26,538 22,330
2017 48,200 17,383 15,322 15,439 15,122 17,904 17,500 22,246 20,538 20,046 19,367 22,177 21,175 25,028 16,812 21,144 18,781 19,875 43,666 19,537 27,647 21,416

Notes:

  • Bold indicates franchise record high for season average attendance. Italics indicates defunct team.

Individual game highest attendance

Regular season

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Stadium Date Ref
1 Atlanta United FC 2-2 Toronto FC 71,874 Mercedes-Benz Stadium October 22, 2017 [31]
2 Atlanta United FC 3-3 Orlando City SC 70,425 Mercedes-Benz Stadium September 16, 2017 [32]
3 LA Galaxy 2-1 NY/NJ MetroStars 69,255 Rose Bowl April 13, 1996 [33][32]
4 Seattle Sounders FC 1-0 Portland Timbers 67,385 CenturyLink Field August 25, 2013 [34]
5 Seattle Sounders FC 3-0 Portland Timbers 66,452 CenturyLink Field October 7, 2012 [35]
6 New York Red Bulls 5-4 LA Galaxy 66,237 Giants Stadium August 18, 2007 [33][32]
7 Seattle Sounders FC 1-1 Los Angeles Galaxy 66,216 CenturyLink Field October 27, 2013 [36]
8 Seattle Sounders FC 2-1 Portland Timbers 64,358 CenturyLink Field August 30, 2015 [37]
9 Seattle Sounders FC 2-0 Portland Timbers 64,207 CenturyLink Field July 13, 2014 [33]
10 Seattle Sounders FC 2-1 San Jose Earthquakes 64,140 CenturyLink Field October 15, 2011 [33]
11 LA Galaxy 0-1 New England Revolution 62,703 Rose Bowl July 4, 1996 [33]
12 Orlando City SC 1-1 New York City FC 62,510 Camping World Stadium March 8, 2015 [38]
13 Colorado Rapids 3-2 Chicago Fire 61,202 Invesco Field at Mile High July 4, 2002 [33]
14 Seattle Sounders FC 4-0 LA Galaxy 60,908 CenturyLink Field August 5, 2012 [33]
15 Montreal Impact 1-1 LA Galaxy 60,860 Olympic Stadium May 12, 2012 [33]

MLS Cup playoffs

Rank Home team Score Away team Round Attendance Stadium Date Ref
1 Atlanta United FC 0-0
(1-3 pen.)
Columbus Crew Knockout Round 67,221 Mercedes-Benz Stadium October 26, 2017 [39]
2 New England Revolution 0-1 LA Galaxy Final 61,316 Gillette Stadium October 20, 2002 [33]
3 Montreal Impact 3-2 Toronto FC Conference Final 61,004 Olympic Stadium November 23, 2016 [40]
4 D.C. United 2-1 Colorado Rapids Final 57,431 RFK Memorial Stadium October 26, 1997 [33]
5 Chicago Fire 2-0 D.C. United Final 51,350 Rose Bowl October 25, 1998 [33]
6 Seattle Sounders FC 2-1 LA Galaxy Conference Final 46,758 CenturyLink Field November 30, 2014 [33]
7 Real Salt Lake 1-1
(5-4 pen.)
LA Galaxy Final 46,758 Qwest Field November 22, 2009 [33]
8 D.C. United 0-2 LA Galaxy Final 44,910 Foxboro Stadium November 21, 1999 [33]
9 Seattle Sounders FC 2-1 LA Galaxy Conference Final 44,575 CenturyLink Field November 18, 2012 [33]
10 Seattle Sounders FC 2-1 Colorado Rapids Conference Final 42,774 CenturyLink Field November 22, 2016 [33]

Doubleheader games highest attendance

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date Source Doubleheader with
1 Chivas USA 1-1 New England Revolution 92,650 August 6, 2006 (2006-08-06) [33] FC Barcelona vs. C.D. Guadalajara.[41]
2 Los Angeles Galaxy 2-2 Tampa Bay Mutiny 92,216 June 16, 1996 (1996-06-16) [33] United States vs. Mexico
3 Chivas USA 0-1 Los Angeles Galaxy 88,816 August 10, 2005 (2005-08-10) [33] C.D. Guadalajara vs. Club América.[42]
4 San Jose Clash 1-1 D.C. United 73,123 July 4, 1999 (1999-07-04) [33] USA women vs. Brazil women.[43]
5 Houston Dynamo 0-1 Los Angeles Galaxy 70,550 August 9, 2006 (2006-08-09) [33] FC Barcelona vs. Club América.[44]
6 San Jose Earthquakes 0-3 Columbus Crew 61,572 August 8, 2009 (2009-08-08) [33] FC Barcelona vs. C.D. Guadalajara.
7 New England Revolution 2-1 Tampa Bay Mutiny 57,407 April 20, 1997 (1997-04-20) [33] United States vs. Mexico.

