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Revolution Best 10 MLS Clubs in Average Attendance

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Club welcomed 20,185 fans per match in 2016

MLS: Chicago Fire at New England Revolution Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Though the Revolution underperformed in 2016—missing the playoffs for the first time since 2012—the club’s fan base stayed true.

Out of 20 MLS clubs, the Revolution ranked 10th in average attendance, welcoming 20,185 fans per match, according to Sports Business Daily. This attendance rate surpassed that of Supporter’s Shield winners FC Dallas (14,094), as well as Eastern Conference rivals D.C. United (17,081) and Columbus Crew SC (17,125).

In typical fashion, the Seattle Sounders led the pack with a weekly attendance of 42,636, hosting 11,000 more fans, on average, than second-place Orlando City SC.

Last season, the Revs ranked 13th in MLS with an average attendance of 19,627 fans.

Average MLS Attendance by Club:

20. FC Dallas: 14,094

19. Chicago Fire: 15,602

18. Colorado Rapids: 16,278

17. D.C. United: 17,081

16. Columbus Crew SC: 17,125

15. Philadelphia Union: 17,519

14. Houston Dynamo: 19,021

13. Sporting Kansas City: 19,597

12. Real Salt Lake: 19,759

11. San Jose Earthquakes: 19,930

10. New England Revolution: 20,185

9. New York Red Bulls: 20,620

8. Montreal Impact: 20,669

7. Portland Timbers: 21,144

6. Vancouver Whitecaps: 22,330

5. LA Galaxy: 25,147

4. Toronto FC: 26,583

3. New York City FC: 27,196

2. Orlando City SC: 31,324

1. Seattle Sounders: 42,636