2024 Season

SET THE STAGE: FC Dallas vs. Sporting Kansas City | 7.7.24


FC Dallas goes on the road to take on Sporting Kansas City this Sunday, July 7 at 7:30PM at Children's Mercy Park.

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 Ryan Figert 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: 6-10-5 (23 points, 11th in West)
  • SKC record: 4-13-5 (17 points, 13th in West)
  • FCD vs. SKC all-time: 30-28-14 (115 goals scored, 106 goal conceded)
  • FCD vs. SKC away: 12-16-9 (49 goals scored, 65 goal conceded)

Story Lines

Carry the Momemtum: FC Dallas heads to Kansas City with some momemtum on their side. The club earned a 3-2 comeback win over high-flying Portland Timbers Thursday night despite conceding an early goal. It was the first time FCD won at home after trailing at halftime since March of 2023 when Dallas came back to defeat Sporting Kansas City, coincindentally. Thursday night's game featured yet another multi-goal performance under interim head coach Peter Luccin's team. Since he took charge, Dallas is averaging 2.4 goals per game (12 in five games) after only scoring 18 times in the 16 games prior. Dallas will look to further improve on that tally against an SKC team that's allowed 46 goals so far this year, second most in MLS.

Rely on the Moose: Forward Petar Musa has been a near-constant bright spot in an otherwise tough season. The Croatian striker scored his 10th goal of the campaign Thursday night, becoming the seventh player in Dallas history to reach double-digit goals in his first season with the club. Musa's consistent, precise finishing has added a new dimension to Dallas' attack, which is exactly what the club was hoping for when it signed him from SL Benfica for a club-record fee in the offseason. It's pretty simple, feed The Moose and he will score. If Dallas can can provide Musa with consistent chances, he'll make opponents pay. And that's exactly what he and the team will need to do at Children's Mercy Park this Sunday.

Two-Game Stand: Sunday's match is the first of two back-to-back matches between FC Dallas and Sporting Kansas City at Children's Mercy Park. The clubs face off in MLS play Sunday before rematching in the quartarfinals of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup three days later on Wednesday, July 10. That adds an interesting wrinkle to Sunday's league meeting: with just a few days' rest between matches, do the teams actually put higher priority on the second game in terms of lineup rotation? There's certainly a good argument for it. A victory in the quarterfinal means you're just two more wins away from a major trophy. And with both clubs near the wrong end of the Western Conference in MLS play, a deep Cup Run looks sweeter and sweeter. The only people who can answer that are FCD interim head coach Peter Luccin and longtime SKC head coach Peter Vermes. Either way, there's a lot riding on the next few days for both these teams.