Crowd count: FC Cincinnati breaks USL record, again

For the second time in a month, FC Cincinnati set a USL regular-season attendance, drawing 23,375 fans for its 1-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds at the University of Cincinnati's Nippert Stadium.

Saturday's crowd was also larger than the crowd for all but one MLS game, the Toronto-Vancouver Whitecaps match that drew 24,748 fans at BMO Field.

FC Cincinnati broke its own USL attendance record of 20,497, set April 16 when it hosted Louisville City FC. Saturday's crowd also broke the overall USL attendance record of 20,886 for the 2013 final between Orlando City and the Charlotte Eagles.

Largest USL Crowds:
23,375 FC Cincinnati-Pittsburgh Riverhounds (2016)
20,886 *Orlando City-Charlotte Eagles (2013)
20,497 FC Cincinnati-Louisville City (2016)
20,231 Sac Republic FC-Harrisburg (2014)
20,231 Sac Republic-LA Galaxy II (2014)
20,231 Sac Republic-Arizona United (2014)
17,414 Sac Republic-Orange County Blues (2014)
14,658 FC Cincinnati-Charlotte Independence (2016)
13,979 Real Monarchs-Seattle Sounders 2 (2015)

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1 comment about "Crowd count: FC Cincinnati breaks USL record, again".
  1. Doug Wiggins, May 17, 2016 at 3:58 a.m.

    Music to my ears...Go Cincinnati .. Go USL...Who said that we don't have enough Home-Grown talent in the USA? (No excuses Klinsman!)

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