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07 April 5:10 pm

 

Our brand new ShopFCDallas.com Scarf of the Month program has been an overwhelming success with quick sellouts of both March and April's editions.

However, after Saturday's historic win in Houston, we knew we'd have to create a second run of our popular "Come and Take It" scarf, but with a little twist.

Pre-order your "FC Dallas 4, Houston Dynamo 1 "Come and Take It" April Scarf of the Month today! Since the scarves are being special ordered, it will be at least six weeks before they arrive in Frisco and this one-time VERY limited edition order will not be made again. Our first run sold out in less than 24 hours so don't waste any time in pre-ordering yours today because when they're gone, they're gone.

April's exclusive scarf is a nod to Texas history and the Texas Derby (presented by Novo Nordisk).One side of the scarf features the "Come and Take It" slogan that was used during the Texas Revolution of 1835 and is used today to dare the Dynamo to try and reclaim El Capitan which comes together when the scarf is draped around the neck of an FC Dallas fan. On the other side is the "FC Dallas 4 Houston Dynamo 1" scoreline from Saturday's game.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a pre-sale and scarves will not be available for in-store pickup/shipping for six-eight weeks.

07 April 4:24 pm

Chris Seitz has been nominated for MLS Save of the Week for his 82nd minute penalty kick save on Oscar Boniek Garcia.

Seitz's save was the cherry on top of the 4-1 Texas Derby win and Chris has been huge for FC Dallas all year. Seitz is now 10-3-3 in MLS/USOC dating back to the start of 2013 with a very respectable 1.25 goals against average.

Show your love for his early-season form and vote Seitzy for Save of the Week!


WATCH: SOTW Week 5

 


 

07 April 10:44 am

Recently on one weekday morning, Bubble Soccer USA and FOX4 stopped by Toyota Stadium with the invitation for anyone in the office who was free to come down and play some bubble soccer(tough life, I know). I couldn't pass up the opportunity and we played about an hour of the new craze.

I will echo the comments in the video that it is one of the toughest workouts out there. While getting hit surprisingly doesn't hurt at all, you will wake up the next morning very sore as you work pretty much every muscle in your body trying to play soccer while holding up a relatively heavy balloon while constantly watching your periphery to make sure you don't get destroyed.

I highly recommend bubble soccer to anyone who has a chance to play. Here's Richard Ray's report:

Dallas News | myFOXdfw.com

06 April 1:51 pm

Here are your match photos from Saturday's thrilling win over Houston: 

05 April 10:11 pm

Here's all the highlights from FCD's huge 4-1 Texas Derby win over Houston:

04 April 4:30 pm

Hear from Chris Seitz, Zach Loyd & Oscar Pareja on Saturday's Texas Derby in this week's Quick Kicks:

04 April 11:11 am

Congratulations to Parrish Glover AKA @SilverbirdUSA who won our #HooperJams Twitter contest for this Hooper classic:

03 April 3:11 pm

It's time to start getting serious about Saturday's game in Houston. We get things started by breaking down the Toyota Keys to the Match for Saturday's Texas Derby pres. by Novo Nordisk:

03 April 1:19 pm

We're just two days away from the 2014 installment of the Texas Derby pres. by Novo Nordisk and for today's #ThrowbackThursday, let's take a look back at some of our old #CrushTheOrange videos(You can watch this year's two #CrushTheOrange videos on our YouTube page):

4-4-2 Orange Obliteration System feat. Stephen Keel & George John

FC Dallas wants El Capitan back

#CrushTheOrange

 

03 April 9:44 am

The voting is in and Mauro Diaz has run away with the first Etihad Airlines MLS Player of the Month award.

Having earned over 60% of the vote, "El Magico" is the first FC Dallas player to win POTM since Kevin Hartman in July 2011 and he becomes the sixth player in franchise history to win the award.

Diaz has been truly incredible in the month of March playing 346 of a possible 360 minutes while scoring two spectacular goals and adding an assist(that doesn't count his other assist to Je-Vaughn Watson in the Chivas USA game). Since coming into the league late last year, Diaz has played 14 games with five goals and three assists to his name, averaging a goal or assist every 96 minutes. Those are some truly stunning numbers and even more amazing when you consider he's just 23 years old.

The Argentine is quickly becoming one of the biggest stars in DFW sports and if you don't have season tickets you really need to check out our Mauro Diaz "10 for 10" pack.

Congratulations Mauro!