MLS Attendance Rank By City / Metro Area

The table is sorted by MLS attendance rank, and then by MLS attendance.

Only attendances in MLS and the traditional major professional sports leagues of the U.S. and Canada are listed here. Many college football teams in MLS markets routinely outdraw MLS teams and even some or all other major professional teams.

City / Metro Area MLS
Attend
Rank
Higher Attendance MLS Attendance Lower Attendance
Orlando, FL 1st --- 25,028 City SC 17,753 Magic (NBA)
Vancouver, B.C. 1st --- 21,416 Whitecaps 21,055 BC Lions (CFL)
18,509 Canucks (NHL)
Portland, OR 1st --- 21,144 Timbers 19,317 Trail Blazers (NBA)
Atlanta, GA 2nd 69,999 Falcons (NFL) 48,200 Atlanta United 30,929 Braves (MLB)
15,958 Hawks (NBA)
Seattle, WA 2nd 69,073 Seahawks (NFL) 43,666 Sounders 26,363 Mariners (MLB)
Toronto, Ontario 2nd 39,554 Blue Jays (MLB) 27,647 Toronto FC 19,830 Raptors (NBA)
19,744 Maple Leafs (NHL)
16,380 Argonauts (CFL)
Salt Lake City, UT 2nd 19,673 Jazz (NBA) 18,781 Real Salt Lake --
Columbus, OH 2nd 15,857 Blue Jackets (NHL) 15,439 Crew --
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 3rd 66,786 Vikings (NFL)
25,640 Twins (MLB)
20,538 MN United 19,070 Wild (NHL)
14,809 Timberwolves (NBA)
Montreal, Quebec 3rd 21,288 Canadiens (NHL)
20,377 Alouettes (CFL)
20,046 Impact --
Kansas City, MO/KS 3rd 73,328 Chiefs (NFL)
27,754 Royals (MLB)
19,537 Sporting --
Boston, MA 3rd 66,829 Patriots (NFL)
36,020 Red Sox (MLB)
19,367 Revolution 18,553 Celtics (NBA)
17,565 Bruins (NHL)
Houston, TX 3rd 71,868 Texans (NFL)
29,674 Astros (MLB)
17,500 Dynamo 16,973 Rockets (NBA)
Denver, CO 3rd 76,774 Broncos (NFL)
36,464 Rockies (MLB)
15,322 Rapids 14,835 Avalanche (NHL)
14,770 Nuggets (NBA)
Los Angeles, CA 4th 57,024 Rams (NFL)
46,492 Dodgers (MLB)
37,278 Angels (MLB)
22,243 Galaxy 19,088 Clippers (NBA)
18,949 Lakers (NBA)
18,240 Kings (NHL)
15,942 Ducks (NHL)
San Francisco Bay Area, CA 4th 70,178 49ers (NFL)
54,584 Raiders (NFL)
40,785 Giants (MLB)
19,875 Earthquakes 19,596 Warriors (NBA)
18,446 Athletics (MLB)
17,508 Sharks (NHL)
Washington DC 4th 78,304 Redskins (NFL)
31,172 Nationals (MLB)
18,506 Capitals (NHL)
17,904 D.C. United 17,002 Wizards (NBA)
New York, NY 5th/
6th
78,789 Giants (NFL)
78,160 Jets (NFL)
39,835 Yankees (MLB)
30,757 Mets (MLB)
22,321 NYC FC
21,175 Red Bulls
19,774 Knicks (NBA)
18,020 Rangers (NHL)
15,429 Nets (NBA)
14,567 Devils (NHL)
13,101 Islanders (NHL)
Philadelphia, PA 5th 69,596 Eagles (NFL)
24,118 Phillies (MLB)
19,644 Flyers (NHL)
17,330 76ers (NBA)
16,827 Union --
Dallas, TX 5th 92,539 Cowboys (NFL)
30,960 Rangers (MLB)
19,789 Mavericks (NBA)
18,101 Stars (NHL)
15,122 FC Dallas --
Chicago, IL 6th 60,368 Bears (NFL)
39,500 Cubs (MLB)
21,751 Blackhawks (NHL)
21,680 Bulls (NBA)
20,626 White Sox (MLB)
15,694 Fire ---

MLS and MLB attendances are for their 2017 seasons. NFL and CFL attendances are for their 2016 seasons. NBA and NHL attendances are for their 2016-17 seasons.

See also

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