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Mexico and Sounders top U.S. crowd charts
by Paul Kennedy, June 4th, 2014 4:42PM

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[CROWD COUNT] Mexico drew a crowd of 60,707 at Chicago's Soldier Field for its match against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Tuesday night. The five biggest U.S. soccer crowds of the year all involve El Tri. The next five are Seattle Sounders' MLS matches.

Note: As of June 3.

Largest U.S. Soccer Crowds (2014):
ATT. MATCH (DATE)
84,876 Mexico-Ecuador, friendly (May 31 in Arlington, Texas)
68,212 Mexico-Nigeria, friendly (March 5 in Atlanta)
62,462 USA-Mexico, friendly (April 2 in Glendale, Ariz.)
60,707 Mexico-Bosnia-Herzegovina, friendly (June 3 in Chicago)
53,407 Mexico-South Korea, friendly (Jan. 29 in San Antonio, Texas)
49,746 Seattle Sounders-San Jose Earthquakes, MLS (May 17)
39,245 Seattle Sounders-Real Salt Lake, MLS (May 31)
39,240 Seattle Sounders-Sporting KC, MLS (March 8)
38,582 Seattle Sounders-Colorado Rapids, MLS (April 26)
38,516 Seattle Sounders-Philadelphia Union, MLS (May 3)


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