Major League Soccer attendance

Major League Soccer is the premier professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. Competition began in 1996, the 2016 season saw an average 21,692 spectators between the 20 teams, the highest average attendance in league history. MLS has the third-highest average attendance among all professional sports leagues with teams in the United States, ranking behind the National Football League and Major League Baseball but ahead of the National Basketball Association and National Hockey League. Among all North American professional sports leagues, MLS ranks fifth in average attendance per game behind the NFL and MLB as well as Liga MX and the Canadian Football League.

MLS attendance has grown since the early 2000s. The average attendance of 21,692 in 2016 was a 57% increase over the 13,756 average in 2000. The total attendance of 7,375,144 in 2016 is more than triple the 2,215,019 total of 2002. Similar to Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League, attendance is based on the number of tickets distributed.[1]

2019 season

The following is a list of the average attendance during the 2019 regular season for each of the 24 MLS teams that were active in that season. It includes the team, the average attendance during the 2019 regular season, the average attendance during the 2018 regular season, the percentage change in attendance from season-to-season, the home venue, the home venue's capacity, and the percent of the home venue's capacity filled by the 2019 season's average attendance. Percentages are adjusted to reflect any home games that were held at venues other than the team's usual stadium.[2]

Team 2019 average
attendance
2018 average
attendance
Percent
change
Stadium Capacity
(unrestricted)
Percent
capacity
Atlanta United FC 52,510 53,002 −0.9% Mercedes-Benz Stadium* 42,500 (at least 72,035) 123.6% (72.9%)
Seattle Sounders FC 40,247 40,641 −1.0% CenturyLink Field* 39,419 (69,000) 102.1% (58.3%)
FC Cincinnati 27,336 N/A N/A Nippert Stadium* 32,250 (40,000) 84.8% (68.3%)
Portland Timbers 25,218 21,114 +19.3%[lower-alpha 1] Providence Park 25,218 100%
Toronto FC 25,048 26,628 −5.9% BMO Field 30,991 80.8%
LA Galaxy 23,205 24,444 −5.1% Dignity Health Sports Park 27,000 85.9%
Orlando City SC 22,761 23,866 −4.6% Exploria Stadium[lower-alpha 2] 25,500 89.3%
Los Angeles FC 22,251 22,042 +0.9% Banc of California Stadium 22,000 101.1%
New York City FC 21,107 23,211 −9.1% Yankee Stadium* 30,321 (47,422) 69.6% (44.5%)
Minnesota United FC 19,723 23,902 −17.5%[lower-alpha 3] Allianz Field 19,400 101.7%
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 19,514 21,946 −11.1% BC Place* 22,120 (54,500) 99.2% (40.3%)
San Jose Earthquakes 18,781 19,032 –1.3% Avaya Stadium[lower-alpha 4] 18,000 94.3%
Sporting Kansas City 18,601 19,950 –6.8% Children's Mercy Park 18,467 100.7%
Real Salt Lake 18,121 18,605 –2.6% Rio Tinto Stadium 20,213 89.7%
D.C. United 17,744 17,635 +0.6% Audi Field 20,000 88.7%
New York Red Bulls 17,281 18,601 −7.1% Red Bull Arena 25,000 69.1%
Philadelphia Union 17,111 16,518 +3.6% Talen Energy Stadium 18,500 92.5%
New England Revolution 16,737 18,347 −8.8% Gillette Stadium* 20,000 (65,878) 83.7% (25.4%)
Montreal Impact 16,171 18,569 –12.9% Saputo Stadium 20,801 77.7%
Houston Dynamo 15,874 16,906 −6.1% BBVA Stadium[lower-alpha 5] 22,039 72%
Columbus Crew 14,856 12,447 +19.4% Mapfre Stadium 19,968 74.4%
FC Dallas 14,842 15,512 −4.3% Toyota Stadium 20,50072.4%
Colorado Rapids 14,284 15,333 −6.8% Dick's Sporting Goods Park 18,061 79.1%
Chicago Fire 12,324 14,806 −16.8% SeatGeek Stadium 20,000 61.6%
Notes

Some clubs have attendances over 100% capacity due to limited stadium capacity that is lifted during certain matches, when additional sections are opened. Other clubs use larger venues for certain matches that attract large attendances.

