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USL PRO Through The Turnstiles Week 13

USL PRO Through The Turnstiles Week 13

By Josh Brokaw

 

Date
Home Team
Away Team
Venue
Attendance
Last Game
(+/-)
6/14Richmond KickersAntigua Barracuda FCCity Stadium19022467-565
6/14Rochester RhinosVSI Tampa Bay FCSahlen's Stadium5689N/AN/A
6/14Charlotte EaglesChicago Fire ReservesQueens Sports Complex13361242+94
6/15Pittsburgh RiverhoundsCharleston BatteryHighmark Stadium34643104+360
6/15Wilmington HammerheadsNew York Red Bulls ReservesLegion Stadium42872752+1535
6/15Phoenix FC WolvesReal Salt Lake ReservesSun Devil Soccer Stadium23861903+483
6/15Los Angeles BluesLos Angeles Galaxy ReservesHome Depot CenterN/AN/AN/A
6/16Harrisburg City IslandersAntigua Barracuda FCSkyline Sports Complex10461899-853
6/16Rochester RhinosCharleston BatterySahlen's Stadium43815689-1308
6/16Dayton Dutch LionsVSI Tampa Bay FCBeavercreek High School9321621-689

 

Total Attendance: 25,423

Per Game Average: 2,542

 

The Good:

Wilmington saw a huge bump in their attendance.  It would seem that playing a popular MLS Reserves team has a big impact on the attendance.  Although it does matter who the team is.  Pittsburgh gained attendance this week against Charleston from last week’s game against TFC Reserves.  While the Dayton Dutch Lions didn’t break a thousand in attendance they did come pretty close.  For a team that commonly plays in front of 200 to 400 people this is a big increase overall.

 

The Bad:

Another week with no Orlando home game to bump the overall attendance number up.  They don’t play next week either.  Four teams saw their attendance dip from their last home game.

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