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Gold Cup attendance average up by 11,000
June 27th, 2007 8:49AM

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The attendance average for the 2007 Gold Cup's 13 game days was 37,598, an increase of more than 11,000 from the previous championship tournament of North and Central America and the Caribbean. The 2007 attendance average was the highest since 1993, when the USA co-hosted the tournament with Mexico. The 2005 was also co-hosted; the USA was lone host for the other seven Gold Cups. For Gold Cup attendance history:


Year (Match Dates) Total Attendance (Average) Host cities
1991 (7) 160,629 (22,947) Los Angeles, Pasadena
1993 (9) 527,566 (58,618) Dallas, Mexico City
1996 (10) 321,174 (32,117) Anaheim, San Diego, Los Angeles
1998 (11) 362,585 (32,962) Oakland, Miami, Los Angeles
2000 (11) 265,901 (24,173) San Diego, Miami, Los Angeles
2002 (10) 184,979 (18,498) Pasadena, Miami
2003 (16) 382,128 (23,883) Foxboro, Miami, Mexico City
2005 (13) 340,129 (26,164) Carson, East Rutherford, Foxboro, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Seattle
2007 (13) 488,772 (37,598) Carson, East Rutherford, Foxboro, Miami, Houston, Chicago



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