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21 July 10:52 am

After a tough start to the season, Andres Escobar is red hot with four goals and an assist in his last eight games in MLS/USOC and he scored his first game-winning goal on Saturday night in the 2-0 win over New England. According to the OPTA Chalkboard, Escobar led all players with four key passes on Saturday night and his 92 actions were third highest on the team.

Andres' 29th minute goal was #10 on ESPNFC's goals of the weekend and it has been nominated for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week, so show your appreciation for his game on Saturday by voting for him early and often this week!

Vote Andres!


WATCH: GOTW Week 19

 


 

19 July 11:17 pm

FCDTV brings you The Final Word after tonight's 2-0 win over New England:

 

19 July 10:21 pm

Here are your match highlights from FC Dallas' 2-0 win over the New England Revolution Saturday night:

19 July 9:44 pm

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18 July 5:29 pm

Hear from Oscar Pareja, Moises Hernandez & Zach Loyd ahead of Saturday's game vs New England:

18 July 3:30 pm

The FC Dallas Foundation has partnered with Friends of Rob to sponsor the TX Shootout benefiting the Rob Harper Memorial Fund, which raises money to provide access to rec soccer to underprivileged young players.

SIGN UP for the TX Shootout benefiting the Rob Harper Memorial Fund

Rob Harper grew up in Richardson, Texas. He began playing soccer at age 8 in youth leagues and went on to play for select teams, JJ Pearce High School and SMU.  He loved the game and continued playing on adult recreational teams and served as a referee and youth team coach for many years. Upon his untimely death at age 52, Rob's former teammates and associates (Friends of Rob) were so moved by Rob’s memory and the impact he made on their lives that they have established this Memorial Fund to realize Rob’s hopes of helping introduce young kids to the sport of soccer who otherwise would not have the opportunity.

DONATE directly to the Rob Harper Memorial Fund

The TX Shootout benefiting the Rob Harper Memorial Fund will take place Friday, October 17 at Elm Fork Shooting Range in Dallas. Details for the event are as follows:

Schedule: Check-in at 8 am; Competition begins at 9 am
Teams: Four-person teams
Awards: Prizes will be given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams
Entry Fees: $150 per shooter
Extras: Raffles & Silent Auction will be held during lunch

All participants MUST sign a waiver of liability form on-site

Lunch, golf cart, score card and goody bag provided

Bring your own guns and ammo. Gun rental is available and ammo can be purchased on site

Click here for the Elm Fork Shooting Range rules and regulations

Sponsorships: The Sponsorship team deadline is September 15.

Sniper:  $5,000

  • Exclusive presenter of the event with logo placement with the TX Shootout logo
  • Logo on promo give away + Assassin privileges
  • Includes one four-man team

Assassin: $2,000

  • Logo on the e-vite, event website, media release and onsite signage + Sure Shot Partner privileges
  • Includes one four-man team

Sure Shot: $1,000

  • Name recognition onsite as well as on the event website + Station Partner privileges
  • Includes one four-man team

Station Partner: $500

  • Logo at a station along the course
  • DOES NOT include team registration

SIGN UP as a sponsor of the TX Shootout benefiting the Rob Harper Memorial Fund

If you'd like to donate an auction item for this event, please email Melissa Reddick at mreddick@fcdallas.com.

18 July 3:22 pm

Matt Doyle & Dan Haiek of MLSsoccer.com break down Saturday's game vs New England:

18 July 3:06 pm

Here are your Keys to the Match pres. by Toyota for Saturday's match against New England: