Crowd Count: Seattle draws 64,358 fans, tops in MLS

The crowd of 64,358 for Sunday's Seattle-Portland match at CenturyLink Field was the largest of the 2015 MLS season. The Sounders have now drawn nine of the 13 MLS crowds of 40,000 or more this season. The game was also the 14th game of the year on U.S. soil to draw a crowd in excess of 60,000. For the top 10 MLS crowds in 2015.

Top MLS Crowds (2015)
ATT. MATCH
64,358 (1) Seattle Sounders-Portland Timbers
62,510 (2) Orlando City-New York City
53,125 (3) Seattle Sounders-Vancouver Whitecaps
50,422 (4) San Jose Earthquakes-LA Galaxy
48,047 (5) New York City-NY Red Bulls
43,507 (6) New York City-New England Revolution
41,451 (7) Seattle Sounders-Portland Timbers
41,108 (8) Seattle Sounders-FC Dallas
40,653 (9) Seattle Sounders-Sporting KC
40,452 (10) Seattle Sounders-Orlando City
40,410 (11) Seattle Sounders-D.C. United
40,403 (12) Seattle Sounders-Colorado Rapids
40,194 (13) Seattle Sounders-NY Red Bulls

Top U.S. Soccer Crowds (2015)
ATT. MATCH (COMPETITION), CITY
93,226 (1) LA Galaxy-Barcelona
(ICC), Pasadena, Calif.
88,409 (2) Mexico-Ecuador
(friendly), Los Angeles, Calif.
78,914 (3) Barcelona-Chelsea
(ICC), Landover, Md.
74,187
(4) Mexico-Costa Rica (Gold Cup), East Rutherford, N.J.
70,511 (5) Mexico-Panama//USA-Jamaica (Gold Cup), Atlanta
70,128 (6) Mexico-Honduras (friendly), Houston
68,930 (7) Mexico-Jamaica
(Gold Cup), Philadelphia
68,416 (8) Man. United-Barcelona (ICC), Santa Clara, Calif.
64,369 (9) USA-Mexico (friendly), San Antonio, Texas
64,358 (10) Seattle Sounders-Portland Timbers
(MLS)
62,910 (11) Mexico-Guatemala (Gold Cup), Glendale, Ariz.
62,510 (12) Orlando City-New York City (MLS)
61,351 (13) Man. United-Paris SG
(ICC), Chicago, Ill.
61,224 (14) Paris SG-Chelsea (ICC), Charlotte, N.C.
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2 comments about "Crowd Count: Seattle draws 64,358 fans, tops in MLS".
  1. Santiago 1314, August 31, 2015 at 12:16 a.m.

    Make sure that FiFa Mafia gets the word..No women and No "Ethnics" involved..

  2. Scott Johnson, August 31, 2015 at 1:28 a.m.

    Uh, it was Seattle-Portland, not Seattle-Vancouver.

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