10 Football Stadiums That Could Host a Future MLS Cup Game

On November 21st, the MLS cup final will be played, for the first time in Canada, at BMO Field in Toronto. Last year, Real Salt Lake and the L.A. Galaxy slugged it out for Major League Soccer's top prize at Qwest Field in Seattle. Normally a football stadium, Qwest Field drew a respectable attendance of 46,011, the largest crowd for the MLS cup since 2002. The 2009 season marked only the second time the MLS cup has been played at football-specific stadium since 2003, thanks to the rise of soccer-specific buildings across North America. While I like the idea of more smaller soccer stadiums housing MLS teams, I believe the championship game should be played at a more bigger facility. So with the 2010 edition dawning, I got thinking: Which football stadium could host the MLS cup final in the near future?  Note: The following stadiums have never hosted the MLS cup or hosted it only once.Begin Slideshow
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