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MLS average attendances: 2022 season

Soccer is all about the fans.

That rings true no matter where you watch the game. But in Major League Soccer, support is growing particularly fast as the quality on show improves.

Earlier this season, Charlotte FC broke the MLS single-match attendance record when 73,019 people packed into Bank of America Stadium for the club’s first-ever home match against the LA Galaxy.

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Meanwhile, the likes of Atlanta United and Seattle Sounders regularly pack out huge arenas, while Nashville SC recently moved into GEODIS Park; the largest soccer-specific stadium in the United States.

Let’s take a look at which teams are pulling the biggest gates this season, and who needs to start putting more fans in seats.

  1. Atlanta United – 48,033
  2. Charlotte FC – 34,894
  3. Seattle Sounders – 33,671
  4. Nashville SC – 27,396
  5. Toronto FC – 25,280
  6. Portland Timbers – 23,671
  7. LA Galaxy – 22,752
  8. FC Cincinnati – 22,293
  9. LAFC – 21,980
  10. Austin FC – 20,738
  11. Real Salt Lake – 20,425
  12. Minnesota United – 19,496
  13. New England Revolution – 19,412
  14. Columbus Crew – 19,057
  15. Sporting KC – 18,405
  16. Philadelphia Union – 17,989
  17. Orlando City – 17,491
  18. NYCFC – 16,654
  19. Houston Dynamo – 16,606
  20. New York Red Bulls – 16,489
  21. DC United – 16,183
  22. FC Dallas – 16,118
  23. Vancouver Whitecaps – 15,935
  24. Chicago Fire – 15,607
  25. CF Montreal – 15,517
  26. Colorado Rapids – 14, 492
  27. San Jose Earthquakes – 13,368
  28. Inter Miami CF – 12,397

League average: 20,847

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