Record attendances in United States club soccer

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Competitive professional soccer has been played in the United States since 1912. Numerous leagues have existed over the years with some recognized by the United States Soccer Federation and some not. The lists below are the single game attendance records for men's outdoor (60,000+), men's indoor (18,000+), and women's outdoor (16,000+) matches in American club soccer.

Attendance (MLS)[edit]

This list includes matches in which at least one Major League Soccer team has participated. This list does not include several matches played in the U.S. between two clubs not based in the United States (e.g. Chelsea vs. A.C. Milan in the 2009 World Football Challenge).

# Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & Location
1 2015 93,226 [1] FC Barcelona at LA Galaxy 2015 ICC Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
2 2009 93,137 [2] FC Barcelona at LA Galaxy friendly Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
3 2010 89,134 [3] Real Madrid at LA Galaxy friendly Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
4 2014 86,432[4] Manchester United at LA Galaxy friendly Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
5 2010 70,728 [5] Manchester United at MLS All-Stars All-Star Game Reliant Stadium, Houston
6 1996 69,225 NY/NJ MetroStars at Los Angeles Galaxy MLS Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
7 2013 67,385[6] Portland Timbers at Seattle Sounders FC MLS CenturyLink Field, Seattle
8 2013 67,273 A.C. Milan vs Los Angeles Galaxy 2013 ICC Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
9 2011 67,052 [7] Manchester United at Seattle Sounders FC friendly CenturyLink Field, Seattle
10 2009 66,848 [8] FC Barcelona at Seattle Sounders FC friendly Qwest Field, Seattle
11 2006 66,830 [9] Real Madrid vs. D.C. United friendly Qwest Field, Seattle
12 2012 66,452 [10] Portland Timbers at Seattle Sounders FC MLS CenturyLink Field, Seattle
13 2007 66,237 Los Angeles Galaxy at New York Red Bulls MLS Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
14 2009 65,289 [11] Chelsea at Seattle Sounders FC friendly Qwest Field, Seattle
15 2015 64,358 [12] Portland Timbers at Seattle Sounders FC MLS CenturyLink Field, Seattle
16 2014 64,207 [13] Portland Timbers at Seattle Sounders FC MLS CenturyLink Field, Seattle
17 2011 64,140 [14] San Jose Earthquakes at Seattle Sounders FC MLS CenturyLink Field, Seattle
18 1996 62,703 New England Revolution at Los Angeles Galaxy MLS Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
19 2015 62,510 Orlando City vs New York City FC MLS Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Florida
20 2002 61,316 Los Angeles Galaxy vs. New England Revolution MLS Cup Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts
21 2011 61,308 [15] Manchester United at Chicago Fire 2011 WFC Soldier Field, Chicago
22 2002 61,202 Chicago Fire at Colorado Rapids MLS Invesco Field at Mile High, Denver
23 2012 60,908 Los Angeles Galaxy at Seattle Sounders FC (8/5/12) MLS CenturyLink Field, Seattle
24 2001 60,500 D.C. United at Colorado Rapids MLS Mile High Stadium, Denver
25 1999 60,433 Miami Fusion at Los Angeles Galaxy MLS Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

International doubleheaders[edit]

The following are MLS league matches that were part of a double-header involving international teams.

# Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & location
1 2006 92,516 [16] New England Revolution at Chivas USA MLS Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
2 1996 92,216 Tampa Bay Mutiny at Los Angeles Galaxy MLS Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
3 2005 88,816 Los Angeles Galaxy at Chivas USA MLS Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
4 1996 78,416 MLS East vs. MLS West MLS All-Star Game Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
5 1999 73,123 D.C. United at San Jose Clash MLS Stanford Stadium, Stanford, California
6 2006 70,550 Los Angeles Galaxy at Houston Dynamo MLS Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas
7 2009 61,572 Columbus Crew at San Jose Earthquakes MLS Candlestick Park, San Francisco

Foreign clubs[edit]

The following table shows record attendances for club soccer matches played in the U.S. where neither team was from a U.S. based league.

Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & Location Ref
2014 109,318 Manchester United vs Real Madrid 2014 ICC Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan [17]
2016 105,826 Chelsea F.C. vs Real Madrid 2016 ICC Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan [18]
2011 81,807 Manchester United vs Barcelona 2011 WFC FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland [19]
2009 81,807 Chelsea vs Inter Milan 2009 WFC Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California [20]
2015 78,914 Chelsea vs Barcelona 2015 ICC FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland [21]
2009 71,203 Chelsea vs A.C. Milan 2009 WFC M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore [22]
2011 70,780 Guadalajara vs Barcelona 2011 WFC Sun Life Stadium, Miami [23]
2014 69,364 A.C. Milan vs Liverpool 2014 ICC Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina [24]
2015 68,416 Barcelona vs Manchester United 2015 ICC Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California [21]
2013 67,273 Real Madrid vs Chelsea 2013 ICC Sun Life Stadium, Miami [25]
2014 62,583 Real Madrid vs Inter Milan 2014 ICC California Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, California [26]
2015 61,351 Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain 2015 ICC Soldier Field, Chicago [27]
2014 61,238 Manchester United vs Inter Milan 2014 ICC FedExField, Landover, Maryland [28]
2015 61,224 Paris Saint-Germain vs Chelsea 2015 ICC Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina [21]
1980 60,384 Manchester City vs A.S. Roma 1980 TACC Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey [29]
2011 60,087 Barcelona vs América 2011 WFC Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas [30]

Attendance (NASL)[edit]

This list includes matches in which at least one team from the North American Soccer League (1968–84) has participated.

# Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & Location
1 1977 77,691[31] Ft. Lauderdale Strikers at New York Cosmos NASL playoffs Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
2 1979 76,031[32] Tulsa Roughnecks at New York Cosmos NASL playoffs Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
3 1977 75,646[33] Santos FC at New York Cosmos (Pelé farewell, 10/1/77) friendly Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
4 1978 74,901[34] New York Cosmos vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies NASL Soccer Bowl Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
5 1977 73,669[35] Rochester Lancers at New York Cosmos NASL playoffs Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
6 1979 72,342[36] Ft. Lauderdale Strikers at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
7 1980 71,413[37] NASL Select at New York Cosmos (Beckenbauer farewell) friendly Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
8 1978 71,219[38] Seattle Sounders at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
9 1980 70,312[39] Ft. Lauderdale Strikers at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
10 1979 70,134[40] Argentina at New York Cosmos (6/6/79) friendly Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
11 1979 70,042[41] Tampa Bay Rowdies at New York Cosmos (8/8/79) NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
12 1978 65,287[42] Portland Timbers at New York Cosmos NASL playoffs Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
13 1978 62,497[43] New England Tea Men at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
14 1977 62,394[44] Tampa Bay Rowdies at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
15 1980 60,384[45] Vancouver Whitecaps at New York Cosmos Trans-Atlantic Challenge Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
16 1978 60,199[46] Minnesota Kicks at New York Cosmos NASL playoffs Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
17 1980 60,182[46] Seattle Sounders at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
18 1978 60,032[47] Tampa Bay Rowdies at New York Cosmos NASL Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

Indoor soccer[edit]

This list refers to indoor soccer matches, not to regulation soccer matches played in indoor stadiums. Nearly all of the most attended indoor matches occurred during the 1980s in the Major Indoor Soccer League. The majority of these were hosted by the St. Louis Steamers during the early 1980s, or by the Cleveland Force during the mid 1980s.

# Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & Location
1 1987 21,728 Dallas Sidekicks at Tacoma Stars MISL Championship Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington
2 1987 20,284 Dallas Sidekicks at Tacoma Stars MISL Championship Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington
3 1986 20,174 Minnesota Strikers at Cleveland Force MISL Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
4 1986 19,476 San Diego Sockers at St. Louis Steamers MISL playoffs St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, Missouri
5 1986 19,468 Baltimore Blast at Cleveland Force MISL Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
6 1982 19,398[48][49] Tampa Bay Rowdies at Chicago Sting NASL Chicago Stadium, Chicago
7 1984 19,360 New York Arrows at Cleveland Force MISL Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
8 1981 19,298 Denver Avalanche at St. Louis Steamers MISL Checkerdome, St. Louis, Missouri
9 1980 19,229 Philadelphia Fever at St. Louis Steamers MISL Checkerdome, St. Louis, Missouri
10 1981 19,112 Philadelphia Fever at St. Louis Steamers MISL Checkerdome, St. Louis, Missouri
11 1980 19,108 Detroit Lightning at St. Louis Steamers MISL Checkerdome, St. Louis, Missouri
12 1983 19,106 Chicago Sting at Cleveland Force MISL playoffs Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
13 1984 19,048 Pittsburgh Spirit at Cleveland Force MISL Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
14 1983 18,881 Wichita Wings at St. Louis Steamers MISL Checkerdome, St. Louis, Missouri
15 1986 18,797 Minnesota Strikers at Cleveland Force MISL playoffs Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
16 1987 18,674 San Diego Sockers at Cleveland Force MISL Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
17 1984 18,630 Pittsburgh Spirit at Cleveland Force MISL playoffs Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio
18 1984 18,627 Baltimore Blast at Cleveland Force MISL Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio

