2024 Season

SET THE STAGE: FC Dallas vs. LAFC | 6.1.24


FC Dallas remains on the West Coast to take on Los Angeles FC this Saturday, June 1 at 9:30PM at BMO Stadium.

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


The match will be streamed in both English and Spanish on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.


English: You can listen to all the action on the FC Dallas app and Talk Radio 1190AM. Host Sam Hale will provide pregame and postgame coverage beginning at 9PM with broadcasters Owen Newkirk 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 9:30PM.

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Head-to-Head Records

  • FCD record: 3-7-4 (13 points, 12th in West)
  • LAFC record: 8-4-3 (27 points, 3rd in West)
  • FCD vs. LAFC all-time: 3-5-2 (12 goals scored, 16 goals conceded)
  • FCD vs. LAFC away: 0-4-1 (3 goals scored, 10 goals conceded)

Story Lines

Two-Game Road Trip: It's a busy week on the West Coast for FC Dallas. The club traveled to California on Tuesday for a two-game business trip: LA Galaxy on Wednesday and LAFC on Saturday. Dallas fell 3-1 to the Galaxy in a contest that saw LA awarded two penalties; one of which was stopped by goalkeeper Maarten Paes. Patrickson Delgado scored FCD's lone goal, a fantastic first-time strike that kissed the bottom of the crossbar. It wasn't enough, though, and FCD will continue to wait for their first road win of the year. If Dallas is going to end that wait this Saturday against LAFC, they'll have to do something no FCD team has done before: win at BMO Stadium. The club is 0-4-1 at LAFC's home ground and has only scored three times in those five attempts.

New Attacking Threat: FC Dallas appears to have a new attacking threat (and not one you'd expect). Ten days ago, Patrickson Delgado had never scored in his pro career. Now, he's FCD's second-leading scorer with three goals. The 20-year-old Ecuadorian opened his account in the U.S. Open Cup last week with a powerful strike from a well-worked short corner routine. Three days later, he scored from 40 yards out when RSL goalkeeper Zac MacMath rushed out of his area and miskewed a clearance right to Patrickson's feet. Four days after that, Patrickson grabbed FCD's equalizer against the Galaxy with a first-time effort that clipped the bottom of the crossbar. Although Patrickson was signed as a holding midfielder, head coach Nico Estévez has been quick to point out that he's naturally a creative midfielder who projects longterm as a box-to-box player; hence Estévez playing him as one of the Number 10s behind the striker in recent weeks. If FCD is going to take down LAFC at their home this Saturday, Patrickson may need to perform his goal-scoring heroics once again.

LAFC: LAFC is among the league's most in-form teams. Steve Cherundolo's men have won five of their last six games and have only tasted defeat once in their last nine. That red-hot form has seen the club vault up to third place in the Western Conference, just behind neighbors LA Galaxy. On top of that, LAFC is undefeated at home this season, posting a 6-0-2 record at BMO Stadium. Their attack is led by last season's Golden Boot winner, Denis Bouanga, who's tallied nine goals and five assists so far this campaign. Bouanga scored the game-winner last time FCD traveled to BMO Stadium and FCD's backline (which is short-handed after Nkosi Tafari's red card against LAG) will need to keep a close eye on the Gabon international to have a chance taking all three points back home to Dallas.