Don't miss out on the third annual Guns & Hoses of North Texas Football Championship when it comes to Toyota Stadium on Saturday, October 26. Police and firemen have been training all year to see who will come out on top in this full-fledged tackle football game. Tickets for the big game are available for $10 or VIP tickets can be purchased for $20, and kids four and under get in free.
All ticket revenue will be donated to the Guns & Hoses Foundation of North Texas, which counts on the support of the community to continue to serve the families of police officers and firefighters lost in the line of duty.
Parking at Toyota Stadium will be free for the game and a family-friendly tailgate featuring live music, inflatable and food and drink will get the festivities started at 1 p.m. in the Gold Lot. Stadium gates open at 5 p.m. with kickoff scheduled for 6 p.m.
Full match highlights: FC Dallas 2, Columbus Crew 4
GOAL: Federico Higuain scores the first goal of the match for the visitors in the ninth minute.
GOAL: Jairo Arrieta doubles the Crew lead on the assist from Dominic Oduro.
GOAL: Blas Perez cuts the deficit in half with the assist from Mauro Diaz.
GOAL: Oduro scores just before the break to restore the two-goal lead.
GOAL: Diaz pulls one back for FC Dallas after evading some Crew defenders in the box.
GOAL: Bernardo Anor puts the game out of reach with a strike in the 86th minute.
Full Match Highlights: Colorado Rapids 2, FC Dallas 1.
SAVE: Raul Fernandez denies Nathan Sturgis.
GOAL: David Ferreira finishes the cross from Jair Benitez to give FCD the lead.
GOAL: Vicente Sanchez strikes from inside the box to tie the match.
OWN GOAL: Sanchez's cross is deflected in for an FC Dallas own goal.
CHANCE: Benitez forces Clint Irwin into a tough save.
With the match against Vancouver Whitecaps FC presented by Cancun, state of Quintana Roo coming up on Saturday, September 7 (7:30 pm), we want you to send us your best #Vancouvering photos and videos on Instagram! Just watch the #Vancouvering video (above) from earlier this year and send us your own version on Instagram. The most creative video and photo will each win one (1) Blas Perez-signed scarf, four (4) tickets to the match against Vancouver on September 7 and $25 FC Dallas Stadium cash.
Once you come up with an idea, just post your photo or video to Instagram using the hashtag #Vancouvering by 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 5. We'll contact and announce the two winners at noon on Friday, September 6. You can submit as many ideas as you like and double your chances of winning by posting a photo AND a video.
Last week was a good one for the FC Dallas players out on loan. In the NASL, Richard Sanchez and Bradlee Baladez both made starts on the road against the Atlanta Silverbacks. Baladez played 60 minutes at forward for the Strikers and scored the game-winning goal off a header in the 34th minute. Sanchez, meanwhile, played the full 90 minutes in goal for Ft. Lauderdale and made several clutch saves to pick up the clean sheet in the 1-0 victory. The young 'keeper was named the NASL Player of the Week for his performance. Ft. Lauderdale is now 2-2-0 on the season. The FC Dallas Homegrown duo will have their next shot at action Friday night when the Strikers host the Carolina Railhawks.
Match Highlights: Atlanta 0, Ft. Lauderdale 1
In Costa Rica, after making 16 starts in 17 appearances for Deportivo Saprissa last season, defender Moises Hernandez has yet to make an appearance through the club's first four Primera Division matches this season. Saprissa is currently 3-1-0 with a match against Uruguay coming up this Sunday.
In Sweden, midfielder Bobby Warshaw made his debut for Ängelholms FF on Wednesday, playing the full 90 minutes in a 3-1 Swedish Cup win over Skövde AIK. Warshaw also made the gameday roster for the club's league match against Jönköpings Södra, but was an unused sub in the 2-2 draw. Ängelholms FF is 7-7-6 this season with a league road match against GIF Sundsvall coming up on Wednesday night.
Full match highlights: Portland Timbers 2, FC Dallas 1.
SHOT: Jackson's shot blocked by Donovan Ricketts.
GOAL: Ryan Johnson heads in the corner kick to give Portland the lead.
GOAL: Mauro Diaz scores his first MLS goal on the feed from Fabian Castillo.
GOAL: Darlington Nagbe strikes again onthe feed from Valeri.
Full match highlights from FC Dallas' 3-0 loss to Real Salt Lake.
SAVE: Josh Saunders pushes Fabian Castillo's shot over the crossbar.
SAVE: Saunders stops Castillo again by snatching his shot out of the air.
GOAL: Javier Morales scores on the counter attack to give Salt Lake the lead.
GOAL: Ned Grabavoy's strike doubles the lead for the visitors.
GOAL: Olmes Garcia puts away RSL's third goal of the game in the 90th minute.
Full match highlights from FC Dallas' 0-0 draw with Chivas USA.
MISS: Stephen Keel's header goes just wide of the goal.
POST: Michel's free kick hits the goalframe.
SAVE: Raul Fernandez parries Eric Avila's shot.
SAVE: Fernandez denies Jose Correa.
SAVE: Dan Kennedy makes a goal-line stop on Blas Perez.
SAVE: Fernandez saves the point with an extra time stop on Julio Morales.
Full match highlights from FC Dallas' 2-2 draw with the Philadelphia Union.
GOAL: Amobi Okugo's header off a throw-in gives the Union a 1-0 lead.
GOAL: Walker Zimmerman heads in Michel's corner kick to tie the match.
RED: Je-Vaughn Watson is ejected after receiving a second yellow card for simulation.
GOAL: Second half substitute Aaron Wheeler gives Philly the late 2-1 lead.
NO GOAL: Blas Perez's equalizer goes uncalled after being cleared from behind the line by Sheanon Williams.
GOAL: Perez heads one home in the 97th minute to salvage the road point for FC Dallas.
Full match highlights from FC Dallas' 1-0 road loss to the Portland Timbers.
SAVE: Raul Fernandez scrambles to keep the match level.
SAVE: Fernandez comes up big again on Will Johnson.
SAVE: Jackson tests Donovan Ricketts with a powerful shot.
GOAL: Darlington Nagbe's no-look turning shot beats Fernandez.
SAVE: Fernandez pushes Diego Valeri's attempt over the crossbar.