Atlanta United’s 72,035 tickets sold and distributed for Sunday’s 3-1 win against D.C. United was not just the biggest crowd in MLS history, it was the fourth largest in world soccer for last week’s games.

The only three games that outdrew the Five Stripes where at Old Trafford, where 74,855 tickets were sold for Manchester United 2-1 win against Liverpool, at the Allianz Arena in Munich where 75,000 tickets were sold for Bayern Munich 6-0 win against Hamburg, and at Signal Iduna Park where Borussia Dortmund defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 3-2 in front of 81,360.

Atlanta United has the top three most-attended games in MLS history. Those marks have been set in just nine games played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The franchise was going to open Mercedes-Benz Stadium to full capacity for just four games this season. However, it tweeted on Monday that because of demand it is going to “go big” for the game against Chicago on Oct. 21. That will bring the total to five games, with four remaining  on June 30 vs. Orlando, July 15 vs. Seattle, Sept. 22 vs. Real Salt Lake and the Chicago game.