Club shut out again in loss to Colorado Rapids

FC Cincinnati's roar returned with its first sold-out home match in more than 20 months. Goals and wins remain lacking, though. 

FC Cincinnati's trademark raucous support packed TQL Stadium Saturday for a visit from Colorado Rapids. An attendance figure wasn't announced, but the sellout was, and it was the most fans to witness an FCC home match since September 2019.

FC Cincinnati goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer (25) reacts to being scored on in the first half of the MLS match between FC Cincinnati and Colorado Rapids on Saturday, June 19, 2021, at TQL Stadium in West End.

Deafening noise and smoke emanated from the Bailey supporters section, and the vast majority of seats from the top row to the clubs, suites and all levels in between appeared to be full. 

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The experience was FC Cincinnati as locals came to know and love the club prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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