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Los Angeles tops in attendance again
October 28th, 2008 7AM
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[MLS: BY THE NUMBERS]The Los Angeles Galaxy averaged a league-high attendance of 26,009, leading the league for the sixth straight year and for the ninth time in the league's 13-year history. The top three drawing clubs in 2008 did not make the playoffs.

MLS ATTENDANCE AVERAGE, 2008 Regular Season
1 Los Angeles 26,009
2Toronto FC 20,103
3D.C. United 19,835
4New England 17,580
5Chicago 17,034
6Houston 16,939
7Real Salt Lake 16,179
8New York 15,928
9Chivas USA 15,114
10Columbus 14,622
11San Jose 13,713
12Colorado 13,659
13FC Dallas 13,024
14.Kansas City 10,686
Leaguewide:16,459



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