An average week on the 2022 USL League One attendance front after Week 27, led by good crowds for Chattanooga Red Wolves and South Georgia Tormenta matches.
USL League One attendance is up 13 percent overall over 2021. Last season was a trying one for USL League One, with many teams beginning the season operating with capacity limits, with COVID-19 eventually impacting the entire season. The offseason was trying as well, with USL League One adding new teams in Windsor, CO and Fresno, while losing four MLS-owned teams to MLS Next Pro.
We have based this listing on numbers officially posted to the USL League One website. These numbers are current as of Oct. 3.
|1||Forward Madison FC||3,797||53,157||14||2,747||0.38|
|4||Greenville Triumph SC||2,521||15,125||6||2,384||0.06||NA|
|5||Chattanooga Red Wolves||2,346||32,838||14||1,822||0.29||3,096|
|7||North Carolina FC||1,697||23,759||14||1,741||-0.03||2,959*|
|8||C. Valley Fuego FC||1,396||18,151||13||NA||NA||1,804|
|10||S. Georgia Tormenta FC||1,033||13,426||13||1,205||-0.14||2,000|
|11||N. Col. Hailstorm FC||522||5,224||10||NA||NA|
* Total of two matches
Photo from Opening Day courtesy Chattanooga Red Wolves.