Hear from Oscar Pareja, Kellyn Acosta & Matt Hedges ahead of Saturday's game at DC United:
With the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil just around the corner, McDonald’s and FC Dallas are looking for the best junior reporter ages 6-10 to cover all the action from Dallas during the world’s biggest sporting event.
From today until Monday, May 5 submit a 30-second YouTube video explaining why you should be the official McDonald’s Junior Reporter during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. We’re looking for the most charismatic and entertaining reporter to host their very own segment on FCDallas.com as the entire world turns it eyes to the tournament in Brazil.
You will have the opportunity to interview FC Dallas players and coaches, attend FC Dallas World Cup Watch parties presented by McDonald’s, and much more. Have a parent or guardian age 18 or older upload your video to YouTube showing why you should be our official junior reporter during the 2014 FIFA World Cup (INSTRUCTIONS), tag it with McDonald's Junior Reporter in the video title and send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. One lucky contestant will be selected on Wednesday, May 7 to be the official McDonald’s and FC Dallas Junior Reporter.
- Child must be between 6-10 years old
- Attend up to four (4) appearances between May 31-July 13
- All videos must be submitted by Monday, May 5
Matt Doyle & Dan Haiek from MLSsoccer.com broke down Saturday's FC Dallas game at DC United in their weekly Scouting Report:
It's time to turn our attention to Saturday's game against DC United and we break down what FCD needs to do for three more points in this week's Toyota Keys to the Match:
Here's Oscar Pareja's post game press conference after Saturday's big win over Toronto FC:
We discuss what FCD needs to do to get back on track against Toronto FC in this week's Toyota Keys to the Match:
Here's everyone's favorite FCDTV halftime segment, Name That Tune, from Saturday's game vs Seattle:
Here's The Final Word from FCDTV after Saturday's loss to Seattle Sounders FC:
FC Dallas lost a close 3-2 game to Seattle Sounders FC in front of over 17,000 at Toyota Stadium. Here's Oscar Pareja's post-game press conference: