MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) — As Brazil took on Colombia in a soccer game on Friday at Sun Life Stadium, a new record was being set.

According to the stadium, 73,429 fans were at the game setting a new soccer attendance record in the state of Florida.

The new attendance states surpasses the previous record set Nov. 16, 2013 when Sun Life Stadium hosted a friendly between Brazil and Honduras in front of a crowd of 71,124.

Friday’s attendance also ranks as the fourth largest crowd for a soccer match in the U.S. for 2014.

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