Crowd Count: Largest Memorial Day weekend crowds

The Mexico-Paraguay friendly at Atlanta's Georgia Dome drew 63,049 fans, the largest soccer crowd on Memorial Day weekend. The top 10 U.S. crowds included six MLS games, two Copa America warmups and one game each in the NWSL and USL.

Largest U.S. Memorial Day Weekend Crowds:
ATT. MATCH (VENUE)
63,049 Mexico-Paraguay (Int'l Friendly, in Atlanta)
25,039 New York City FC-Orlando City (MLS)
21,456 New England Revolution-Seattle Sounders (MLS)
20,324 NY Red Bulls-Toronto FC (MLS)
20,107 Colombia-Haiti (Int'l Friendly, in Miami)
19,118 Sporting KC-D.C. United (MLS)
18,114 Portland Thorns-Seattle Reign (NWSL)
18,015 Colorado Rapids-Philadelphia Union (MLS)
18,000 San Jose Earthquakes-FC Dallas (MLS)
16,097 FC Cincinnati-Harrisburg City Islanders (USL)

Of the six Copa Centenario warmup games played so far in the United States, the two that had the smallest crowds involved the USA. 

U.S. Copa Centenario Warm-up Crowds
ATT. MATCH (VENUE)
63,049 
Mexico 1 Paraguay 0 (in Atlanta)
20,107 Colombia 3 Haiti 1 (in Miami)
13,679 Peru 3 El Salvador 1 (in Washington, D.C.)
11,000 Brazil 2 Panama 0 (in Commerce City, Colorado)
9,893 USA 1 Ecuador 0 (in Frisco, Texas)
8,894 USA 4 Bolivia 0 (in Kansas City, Kansas)
Wednesday: Guatemala vs. Venezuela (in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)
Wednesday: Mexico vs. Chile (in San Diego)

1 comment about "Crowd Count: Largest Memorial Day weekend crowds".
  1. John Soares, May 30, 2016 at 2:24 p.m.

    The two lowest crowds involved the USA. Would someone else fill in the commentary on those cities.

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