Honestly though, 20 dollars for an exhibition match.... It is much different when you are a STH at other MLS stadiums. I can understand the single game packages that teams sell but thats to make a profit. IMO, the promoter for these MLS games in Atlanta is in it for the money (it is funny I say that because in truth, the promoter may be hurting to bring in money to this new KSU stadium. Women's soccer? LOLZ...let the girls have their fun but whatever). Yes I KNOW that it is being held at KSU soccer stadium but it is not BUILT for MLS. I mean, when I went there twice, the parking seemed very sparse (people were parking at the skating rink across the road like I was lol). The stadium is only built for like 8,300 in mind. What makes it worse is that it is RIGHT next to a huge interstate (I-75) and literally next to the mall. KSU (Kennesaw State University) is close too (which would be a good thing actually, to get those college kids to the stadium for MLS games). I'm only pointing out that there will be a huge problem of parking if MLS ever comes to this KSU stadium but it is freakin' awesome that it is close to so many things you can do. Overall, the location isn't that great for Metro Atlanta (look up Kennesaw, Georgia on google maps) for the general population that loves soccer. However, It is close to me and if MLS does go there, that would be awesome. I mean, there are so many downsides as there are upsides with having an MLS team at KSU stadium (which, at this point, is the only stadium that could supply an MLS team despite how much it holds). Overall, this should not gauge how Atlanta would be viable to an MLS team. At this point, MLS teams are still tinkering in the pre-season. The majority of soccer fans in this region (Metro Atlanta) watch either EPL or Mexican soccer. What turns me off is that why alienate the few MLS fans in this region by what Garber has done recently to the MLS playoff system. I am an outgoing guy and I talk to people. Heck I played college ball for one year and played competitively at club and ODP soccer. About none of the people I came in contact with even liked MLS. One guy I barely knew said watching MLS is like watching yourself poke your eye out with a spoon. Whatever, my post here is just a rant. It doesn't make sense. But what doesn't make sense to me is how this should gauge how effective an MLS team would be here in Atlanta by only playing a few worthless games in March. If a famous Mexican were on any of the teams playing that weekend, there would be a shit ton of Mexican's willing to shill out a 20. I don't find anybody worth watching from Houston, Columbus, or the Revs. Columbus - dead to me since Schelleto left ship. Houston - good team but not very exciting team to watch, plus, who the ******** would want to call themselves the Dynamo? LMAO. And finally the Revs - Shalrie be smokin' that pipe lol. Seriously, I got much respect for Nicol in his footy defensive tactics but nothing else has come out of there since Dempsey left them years ago. To make matters worse, the owner likes to piss on them. I'll buy one ticket between Houston and Columbus. ******** the Revs.