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Galaxy still best draw; League scoring increase
April 23rd, 2008 6:45AM

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[MLS] The Los Angeles Galaxy, which has led the league in attendance in the previous five seasons and in eight of its first 12 seasons, is again the top crowd draw after one month of 2008 play. Leaguewide attendance (15,252) is slightly down from this point last season (15,487). 2007 leaguewide average attendance at season's end was 16,770. Goalscoring in 2008 is up significantly from last season at this point: 2.93 per game compared to 2.27 in 2007. The scoring per game average at the end of the 2007 season was 2.66.

TEAM (GAMES) AVERAGE ATTENDANCE
Los Angeles Galaxy (3) 23,609
Toronto FC (1) 20,219
Houston Dynamo (1) 20,102
San Jose Earthquakes (1) 20,038
Colorado Rapids (2) 16,816
D.C. United (2) 16,745
Real Salt Lake (2) 16,733
Chicago Fire (2) 16,337
New York Red Bulls (2) 14,583
FC Dallas (2) 14,552
Chivas USA (2) 13,744
New England (2) 9,713
Kansas City Wizards (4) 9,210
Columbus Crew (2) 6,922

Leaguewide (28) 15,252

GOALSCORING
TEAM goals scored per game
Columbus 2.00
FC Dallas 2.00
Chivas USA 1.75
Colorado 1.75
Chicago Fire 1.50
Los Angeles 1.50
Real Salt Lake 1.50
Kansas City 1.40
New England 1.40
D.C. United 1.25
Houston 1.25
Toronto FC 1.25
New York 1.00
San Jose 0.67

Leaguewide total goals per game average: 2.93

 



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