14 July 11:14 am

By Taylor Hester

One FC Dallas team will never forget their trip to Indianapolis, Indiana.

Led by coach Jesse Suarez, the FC Dallas U-15 Pre-Academy team started off the National Premier League Finals hot, winning all three group stage games, outscoring opponents 15-1. Once they reached the knockout rounds, they didn't show any signs of cooling down, winning the semifinal and punching their ticket to the National Championship game.

On Thursday in the first game, Paxton Pomykal and Javier Barajas each scored a brace to lead the U-15s to a 4-0 victory over GPS from Massachusetts, the New England Premier League champions.

On Firday vs. Houston Express, the South Central Premier League champs, FCD won 6-1, with five different goalscorers. Pomykal and Barajas each notched another goal in the tournament, while Rene Arroyo, Jesus Ferreira, Aidan Tibbets, and an Express own goal round out the rest of the goals.

In the final group game on Saturday, FCD defeated the West Florida Flames from the Florida Premier League by a score of 5-0. Pomykal, Ferreira, and Tibbets each got their name on the scoresheet again, while Jomar Reyes scored twice.

In the semifinals on Sunday vs. SC Del Sol from Arizona, the Mountain Developmental League champs, FCD won 4-2 with two goals from Pomykal, and one a piece from Ferreira and Reyes.

Dominating from the beginning of the tournament, it was a shock when FCD found themselves down 2-0 to Chicago Sockers FC, the Midwest League champs, in the National Championship game. But, the U-15s came back in the final 10 minutes of the match, with a goal from Alonso Molina and a late equalizer from Ferreira, eventually defeating Sockers FC on penalty kicks with a game-winning PK from Simeon Salazar.

Finishing undefeated in the Texas Pre-Academy League and winning the NPL Finals, the FC Dallas U-15s can now call themselves National Premier League Champions after an unforgettable year.


27 June 3:43 pm

The FC Dallas U-16 Academy headed into Friday's showdown with the LA Galaxy Academy needing a draw or a win to advance through to the national quarterfinals of the 2014-2015 US Soccer Development Academy season.

They got exactly what they were looking for, defeating LA 2-0 to finish the playoffs group stage a perfect 3-0-0 without allowing a goal in any of the three matches.

On Friday, Gio Montesdeoca opened the scoring while Weston McKinnie added the second to give FCD a 2-0 halftime lead. After a weather delay, the U-16s finished the job to seal the 2-0 victory.

As one of the top four remaining seeds, Luchi Gonzalez's side will host a national quarterfinal at the Toyota Soccer Center against the New England Revolution on July 8th. Stay tuned for full details on when this match will kick off so you can come cheer on FCD as they look to advance to the national semifinals.

U-18s finish Playoffs Week strong

It was a heartbreaking week for the FC Dallas U-18 Academy dropping two close results in their first two matches, but they finished the year strong defeating the Concorde Fire 5-0 in their final match of the season.

Miguel Ojeda and Oscar Romero gave FCD a 2-0 halftime lead and Alex Radilla, Caleb Young and Christian Ramirez scored in the second half to finish the season on a happy note for Francisco Molina's side.

25 June 3:02 pm

By Jeremy Villanueva

One FC Dallas Premier team will continue visiting border states.

The U-17 FCD Premier team punched its ticket to the US Youth Soccer National Championships in Oklahoma after capturing the Region III Championship in Little Rock, Arkansas on Thursday.

FC Dallas 98 Premier claimed the Region III Championship with a 3-1 victory over familar foe FC Alliance 98 Black (TN). FCD defeated FC Alliance 1-0 in the last game of the group stage, and the two teams met again in the final Thursday. The U-17s struck early and never looked back, netting all three goals in the first half with a pair of goals from the foot of Gerber Chavez. 

Nationals begin with the round robin July 21-23 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. If FCD advances, the team will play the semifinal July 25 and final July 26.

FC Dallas 97 Gold was a match away from continuing on the "Road to Oklahoma" but fell just shy in the Region III Championship with a 6-2 loss to NASA 15 Elite (GA); a team who had four clean sheets in five games heading into the final. The U-18s scored seconds into the game and were within one with four minutes left, but a trio of late goals put the game away for NASA. FCD had a thriller en route to the final with a 5-4 defeat over Bryson Park/KSA 97 Premier (GA) in overtime after being squared at one apiece at the end of regulation. 

18 June 3:27 pm

By Taylor Hester

The season is over, but the real fun for the FC Dallas Academy teams is just beginning.

The U-16s and U-18s begin play Tuesday at the Development Academy playoffs in Indianapolis, Indiana.

U-16's drawn with LA Galaxy, two others

After winning its conference with a 19-3-5 record and finishing fifth overall in U-16 Development Academy, FC Dallas was in Pot 1 of the draw and were drawn into Group B. 