Women's soccer[edit]

This list includes the top twenty league matches from WUSA (2001–2003), WPS (2009–2011), and the NWSL (2013–present). It does not include any matches where the women's soccer match was held as a doubleheader with a men's match.

Most top records are held by the Washington Freedom of WUSA (all but one over 21,500); the Freedom also hold the WPS attendance record. Portland Thorns FC held the top six NWSL attendance records until the debut home game for the Orlando Pride, which set the new NWSL record; the Thorns remain the only NWSL team to have drawn over 12,000 more than twice.

# Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & Location
1 2001[50] 34,148 Bay Area CyberRays at Washington Freedom (inaugural match) WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
2 2016 23,403[51] Houston Dash at Orlando Pride NWSL Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Florida
3 2015 21,144 Seattle Reign FC at Portland Thorns FC[52] NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
Washington Spirit at Portland Thorns FC[53]
2016 Western New York Flash at Portland Thorns FC[54]
6 2001 21,078 Bay Area CyberRays at Atlanta Beat WUSA playoffs Foxboro Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts
7 2001 20,170 New York Power at Atlanta Beat WUSA Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta
8 2016 20,086 Western New York Flash at Portland Thorns FC[55] NWSL Playoffs Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
9 2016 19,231 Seattle Reign FC at Portland Thorns FC[56] NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
10 2001 19,133 Washington Freedom at Atlanta Beat WUSA Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta
11 2014 19,123[57] Houston Dash at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
12 2001 18,887 Washington Freedom at Atlanta Beat WUSA Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta
13 2016 18,114[58] Seattle Reign FC at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
14 2013 17,619[57] FC Kansas City at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Jeld-Wen Field, Portland, Oregon
15 2016 17,152[59] Boston Breakers at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
16 2014 17,109[60] Seattle Reign FC at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
17 2016 16,942[61] FC Kansas City at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
18 2016 16,931[62] Chicago Red Stars at Portland Thorns FC NWSL Providence Park, Portland, Oregon
19 2013 16,479[63] Seattle Reign FC at Portland Thorns FC NWSL JELD-WEN Field, Portland, Oregon
20 2001 16,174 Washington Freedom at Bay Area CyberRays WUSA Spartan Stadium, San Jose, California

Doubleheaders[edit]

The games listed below were doubleheaders with an MLS team, which is the case for most WUSA high attendances.

# Year Attendance Teams Competition Venue & Location
1 2001 30,271 Carolina Courage at Washington Freedom WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
2 2002[64] 24,240 San Diego Spirit at Washington Freedom WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
3 2003[65] 21,892 New York Power at Washington Freedom WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
4 2003 21,859 Carolina Courage at Washington Freedom WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
5 2001 21,682 Boston Breakers at Washington Freedom WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
6 2002 21,539 Washington Freedom at Boston Breakers WUSA CMGI Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts[66]
7 2002 20,105 Carolina Courage at Washington Freedom WUSA RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
8 2003 17,032 Washington Freedom at San Jose CyberRays WUSA Spartan Stadium, San Jose, California
9 2009[67] 16,098 Sky Blue FC at Washington Freedom WPS RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
10 2015 16,017[68] Boston Breakers at Chicago Red Stars NWSL Toyota Park, Bridgeview, Illinois

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Barcelona at Los Angeles Galaxy, attendance 93,137
  3. ^ Real Madrid at LA Galaxy, attendance 89,134
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