2024 Season

SET THE STAGE: FC Dallas vs. Minnesota United FC | 6.8.24


FC Dallas is back on the road to take on Minnesota United FC this Saturday, June 8 at 7:30PM CT at Allianz Field.

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 7PM with broadcasters Owen Newkirk and Steve Davis calling the game.

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

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Head-to-Head Records

  • FCD record: 3-8-4 (13 points, 12th in West)
  • MIN record: 8-3-4 (28 points, 3rd in West)
  • FCD vs. MIN all-time: 6-7-3 (21 goals scored, 20 goals conceded)
  • FCD vs. MIN away: 2-5-1 (7 goals scored, 12 goals conceded)

Story Lines

The Gauntlet: FC Dallas' matchup with Minnesota United is the final game of the club's toughest stretch of the season. Over the last two weeks, Dallas has faced three of the top four teams in the Western Conference: Real Salt Lake (3-3 draw on May 25), LA Galaxy (3-1 loss on May 29), and LAFC (1-0 loss on June 1). Dallas now faces the final member of the top four with third-place Minnesota United at Allianz Field. Considering FCD has only taken one point so far from this stretch, the team will be desperate for a positive result in Saint Paul.

Health Status: Dallas has been hit by the injury bug this season but things are starting to look up. Besides the team's three longerm injuries (Alan Velasco, Geovane Jesus and Paxton Pomykal), the squad is fully fit and ready to go. Considering Jesús Ferreira, Paul Arriola, Sebastian Lletget, Asier Illarramendi and Marco Farfan have all missed significant time this season, it's a rare blessing to have (almost) everyone available for selection. Now, Dallas needs to take advantage of their clean bill of health and take all three points from Minnesota.

Light Loons: Minnesota United enters Saturday's game a little lighter than usual. The club will be missing NINE players to due international duty, including regular starters Dayne St. Clair, Joseph Rosales, Robin Lod, Tani Oluwaseyi and star striker Teemu Pukki. First-year head coach Eric Ramsay has done well to lead his Loons to third place in the Western Conference but this month's international window has presented a new challenge. Although Dallas heads to Allianz Field 15 points and nine places below Minnesota in the standings, the team will feel this is an excellent opportunity to earn its first away victory of the season against the depleted Loons.