  1. The Timbers' attendance increase stems from the expansion of Providence Park from 21,144 to 25,218. The Timbers played their first 12 league games of the 2019 season on the road in order to accommodate the construction schedule.
  2. Renamed from Orlando City Stadium during the 2019 season.
  3. Minnesota United's attendance decline was largely due to the team moving from TCF Bank Stadium, with a soccer capacity of 21,895 and full capacity of 50,805, to the smaller Allianz Field.
  4. The Earthquakes played one 2019 home game at Stanford Stadium (capacity 50,424).
  5. Renamed from BBVA Compass Stadium during the 2019 season.
* Stadium capacity artificially reduced for soccer matches

Season averages

SeasonTotal
attendance
GamesAverageChangeHigh avg.TeamLow avg.TeamRef
19962,785,00116017,406--28,916Los Angeles Galaxy10,213Colorado Rapids[3]
19972,339,01916014,619–16.0%21,423New England Revolution9,058Kansas City Wizards[4]
19982,747,89719214,312–2.1%21,784Los Angeles Galaxy8,072Kansas City Wizards[5]
19992,742,10219214,282–0.2%17,696Columbus Crew8,183Kansas City Wizards[6]
20002,641,08519213,756–3.7%20,400Los Angeles Galaxy7,460Miami Fusion[7]
20012,363,85915814,961+8.8%21,518D.C. United9,112Kansas City Wizards[8]
20022,215,01914015,822+5.8%20,690Colorado Rapids11,150San Jose Earthquakes[9]
20032,234,74715014,898–5.8%21,983Los Angeles Galaxy7,906Dallas Burn[10]
20042,333,79715015,559+4.4%23,809Los Angeles Galaxy9,088Dallas Burn[11]
20052,900,71619215,108–2.9%24,204Los Angeles Galaxy9,691Kansas City Wizards[12]
20062,976,78719215,504+2.6%20,814Los Angeles Galaxy11,083Kansas City Wizards[13]
20073,270,21019516,770+8.2%24,252Los Angeles Galaxy11,586Kansas City Wizards[14]
20083,456,60021016,460–1.8%26,008Los Angeles Galaxy10,685Kansas City Wizards
20093,608,32522516,037–2.6%30,942Seattle Sounders FC9,883FC Dallas
20104,002,00024016,675+4.0%36,173Seattle Sounders FC9,659San Jose Earthquakes
20115,468,95130617,872+7.2%38,496Seattle Sounders FC11,858San Jose Earthquakes
20126,074,72932318,807+5.2%43,144Seattle Sounders FC13,056Chivas USA
20136,010,38432318,608–1.1%44,038Seattle Sounders FC8,366Chivas USA
20146,184,80432319,148+2.9%43,734Seattle Sounders FC7,063Chivas USA
20157,326,89934021,574+12.7%44,247Seattle Sounders FC15,657Colorado Rapids
20167,375,14434021,692+0.5%42,636Seattle Sounders FC14,094FC Dallas
20178,270,18737422,113+1.9%48,200Atlanta United FC15,122FC Dallas
20188,553,24539121,875–1.1%53,002Atlanta United FC12,447Columbus Crew SC
20198,676,10940821,305–2.7%52,510Atlanta United FC12,324Chicago Fire

Notes:

  • Green shading indicates record highs; red shading indicates record lows.
  • The drop in number of games and total attendance from 2000 to 2002, and the corresponding increase in average attendance, is attributable to league contraction, when MLS folded the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny.
  • Several seasons saw increases in total attendance, despite drops in average attendance. One such case was due to expansion of the regular-season schedule; all others were due to league expansion.

MLS attendance vs. other North American leagues

The following table compares the Major League Soccer regular-season average attendance against the regular-season average attendance for the other professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada that have average attendances of at least 10,000 spectators per game.

LeagueSport# TeamsSeasonAverage
attendance
Average vs.
prior season
Total
Attendance
Ref
National Football LeagueAmerican football32201867,100−30417,177,581[15]
Major League BaseballBaseball30201928,187–64368,494,752[16]
Canadian Football LeagueCanadian football9201922,917–9381,856,263[17]
Major League SoccerSoccer24201921,305−4308,676,109
National Basketball AssociationBasketball302018–1917,857−130[lower-alpha 1]21,964,447[18]
National Hockey LeagueIce hockey302016–1717,501+1921,451,041[19]
  1. According to the NBA's official release of its 2018–19 season attendance figures, attendance was essentially unchanged between 2017–18 and 2018–19, taking into account arena capacity reductions that resulted in over 141,000 fewer seats being available in 2018–19 than in the previous season.

