With the USMNT’s good showing at last summer’s 2014 FIFA World Cup and the USWNT’s recent victory at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, soccer in the U.S. is continuing to rise and viewership ratings suggesting that the sport is heading in the right direction stateside.

Now, with the MLS All-Star Game taking place on Wednesday at Dick Sporting Goods Park, more viewers will be tuning in for the showpiece event featuring the best the MLS has to offer against Tottenham Hotspur.

Wallethub.com compared the 172 most-populated U.S. cities with at least one college or professional soccer team and the results showed great promise for many cities including Denver.

Denver ranked No. 26 overall.

Denver ranked No. 8 in “teams & performance” and No. 50 in “costs & fan engagement,” based of the metrics used by WalletHub.

Salt Lake City, Denver’s closest and biggest rival city in terms of soccer ranked No. 36 in “teams & performance” and No. 4 in “costs & fan engagement,” coming in with a first overall ranking.

The other Colorado city on the list was Colorado Springs, Colo., which ranked No. 168 overall and ranked No. 139 in “teams & performance” and No. 165 in “costs and fan engagement” – certainly a lot of room for improvement, which is expected as the global game continues to grow around the United States.

The research done by WalletHub only further illustrates that soccer fandom in the United States is on the rise and will continue to be moving forward.

Check out the full list on WalletHub here: