2024 Season

SET THE STAGE: FC Dallas vs. CF Montréal | 3.2.24


FC Dallas is looking to make it two wins from two to begin 2024 with another home match this Saturday against CF Montréal at 7:30PM at Toyota Stadium.

Here's everything you need to know before the match.

How to Watch

The match will be available for FREE on Apple TV, as well as on MLS Season Pass.

FCD broadcasting legend Mark Followill will call the game in English alongside Warren Barton on Apple TV with Carlos Mauricio Ramirez and Luis Gerardo Bucci providing Spanish commentary. Since Montréal is in town, there will also be a French-language broadcast option with commentators Frederic Lord and Vincent Destouches.

How to Listen

English: You can listen to all the action on Talk Radio 1190AM and the FC Dallas app. Host Sam Hale will provide pregame and postgame coverage beginning at 7PM with broadcasters Ryan Figert and Steve Davis calling the game.

Spanish: Carlos Alvarado and Rafa Calderon will call the game in Spanish on the FC Dallas app starting at 7:30PM.

Match Overview


  • FCD record: 1-0-0 (3 points, 2nd in West)
  • MTL record: 0-0-1 (1 point, 7th in East)
  • FCD vs. MTL all-time: 5-1-3 (17 goal scored, 11 goals conceded)
  • FCD vs. MTL home: 4-0-1 (11 goal scored, 5 goals conceded)


  • Momentum: FC Dallas opened the 2024 season in outstanding fashion last Saturday. Dallas was moments away from being held to a draw at home to the San Jose Earthquakes until Homegrown wingback Dante Sealy stepped up to score a dramatic winner. Not only did Sealy's goal hand FCD all three points, it also meant the club started the season on an emotional high. Now, the task is to carry that momentum into Game 2: another home game against CF Montréal, a club FCD hasn't faced in four years. If Dallas is able to secure the win, it will be the first time the club has began a season with back-to-back victories since 2015.
  • Let the Moose Loose: Saturday has the chance to be a momentous day. Petar Musa, FC Dallas' record signing, arrived from Europe this week and is available to make his MLS debut on Saturday. Musa is a 25-year-old Croatian international striker who FC Dallas signed from Portuguese giants SL Benfica in January in a club-record deal. His arrival in Dallas was delayed while he awaited a work visa, so he wasn't able to take part in last week's home opener. But he's here now and has been training with the team since Tuesday. Although Musa isn't ready to play 90 minutes, head coach Nico Estévez indicated Musa would need "3-4 good trainings" to play 45-60 in-game minutes. Well, Musa will have four training sessions under his belt by Saturday, meaning there's a good chance the Moose gets Loose for the first time at Toyota Stadium.
  • Potential Returns: Petar Musa isn't the only player in line to make his season debut this weekend. Fellow forward Jesús Ferreira and Homegrown midfielder Paxton Pomykal both missed the home opener as they worked back to full fitness BUT could be available this time after participating fully in training this week. There's also midfielder Tsiki Ntsabeleng to think about. The 26-year-old only recently returned from his native South Africa where he was obtaining his Green Card (which means he'll no longer occupy an International Roster spot). With Ntsabeleng, Ferreira, Pomykal and Musa likely all available, coach Estévez could have some selection headaches to sort out ahead of Saturday's match against Montréal. That's a good problem to have, though.
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