Crowd Count: FC Cincinnati outdraws all four MLS games

The USL's FC Cincinnati drew a crowd of 22,643 for its match against Pittsburgh, more than 3,000 larger than all four MLS games played on the FIFA international weekend. The NWSL's Portland Thorns outdrew all but one MLS game with 19,141 fans in the Saturday afternoon heat.

MLS:
ATT. MATCH (SCORE)
19,619 Montreal-Chicago (0-1)
17,865 New England-Orlando City (4-0)
17,683 LA Galaxy-Colorado (3-0)
16,035 FC Dallas-NY Red Bulls (2-2)

NWSL:
ATT. MATCH (SCORE)
19,141 Portland-Washington (4-0)
5,413 Orlando-Boston (4-2)
3,745 Chicago-North Carolina (2-1)
1,571 FC Kansas City-Sky Blue FC (4-1)
1,258 Houston-Seattle (in Frisco, Texas) (0-1)

USL:
ATT. MATCH (SCORE)
22,643 FC Cincinnati-Pittsburgh (1-1)
11,569 Sac Republic FC-Colorado Springs (2-2)
7,612 Louisville City FC-Charleston (1-0)
6,150 Phoenix-Sounders FC 2 (2-0)
4,059 Ottawa-Saint Louis FC (2-2)
3,376 Real Monarchs SLC-San Antonio FC (1-2)
2,017 Orange County SC-Reno 1868 (1-3)
1,329 Charlotte-Richmond (3-0)
1,312 Timbers 2-Tulsa (1-1)
1,073 Swope Park Rangers-OKC Energy (2-0)
737 LA Galaxy II-Rio Grande Valley FC (1-0)
562 NY Red Bulls II-Tampa Bay (4-2)
n/a Toronto FC II-Rochester (0-1)

NASL:
ATT. MATCH (SCORE)
8,702 Indy Eleven-SF Deltas (0-2)
4,873 New York Cosmos-Jacksonville (0-2)
4,211 Miami FC-Puerto Rico FC (1-0)
3,388 North Carolina FC-Edmonton FC (1-1)

College Men:
ATT. MATCH (SCORE)
7,532
Maryland-UCLA (3-2)
5,610 Clemson-South Carolina (4-1)
4,522 UConn-Notre Dame (0-1)
3,515 Michigan State-Dartmouth (1-0)

College Women:
ATT. MATCH (SCORE)
5,735
*BYU-UCLA (0-1)
4,614 Texas A&M-Oklahoma State (2-2)
*School record.
6 comments about "Crowd Count: FC Cincinnati outdraws all four MLS games".
  1. Footballer Forever, September 3, 2017 at 10:12 a.m.

    "Soccer" America, when will you realize comparisons are ungenuinely cumbersome. Report attendances without your freaking agenda like you always do.

  2. Fire Paul Gardner Now replied, September 4, 2017 at 10:03 a.m.

    What's their agenda? I think it's an interesting comparison. It shows that Portland is an incredible soccer town that supports all its teams and that Cincy belongs in MLS. Certainly Cincy deserves to be in MLS more than Miami.

  3. Footballer Forever, September 4, 2017 at 11:46 a.m.

    @FPGN, yes, SA is a full of agenda blog. As far Cincy belonging/deserving to be in MLS, well, that is a debatable topic. Too many of you live on this deserving socialistic mindset views on Pro/Rel and now attendace is a sexy topic to manipulate agendas

  4. Fire Paul Gardner Now replied, September 5, 2017 at 10:18 a.m.

    Not sure what your point is. Is pro/rel socialist in your mind or not? In any event, MLS is expanding and Cincy has shown they support the game more than just about any market not currently in MLS (and more than many currently with MLS teams).

  5. :: SilverRey :: replied, September 5, 2017 at 10:20 a.m.


    What is their 'Agenda'?
    .
    This seems like a pretty benign article listing all of the weekend's attendances, just like they do every week.

  6. Gus Keri, September 4, 2017 at 7:23 p.m.

    Without comparison, data are boring and useless. I like what SA is doing.

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