The 2023 full-season media credential application will open in February.
Media members who plan to cover any match during the 2023 season must have an FC Dallas media credential and RSVP to Marleine Calderon (MCalderon@FCDallas.com) 48-hours prior to match day to reserve a press box seat, parking spot and/or meal.
There will be a single-match credential application available in late February for media members who will not cover more than 75 percent of FC Dallas’ home games at Toyota Stadium. Single-match credentials should be requested no later than 48-hours prior to match day.
Applying for credentials does not guarantee credentials will be approved. The 2023 full-season media credentials will be distributed at the discretion of the FC Dallas Media & Communications staff and are reserved for working media members.
Credentials will be for working media over the age of 18 that need access to designated media locations to produce editorial coverage, not solely to watch the match. This includes newspapers, TV, radio and legitimate digital websites that produce consistent and professional content adhering to accepted journalistic principles.
Media members credentialed as photographers and videographers are expected to use professional equipment. The use of equipment such as ‘point and shoot’ style cameras or mobile telephones that are not considered professional equipment will result in access being restricted or revoked.
The 2023 FC Dallas media credentials will grant media access to FC Dallas home games at Toyota Stadium, including regular season, postseason, friendlies, Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and Leagues Cup, as well as North Texas Soccer Club games at Choctaw Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Media members are expected to dress professionally. This includes no jerseys or team representation of any kind, no matter the team or sport.
Media members should not use credential for preferential access, such as autographs, photographs, personal requests or access to general seating reserved for ticketed guests of Toyota Stadium.
Any media member who violates the guidelines listed above is at risk of having their credentials revoked.