LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated “Reopening Day” and a return to full capacity tonight at Dodger Stadium with a sellout crowd of 52,078, the team announced. The 52,078 fans represent the largest crowd to watch a professional sports league game in the United States since the start of the pandemic.
The Dodgers averaged 15,986 fans (527,562 total) in 33 home dates with reduced capacity, including 28 sellouts. Previously, the team’s highest single-game attendance mark of 2021 was 20,220 on June 11 vs. the Rangers.
Los Angeles’ six-game homestand concludes tomorrow at 7:10 p.m. vs. the Philadelphia Phillies, when another capacity crowd is expected and the first 40,000 fans will receive a Mookie Betts jersey presented by Budweiser. Following a road trip to Arizona and San Diego, the Dodgers return home on Thursday, June 24 for a six-game homestand against the Chicago Cubs (June 24-27) and San Francisco Giants (June 28-29). Tickets for all games remain available at Dodgers.com/Tickets.