MLS attendance vs. other soccer leagues worldwide

No.LeagueCountryFederationSeasonTeamsGamesTotal
attendance
Average
attendance
Ref
1BundesligaGermanyUEFA2018–191830613,295,40543,449[20]
2Premier LeagueEngland / WalesUEFA2018–192038014,503,95438,168[21]
3La LigaSpainUEFA2018–192038010,189,13026,814[22]
4Serie AItalyUEFA2018–19203809,590,16625,237[23]
5Chinese Super LeagueChinaAFC2018162405,756,35423,985[24]
6Ligue 1France / MonacoUEFA2018–19203808,663,78422,799[25]
7Liga MXMexicoCONCACAF2018–19183066,972,95222,787[26][27]
8Superliga ArgentinaArgentinaCONMEBOL2016203726,999,92421,374 [28]
9Major League SoccerUnited States / CanadaCONCACAF2019244088,676,10921,305
10EFL ChampionshipEngland / WalesUEFA2018–1924551[lower-alpha 1]11,119,56420,181[30]
  1. Initially, 552 matches were scheduled. However, Bolton Wanderers' home match against Brentford was initially postponed after Bolton players went on strike over unpaid wages. The fixture was rescheduled, but was ultimately canceled and forfeited to Brentford after local authorities were unable to guarantee that adequate safety personnel would be available.[29]

Historic average attendances

Current active teams

SeasonATLCHICINCOLCLBDALDCUHOULAGLAFCMINMTLNENYCNYRBORLPHIPORRSLSJSEAKCTORVAN
199610,21318,95016,01115,26228,91619,20523,89817,23212,878
199711,83515,0439,67816,69820,62621,42316,89913,5979,058
199817,88614,81212,27410,94716,00721,78419,18716,51913,6538,072
199916,01614,02917,69612,21117,41917,63216,79514,70614,9598,183
200013,38712,58015,45113,10218,58020,40015,46317,62112,4609,112
200116,38816,48117,51112,57421,51817,38715,65420,8069,63510,954
200212,92220,69017,42913,12216,51919,04716,92718,15511,15012,255
200314,00516,77216,2507,90615,56521,98314,64115,82210,46615,573
200417,15314,19516,8729,00817,23223,80912,22617,19513,00114,816
200517,23816,63812,91611,18916,66424,20412,52515,07718,03713,0379,691
200614,11112,05613,29414,98218,25118,93520,81411,78614,57016,36611,083
200716,49014,74915,23015,15420,96715,88324,25216,78716,53015,96011,58620,130
200817,03413,65914,66213,02419,83516,93926,00917,58015,92816,17913,85610,68620,120
200915,48713,01814,17512,44015,58517,62420,82712,42712,74417,83110,32931,20310,05320,344
201015,81414,32914,64210,81514,53217,31021,43712,98718,44119,25417,0959,65936,17310,28720,453
201114,27414,83812,18512,86115,18117,69423,33513,22219,69118,25918,82717,59411,85838,49617,81020,26720,412
201216,40915,17514,39714,19913,84621,01523,13622,77214,00118,28118,05320,43819,08713,29343,14419,40418,15519,475
201315,22815,44016,08015,37313,64619,92322,15220,60214,84419,46117,86720,67419,21812,76544,03819,70818,13120,038
201416,07615,08216,88116,81617,03020,11721,25817,42116,68119,42117,63120,80620,35114,94743,73420,00322,08620,408
201516,00315,65716,98516,01516,24420,65823,39217,75019,62729,01619,65732,84717,45121,14420,16020,97944,24719,68723,45120,507
201615,60216,278 17,125 14,094 17,081 19,021 25,138 20,669 20,185 27,196 20,620 31,324 17,519 21,144 19,759 19,930 42,636 19,597 26,538 22,330
201748,20017,38315,32215,43915,12217,90417,50022,24620,53820,04619,36722,17721,17525,02816,81221,14418,78119,87543,66619,53727,64721,416
201853,00214,80615,33312,44715,51217,63516,90924,44422,04223,90218,56918,34723,21118,64423,86616,51821,14418,60519,03240,64119,95026,62821,946
201952,51012,32427,33614,28414,85614,84217,74415,87423,20522,25119,72316,17116,73721,10717,28122,76117,11125,21818,12118,78140,24718,60125,04819,514

Defunct teams

SeasonCHVMIATB
199611,679
199711,333
199810,28410,312
19998,68913,106
20007,4609,452
200111,17710,479
2002
2003
2004
200517,080
200619,840
200714,305
200815,114
200915,725
201014,576
201114,830
201213,056
20138,366
20147,063

Notes:

  • Bold indicates franchise record high for season average attendance.

