Ten smallest MLS regular-season crowds

[MAKING A LIST] Chivas USA's crowd of 3,702 for Wednesday's 2-0 loss to the Portland Timbers at StubHub Center set an MLS record for the smallest regular-season crowd in league history. The previous low was 3,805 fans for Colorado's 2006 match against Chicago at Mile High Stadium. The Rapids have drawn five of the 10 smallest crowds in MLS history.

Ten smallest MLS regular-season crowds:
ATT. MATCH (YEAR)
3,702 Chivas USA-Portland (2014)
3,805 Colorado-Chicago (2006)
4,120 Colorado-Dallas (1997)
4,130 Kansas City-Chicago (1998)
4,220 Colorado-Houston (2006)
4,286 Tampa Bay-Dallas (2001)
4,328 Colorado-FC Dallas (2006)
4,406 Kansas City-Los Angeles (1998)
4,420 Kansas City-Miami (2001)
4,434 Colorado-D.C. United (1997)
2 comments about "Ten smallest MLS regular-season crowds".
  1. Hector Alzando, May 30, 2014 at 10:33 a.m.

    Woof. The sale and rebrand can't happen soon enough.

  2. Glenn Maddock, May 31, 2014 at 5:58 p.m.

    MLS please get smart and move this club to a city that would actually support them. Yes rebrand, but in another city. LA has a great club already. San Diego, Sacramento, Las Vegas, St. Louis, San Antonio, would all be better.

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