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Manchester United vs. Real Madrid at Michigan Stadium sets U.S. soccer attendance record


A United States record of 109,318 soccer fans in Michigan Stadium on Saturday broke a 30-year-old record while watching Manchester United defeat Real Madrid. The Rose Bowl previously held the three most well-attended games in the U.S. All three were a part of the 1984 Olympics, and Saturday's game in Ann Arbor, Mich., easily broke the previous record of 101,799 that was set in a game between France and Brazil. (SB Nation)


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