Individual game highest attendance

Regular season

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Stadium Date Ref
1Atlanta United FC3–0LA Galaxy72,548Mercedes-Benz StadiumAugust 3, 2019[31]
2Atlanta United FC1–1Seattle Sounders FC72,243Mercedes-Benz StadiumJuly 15, 2018[32]
3Atlanta United FC3–1D.C. United72,035Mercedes-Benz StadiumMarch 11, 2018[33]
4Atlanta United FC2–0Real Salt Lake72,017Mercedes-Benz StadiumSeptember 22, 2018[34]
5Atlanta United FC4–0Orlando City SC71,932Mercedes-Benz StadiumJune 30, 2018[35]
6Atlanta United FC2–2Toronto FC71,874Mercedes-Benz StadiumOctober 22, 2017[36]
7Atlanta United FC2–1Chicago Fire71,812Mercedes-Benz StadiumOctober 21, 2018[37]
8Atlanta United FC3–3Orlando City SC70,425Mercedes-Benz StadiumSeptember 16, 2017[38]
9Atlanta United FC1–1FC Cincinnati70,382Mercedes-Benz StadiumMarch 10, 2019
10LA Galaxy2–1NY/NJ MetroStars69,255Rose BowlApril 13, 1996[39][38]
11Seattle Sounders FC1–0Portland Timbers67,385CenturyLink FieldAugust 25, 2013[40]
12Seattle Sounders FC3–0Portland Timbers66,452CenturyLink FieldOctober 7, 2012[41]
13New York Red Bulls5–4LA Galaxy66,237Giants StadiumAugust 18, 2007[39][38]
14Seattle Sounders FC1–1Los Angeles Galaxy66,216CenturyLink FieldOctober 27, 2013[42]
15Seattle Sounders FC2–1Portland Timbers64,358CenturyLink FieldAugust 30, 2015[43]
16Seattle Sounders FC2–0Portland Timbers64,207CenturyLink FieldJuly 13, 2014[39]

MLS Cup playoffs

Rank Home team Score Away team Round Attendance Stadium Date Ref
1Atlanta United FC2–0Portland TimbersFinal73,019Mercedes-Benz StadiumDecember 8, 2018[44]
2Atlanta United FC3–1New York City FCConference Semifinals70,526Mercedes-Benz StadiumNovember 11, 2018[45]
3Atlanta United FC3–0New York Red BullsConference Final70,016Mercedes-Benz StadiumNovember 25, 2018[46]
4Seattle Sounders FC3–1Toronto FCFinal69,274CenturyLink FieldNovember 10, 2019[47]
5Atlanta United FC0–0
(1–3 pen.)
Columbus CrewKnockout Round67,221Mercedes-Benz StadiumOctober 26, 2017[48]
6New England Revolution0–1LA GalaxyFinal61,316Gillette StadiumOctober 20, 2002[39]
7Montreal Impact3–2Toronto FCConference Final61,004Olympic StadiumNovember 23, 2016[49]
8D.C. United2–1Colorado RapidsFinal57,431RFK Memorial StadiumOctober 26, 1997[39]
9Chicago Fire2–0D.C. UnitedFinal51,350Rose BowlOctober 25, 1998[39]
10Seattle Sounders FC1–2LA GalaxyConference Final46,758CenturyLink FieldNovember 30, 2014[39]
11Real Salt Lake1–1
(5–4 pen.)
LA GalaxyFinal46,758Qwest FieldNovember 22, 2009[39]
12Seattle Sounders FC3–0Houston DynamoConference Final45,298CenturyLink FieldNovember 30, 2017[50]

Doubleheader games highest attendance

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date Source Doubleheader with
1Chivas USA1–1New England Revolution92,650August 6, 2006 (2006-08-06)[39]FC Barcelona vs. C.D. Guadalajara[51]
2Los Angeles Galaxy2–2Tampa Bay Mutiny92,216June 16, 1996 (1996-06-16)[39]United States vs. Mexico
3Chivas USA0–1Los Angeles Galaxy88,816August 10, 2005 (2005-08-10)[39]C.D. Guadalajara vs. Club América[52]
4San Jose Clash1–1D.C. United73,123July 4, 1999 (1999-07-04)[39]USA women vs. Brazil women[53]
5Houston Dynamo0–1Los Angeles Galaxy70,550August 9, 2006 (2006-08-09)[39]FC Barcelona vs. Club América[54]
6San Jose Earthquakes0–3Columbus Crew61,572August 8, 2009 (2009-08-08)[39]FC Barcelona vs. C.D. Guadalajara
7New England Revolution2–1Tampa Bay Mutiny57,407April 20, 1997 (1997-04-20)[39]United States vs. Mexico

MLS attendance rank by metro area

The table is sorted by MLS attendance rank, and then by MLS attendance.

