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Crowd Count: Fire sets record at Toyota Park
by Paul Kennedy, August 19th, 2017 2:20PM
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TAGS:  mls, usl


The Chicago Fire drew a sellout crowd of 21,891, its largest ever at Toyota Park for an MLS regular-season game, for its 3-1 loss to Toronto FC.

-- Sporting Kansas City played before its 100th straight sellout crowd at Children's Mercy Park, drawing 19,869 fans for its 2-0 win over FC Dallas.

NWSL. The Portland Thorns drew the largest NWSL crowd of the season when 19,672 fans turned out for their 2-0 win over Houston. The Boston Breakers drew 4,321 fans, a sellout crowd, for their 2-1 loss to Orlando. It was their largest home crowd in five seasons in the NWSL.

USL. Orange County SC drew a sellout crowd of 4,963 for the official opening of Champions Soccer Stadium in Irvine on Friday night, a 1-1 tie with Phoenix.

Note: All times are ET.


40,312 Seattle-Minn. United (2-1)
25,527 Orlando City-Columbus (1-1)
22,415 New York City FC-New England (2-1)
21,891 Chicago-Toronto FC (1-3)
21,183 Vancouver vs. Houston (2-1)
21,144 Portland-NY Red Bulls (2-0)
19,869 Sporting KC-FC Dallas (2-0)
19,541 Montreal-Real Salt Lake (3-1)
18,000 San Jose-Philadelphia (2-2)
16,089 Colorado-D.C. United (0-1)

19,672 Portland-Houston (2-0)
Boston-Orlando (1-2)
3,530 North Carolina-Washington (2-0)
3,325 Sky Blue FC-Seattle (5-4)
3,314 Chicago-FC Kansas City (1-3)

11,569 Sacramento vs. Reno 1868 (1-2)
6,710 Tampa Bay-Ottawa (1-1)
5,059 Richmond Kickers-Toronto II (2-1)
4,963 Orange County SC-Phoenix (1-1)
4,703 Saint Louis FC-Pittsburgh (1-1)
4,578 OKC Energy FC-San Antonio FC (0-0)
4,437 Colorado Springs-LA Galaxy II (1-2)
3,147 Bethlehem Steel vs. Louisville City (1-3)
2,319 Rochester vs. Charleston (0-1)
1,467 Charlotte-Orlando City B (1-1)
936 Swope Park Rangers-Real Monarchs (2-2)
730 NY Red Bulls II-Cincinnati FC (4-0)
n/a Rio Grande Valley FC-Whitecaps 2 (1-1)

New York Cosmo-Indy Eleven (3-3)
3,414 FC Edmonton-Puerto Rico FC (1-3)
2,094 SF Deltas vs. North Carolina FC (1-1)
1,186 Jacksonville-Miami FC (0-1)

1 comment
  1. Craig Cummings
    commented on: August 21, 2017 at 10:10 p.m.
    NASL will be gone next year. Too bad, not my bad.

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