With the 2019 MLS Cup Final at CenturyLink Field in Seattle officially sold out, the title game between the Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC looks set to be the highest-attended MLS game in venue history.
How high will it ultimately be? Time will tell, although the team has promised more than 69,000 are expected to turn up for the game. To put it all in context, here are the highest-attended MLS games to date in CenturyLink Field history.
|1||Aug. 25, 2013||67,385||SEA 1, POR 0||Regular season|
|2||Oct. 7, 2012||66,452||SEA 3, POR 0||Regular season|
|3||Oct. 27, 2013||66,216||SEA 1, LA 1||Regular season|
|4||Aug. 30, 2015||64,358||SEA 2, POR 1||Regular season|
|5||July 13, 2014||64,207||SEA 2, POR 0||Regular season|
The game is also set to blow away all previous postseason games at CenturyLink in terms of attendance. Here are the current top 5:
|1||Nov. 30, 2014||46,758||SEA 2, LA 1||Audi MLS Cup Playoffs|
|2||Nov. 22, 2009||46,011||RSL 1, LA 1||2009 MLS Cup Final|
|3||Nov. 30, 2017||45,298||SEA 3, HOU 0||Audi MLS Cup Playoffs|
|4||Nov. 18, 2012||44,575||SEA 2, LA 1||Audi MLS Cup Playoffs|
|5||Nov. 22, 2016||42,774||SEA 2, COL 1||Audi MLS Cup Playoffs|