The New England Revolution have already surpassed the number of season ticket holders they had in 2015, according to club president Brian Bilello.
We already have more 2016 Season Ticket Holders than 2015 plus expect many more before we kick off in March. Thanks for the great support!— Brian Bilello (@RevsPrez) November 19, 2015
This is obviously a good sign for the Revolution, who have boasted impressive attendance numbers for the last couple of years. Last season's best attended game was the home finale on Oct. 17 when 42,947 watched the Revs lose 1-0 to the Montreal Impact. That night set a new record in terms of largest crowd in team history for a stand-alone game.
MLS as a whole has also improved attendance-wise.The average attendance increased 12.7 percent, moving from 19,147 in 2014 to 21,574 in 2015. The Seattle Sounders led the way with an average crowd of 44,247.
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