The Seattle Sounders FC will be playing in front of sellout crowd when Toronto FC pays a visit for the 2019 MLS Cup Final on Nov. 10.
More than 69,000 are expected to fill CenturyLink Field in Seattle for the winner-take-all clash. The match sold out in 20 minutes, the Sounders announced.
The match will also be played in front of the largest crowd for a soccer game in Seattle's history. The previous record was 67,385, set in 2013 against the Portland Timbers.
"As evidenced by (Friday's) near-immediate sellout, our fans are the most passionate and dedicated in the league," Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer said in the team release.
"We are thrilled to be playing a match of this magnitude in front of a historic home crowd of more than 69,000. This club has always benefited from the intensity and fervor that our fans bring to CenturyLink Field, and next Sunday is a chance to add a historic new chapter to our homefield advantage."
It will also be the second-largest crowd to attend the MLS Cup Final, save for the 73,019 who attended last year's match at Mercedes-Benz Stadium to watch the host Atlanta United defeat the Timbers.
Seattle captured its third Western Conference title since joining the MLS in 2009 after defeating Supporters' Shield winner LAFC last week.
Toronto secured its third Eastern Conference crown since 2007 by upending Atlanta.
Seattle and Toronto have split their previous MLS Cup Final matches, with the former winning on penalty kicks in 2016 while the latter posted a 2-0 victory the following year.