The Cincinnati Cyclones welcomed the second-largest crowd in the 28-year history of the ECHL on Saturday when 16,529 were in attendance at U.S. Bank Arena for their game against Indy.
The crowd broke the team’s previous record of 13,237 set on Jan. 4, 2014 against Reading.
The all-time ECHL single-game attendance record is 20,911 set by the Greensboro Monarchs against Charlotte on Jan. 15, 1994. Cincinnati’s crowd was the largest in the ECHL since Fresno had 14,023 fans on Feb. 3, 2007 against Stockton.
Top Five Single-Game Attendance in ECHL History
|1.||20,911||Jan. 15, 1994||Greensboro||Charlotte||W||7-1|
|2.||16,529||Feb. 27, 2016||Cincinnati||Indy||SOL||1-2|
|4.||15,171||Jan. 22, 1994||Birmingham||Charlotte||W||3-1|
|5.||14,108||April 3, 1998||Greenville||Pee Dee||L||0-6|