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Seattle sets MLS attendance record
October 26th, 2009 7AM
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[MLS] 2009 expansion club Seattle drew 33,108 fans to its final regular-season game, a 2-1 win over FC Dallas, and ends the season with a league record 30,943 home attendance average. For a history of attendance leaders and this season's team-by-team averages. ...

TOP 10 ATTENDANCE AVERAGES
2009 Seattle Sounders: 30,943
1996 Los Angeles: 28,916
2008 Los Angeles: 26,009
2007 Los Angeles: 24,252
2005 Los Angeles: 24,204
1996 MetroStars: 23,898
2004 Los Angeles: 23,809
1997 New England: 21,423
1998 Los Angeles: 21,784
2001 D.C. United: 21,518

2009 MLS ATTENDANCE AVERAGES
1 Seattle 30,897
2 Los Angeles 20,416
3 Toronto 20,344
4 Houston 17,047
5 Real Salt Lake 16,375
6 D.C. United 16,088
7 Chivas USA 15,092
8 Chicago 14,689
9 Columbus 14,447
10 San Jose 14,114
11 New England 13,732
12 New York 12,491
13 FC Dallas 12,441
14 Colorado 12,331
15 Kansas City 10,053
Leaguewide average: 16,037

 



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