02 April 2:21 pm

Thanks to everyone who came out for the first Party at the Pubs watch party for 2012. We easily gave away the MLS pint glasses to the first 100 people and had a standing room crowd inside The Allen Wickers. Our next Party at the Pubs is Saturday, April 28 at Trinity Hall in Dallas when FCD travels west to face LA Galaxy.

02 April 11:03 am

Our April Fool's jersey announcement took Twitter by storm on Sunday. We picked out our favorite responses to the announcement and compiled them here for your enjoyment.

They got fooled:


Not the biggest fans of the look:


They got a laugh:


It's sleeveless:


Media reaction:

30 March 9:37 pm

GOAL: Maicon Santos buries a rocket of a shot to put D.C. up early.

GOAL: Blas Perez capitalizes on a United turnover to tie the match.

GOAL: Rookie Nick DeLeon puts D.C. back in the lead.

SAVE: Kevin Hartman denies DeLeon a second goal.

GOAL: Danny Cruz puts the home side up by two.

GOAL: Dwayne DeRosario serves Santos his brace on a silver platter.

30 March 11:51 am

Friday, March 30

Match Time National TV Local TV Online
D.C. vs. Dallas 7:30 pm ET


Blackout: USA

Saturday, March 31

Match Time National TV Local TV Online
Toronto vs. Columbus 2 pm ET

Direct Kick (USA)
Blackout: CLB

Fox Sports Ohio (CLB)

Blackout: Canada/CLB
Philadelphia vs. Vancouver 4 pm ET

Direct Kick (USA)

SNET Pacific (VAN)
New York vs. Montreal 4 pm ET

Direct Kick (USA)
Blackout: NY/Canada


Blackout: NY/Canada

Seattle vs. San Jose 10 pm ET

Direct Kick (USA)
Blackout: SEA

Comcast Sportsnet (SJ)

Blackout: SEA
Portland vs. Salt Lake 10 pm ET

Direct Kick (USA)
Blackout: POR

ROOT Sports (POR)

Blackout: POR
LA vs. New England 11 pm ET


None N/A

Sunday, April 1

Match Time National TV Local TV Online
Colorado vs. Chicago 7 pm ET

Altitude 2 (COL)
Blackout: USA
Chivas USA vs. Sporting KC 9 pm ET

Direct Kick (USA)



Blackout rules may apply.

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29 March 2:11 pm

FC Dallas faces DC United on Friday in another nationally televised game for FCD. First kick is at 6:30 p.m. CT. Join us for our first Party at the Pubs event to watch the match.

27 March 10:45 am
The mystery voters behind the MLS Power Rankings kept FC Dallas at No. 6 in the Week Three rankings. FCD remained steady at the six-spot for the following reason:

A short-handed effort like the one they put on against Sporting says a lot about this team's character. But it was telling that they just couldn't keep up in the dying minutes. Two years ago, it was FCD blowing past the competition at that point in the game.

26 March 4:49 pm

Soccer players got an extra treat Sunday with an FC Dallas watch party at Premier Park in Balch Springs. Members of the North Texas Premier Soccer Association got to watch the FCD/Sporting KC match on a jumbo tron at the fields. They also, not surprisingly, ate a hundred pizzas from Papa Johns and drained four kegs provided by Budweiser. Also raffled off were tickets to June's Mexico/Brazil match at Cowboys Stadium. The great people and beautiful weather made it a fun event for everyone.

25 March 8:25 pm

FCD GOAL: Ricardo Villar stuns KC with stellar free kick


PK SAVE: Hartman denies Kamara from the spot


SAVE: Hartman dives low to deny Zusi strike

23 March 11:54 am

Looking for a place to watch your FC Dallas matches this year? Check out our new Party at the Pubs page presented by Budweiser and watch this Sunday's match against Sporting Kansas City at any one of our DFW-area pub partners.

Also, we'll have our first official away game watching party or Party at the Pubs next Friday, March 30 at The Allen Wickers in Plano when FC Dallas takes on DC United from our nation's capital at 6:30. The first 100 guests will receive MLS-branded pint glasses, there will be a drawing for a team autographed ball, $2 domestic bottles, $2 wells, $2 margaritas, the FC Dallas Promo Girls, and much more! We'll see you there. 

22 March 10:28 pm

From is this recap of the U.S./Cuba match. It wasn't much of a contest. Read the whole recap here, but we've sliced out the details involving FC Dallas' Brek Shea, who started the match and was subbed out in the second half when it became lopsided:


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The outcome of the United States Under-23 squad's opening match of CONCACAF Olympic qualifying wasn't in doubt for long. Joe Corona tallied a hat trick, including the opening strike in the 11th minute, in a 6-0 rout of 10-man Cuba at LP Field on Thursday night.

Freddy Adu and Juan Agudelo also scored, and the Americans benefited from an own-goal in a dominating and impressive effort from Caleb Porter's young squad.


The Americans made it 2-0 in the 37th minute. A quick restart on a free kick went to Brek Shea in the left channel, and the FC Dallas star lofted an inch-perfect cross to Agudelo. The New York Red Bulls star was by himself streaking toward the six-yard box, and confidently headed it in.


The US then added their fourth in the 43rd minute. Shea found a through ball on the left side of the goal and curled a cross in for Agudelo, but Diz Pe bungled it into the net before the mohawked striker could pounce.


In their next tilt on Saturday, the US will face a Canadian side that drew 0-0 with El Salvador in a listless opening game.