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01 June 4:02 pm

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! 

GET YOUR TICKETS FOR JUNE 26th VS HOUSTON

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.

GET YOUR TICKETS FOR JULY 4th VS NEW ENGLAND

19 July 11:21 pm

Here are your match highlights from FC Dallas' 2-0 win over the New England Revolution Saturday night:

18 July 4:06 pm

Here are your Keys to the Match pres. by Toyota for Saturday's match against New England:

30 March 5:54 pm

Full match highlight from FC Dallas' 1-0 win over the New England Revolution.

SAVE: Great buildup by FC Dallas ends with Revs GK Bobby Shuttleworth blocking David Ferreira's shot on goal.

SAVE: Raul Fernandez pushes Jerry Bengtson's header over the crossbar to keep the match level.

CALLED BACK: Kenny Cooper's second half goal is ruled offside.

SAVE: Fernandez comes up big on Juan Toja point blank.

GOAL: Blas Perez heads home the late winner for FC Dallas.

10 April 2:31 pm

NEW YORK  – A week after suspending three players for on-field actions, the Major League Soccer Disciplinary Committee announced today that New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph has been suspended for one game and fined an undisclosed amount for a reckless challenge that endangered the safety of his opponent.

Joseph’s action occurred in the 62nd minute of the match between FC Dallas and New England Revolution on Thursday, April 5th. The veteran lost the ball in the midfield and brought Dallas midfielder Ricardo Villar down with a tackle from behind. Joseph will serve his suspension this Saturday when the Revolution play D.C. United at Gillette Stadium.

05 April 3:34 pm

 

Tonight's match between FC Dallas and the New England Revolution is broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest Plus. The telecast goes live at 7:30 p.m. CT and features Mark Followill and Ian Joy as broadcasters.

Here's where to find Fox Sports Southwest Plus locally:

Time Warner – Ch. 960 (digital cable) 

Charter Cable – Ch. 300 

DirecTV – Ch. 677 (677-1 HD) 

Dish – Ch. 445 (9515 HD) 

U-Verse Ch. 756 (1756 HD) 

Fios – Ch. 77 (577 HD)