Expansion team Atlanta United will set a Major League Soccer attendance record with a crowd of at least 69,256 for Saturday’s game against Orlando City.
Expansion team Atlanta United will set a Major League Soccer attendance record with a crowd of at least 69,256 for Saturday’s game against Orlando City. Courtesy Atlanta United
Expansion team Atlanta United will set a Major League Soccer attendance record with a crowd of at least 69,256 for Saturday’s game against Orlando City. Courtesy Atlanta United

Take note, David Beckham: 69,256 for MLS game in Atlanta

September 15, 2017 06:38 PM

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Michelle Kaufman grew up in Miami and graduated from UM in 1987. She has worked at the St. Petersburg Times and the Detroit Free Press and has been with the Miami Herald since 1996. She has covered 13 Olympics and 6 World Cups.