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Atlanta United FC History

Atlanta United has gone from being one of the newest teams in Major League Soccer to its most supported. Since it joined the league in 2017, the club has led MLS in attendance each year and owns over half of the Top 10 most attended matches in MLS history. Awarded a franchise on April 16, 2014, Atlanta United is owned by Arthur M. Blank and led by club President Darren Eales. The club's opening season in 2017 coincided with the opening of Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Originally managed by Gerardo "Tata" Martino, who led the national teams of Paraguay and Argentina, as well as FC Barcelona, before joining Atlanta in 2016, Atlanta United made the postseason in each of its first two seasons and won the 2018 MLS Cup. After winning the title, Martino took the Mexico National Team job, but left MLS with the highest winning percentage (.647) by a head coach in league history. The club then hired Frank de Boer, who led the club to two trophies: the 2019 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and the 2019 Campeones Cup, the latter of which Atlanta United became the first MLS club to win after it defeated Mexico's Club América.

In August 2021, Atlanta United announced Gonzalo Pineda as its new head coach. Pineda came from Seattle Sounders FC where he was a member of the coaching staff for five seasons. Under Pineda, Atlanta has qualified for the playoffs twice, in 2021 and 2023.

Atlanta United FC Team Info

Conference: Eastern
Team Colors: Black, red, gold
Team Rivals: Orlando City SC, Nashville SC, Charlotte FC

Atlanta United FC at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta United competes at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which opened in 2017. Mercedes-Benz Stadium hosted the MLS Cup in 2018, Super Bowl LIII in 2019, the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship game, the 2018 MLS All-Star Game and is also the home stadium of the NFL's Atlanta Falcons, the SEC Football Championship, the Peach Bowl and the Celebration Bowl.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium has retractable seating in order to accommodate an MLS pitch as well as a retractable roof. The stadium can seat 42,500 fans for most MLS matches and can expand to 72,000 for playoff matches and other important games. The club broke the record for the highest-attended single game in MLS history seven times in its first two seasons and currently owns eight of the Top 10 most attended regular season matches in MLS history. A standing-room-only crowd of 73,019 packed Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 8, 2018, when Atlanta beat the Portland Timbers, 2-0, to win the MLS Cup, giving the city its first major sports championship since the MLB’s Atlanta Braves won the 1995 World Series.


Atlanta United FC’s 2024 regular season kicks off in February at home as Atlanta faces off against reigning 2023 champions the Columbus Crew. The United compete in their final match of the regular season at Exploria Stadium in Orlando against Eastern Conference rivals Orlando City SC. Here’s a list of key matches to keep an eye on: 

  • 02/24 vs. Columbus Crew
  • 03/17 vs. Orlando City SC
  • 05/18 @ Nashville SC
  • 06/02 vs. Charlotte FC
  • 08/31 @ Charlotte FC
  • 09/14 vs. Nashville SC
  • 10/19 @ Orlando City SC

Tickets for the 2024 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of Atlanta United FC.

Atlanta United FC have made one appearance in the MLS Cup championship match, when they won in 2019.

Atlanta United FC compete at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The seating map for the venue can be viewed here.


Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 389 reviews
  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Gotta fix this!

    by Paul Conn on 11/22/23

    ONLY ONE BIG PROBLEM! I've been to three games in the past year with my family, and the overall experience is terrific! Loved the atmosphere, the game itself, the setting. But one aspect is just way below the standard the team has set, and that's the terrible way of checking, and especially retrieving, purses and backpacks which were too large and not transparent. This is a low-grade, amateurish, mickey-mouse system! Twice I had women with our group who were there for the first time, so they didn't get the warning about not carrying purses. So they trudged over to that little truck and checked them. But when the game was over, the lines to retrieve checked items was hundreds of fans. We waited 30 mins, and when we got through, the lines were still very long behind us. Lots of muttering and justifiable complaining. What had been a wonderful experience for two hours can go totally sour if your party has to wait 45 mins for someone to retrieve a bag. Come on, guys, you're a first-rate professional operation! Please fix this problem before next season! Thanks.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    The game was EVERYTHING!!!

    by Gina on 11/10/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    The team, the fans, the energy were all amazing!!! We thoroughly enjoyed the game!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Always a blast to cheer on the team

    by Emmy B on 11/10/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    We enjoyed the night at the Benz cheering for the Five Stripes. My favorite Atlanta family outing - lots of fun, easy to get to, not too expensive to feed everyone and great memories for all.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    Disappointed Kid

    by Y. K. on 9/26/23

    I bought my tickets months ago for my sons birthday he is a big Messi’s fan he was very disappointed he didn’t get to see him. Please let people know in advance so they don’t get their hopes up.

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Ticket price mark up b/c of Messi.

    by Ulises on 9/20/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    The match it self was good. The ticket mark up is what upset me along with a lot of other people. Every one bought high priced tickets b/c Messi was supposed to be there, and I didn't have a problem buying the tickets. The fact that the soccer clubs were promoting Messi just for them not to deliver on their advertising is what I find wrong. There should be some kind of reimbursement. Not a full reimbursement but some kind of money back or money toward my next purchase. That's were I stand if you guys are promoting a certain thing, make sure you can deliver to your consumers.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    Not pleased.

    by Chris R. on 9/20/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    All the promotion around Messi playing in this game, led me to pay up for tickets that would’ve been like $30 for what I got, since he didn’t even travel. I understand players not playing, but to get no notice until the night before is stupid. Game was fine.

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Not worth it

    by GeorgiaFan on 9/20/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    Ticket prices were quadrupled, but Messi didn't show. The game was great, but it was not worth it due to the extra high prices. Very close to fraud, if you ask me.

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Messi missing in Action

    by Aincognitoz on 9/19/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    Apparently we ended up buying expensive tickets for my kids who wanted to see Messi as their idol. We bought two more tickets for ourselves to sit in a different section. They announced few hours before the game that he will Not join the game.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5


    by Anonymus on 9/19/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    We were so excited to see the G.O.A.T Lionel Messi and booked our tickets @ $460 for 2 tickets. We were not notified that Messi is not playing and the greatest disappointment was, they were selling tickets for $30 on the game day. Really? $200+ tickets for $30+? We spent that much money only for seeing Messi. I don’t think we will ever book in Atlanta.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Disappointed Messi Fans

    by Kore4 on 9/19/23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

    Hopefully the League takes a look at charging premium prices for big events then allowing players to not even show up. There were a lot of disappointed Messi fans in the stands. Otherwise, the experience was good