Video: Growing Soccer In America

Video: Growing Soccer In America

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On September 14, 2009
  • 4 Comments
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Here’s another take on the countless takes we’ve seen over the last couple years of the growth of soccer in America. I guess some folks outside this country never tire of doing pieces like this. Nonetheless it’s still somewhat interesting enough to post.

  • Kevin

    &quot;The crowd is small, but boisterous.&quot;<br />
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    Well, 22,000 is better than Wigan vs. Man United (18,000), and Burnley vs. Everton (19,000), so evidently we're making some progress. And, having watched all 3 games, I would say the atmosphere in DC was clearly the best.<br />
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    I love how they neglect to mention the Sounders, who have been outdrawing most of the EPL teams, and would draw even more fans if they sold upper deck seats.

  • Kevin

    “The crowd is small, but boisterous.”

    Well, 22,000 is better than Wigan vs. Man United (18,000), and Burnley vs. Everton (19,000), so evidently we’re making some progress. And, having watched all 3 games, I would say the atmosphere in DC was clearly the best.

    I love how they neglect to mention the Sounders, who have been outdrawing most of the EPL teams, and would draw even more fans if they sold upper deck seats.

  • sherman

    Great point Kevin, sounds like someone should have done their homework before making a video!

  • sherman

    Great point Kevin, sounds like someone should have done their homework before making a video!