Crowd Count: Mexico is top Copa Centenario draw

Not unexpectedly, Mexico was the top draw at the Copa Centenario for the group stage, averaging 70,202 fans a game.

Even though Lionel Messi sat out the first game and only played in the second half of the next two, Argentina was second with an average of 56,367 fans for its three games. The USA  (52,707) and Colombia (52,004) followed.

The tournament average after the group stage is 41,315.

Copa Centenario Crowds:
83,263  Mexico-Jamaica (Pasadena, Calif.)
Argentina-Chile (Santa Clara, Calif.)
67,439 USA-Colombia (Santa Clara, Calif.)
67,319 Mexico-Venezuela (Houston)
60,025 Mexico-Uruguay (Glendale, Ariz.)
53,885  Argentina-Panama (Chicago)
53,158 Brazil-Ecuador (Pasadena, Calif.)
51,041 USA-Panama (Philadelphia)
49,438 Ecuador-Haiti (East Rutherford, New Jersey)
45,808 Costa Rica-Colombia (Houston)
45,753 Argentina-Bolivia (Seattle)
42,766  Colombia-Paraguay (Pasadena, Calif.)
40,166 Uruguay-Jamaica (Santa Clara, Calif.)
39,642 USA-Costa Rica (Chicago)
36,187 Brazil-Peru (Foxborough, Massachusetts)
28,241 Brazil-Haiti (Orlando)
27,260 Chile-Bolivia (Philadelphia)
25,560 Venezuela-Jamaica (Chicago)
23,002 Venezuela-Uruguay (Philadelphia)
20,190 Peru-Haiti (Seattle)
19,392 Chile-Bolivia (Foxborough, Massachusetts)
17,133 Costa Rica-Paraguay (Orlando)
13,466  Panama-Bolivia (Orlando)
11,937 Peru-Ecuador (Glendale, Ariz.)
1 comment about "Crowd Count: Mexico is top Copa Centenario draw".
  1. Sudad Alwahab, June 15, 2016 at 8:02 a.m.

    Just a note,
    51,041 USA-Panama (Philadelphia)Should be
    51,041 USA-Paraguay (Philadelphia)


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