On October 2, 2005, the Arizona Cardinals defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 31-14, at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, Mexico in front of a record crowd of 103,467. The game marked the first time a regular season NFL contest had been played outside the United States.
The following is a list of the largest crowds ever to watch an NFL regular season game.
All-time NFL Regular Season Attendance
|102,368||San Francisco @ Rams||November 10, 1957|
|100,740||Chicago @ Rams||November 2, 1958|
|100,202||Baltimore @ Rams||December 6, 1958|
|95,082||San Francisco @ Rams||November 9, 1958|
|94,376||San Francisco @ Rams||November 11,1959|
|93,751||Detroit @ Rams||November 1, 1952|
|93,621||San Francisco @ Rams||October 3, 1954|
|91,494||San Francisco @ Raiders||September 29, 1991|
|91,020||Denver @ Raiders||October 28, 1984|
|90,535||Green Bay @ Rams||December 11, 1955|
Ball from historic Mexico City game arrives in Canton
The football used for the opening kickoff of the Cardinals- 49ers game played in Mexico City has arrived in Canton.
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