Only attendances in MLS and the traditional major professional sports leagues of the U.S. and Canada are listed here. Many college football teams in MLS markets routinely outdraw MLS teams and even some or all other major professional teams.

Metro areaMLS
Attend
Rank
Higher attendanceMLS attendanceLower attendance
Portland, OR1st---25,218 Timbers19,496 Trail Blazers (NBA)
Toronto, ON1st---25,048 Toronto FC21,606 Blue Jays (MLB)
19,824 Raptors (NBA)
19,276 Maple Leafs (NHL)
12,493 Argonauts (CFL)
Orlando, FL1st---22,761 City SC17,561 Magic (NBA)
Vancouver, BC1st---19,514 Whitecaps18,022 Canucks (NHL)
17,803 BC Lions (CFL)
Atlanta, GA2nd72,898 Falcons (NFL)52,510 Atlanta United32,776 Braves (MLB)
15,327 Hawks (NBA)
Seattle, WA2nd69,001 Seahawks (NFL)40,247 Sounders22,122 Mariners (MLB)
Cincinnati, OH2nd50,753 Bengals (NFL)27,336 FC Cincinnati22,329 Reds (MLB)
Kansas City, MO/KS2nd75,972 Chiefs (NFL)18,601 Sporting18,495 Royals (MLB)
Salt Lake City, UT2nd18,306 Jazz (NBA)18,121 Real Salt Lake
Columbus, OH2nd16,658 Blue Jackets (NHL)14,856 Crew
Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN3rd66,811 Vikings (NFL)
28,322 Twins (MLB)
19,723 MN United18,907 Wild (NHL)
15,305 Timberwolves (NBA)
Montreal, QC3rd21,046 Canadiens (NHL)
17,574 Alouettes (CFL)
16,171 Impact
Washington, DC4th61,028 Redskins (NFL)
27,898 Nationals (MLB)
18,508 Capitals (NHL)
17,744 D.C. United17,487 Wizards (NBA)
Houston, TX4th71,804 Texans (NFL)
35,276 Astros (MLB)
18,058 Rockets (NBA)
15,874 Dynamo
Los Angeles, CA5th/
6th
72,429 Rams (NFL)
49,065 Dodgers (MLB)
37,321 Angels (MLB)
32,768 Chargers (NFL)
23,205 Galaxy
22,251 LAFC
18,997 Lakers (NBA)
18,000 Kings (NHL)
17,325 Clippers (NBA)
16,814 Ducks (NHL)
New York, NY5th/
8th
77,982 Jets (NFL)
76,940 Giants (NFL)
41,827 Yankees (MLB)
30,531 Mets (MLB)
21,107 NYC FC
17,281 Red Bulls
19,002 Knicks (NBA)
17,318 Rangers (NHL)
14,941 Nets (NBA)
14,834 Devils (NHL)
12,442 Islanders (NHL)
Philadelphia, PA5th69,696 Eagles (NFL)
33,671 Phillies (MLB)
20,441 76ers (NBA)
20,371 Flyers (NHL)
17,111 Union
Boston, MA5th65,878 Patriots (NFL)
36,106 Red Sox (MLB)
18,624 Celtics (NBA)
17,565 Bruins (NHL)
16,737 Revolution
Dallas, TX5th91,619 Cowboys (NFL)
26,333 Rangers (MLB)
20,013 Mavericks (NBA)
18,178 Stars (NHL)
14,842 FC Dallas
Denver, CO5th76,448 Broncos (NFL)
36,953 Rockies (MLB)
18,450 Nuggets (NBA)
17,132 Avalanche (NHL)
14,284 Rapids
San Francisco Bay Area, CA6th69,148 49ers (NFL)
57,919 Raiders (NFL)
33,429 Giants (MLB)
20,521 Athletics (MLB)
19,596 Warriors (NBA)
18,781 Earthquakes17,266 Sharks (NHL)
Chicago, IL6th61,815 Bears (NFL)
38,208 Cubs (MLB)
22,734 Blackhawks (NHL)
21,442 White Sox (MLB)
20,084 Bulls (NBA)
12,324 Fire

MLS, CFL, and MLB attendances are for their 2019 seasons. NFL attendances are for its 2018 season. NBA and NHL attendances are for their 2018–19 seasons.

See also

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