Football Stadiums in the USA

The MLS (Major League Soccer) was established in 1993 and its first season held in 1996 with 10 teams. Despite a rocky first few years the performance of the USA men’s team at the 2002 World Cup coincided with a resurgence in interest in soccer and the MLS. Since the start of the 2023 season the league now has 29 teams, 26 in the USA and 3 in Canada. You can read about the football stadiums in the USA and Canada that are used in the MLS currently below.

Western Conference MLS Stadiums

Minnesota United FCAllianz Field19,400
Real Salt LakeAmerica First Field20,213
Los Angeles FCBMO Stadium22,000
Sporting Kansas CityChildren’s Mercy Park18,467
St Louis City SC Citypark22,423
Colorado RapidsDick’s Sporting Goods Park18,076
Los Angeles GalaxyDignity Health Sports Park27,000
Seattle Sounders FCLumen Field68,740
San Jose EarthquakesPayPal Park18,000
Portland TimbersProvidence Park25,218
Austin FCQ2 Stadium20,500
Houston Dynamo FCShell Energy Stadium22,039
FC DallasToyota Stadium20,500
Vancouver WhitecapsBC Place Stadium54,500

Eastern Conference MLS Stadiums

D.C. UnitedAudi Field20,000
Charlotte F.C. Bank of America Stadium74,867
Toronto F.C.BMO Field30,991 (Expandable to 40,000)
Inter Miami C.F.DRV PNK Stadium21,000
Orlando City S.C.Exploria Stadium25,500
New England RevolutionGillette Stadium65,878
Nashville S.C.Geodis Park30,000
Columbus Field20,371
Atlanta United F.C.Mercedes Benz Stadium75,529
New York Red BullsRed Bull Arena25,000
C.F. MontréalStade Saputo20,801
Chicago FireSoldier Field61,500
New York City FCYankee Stadium47,309
Philadelphia UnionSubaru Park18,500
FC CincinnatiTQL Stadium26,000