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  • • MLS attendances through gameweek 32 of the 2017 season
    Colorado Rapids drew its smallest crowd of the season in its final home match, a Rocky Mountain Cup game against Real Salt Lake, with just a reported attendance of 13,102. On the flip side, the Revs had its largest turnout in its final home match versus New York City FC. Orlando City’s decrease, meanwhile, is due to its new stadium with a sma...
  • • 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 32 of the 2017 season
    Here are the ten things we learned from Week 32 of the 2017 MLS season. 1. What Is MLS’s Role In The USMNT’S World Cup Failure? It’s huge. Whether you think MLS is an underlying cause of the U.S.’s failure to get the 2018 World Cup, there’s no denying this: MLS played a bigger role in this edition of the USMNT than any...
  • • Why Tata Martino should be hired as Bruce Arena’s replacement for USMNT
    With Bruce Arena announcing that he has stepped down as US Men’s National Team coach, now is the time for the US to start looking for a permanent new manager. They need someone who can get them back on track and start winning games again and get the US to the World Cup in 2022 and quite honestly they need someone who can do it with some sizzl...
  • • MLS cannot escape blame for US implosion in World Cup qualifying
    The United States’ failure to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup is a devastating blow for the sport in this country, but it’s also a clear reflection of how much of a damaging effect the top-flight league has had on the national team in the last number of years. Coached by Bruce Arena, who has never coached a professional club team ou...
  • • MLS attendances through gameweek 30 of the 2017 season
    In the latest reported attendance numbers for MLS, the league is averaging 21,781 this season, which is up 1.26% compared to 2016. For Columbus Crew, who have concluded their home schedule of fixtures, the club’s average attendance dropped 9.84% compared to last season. Meanwhile, Atlanta United and Seattle both have two home matches remainin...
  • • 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 30 of the 2017 season
    Here are the ten things we learned from Week 30 of the 2017 MLS season. 1. Toronto Clinches The Shield In a coronation months in the making, Toronto FC won its and Canada’s first Supporters’ Shield on Saturday night at BMO Field with a resounding 4-2 win over the suddenly-reeling New York Red Bulls. With 32 games in the books, Toronto h...
  • • Soccer is still a niche sport in this country but these 4 factors can contribute to its growth
    Soccer has gone from being a completely underground sport ten years ago to a niche sport today. That’s progress but if the sport is ever to be mainstream in the United States, certain things must happen. In the last ten years, we’ve seen the Premier League move from the virtually anonymous FOX Soccer Channel to NBC Sports. At the same t...
  • • MLS attendances through gameweek 29 of the 2017 season
    MLS reported attendances had another good week courtesy of Atlanta playing two more home matches at the Mercedes Benz Stadium. The only downer was New York City FC’s match that was played in Hartford’s Pratt and Whitney Stadium due to a scheduling conflict at Yankee Stadium. The 10,165 was the lowest reported attendance of the season. A...
  • • 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 29 of the 2017 season
    Here are the ten things we learned from Week 29 of the 2017 MLS season. 1. Dallas’ Nosedive Continues FC Dallas entered this weekend without a win in their last nine games dating back to July 22 – having fallen from first place in the Western Conference to below the playoff red line. In Minneapolis on Saturday night, the tailspin contin...
  • • Antitrust lawsuit: NASL dug its own grave despite USSF-MLS collusion
    What do investors in soccer do when they’ve made one bad business decision after another? And to make matters worse, when they’ve shifted from one rhetorical strategy to another? Sue their governing body, of course! This is the path the North American Soccer League (NASL) has chosen to justify the league’s complete failure to crea...
  • • MLS attendances through gameweek 28 of the 2017 season
    Atlanta United broke the MLS attendance record with a massive crowd of 70,425 this past Saturday in the draw against Orlando City SC. Aided by Atlanta’s large attendances for their two recent home matches, MLS had a strong week of reported attendances for most teams across the league. However, there were poor turnouts for Chicago Fire, Colora...
  • • 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 28 of the 2017 season
    Here are the ten things we learned from Week 28 of the 2017 MLS season. 1. Toronto’s March Continues Toronto FC’s season for the ages continues to pick up steam. TFC have now won their last six games by a combined score of 21-3. They pounded the LA Galaxy 4-0 on Saturday night in Carson with Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore resting ...
  • • MLS attendances through gameweek 27 of the 2017 season
    After 302 matches, the average MLS attendance (21,604) is up 0.47% compared to 2016. This past week in MLS, it was another normal week of reported attendances. There were strong showings in most venues, including Atlanta’s new Mercedes Benz Stadium. A relatively weak turnout for NYCFC’s midweek match. There should be a small uptick with...
  • • 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 27 of the 2017 season
    Here are the ten things we learned from Week 27 of the 2017 MLS season. 1. The Playoff Picture Clears Up With Real Salt Lake and San Jose losing this weekend – and despite the fact that Dallas continues to stare into the abyss – the Western Conference playoff race appears to be settled. Houston and Dallas both have games in hand on the ...
  • • MLS attendances through gameweek 25 of the 2017 season
    During the past week, Seattle Sounders and Toronto had the two greatest attendances in MLS. Elsewhere there were strong attendance numbers across MLS except for poor turnouts for DC United and Columbus’ midweek game. LA Galaxy and Real Salt Lake had so-so numbers. After 286 matches, the average attendance(21,528) is up 0.32% vs 2016. Latest a...

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