05 October 3:33 pm

David Texeira returned to the FCD lineup in a big way on Sunday scoring two beautiful goals as Dallas defeated Houston for the fifth straight time in MLS play.

Texeira became the sixth FCD player to score at least five goals this season and his beautiful go-ahead effort in the 49th minute is nominated for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week for week 31!

Vote Tex!




04 October 7:01 pm

Here are your match highlights from FCD's 4-1 win over Houston that clinches a 2015 MLS Cup Playoff spot and the season sweep of Houston:

02 October 2:54 pm

It's that time of year again for the State Fair of Texas! This Saturday is the second weekend the fair is open and with our game on Sunday, it's the perfect day to go as you can meet FC Dallas players and win tickets to the big Texas Derby on Sunday! 

From 1:30 to 3:00 on Saturday, our team will be out and about hiding Oscar Pareja bobbleheads and FC Dallas tickets around the fairgrounds. The first one to find the bobblehead at each spot will win two tickets to Sunday's game and their very own Oscar Pareja bobblehead! Be sure to follow us @FCDallas on Twitter & Instagram and "FCDOfficial" on Snapchat for clues on where we will be so you can be the first one to snag the tickets!

From 3:00PM to 4:30, Homegrown players Danny Garcia, Moises Hernandez and Victor Ulloa will be signing autographs and taking pictures at the big outdoor Toyota area near the car show while Tex Hooper, the FCD Girls and FC Drum will also be keeping the crowd hyped for Sunday's big Texas Derby.

Be sure to wear your FCD gear to the fair on Saturday, follow us on social media for how to win tickets and get your autographs from three of our Homegrown players!

02 October 10:59 am

FC Dallas is excited to have a brand new partner in DraftKings and they're coming in strong offering one FC Dallas fan an opportunity to be GM for a Day during the Wednesday, October 14th match against Vancouver Whitecaps FC! 

Follow this link to sign up for Saturday's contest which is free for first-time deposits.

Whoever takes first place will win the grand prize which includes a pre-game meet and greet with Technical Director Fernando Clavijo, VIP field access before the game, dinner in the WinStar River Club, four primo seats and access to the post-game press conference! The experience even includes $1,000 travel budget and one-night hotel accomodations if you're coming from outside the metroplex. 

There are six games on Saturday to pick from as part of the contest so brush up on your knowledge, pick your best team and if you finish in first place you'll have the chance to be GM for a Day at our next home match!


01 October 5:07 pm

Our October Scarf of the Month is a look ahead to 2016!

Prominent in the scarf a style reminisant of the Texas Flag, with the state and FC Dallas colors - red, white and blue. Also prominent on the scorf is the team slogan, DTID - or Dallas Till I Die. 

TICKETS: FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo, pres by WinStar - Oct. 4th at 4 pm

You don’t want to miss your opportunity to get your one-of-a-kind scarf. Be sure to stop by the team store or buy it at the October 4th match against Houston!

29 September 10:00 am

We're heading into the last month of the 2015 MLS regular season and just five games remain in the run to the MLS Cup Playoffs. Let's take a look at the standings before we get into how FC Dallas can clinch a playoff spot this weekend

Despite Sunday's loss to Los Angeles, FC Dallas still controls their own destiny in the Western Conference and actually still leads in PPG by the slightest of margins. Looking at the bottom of the standings, San Jose and Houston are the only teams left with a realistic chance of working their way into the top six and those are the two teams to watch this weekend to see if FCD can clinch.

FC Dallas can clinch a 2015 MLS Cup Playoff spot this weekend with a win over Houston and a draw or loss by San Jose at home against Vancouver. Here's how:

Currently, the Earthquakes can reach a maximum of 52 points while Houston can get to 50 points. Should San Jose draw or lose this weekend, they can reach a maxiumum of 50 points with a maxiumum of 14 wins(the first tiebreaker) while if FC Dallas defeats Houston, Oscar Pareja's side will reach 50 points with 15 wins and Houston will be left with a maxiumum point total of 47 points eliminating any chance of either team catching Dallas thus clinching a top-six position. Additionally, should Portland defeat SKC and FC Dallas defeat Houston, the Dynamo's playoff chances would effectively be eliminated as well.

Should FC Dallas clinch this weekend, we can start looking at scenarios for FCD to get those all-important top four and top two seeds in the West.

TICKETS: FC Dallas vs Houston Dynamo pres. by WinStar World Casino & Resort - Sunday, October 4 4:00PM 


28 September 11:12 am

The five FC Dallas Academy teams continued their 2015-16 seasons over the weekend in Austin against Lonestar SC. The five teams from U-13 through U-18 went a combined 3-0-2 on their first road trip.

FC Dallas Academy teams remained undefeated on the season and have a combined 8-0-3 record to start the year.

FC Dallas: 0

Lonestar SC: 0

  • The U-18s played to a scoreless draw to remain undefeated in the 2015-16 season with a 1-0-1 record.

FC Dallas: 3

Lonestar SC: 0

  • The U-16s earned their first clean sheet of the season while pushing their record to 2-0-0 with six different players registering goals on the year.

FC Dallas: 3

Lonestar SC: 0

  • The U-15s have put up consecutive 3-0 wins in their perfect start to the season.

FC Dallas: 6

Lonestar SC: 1

  • The FCD U-14s are a perfect 3-0 on the young season, while outscoring their opponents a combined 15-1.

FC Dallas: 2
Lonestar SC: 2

  • The U-13s earned a second-straight draw to start their season 0-0-2.
28 September 2:06 am

Joey Cummings was not going to be denied.

The FC Dallas Special Olympian had not scored all season and was determined to get on the scoresheet. Like any goal poacher, he wasn’t happy about being subbed off early in the second half against LA Galaxy Special Olympics with his team up 2-1.

“Right before his last sub, he said ‘why are you taking me off I haven’t scored yet? I’ve played all season and haven’t scored,’” said coach Kyle Schroeder. “I told him to not worry and that we would get a chance to score and he did.”

With five minutes left and the Galaxy pushing for an equalizer, Cummings, who had subbed back in, was unmarked at the far post and finished a cross to open his account for the year and get that goal he’s been searching for. After the goal, Cummings did his trademark airplane celebration before giving fellow coach Craig Schroeder a bear hug.

“It was great. It was my first time to score a goal and I loved it,” said Cummings grinning from ear to ear. “My teammates helped me a lot. We work so hard.”

Cummings’ goal sealed a 3-1 win for his FC Dallas squad winning their 2015 season finale.

“I was amazed,” said Cummings about the win. “This is why I do this because I love it.”


28 September 1:53 am

The FC Dallas Special Olympics team supported by Globe Life ended their 2015 season with a win topping the LA Galaxy Special Olympics team 3-1 on Sunday night at the StubHub Center.

Doug Sullivan and Laurence Fairchild scored first half goals to give FC Dallas a 2-0 lead heading into halftime.

A penalty kick goal pulled Los Angeles within a 2-1 score in the second half but Joey Cummings scored five minutes before the final whistle to earn a win for the FC Dallas Special Olympics team.

“So many special moments,” said coach Kyle Schroeder. “It was fantastic to come away with the win, we scored three terrific goals put in a solid team performance.”