With the U.S. Open Cup final coming up at the end of September and the U.S. Women’s National Team having ended their run with the initial round of 16 at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the personal-finance website
Best vs. Worst Best vs. Worst – For MLS, Philadelphia Union’s performance level, 52.64 percent, is 2.5 times better than that of FC Cincinnati and Houston Dynamo, at 21.48 percent.
– For NWSL, OL Reign’s performance level, 48.61 percent, is 2.2 times better than that of the Racing Louisville FC, at 21.78 percent. – For USL, Tampa Bay Rowdies’ WalletHub today released its report on 2023’s Best Cities for Soccer Fans, as well as expert commentary.
To find the best places for loving on the world’s favorite sport, WalletHub compared nearly 300
performance level, 64.40 percent, is 4.4 times better than that of Loudoun United FC, at 14.57 percent.
– Houston has the lowest minimum season-ticket price for an MLS game, $240, which is 2.7 times less expensive than in Columbus, Ohio, the city with the highest at $646.
– Orlando, Florida, has the U.S. cities with at least one college or professional soccer team across five divisions comprising 52 key metrics. The data set ranges from minimum season-ticket price for a game to stadium accessibility to number of championship wins.
lowest minimum season-ticket price for an NWSL game, $140, which is 1.7 times less expensive than in Houston, the city with the highest at $240.
– Edinburg, Texas, has the lowest minimum season-ticket price for a USL game, $92, which is 3.7 times less expensive than in Oakland, California, the city with the highest at $340.