FC Dallas is on Mixlr

FC Dallas will stream all 34 regular season MLS matches right here on FCDallas.com/Radio in English.

1270AM Amore Celestial returns as the official Spanish broadcast for FC Dallas games. All broadcasts on 1270AM will also feature a 30-minute pregame and 30-minute postgame show.


ENGLISH

Steve Davis @SteveDavis90

2018 marks Davis’ fifth year on FC Dallas' broadcast team. He has covered Major League Soccer since the league's first kick in 1996 for The Dallas Morning News, ESPN.com, SI.com and NBC's ProSoccerTalk. Davis currently covers national and international soccer for FourFourTwo/USA.

Davis also hosts ESPN Soccer Today on Dallas’ 103.3 ESPN Radio. The shows airs Sunday mornings at 9CT.

Davis has also covered six World Cups on four continents. He has played soccer since his childhood at youth and amateur levels. He also coaches youth and amateur soccer in his spare time. Davis believes in teaching soccer in ways that kids will love and play the game when they are 50 years old!


Tyler Kern (@TylerAKern)

Tyler Kern is a radio broadcast professional from Dallas, Texas who joined the FC Dallas radio broadcast team in 2017.

He began producing the ESPN Soccer Today radio show in 2014 and moved into the role of co-host in early 2017. Tyler also produces two daily political news talk shows for a local radio station. He resides near White Rock Lake in east Dallas with his wife and two dogs. 

SPANISH

Carlos Alvarado @GolAlvarado

Alvarado has served as FC Dallas play-by-play voice en Espanol since the club’s inception in 1996. He is also a well-known voiceover artist who produces a variety of commercial work.

Alvarado has provided play-by-play for Champions League Cup, CONCACAF and a variety of other matches throughout his career.

The El Salvador native lives in Rockwall, TX.


Rafa Calderon @RaffaSoccer

Rafa Calderon has served as FC Dallas’ radio color analyst since 2001. He also provides soccer analysis for Univision, ESPN, Azteca America, BEin Sports, Television Deportes Network and JugoTV.

The former goalkeeper played professional in the U.S. and Mexico, having spent time with LigaMX’s Tigres, Club America, Morelia, Santos Laguna, Necaxa, Veracruz and Pumas. He also played in the U.S. with Dallas Kickers, Dallas Rockets, Dallas Americans, America FC and Toros FC.

He has also been a head coach for a variety of teams in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He has served as the National Scouting Director of Alianza de Futbol since 2011. Calderon also serves as a member of the Dallas Cup Advisory Board.