I've been to US games in many parts of the country and I thought it would be interesting to rank where every feels brings the best atmosphere. Seattle What else is there to say? 40,000 fans, all loud, most standing, very little club politics. Portland A tough choice between #2 and 3. Timbers army brought some serious noise and organization against one of the weakest opponents ever played. The rest of the crowd of roughly 20k was loud and into it all game as well. Only downside was a bit too much timbers pride showing through some fans. Kansas City Before Seattle came along I thought Kansas City was the best the US had to offer. The stadium is gorgeous, the crowd is loud, passionate and put on one of the best visual displays I've ever seen vs Guatemala. Columbus I love Columbus. Again tough to pick between the above two but I give the slight edge to KC and Portland for their impressive visuals. Crowd is loud and passionate and picking between the above three is very tough. Denver Denver rocked their last qualifier, even in spite of Mother Nature. This was great to see since the last qualifier there was abysmal. The only downside is logistics. Dicks sporting goods park is essentially in Kansas, it's so far out of town. RFK This place is a dump, but it's our dump. It's like our own third world stadium, reminding me of some lower league Eastern European stadiums I've been to. That said, it's loud, proud and really fun when the floor starts shaking. Tampa Tampa has hosted two US games this decade and frankly they have done really well each time. They've brought 25 thousand passionate US fans to a minnow game vs Antigua, and against panama there was a spirited but fun atmosphere vs panama. The only downside is that 25k looks like nothing in an nfl stadium. If Florida can ever get a soccer specific stadium, I'd look for Orlando or Tampa to join the upper echelon. Salt Lake City Everyone probably knows what I think of Salt Lake. They brought 20k fans vs Honduras and all were pro US. In the last that was enough, but their tepid noise level means they've fallen behind the others. I'd love to see the US in the Bay Area at the quakes new grounds, see what Philly could bring, ditto Houston's new digs and am stoked to see if Hartford can bring it this week.