Atlanta United: By the numbers


breaking news

Strong storms possible this afternoon

Atlanta United: By the numbers

View CaptionHide Caption
MARCH 5, 2017 Atlanta, Atlanta United goal keeper Alec Kann anchors Atlanta United’s defense. (Miguel Martinez / Mundo Hispanico)

A by-the-numbers look at Atlanta United through 10 games. The Five Stripes are 3-4-3 and in eighth place in the Eastern Conference, three points away from the sixth and final playoff spot. The team will host Houston on Saturday and NYCFC the following week.


Points from three home games this season. The team has a better ratio of points from road games (1.28) than it does from home games.



Goals scored by Josef Martinez still leads the team. Martinez hasn’t played since March 18.



Goals scored by the team in the first 15 minutes of games. That’s the most in MLS.



Points this season.



Goals allowed. The team’s plus-five goal difference is third-best in the Eastern Conference.



Goals scored is tied with Toronto for best in East. It’s also third-most in the league.



Shots on goal is tied for ninth-most in the league.



Shots by Atlanta United is fourth-fewest in the league. They rank 18th.



Average attendance through Atlanta United’s league-high seven road games is fourth-most in the league.



Average attendance through Atlanta United’s three home games leads the league.

View Comments 0

Weather and Traffic