If you’ve ever wanted to watch a soccer game in one of the most historic venues in college football, then you’ll be in luck when attending an Atlanta United game. During their inaugural season Atlanta United are playing at Georgia Tech’s Bobby Dodd Stadium, so take the opportunity to see one the oldest venues in college football as well as some excellent MLS action.
In addition to being able to see one of the oldest and most historic stadiums in college football, you’ll also experience what it feels like to be a part of one of the best crowds at any Atlanta sporting event. Atlantans have already taken to United despite the fact the team has just joined Major League Soccer, and there are already several supporter groups surrounding the club. The supporter groups are filled with die-hard fans who provide an incredible atmosphere inside Bobby Dodd Stadium that will have you wanting to come back soon.
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Bobby Dodd Stadium
Bobby Dodd Stadium is a unique place to watch a football or soccer game as it is the oldest continuously used football stadium in the Southern United States. The stadium also has a one of a kind location as not only is it on the Georgia Tech campus it is also set right downtown in Atlanta. Bobby Dodd Stadium is a great place to catch a game, and a must see for all true college football fans.
Supporter Groups - Despite having just joined the league, Atlanta United has not one but four major supporter groups. Footie Mob, The Faction, Resurgence, and Terminus Legion all do an incredible job of showing their support for the team on game day and make Bobby Dodd Stadium a tough venue for any opponent.Watch video
Before Atlanta United even kicked off their first game, the club retired the number 17 in honor of the fans. The gesture is an excellent way for the club to show how much the fans mean to them.