MLS Regular Season
After five-straight games on the road for FC Dallas, the team returns home for back-to-back matches including a rivalry match and fireworks celebration.
FCD will host Texas Derby-rival Houston Dynamo on Friday, June 26, presented by Novo Nordisk, and then celebrate the Fourth of July against the New England Revolution on Saturday, July 4th, presented by TXU Energy.
The Dynamo haven’t played in Frisco since March 2013 where FCD took a 3-2 win. Houston is back in the Western Conference this season, and this is game two of a three-game Texas Derby season series after Dallas won the first match in dominating fashion, 4-1. FCD can clinch El Capitán in front of an expected sell-out crowd, and it is sure to be a match you don’t want to miss!
Then eight days later, Toyota Stadium will be packed once again - this time it’s for a showdown with the 2014 MLS Cup-finalist New England Revolution. There’s no better way to spend the Fourth of July than with FC Dallas. This is the fourth straight year FCD has celebrated Independence Day with a home match followed by one of the biggest fireworks shows in the metroplex! Secure your tickets today and be a part of history with one of the largest-expected crowds in Toyota Stadium history.
Our June Scarf of the Month is dedicated to our in-state rivalry, the Texas Derby.
You don’t like the Houston Dynamo, so show your support in crushing the orange with this month’s scarf devoted to our lone home opponent of the month.
FC Dallas is up 1-0 in the chase for El Capitán this season as the teams return to a three-game season series with the Dynamo back in the Western Conference. FCD will host the Dynamo after a five-game road stretch in the team’s only home game of the month on June 26.
You don’t want to miss your opportunity to get your one-of-a-kind scarf specifically for the Texas Derby. Be sure to stop by the team store or buy it at the June 26 match against Houston!
FC Dallas midfielder Fabian Castillo was named to the MLSSoccer.com Team of the Week for Week 12. Castillo has made TOTW six times already this season. This makes it six weeks in a row FC Dallas has had at least one player included on the list.
M: Fabian Castillo (FC Dallas) - Was electric in a losing effort for Dallas, wreaking havoc on defenders all night long.
View the highlights from Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Montreal Impact
FC Dallas defender Walker Zimmerman was named to the MLSSoccer.com Team of the Week for Week 11. This is Zimmerman's first Team of the Week honor of the season, and marks the fifth straight week that FC Dallas has had at least one player included on the list.
Here are your match highlights from Friday's 0-0 draw between FC Dallas and the New York Red Bulls:
Participate in the FC Dallas Crossbar Challenge on Friday night before our game against the New York Red Bulls presented by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano for your chance to win FC Dallas season tickets, U.S. Men's National Team Gold Cup tickets, a suite for an upcoming FC Dallas match and more!
The contest's qualifying round runs from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the Dr. Pink Field, the first field directly to the north of the stadium, and if you hit the crossbar from the top of the penalty box, you advance to the finals on the Toyota Stadium field after Friday's match against the New York Red Bulls presented by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano. Even if you miss your first shot, you'll have the chance to buy more chances with a donation to the FC Dallas Kicks for Kids Foundation.
Your ticket to the match is automatic entry into the Crossbar Challenge, so get your tickets now!
Twice as nice! For the second week in a row, Fabian Castillo and Mauro Diaz were both named to the MLSSoccer.com Team of the Week for week 10 of the MLS season. Castillo has been named to three of the last four TOTW's, five this season and is currently tied for the MLS lead in assists with five in ten appearances.
M: Fabian Castillo (FC Dallas) – Had more than his usual share of accelerations and dribbles which put the Galaxy backline on its heels and created dangerous opportunities in Dallas' 2-1 win over LA.
M: Mauro Diaz (FC Dallas) – Went 90 minutes for the first time since April 2014 – and fans were thankful that he did. His superb vision created both Dallas goals.