“It’s great that one game can be this sellout celebration experience, but now the challenge is how can we continue to have that every weekend? Maybe not sell out every weekend, but how can
we continue to bring people out to the games?”
-- U.S. women's national team goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher
, who plays for the Chicago Red Stars, on Sunday's NWSL match against the
North Carolina Courage that has already sold out the lower bowl of SeatGeek Stadium and will set a club attendance record for a stand-alone match with at least 16,500 fans. Naeher is one of eight U.S.
world champions on the two teams playing their first game back since the Women's World Cup. (Pro Soccer USA