FCD-16s will face South Carolina United Battery (17-10-9) on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., St. Louis Gallagher Missouri (13-6-8) on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. and LA Galaxy (22-7-10) on Friday at 11:15 a.m.

SC United Battery finished fifth in the East Conference. Led by leading goalscorer Conor Sloan (16), the Battery attack will be tough to stop.

St. Louis Gallagher MIssouri placed third in the Central Conference and are currently on an 11-game unbeaten run.

LA Galaxy finished first in the West Conference, scoring 85 goals. Ethan Zubak led the team with 26 goals.

U-18s in same group as high-flying RSL Academy

The U-18s (15-6-6) were drawn into Group B of the U-17/U-18 Development Academy playoffs.

FC Dallas opens with Chicago Magic PSG (14-6-7) on Tuesday at 10 a.m. before taking on Real Salt Lake AZ (32-3-4) on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. and finishing with Concorde Fire (17-12-7) at 9 a.m. on Friday.

Chicago Magic PSG finished third in the Central Conference, but lead the the conference in goals scored with 71 in 27 games.

Real Salt Lake AZ finished at the top of the West Conference with 100 points. RSL scored 161 goals and only conceded 33. They are currently on a 17-game unbeaten run, winning 16 of those 17 matches.

U-14's begin National Showcase on Friday

The FCD U-14s will also be in action in the National Showcase played in Indianapolis. Play begins tomorrow against Central California Aztecs at 10:00 a.m., continues Saturday against Players Development Academy at 10:00 a.m., and finishes Monday at 11:15 a.m. against Chicago Fire.


11 June 11:31 am

By Jeremy Villanueva

The FC Dallas Academy’s regular season might have wrapped up this past Monday, but that was only the beginning of the real fun.

The U-16 and U-18 academy teams found out their fate for the Development Academy playoffs yesterday, which begins June 23 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

After winning its conference with a 19-3-5 record and finishing fifth overall in U-16 Development Academy, FC Dallas was in Pot 1 of the draw and were drawn into Group B.

FCD-16s will face SC United Battery (17-10-9) on June 23 at 2:30 p.m., St. Louis Gallagher Missouri (13-6-8) on June 24 at 2:30 p.m. and LA Galaxy (22-7-10) on June 26 at 11:15 a.m.

The U-18s (15-6-6) were drawn into Group B of the U-17/U-18 Development Academy playoffs. FC Dallas opens with Chicago Magic PSG (14-6-7) on June 23 at 10 a.m. before taking on Real Salt Lake AZ (32-3-4) on June 24 at 6:30 p.m. and finishing with Concorde Fire (17-12-7) at 9 a.m. on June 26.

The group winners will advance to the Developmeny Academy Finals Week in July where FC Dallas has had a team in either the U-16 or U-18 division in five out of the last six seasons.

12 May 4:09 pm

2015 FC Dallas Summer College Combine

June 6th-8th, 2015 | Toyota Soccer Center | Frisco, TX


The FC Dallas Summer College Combine is designed to allow women’s and men’s college coaches to conduct training sessions to improve the players' technical and tactical aspects of the game.  Through these training sessions, condition matches and a college seminar, these college coaches will provide players with insight to the demands of the college game and the college recruiting process. 

*Space is limited*

Dates: Saturday June 6th  through Monday June 8th , 2015

Each age groups will have 2 sessions Saturday, 2 sessions Sunday plus a College Seminar and a session Monday Morning.

Cost: $200
Location: Toyota Stadium and Toyota Soccer Center

Who: Elite players U15 and older

College programs registered to attend
Men's programs Women's programs
SMU Texas Women's University
Trinity University Texas Christian University
Valparaiso University Oklahoma State University
Midwestern State University University of Kentucky
Ouachita Baptist University Stephen F. Austin University
University of Texas at Dallas University of Tulsa
West Texas A&M University Sam Houston State University
Luther College Abilene Christian University
Southwestern Assembly of God Texas Tech University
Dallas Baptist University Hardin Simmons University
Grand Canyon University Lamar University
Fort Hays State University Univ. of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  Houston Baptist University

*Additional coaches will be added. List subject to change.


04 May 11:48 am

We just got done watching FC Dallas #CrushTheOrange at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston last Friday and while you'll have to wait until the end of June for another MLS Texas Derby, our FC Dallas Academy hosts the Dynamo this Sunday in the annual Academy Day at Toyota Stadium! 

The U-18s kick things off at 2:00PM in what is not only the final home match for our graduating U-18 players, but it's an enormous match in the standings.

Just a few weeks ago, the U-18s were ten points behind Houston in the Frontier Division standings, but a 7-0-1 run in their last eight games coupled with the Dynamo slipping up last weekend means the U-18s are only five points behind Houston with five games left including two games in hand on their I-45 rivals. 

