It's not great when you need a furious last-minute comeback in order to get full honors at home against an expansion team. That said, it's nice for Dallas to know they can do just that. Still, they've got to be counting the days until David Ferreira gets back.
Judging by our social media mentions this afternoon, it appears some of you think the new U.S. national team jersey reminds you of FC Dallas. Well, we put the two jerseys side by side for you. What do you think? And do you like the hoops on the national team?
Full highlights from FCD's 2-1 comeback win over the Montreal Impact.
SAVE: Donovan Ricketts denies Blas Perez's header.
GOAL: Bernardo Corradi converts the penalty kick to give Montreal the 1-0 lead.
ATTACK: FC Dallas puts the pressure on Montreal.
GOAL: Perez ties the game for Dallas by heading home a rebound.
GOAL: Brek Shea scores his first of the season to give FCD the late 2-1 advantage.
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Tex Hooper has the lead after the first round of voting in the TXU Energy Make Your Move dance competition.
Make Your Move is a text to vote feature during halftime at FC Dallas matches where fans select who they think has the best dance moves – players Bobby Warshaw, Ricardo Villar or mascot Tex Hooper.
The first round of voting occurred during halftime of the New England Revolution game on April 5.
Your current leaderboard:
Tex Hooper – 53 percent
Bobby Warshaw – 41 percent
Ricardo Villar – 6 percent
Be sure to vote for who you think has the best move during halftime of tomorrow’s match.
FC Dallas faces the newest MLS franchise, the Montreal Impact, for the first time this Saturday at FC Dallas Stadium. We dug through the record books to find out how FCD did historically facing new MLS teams for the first time. It’s a mixed bag, with FCD 2-4-3 in opening matches against expansion clubs since 2005.
4/16/05 – at CHV 1, FCD 3
Real Salt Lake
4/23/05 – at FCD 3, RSL 0
Houston Dynamo (relocated from San Jose)
5/6/06 – at HOU 4, FCD 3
6/17/07 – at TOR 4, FCD 0
San Jose Earthquakes (2nd incarnation)
5/3/08 - at SJ 0, FCD 0
5/16/09 – at FCD 1, SEA 1
5/15/10 – at PHL 1, FCD 1
4/17/11 – at POR 3, FCD 2
4/23/11 – at VAN 1, FCD 2
FC Dallas fans will have the first opportunity to buy one-of-a-kind tote bags this Saturday inside FC Dallas Stadium.
Totes made from FCD light pole banners from the 2011 playoffs will be for sale on the north concourse before and during Saturday's match vs the Montreal Impact.
The tote bags measure 12 in. x 15 in. and cost $20 each. The reused banners are made of vinyl.
Also available for purchase are smaller zipper bags at $15 each.
There are a limited supply and all proceeds benefit the FC Dallas Foundation.
NEW YORK – A week after suspending three players for on-field actions, the Major League Soccer Disciplinary Committee announced today that New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph has been suspended for one game and fined an undisclosed amount for a reckless challenge that endangered the safety of his opponent.
Joseph’s action occurred in the 62nd minute of the match between FC Dallas and New England Revolution on Thursday, April 5th. The veteran lost the ball in the midfield and brought Dallas midfielder Ricardo Villar down with a tackle from behind. Joseph will serve his suspension this Saturday when the Revolution play D.C. United at Gillette Stadium.
The Texas Derby comes to MLS Reserve League tonight when FC Dallas faces Houston Dynamo. Match begins at 7:30 p.m. inside FC Dallas Stadium. Fans are welcome to attend for free, but concession stands and the beer garden will not open.
Match updates will be tweeted via @FCDallas and a match recap will be posted online afterward.
FRISCO, Texas – FC Dallas midfielder Andrew Wiedeman underwent successful surgery to repair a sports hernia on Monday. Dr. Ernest Beecherl performed the surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Wiedeman is expected to miss four to six weeks with the injury.