Will Bruin (Houston Dynamo) scores in 3' off left footed shot from the center of the box.
Jackson scores in 2nd half to level it 1-1.
Adam Moffat (Houston Dynamo) goal winds up being the winner for Houston.
GK Kevin Hartman with an incredible double save.
In our popular Crush the Orange video, FC Dallas players are destroying oranges in as many different ways as possible.
In that spirit, a special delivery is arriving this morning at Houston-area media, the Dynamo front office (including their president) and MLS headquarters.
It's the FC Dallas Crush the Orange box, which includes the following:
- An FC Dallas branded hammer
- A large bag of oranges labeled as the Dynamo, of course
- FC Dallas sunglasses
- DVD of both the Crush the Orange and FC Dallas Wants El Capitan Back videos
The delivery is a do-it-yourself Crush the Orange package. Something we're sure the Dynamo and Houston media will love.
It's Texas Derby time!
Join your fellowFC Dallas fans this Saturday, June 16 at 6 p.m. at The Rugby House Pub off Preston Rd. and 121 for our Crush the Orange Party at the Pubs watch party.
Defender Ugo Ihemelu will sign autographs from 6-6:30 p.m. and the first 100 fans will receive mini FC Dallas soccer balls.
Door prizes include an FC Dallas Fathead, an autographed FC Dallas ball, FC Dallas scarfs, match tickets and more! The FC Dallas Girls and Tex Hooper will also make an appearance and all Bud Light pints are $3!
FC Dallas' Blas Perez scored twice in the second half Friday night to lead the Panamanian National Team to a 2-0 win over Honduras in the first World Cup Qualifying match of this round for CONCACAF.
After a scoreless first half, Perez opened the scoring with a wicked strike from the top of the box in the 64' to give Panama the lead.
His second goal was even more spectacular - a header off a cross in the 80' to seal the deal.
With the win Panama earned three points and is in first place with Canada in Group C of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying, ahead of Honduras and Cuba. Panama faces Cuba on Tuesday and is trying to reach the World Cup for the first time in the country's history.
Blas' two goals are below. Enjoy the very excited announcers:
Congratulations to Luke and Beth Anderson and, of course, Baby Jack. They are the winner of May's Fan Photo of the Month contest. They will receive an FC Dallas scarf from the team store as a prize.
The contest runs every month, so don't forget to send in photos for June to firstname.lastname@example.org. Some great opportunities this month include the Texas Derby in Houston and our home game vs Chivas USA.
The 2012 European Championships kicked off today and tomorrow FCD gets involved.
Saturday, June 9 during the Netherlands vs. Denmark (11 a.m.) and Germany vs. Portugal matches (1:45 p.m.), the FC Dallas Girls will stopping by each FC Dallas pub partner in the DFW area.
The Girls will be handing out FC Dallas sunglasses, bottle openers, pint glasses, and more! So be sure to get out to one of our pub partners and get your picture taken with the girls while you cheer on your favorite European team.
NEW YORK – ¡MLS Futbolito!™, one of the nation’s most successful grassroots soccer initiatives, celebrates its 10th anniversary with its 2012 tour, returning to soccer fields across the United States this summer, as thousands of soccer players of all ages will again lace up their cleats to participate in Major League Soccer’s official 4-v-4 tournament, hosted locally by MLS clubs. The national tour makes its stop in North Texas on July 28 at FC Dallas Stadium.
MLS Futbolito, one of the largest touring Hispanic events hosted by a U.S. professional sports league, is a series of all-day events targeting the League’s growing multicultural fan base and hosted by the local MLS clubs. Approximately 50,000 people, between participants ages 6 to 55 and spectators, attended MLS Futbolito 2011 across eight events from coast to coast.
“It is with great pride that Major League Soccer celebrates the 10th anniversary of ¡MLS Futbolito!™,” said Russell Sargeant, senior director of partnership marketing for MLS. “Hundreds of thousands of participants have enjoyed this grassroots initiative over the years. It has become an event for the whole family to attend. We would also like to thank all of our corporate partners who have contributed to making this program possible. Without their commitment and support, ¡MLS Futbolito!™ would not be the success that we see today.”
MLS Futbolito will continue to work with MLS W.O.R.K.S., the League’s community outreach initiative to support programs such as Active Bodies Active Minds, a soccer-center initiative that provides resources to motivate, reward and encourage children to live a healthy lifestyle through fitness and nutrition.
Associate level partners for MLS Futbolito are adidas, Allstate, The Home Depot, Makita, Pepsi, Quaker, Volkswagen and Xbox.
For further information about MLS Futbolito, visit the event’s official site: www.MLSFutbolito.com. Below is the 2012 MLS Futbolito schedule, including park addresses, as well as the official competition format and registration information.
2012 MLS Futbolito Schedule
Sunday, June 17 – Houston (Hosted by Houston Dynamo)
HASP – Houston Amateur Sports Park
12131 Kirby Dr.
Houston, TX 77045
Saturday, June 23 – Chicago (Hosted by Chicago Fire)
5501 West Fullerton Avenue
Chicago, IL 60639
Sunday, July 8 – New England (Hosted by New England Revolution)
1 Patriot Place
Foxborough, MA 02035
Saturday, July 14 – New York City (Hosted by New York Red Bulls)
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
13140 Fowler Avenue
Flushing, NY 11355
Saturday, July 28 – Dallas (Hosted by FC Dallas)
Complex at FC Dallas Stadium
9200 World Cup Way
Frisco, TX 75034
Saturday, August 4 – Washington, D.C (Hosted by D.C. United)
18031 Central Park Cir.
Boyds, MD 20841
Sunday, August 12 – (Hosted by Philadelphia Union)
Science & Discovery High School
1100 W. 10th Street
Chester, PA 19013
Sunday, August 19 – Los Angeles (Hosted by Chivas USA)
7000 Park Lane
Bell Gardens, CA 90201
Competition Format and Registration Information
The 4-v-4 tournament is open to players of all ages, abilities and affiliations. Team rosters can consist of up to seven players (four field players and three substitutes) and each team will play in round-robin action, with the possibility of advancing to the single-elimination championship playoff.
Teams registered for the competition will be divided according to age groups and competitive levels with winners in each division receiving prizes. In addition to participating, each registered player will receive a ticket to an MLS match (in applicable markets), and the chance to win prizes from the sponsors. There will be $3,000 in cash prizes ($2,000 for first place and $1,000 for second place) for adult premier.
More information on the competitions and events in both English and Spanish can be found on the official web site for Futbolito: www.MLSFutbolito.com. Teams can register for competitions, obtain all rules and regulations and learn about the competition dates and locations. Additionally, interested participants with questions can call toll-free at +1-888-MLS-FUTBOLITO. The entrance fee is $150 per team for those competing in the Adult Premier Division and $120 per team for all other participants.
Here are the Top 5 photos of the month from May. Now it's up to you, the fans, to pick the winner. Voting runs through Thursday, June 7 at 5 p.m.
More than 80,000 people attended Sunday's friendly between Brazil and Mexico at Cowboys Stadium. FC Dallas was there too - players & their families watched from a suite and FCD messaging was on the big board and field boards.