MLS Regular Season
As FC Dallas heads to Seattle to take on the Sounders, here are some numbers to keep in mind:
1260 – Victor Ulloa (FC Dallas) and Stefan Frei (Seattle Sounders) have played every minute of every match this season for their respective clubs
55 – Seattle’s goalkeeper Stefan Frei leads the league in saves with 55 on the season
3 – Blas Perez (FC Dallas) and Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders) are tied with Chris Rolfe (D.C. United), Giles Barnes (Houston Dynamo), and Sebastian Giovinco (Toronto FC) for the most game winning goals in MLS with three
10 – The Sounders will be without their No. 10 Saturday as Marco Pappa was called up for Guatemala’s World Cup qualifiers June 11 and June 15
9 – Seattle leads the league in goal differential at nine, two ahead of Western Conference foe Sporting Kansas City
6 –Six FC Dallas players were named to Gold Cup provisional rosters, tying Houston Dynamo for most in MLS
1.86 – The Sounders are in a tie for second in the Supporters Shield race, but they lead the league in points per game at 1.86
31 – Michel is the club’s all-time leader in goals (four), assists (three), and shots on goal (six) vs. Seattle
0 – Zero is the amount of games FC Dallas lost to the Seattle Sounders in the postseason last year
16.38 – The difference in amount of inches of rain in the month of May (2015) between Dallas (16.96) and Seattle (0.58)
Sunday’s match against San Jose Earthquakes will air nationally on Fox Sports 1 as part of Soccer Sunday, so we have you covered on how to watch and support your FC Dallas squad to three points from home.
This is the second game against Chris Wondolowski and his squad after defeating the Earthquakes 1-0 to start off the season with a late-goal from Blas Perez.
Be sure to tune in to Fox Sports 1 or use the FoxSportsGo app on your phone or tablet at 6 p.m.
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First segment … Following a remarkable week of news involving FIFA scandal and all its implications, Marc Stein and Steve Davis begin digging into it all.
Second segment … The hosts are joined by ESPN's Jeremy Schaap for further exploration of FIFA president Sepp Blatter the ongoing allegations of bribery and corruption inside his organization.
Third segment … A chat with basketball star (and soccer fan) Dirk Nowitzki, who will soon be on his way to Berlin for the big UEFA Champions League final. We also begin looking at the final: Italy's Juventus vs. Spain's Barcelona FC.
Fourth segment … We finish by talking about the U.S. under-20s, now playing in the FIFA under-20 World Cup, and Steve Davis reveals the story of his personalized, autographed ball from Sepp Blatter.
After five-straight games on the road for FC Dallas, the team returns home for back-to-back matches including a rivalry match and fireworks celebration.
FCD will host Texas Derby-rival Houston Dynamo on Friday, June 26, presented by Novo Nordisk, and then celebrate the Fourth of July against the New England Revolution on Saturday, July 4th, presented by TXU Energy.
The Dynamo haven’t played in Frisco since March 2013 where FCD took a 3-2 win. Houston is back in the Western Conference this season, and this is game two of a three-game Texas Derby season series after Dallas won the first match in dominating fashion, 4-1. FCD can clinch El Capitán in front of an expected sell-out crowd, and it is sure to be a match you don’t want to miss!
Then eight days later, Toyota Stadium will be packed once again - this time it’s for a showdown with the 2014 MLS Cup-finalist New England Revolution. There’s no better way to spend the Fourth of July than with FC Dallas. This is the fourth straight year FCD has celebrated Independence Day with a home match followed by one of the biggest fireworks shows in the metroplex! Secure your tickets today and be a part of history with one of the largest-expected crowds in Toyota Stadium history.
Our June Scarf of the Month is dedicated to our in-state rivalry, the Texas Derby.
You don’t like the Houston Dynamo, so show your support in crushing the orange with this month’s scarf devoted to our lone home opponent of the month.
FC Dallas is up 1-0 in the chase for El Capitán this season as the teams return to a three-game season series with the Dynamo back in the Western Conference. FCD will host the Dynamo after a five-game road stretch in the team’s only home game of the month on June 26.
You don’t want to miss your opportunity to get your one-of-a-kind scarf specifically for the Texas Derby. Be sure to stop by the team store or buy it at the June 26 match against Houston!
FC Dallas midfielder Fabian Castillo was named to the MLSSoccer.com Team of the Week for Week 12. Castillo has made TOTW six times already this season. This makes it six weeks in a row FC Dallas has had at least one player included on the list.
M: Fabian Castillo (FC Dallas) - Was electric in a losing effort for Dallas, wreaking havoc on defenders all night long.
View the highlights from Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Montreal Impact
FC Dallas defender Walker Zimmerman was named to the MLSSoccer.com Team of the Week for Week 11. This is Zimmerman's first Team of the Week honor of the season, and marks the fifth straight week that FC Dallas has had at least one player included on the list.