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Columbus Crew History

The Columbus Crew soccer club has been part of the MLS since the leagues inception in 1993. Besides being one of the ten first MLS franchises, the Crew were the first MLS team to make a soccer specific stadium to sell Columbus Crew tickets in, a trend that late was later followed by the majority of teams. Before the team played a single game they had already sold over 12,000 season ticket deposits of Columbus Crew tickets. The team got off to a hot start that included selling 25,266 Columbus Crew tickets for their home opener. After starting the season with a win, they went on a losing skid and actually fired their head coach mid-season and went on to win 9 of their final 10 games with a new coach. The team’s first postseason success didn’t come until 2002, when the won the U.S. Open Cup vs. the LA Galaxy, the team who had just won the MLS Cup a week earlier. After the Crew lost star player Brian McBride to Fulham F.C. of the English Premier League in 2003, they added Robin Fraiser who went on the win the MLS Defender of the Year award and helped the Crew finish with 49 season points, the most in team history. After three more seasons of mediocrity, the Crew were able to sign key players prior to the 2007 season and won their first MLS Cup in team history in 2008 even though the sale of Columbus Crew tickets declined once again.

Columbus Crew Stadium and the Fans

As previously mentioned, the Crew were the first MLS franchise to construct their own soccer specific stadium and sold Columbus Crew tickets in Columbus Crew stadium for the first time in 1999. At construction the stadium cost a total of $28.5 million, petty change when compared to other professional sports stadiums, but can only seat 20,145 fans who purchase Columbus Crew tickets. The Crew spent their first three seasons playing at Ohio Stadium, the home to the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. As the stadium was designed for football play, it was never very popular among Crew fans and they finally got a new stadium when team owner Lamar Hunt started construction on a soccer only stadium to sell Columbus Crew tickets in the winter of 1998. While the stadium was smartly constructed to host just soccer, it has also gained revenue hosting concerts, lacrosse, and rugby. Fan support for the Crew has been up and down throughout the team’s existence. In the early years while still at Ohio Stadium the team averaged 12,000 Columbus Crew tickets sold per home game, and since moving to their own stadium have averaged just under 15,000 Columbus Crew tickets sold per home game. The highest point in attendance for the Crew came in 2002 when they led the league in attendance just shy of 21,000 fans per home game. Some of the more notable events held at Columbus Crew Stadium includes the 2000 and 2005 MLS All-Star Game, the 2010 Major League Lacrosse Championship, and numerous U.S. Men’s and Woman’s national team matches.

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Columbus Crew Ticket Price History

Average Home Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
2010: $41
2011: $43
2012: $43
2013: $35
2014: $34

Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014:

Date Opponent Avg Price
8/23/3014 vs. Houston Dynamo: $50.48
9/20/2014 vs. New England Revolution: $43
10/26/2014 vs. Philadelphia Union: $43
6/28/2014 vs. FC Dallas: $42
8/16/2014 vs. Los Angeles Galaxy: $39

Five Most Expensive Homes Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
5/28/2011 vs. Chivas USA: $113.15
9/21/2013 vs. Chicago Fire: $66.89
4/01/2011 vs. FC Dallas: $57.50
8/23/2014 vs. Houston Dynamo: $50.48
4/30/2011 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps: $49

Five Least Expensive Home Games of 2014:

Date Opponent Avg Price
9/27/2014 vs. Montreal Impact: $26
7/16/2014 vs. Sporting Kansas City: $26
6/04/2014 vs. Real Salt Lake: $27
9/07/2014 vs. Chivas USA: $28
3/22/2014 vs. Philadelphia Union: $28

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
6/08/2011 vs. Real Salt Lake: $23
9/04/2013 vs. Houston Dynamo: $25
9/27/2014 vs. Montreal Impact: $26
10/27/2013 vs. New England Revolution: $26
7/16/2014 vs. Sporting Kansas City: $26