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Red Bulls draw a crowd in Texas
September 21st, 2010 11:52PM

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[MLS ATTENDANCE] The drawing power of the Red Bulls' DP stars was evident when FC Dallas drew, in a midweek game, its second largest crowd this season.

With Rafael Marquez and Thierry Henry coming to town last Thursday, FC Dallas drew 15,105 to its 2-2 tie with the New York Red Bulls.

Dallas, which has the third-lowest attendance average in the league, had a bigger crowd only once this season, on July 3 for a fireworks game against Kansas City (15,933).

Columbus also had its second largest crowd of the season while Colorado drew 3,000 more than its season average.

Los Angeles drew the best crowd in Week 25 (20,094). San Jose's Wednesday game against Philadelphia drew only 8,106.

MLS ATTENDANCE:

Club

Week 25
Home Game

2010 Home
Average

2009 Home
Average (Final)

Chicago
 -- 15,757 14,688
Chivas USA
 15,382 13,925 15,091
Colorado  16,314 13,046 12,330
Columbus
 17,144 14,597 14,446
D.C. United
 -- 14,271 16,088
FC Dallas
 15,105 11,169 12,440
Houston
 16,435 16,860 17,047
Kansas City
 -- 10,109 10,053
Los Angeles
 20,094 20,213 20,416
New England
 -- 12,070 13,731
New York
 -- 17,927 12,490
Philadelphia
 -- 19,896   --
Real Salt Lake
 14,440 16,760 16,375
San Jose
 8,106 9,569 14,114
Seattle
 -- 36,167 30,942
Toronto FC
 -- 20,665
20,344
Leaguewide
 15,378 16,574 16,037
35,953
20,672
18,379


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