It'd be great to see this one day in CO. Not so much about the visiting fans, but the overall fervor. The streamers, the chants, the not worrying about saying or doing the wrong thing. Just passion. Sadly, kinda don't see it happening. I'm fairly certain that when it comes to restraint and censorship, Colorado is one of the more toned down teams in the league. But that makes sense. The Highlands Ranch/Springs crowd is worth more than the Cap Hill/Lodo/Sobo crowd. From that article, too, it seems the players appreciate the fans who don't just sit on their hands all game as well. I'm sure the Rapids players are no different. What can be done to get more youth and vibrance into the stadium without alienating all of the families? I have to be honest, I was alarmed at the number of VERY small children I saw in 114 during the LA game. Does the FO not warn people buying tickets about what they are getting into? Edit: I was at the opener last season, and sat with the DC fans (I'm from the east coast originally, didn't know any Rapids fans, and have several friends who were with the DC contingent) and the stadium security had a VERY lock-down approach with them. There were issues with chants, seating, words, streamers, etc. I think someone was actually tossed for saying sucks for ******** or something like that. It was kind of ridiculous. That is a big reason why I never see that happening here. There is just zero tolerance for anything. The stadium is run like a Focus on the Family meeting.