As everyone knows, results are not the be all end all when it comes to developing players, but FCD has won the U-18 division nearly every season of existence including the last two years and we want to defend that title. 

The U-16 match follows at 4:30PM and if you haven't seen these guys play, they're dang fun to watch. Wingers Devin Vega and Toshiki Yasuda have combined to score 34 goals in 20 games this season while the entire squad has logged an incredible 17-2-3 record this season. They can seal the U-16 Frontier Division with four games left in the season if they grab a win on Sunday.

Admission is completely free, there will be street tacos and drinks on sale and you have a great opportunity to see the future of FC Dallas on a special day for them as they close out their home schedule in the 2014-2015 season before the playoffs begin! 

*NOTE* Please enter through the north gates on Sunday.

20 April 5:19 pm

On March 22-25, 2015 the Japanese Football Association (JFA) brought in their U16 Women’s National Team to Toyota Soccer Center to play the highly touted FC Dallas ECNL program.  The teams lined up against each other for the first time on March 24th  when the FC Dallas ECNL group defeated the JFA 2-0.   Goals from Mississippi State commit Natalee Heiser and fourteen-year-old Olyvia Dowell were enough for the FC Dallas ECNL side to come out on top.  Post-game the two groups of players were able to socialize, exchange gifts, and head over to Babe’s Chicken for some Texas food & hospitality.  

On March 25th the two sides matched up again, and this day the teams fought to a 1-1 draw.  The FC Dallas goal came from leading scorer Jordan Mulnix.  Before the game Japanese group were excited to get to tour the FC Dallas facilities and stadium.  Their favorite part of the tour was getting to see the pro team locker rooms and actually getting to meet and take pictures with several of the first-team stars.  The JFA U16 Women’s National team departed the next day but have already started making plans to return in 2016.

05 April 2:12 pm

U-17 Premier takes Dr Pepper Dallas Cup Championship

FRISCO - In a tightly contested final, the FC Dallas 98B Premier U-17s defeated FC Golden State 2-0 to win the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup XXXVI U-17 division at Toyota Stadium.

The rain cleared just in time for Sunday's final and FC Dallas took the lead midway through the first half somewhat against the run of play. Big, strong forward Gerber Chavez received a nice pass and slotted a ball home to give FCD the 1-0 lead which they would hold into halftime.

In the second half, the game got even more chippy with FC Golden State defender Jesus Garcia was shown a red card, and FCD took advantage late with Martin Gonzalez scoring just before the final whistle to give Scott Dymond's side an insurmountable lead.

This is the second-straight U-17 Dr Pepper Dallas Cup Championship won by an FC Dallas team.

U-19s defeated by Jaguares de Chiapas in heartbreaker

FRISCO - The FC Dallas U97 Premier side fell in the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup Championship for the second straight year losing the U-19 final to Jaguares de Chiapas. FC Dallas took the lead in the 15th minute as Christopher Villalobos flicked a cross past the keeper to give Scott Dymond's side the lead.

They held that lead until late in the match as a corner was headed home in the 75th minute to tie the match before Jaguares would score a 25 yard laser with nearly the last kick of the game to earn what was a heartbreaking second place finish for FC Dallas 97 Premier.


U-13s fall in PKs in U-14 Dallas Cup Championship

FRISCO - On Saturday afternoon, the FC Dallas U-13 Academy battled strong with AC Brea but fell on PKs after a 1-1 draw.

After an early AC Brea goal, Luis Pacheco tied things up for FC Dallas in the 20th minute. Both teams held firm after that with neither allowing a goal through the second half and two overtime periods.

In the PK shootout, AC Brea goalkeeper Aaron Tebay was the hero making two saves to earn the Dallas Cup Championship.


03 April 9:14 pm

U-14 Division

FCD Pre Academy 1-0 win vs FC Dallas Youth 01

The FCD Pre Academy 01's defeated fellow FC Dallas 01s to advance to the U-14 championship game on Saturday against AC Brea. That match is at 1:00PM at Toyota Stadium.

U-15 Division

FC Dallas Academy 00 4-0 loss vs FC Golden State

The U-14 Academy fell in the semifinals to FC Golden State.

U-16 Division

FCD U-15 pre academy 3-0 loss to Seattle United in the Dallas Cup semifinals.

U-17 Division

FCD Youth 98B Premier 1-1 PKs win TSF Academy

FC Dallas came from a goal down to advance on PKs in the U-17 division. They'll face FC golden State Platinum in the U-17 championship at Toyota Stadium at 10:00AM on Sunday morning.

U-19 Division

FC Dallas Youth 97B Gold 2-1 loss to Jaguares de Chiapas

FCD 97B Premier  3-1 win vs LFC Foundation College

FC Dallas 97B Premier faces FC Golden State in Saturday's semifinals