I wanted to start a discussion regarding what is every club doing at their home stadium. I think it is going to be vital for the success of this league to create an entertaining environment for everybody that decides to go to the games and make it worth it their time, effort and money. I would like to know from those who went to the games on specific venues comment on the environment, the fans, if there is a "barra brava" or supporters group present. As the season unfolds, there is always the risk of having ticket sales decline, and I think it is important to maintain the public entertained. So far, attendance seems to be above expected, I hope it continues that way. From my experience in the FCGold Pride game at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, I can share some tidbits. Attendance was over 6500, I think the maximum capacity is around 9500. The public was largely parents and tweens, a lot of little girls from soccer academies/ clubs running around. It was soooo hot and dry! and the Pride was wearing all black!! There was some kind of sponsorship with a local pizza place, as they gave away a couple of pizzas to the stands to those who were very "enthusiastic" cheering for the local team. Also, if the Pride scores 3 or more goals at a local game, you can take your ticket to this pizza place and get a free large pizza. At halftime, they have something like: score a goal on Hope Solo, and you get $10.000. They cover one of the goals with a poster of Hope Solo diving for a ball and some "lucky winner" gets the chance of shooting the ball and if they make it through a hole, they get $10,000. I assume the money is coming from the NeSmiths as both their girls where carring the blank check when this was happening at half time. If a ball gets to the stands, and you catch it, you get to keep it. There were around 4-5 balls that made their way out. Finally, they have something called: "autograph alley" which is like a fenced perimeter where you can go and get autographs from most of the players after the game. That way you are not frustrated if your favorite player doesn't come to the section where you were or misses you. I think that was pretty sweet, and all the FCGold Pride players signed autographs for almost 1 hour after their cool down. Almost half of the Breakers signed autographs too. So, for those of you that went to the games, what is your club doing to provide a good experience for you?