Full match highlights from FC Dallas' 2-0 loss to the Seattle Sounders.
SAVE: Zach Loyd clears Mauro Rosales' attempt from the line.
SAVE: Bryan Meredith denies Scott Sealy the go-ahead goal.
GOAL: Fredy Montero scores to give Seattle the 1-0 lead.
GOAL: Montero bags a brace just two minutes later with this diving header.
Tonight's match between FC Dallas and the Seattle Sounders is broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest Plus. The telecast goes live at 7:30 p.m. CT and features Jonathan Yardley and Ian Joy as broadcasters.
Here's where to find Fox Sports Southwest Plus locally:
Time Warner – Ch. 906 (digital cable)
Charter Cable – Ch. 300
DirecTV – Ch. 677 (677-1 HD)
Dish – Ch. 445 (9515 HD)
U-Verse Ch. 756 (1756 HD)
Fios – Ch. 77 (577 HD)
NEW YORK – The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Seattle Sounders FC defender Leo González one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for endangering the safety of his opponent in the 88th minute of the Sounders game against Philadelphia Union on May 5. González stepped on the leg of prone Union defender Sheanon Williams. (VIDEO)
González will serve his suspension this Wednesday when FC Dallas host Sounders FC at 7:30 p.m. CT.
Fines collected will be donated to the charitable partners of MLS W.O.R.K.S. and the MLS Players Union.
Yellow cards are symbolic of mishaps on the soccer pitch, but we all can admit to having our own “yellow card” moments off the field too.
Snap a photo of a yellow card moment in your everyday life (a man walking into the women's restroom…come on!), submit it to email@example.com and one person could receive the following MVP package presented by [ yellow tail ]:
o 8 tickets in the [ yellow tail ] yellow card row for May 19 match vs Philadelphia Union
o Limo transportation to and from the game for winner and 7 guests
o VIP greeting upon arrival at FC Dallas Stadium
o On-field for warms ups
o Deliver Coin Toss
o Complimentary glass of wine
o Complimentary pictures from the night
We’ve even included a yellow card for you to print off and use - so get creative.
Submissions are due by 5 p.m. CT on May 15. *Must be 21 or older
5/8 - 4:55 PM UPDATE: Thanks for all of the submissions. Our six winners are: Kevin McDonald, Courtney Smith, Alex Kapur, Adam Asmar, Brian Killingsworth and Dee Hilty.
We have six pairs of west sideline seats up for grabs in this week's ticket giveaway. Win them by completing this FCDallas.com scavenger hunt. First six entries with all the correct answers will win tickets to tomorrow's 7:30 p.m. match vs Seattle. All the answers can be found on FCDallas.com. We had a strong response last week when we did this, so get your answers in quick!
- What MLS team did James Marcelin previously play for?
- How many road games does FC Dallas have in May?
- Who is the Director of Marketing and Digital Media?
- What TV show has Kevin Hartman been watching lately?
- What are the dates of the Elite Girls Residential Camp?
- What were the scores of the two Pioneer Cup matches in 2011?
- How many minutes has Zach Loyd played this season?
Sucks to play two men down for the majority of the game, but we at the Power Rankings Politburo would encourage Dallas players to stop kicking the other guys and focus a bit more on playing a bit of jôgo bonito. They have the talent for it.
Full match highlights from FC Dallas' 2-0 loss to the Colorado Rapids.
RED CARD: Daniel Hernandez ejected after second yellow card.
RED CARD: Blas Perez sees straight red for challenge on Drew Moor.
GOAL: Jaime Castrillon gives the Rapids the 1-0 advantage.
GOAL: Martin Rivero doubles the advantage for the visiting side.
SAVE: Kevin Hartman denies Jeff Larentowicz on the free kick opportunity.
The start of May is the start of a new monthly contest on FCDallas.com.
We want you - the fans - to submit your best photos of anything and everything FC Dallas.
You can be at FC Dallas Stadium taking in a match with your friends, at a local pub watching the boys pick up three road points or on vacation traveling with your FC Dallas scarf.
The best photos will compete in an online vote at the end of the month.
The winner not only gets to bask in FCD glory but will also receive a gift from the FC Dallas Team Store.
So start snapping shots, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and may the best photo win!
Friday, May 4
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|Chivas USA vs. Chicago||10 pm CT||
Saturday, May 5
Sunday, May 6
|Match||Time||National TV||Local TV||Online|
|Dallas vs. Colorado||6 pm CT||
FS South West (DAL)
Blackout rules may apply.
NEW YORK –Today a group of professional soccer players, including FC Dallas' Zach Loyd, Brek Shea and Andrew Wiedeman, made history by banding together to support the cause of ending homelessness through sport. Acting completely independently and charitably across 13 cities in 3 countries, 21 soccer players formed the first-ever independent charitable alliance by active professional athletes. The Sport for Social Change Ambassadors program serves Street Soccer USA (SSUSA), a non-profit organization that transfers life and job skills to homeless youth and adults through sports; SSUSA operates programs in 20 U.S. cities and achieves a 75% success rate in connecting their participants to further education, employment, housing, and other services.
The Ambassadors’ purpose is to directly improve the lives of the homeless youth and adults in their community in addition to rallying the community around the cause of ending homelessness. Current SSUSA player, TK Ajiboye, who was homeless in NYC for a year and a half, used the SSUSA program to escape homelessness. In support of TK, Ambassador and Premier League player Emmerson Boyce flew from England to attend TK’s recent graduation from community college. “Having professional soccer players supporting me was an unbelievable feeling,” TK said, “getting support like that makes me want to do more for others.”
Ambassadors’ social change efforts extend to on-the-field performances as well. The first Ambassador, league leading scorer for two consecutive years Chris Wondolowski, makes his difference by donating $100 dollars for every goal he scores. So far he’s second in the league with eight goals in eight games and his club, the San Jose Earthquakes, have matched his pledge. Fans in the Bay Area have also supported Wondolowski’s efforts with donations for each goal.
Ambassador and New York Red Bulls midfielder Dax McCarty has led the recruitment of Ambassadors. “As professional athletes, we are leaders on and off the field. Soccer is a team sport, so we know what it means to support others, so we want to share that with the community. In the end, fighting homelessness and poverty needs to be a team sport as well.”
MLS teams have followed the players’ lead and are actively supporting the cause in New York, Dallas, D.C., and San Jose. The full list of the first wave of Ambassadors can be viewed at www.streetsoccerusa.org/press_and_media/Ambassadors and includes:
Eddie Ababio – Colorado Rapids
Juan Agudelo – New York Red Bulls
Eric Avila – Toronto FC
Johnny Borrajo – New York Red Bulls
Emmerson Boyce – Wigan Athletic (England)
Jeb Brovsky – Montreal Impact
Jon Busch- San Jose Earthquakes
Kenny Cooper – New York Red Bulls
Stephen Keel – New York Red Bulls
Zach Loyd – FC Dallas
Dax McCarty – New York Red Bulls
Lee Nguyen – New England Revolution
Heath Pearce – Chivas USA
Chris Pontius – DC United
Kofi Sarkodie – Houston Dynamo
Brek Shea – FC Dallas
Clyde Simms – New England Revolution
Kirk Urso – Columbus Crew
Michael Videira – Chicago Fire
Andrew Wiedeman – FC Dallas
Chris Wondolowski – San Jose Earthquakes