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THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY TURNSTILE TRACKER

      Today:  MLS Final Regular Season Attendance 

                      
'97 YEAR-TO-DATE
COMPARISONS
TEAM
DATES
AVERAGE
TOTAL
% CAP
'96 AVG.
% +/-
New England^
16
21,423
342,762
95.70%
19,025
+13%
Los Angeles
16
20,626
330,010
79.00%
29,170
-29%
NY/NJ
16
16,899
270,388
63.60%
23,898
-29%
D.C. United
16
16,704
267,271
63.80%
16,016
+ 9%
Columbus
16
15,043
240,680
59.80%
18,939
-21%
San Jose
16
13,597
217,546
52.20%
17,232
-21%
Colorado
16
11,806
188,893
67.40%
10,213
+16%
Tampa Bay
16
11,333
181,323
45.70%
11,679
- 3%
Dallas
16
9,678
154,845
37.60%
16,010
-40%
Kansas City
16
9,058
144,935
44.60%
12,878
-30%
LEAGUE
160
14,616
2,338,653
60.70%
17,506
-17%
NOTE (^): '96 comparisons are to the same number of home dates. New England's first home game was part of a one-ticket doubleheader involving a U.S.-Mexico World Cup qualifying match at Foxboro. For that game, capacity for the Revolution was increased from 22,385 to 57,407. -30-
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