Over two decades after the foundation of the MLS, nearly all MLS teams are now playing in a soccer-specific stadium, and every new stadium looks smarter than the previous one. It is testament to the success of the MLS that attendances have jumped up significantly and many MLS club now play in a packed stadium week in week out.

CityClubStadiumCap.
AtlantaAtlanta UnitedMercedes-Benz-Stadium71,874
Bridgeview (Chicago)Chicago FireToyota Park20,000
Carson (Los Angeles)LA GalaxyStubHub Center27,000
Chester (Philadelphia)Philadelphia UnionTalen Energy Stadium18,500
ColumbusColumbus CrewMapfre Stadium20,145
Commerce City (Denver)Colorado RapidsDick's Sporting Goods Park18,000
FoxboroughNew England RevolutionGillette Stadium68,756
Frisco (Dallas)FC DallasToyota Stadium20,500
Harrison (NY City)New York Red BullsRed Bull Arena25,000
HoustonHouston DynamoBBVA Compass Stadium22,000
Kansas CitySporting Kansas CityChildren's Mercy Park18,467
Orlando--Camping World Stadium65,000
OrlandoOrlando CityOrlando City Stadium25,500
PortlandPortland TimbersProvidence Park20,438
Sandy (Salt Lake City)Real Salt LakeRio Tinto Stadium20,008
San JoseSan Jose EarthquakesAvaya Stadium18,000
Santa Clara--Levi's Stadium68,500
Santa Clara--Stevens Stadium7,000
SeattleSeattle SoundersCenturyLink Field67,000
Washington D.C.DC UnitedRFK Stadium46,000