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FC Dallas isn't the first, nor will it be the last, soccer team to wear a striped or hooped jersey. But we do take notice when new kits roll out with the horizontal stripes.
Back in April, we weren't the only ones to notice the similarities between the new U.S. Men's National Team jerseys and FCD's.
SMU caught our attention on Wednesday when they unveiled their new red and blue hooped jerseys on Facebook. Red & blue are, of course, FCD's colors and SMU's as well.
So which look do you like the best? FCD? USMNT? SMU?
Dale Hansen showed off quite the souvenir on Tuesday night's 6 p.m. newscast on Ch. 8. He recently attended a Rod Stewart concert at WinStar World Casino and a viewer taped him catching a soccer ball kicked into the crowd by the famous singer. That signed ball - which he showed on air - is an FC Dallas soccer ball autographed by Stewart. Watch the video from the newscast:
FC Dallas hosted the third annual Budweiser Adult Summer Showdown this past weekend on the Complex at FC Dallas Stadium. With $10,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs, 54 teams registered for this year's edition of the tournament. FC Dallas would like to thank all the teams that came out last weekend for making it a great event and congratulate the following champions and runners-up in each division:
Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki was the honorary scarfer for Saturday's match vs Chivas USA. The big German was a big hit during the ceremony and post-match, when he took the field for nearly an hour to play goalkeeper and take some penalty kicks.
The Dallas Sidekicks officially announced their return in a press conference this afternoon. The indoor franchise begins play in November after an eight year absence. FC Dallas President and CEO Doug Quinn had this to say Tuesday afternoon on behalf of the FC Dallas organization:
"Our appreciation for the history of soccer in North Texas makes the return of the Dallas Sidekicks very special to us. The return of the Sidekicks is a testament to the strength of soccer in America and North Texas. We look forward to sharing our quest to grow the game we all love."
A good crowd filled FC Dallas Stadium for First Kick on Sunday. Whether it was people checking out Lamar's Tailgate or fans filling the new field level seating in front of the Budweiser Beer Garden, fans enjoyed the festivities of the season opener.
U.S. Men's National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann was at FC Dallas Stadium on Sunday to watch FCD vs. New York Red Bulls. Before the match, he participated in the scarfing ceremony of the Lamar Hunt statue.