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Toronto draws big any day of the week
April 28th, 2009 7AM

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[MLS] Toronto drew 19,915 fans for last Wednesday's 1-0 win over Chivas USA and 20,056 for 1-0 win over Kansas City on Sunday. Only league newcomers Seattle Sounders are drawing better, with an average of nearly 30,000 after 28,838 attended their fourth home game, a 2-0 win over San Jose on Saturday.

TEAM ATTENDANCE AVERAGE
1 Seattle 29,664
2 Toronto FC 20,225
3 Los Angeles 19,346
4 Houston 16,085
5 Chivas USA 14,839
6 D.C. United 14,310
7 Columbus Crew 12,926
8 Real Salt Lake 12,550
9 Colorado 12,033
10 New England 11,314
11 San Jose 11,273
12 Chicago 11,208
13 New York 10,424
14 FC Dallas 9,747
15 Kansas City 9,231
Leaguewide average 15,015

 



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