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Attendance dips around the league
May 20th, 2009 7AM
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[MLS STATS]After nine weeks of play, only one MLS club has an attendance average higher than its attendance average for the full 2008 season, and several have seen a major drop in crowds.

ATTENDANCE AVERAGE
Team2009(2008 full season)
1. Seattle29,536(expansion team)
2. Toronto FC20,151(20,120)
3. Los Angeles19,139(26,009)
4.Houston16,297(16,939)
5. Chivas USA14,833(15,114)
6. Real Salt Lake14,629(16,179)
7. D.C. United14,561(19,835)
8.Columbus13,263(14,622)
9.
Colorado11,037(13,659)
10.San Jose11,028(13,713)
11.Chicago10,998(17,034)
12.New York10,792(15,928)
13. New England10,368(17,580)
14. FC Dallas9,372(13,024)
15. Kansas City9,192(10,686)
Leaguewide: 14,839 (16,460)

 

Note: 2009 attendance through May 17.

 



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