2024 Season

SET THE STAGE: FC Dallas vs. Toronto FC | 5.4.24


FC Dallas goes north of the border to take on Toronto FC this Saturday, May 4 at 6:30PM CT at BMO Field.

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


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

Joe Tolleson and Greg Sutton will call the game in English on Apple TV with Jesús Acosta and Carlos Suárez providing Spanish commentary.


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 6PM 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 6:30PM.

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Head-to-Head Records

  • FCD record: 2-5-2 (8 points, 12th in West)
  • TOR record: 5-4-1 (16 points, 4th in East)
  • FCD vs. TOR all-time: 11-2-6 (30 goals scored, 19 goals conceded)
  • FCD vs. TOR away: 3-2-3 (8 goals scored, 9 goals conceded)

Story Lines

Something to Build on: For the first time since the opening weekend, FC Dallas has a positive result to build on. The club earned its second win of the season Saturday night by defeating the Houston Dynamo 2-0 in the first leg of the Texas Derby. The victory was FCD's first since February 24 and snapped a seven-game winless run, a streak that had seen the team fall to 13th in the Western Conference. But things are looking up as Dallas snatched a much-needed three points over their biggest rivals. Although it was just one win, the result went a long way to bringing the feel-good factor back to Toyota Stadium. Now, it's up to head coach Nico Estévez and his team to carry that feeling to Toronto's BMO Field in hopes of earning FCD's first away win of the season.

The Moose is Loose: Petar "The Moose" Musa is well and truly loose in Major League Soccer. The Croatian forward scored for the second consecutive game in Dallas' 2-0 win over Houston, bringing his tally to three on the season. His opening goal last Saturday featured a tidy first touch that took him away from the defenders and opened the space for a clever chip over the on-rushing goalkeeper. That type of goal is exactly what FCD's top brass were hoping for when they broke the club's transfer record to secure Musa's services from Benfica this offseason. If Dallas can continue to supply Musa with chances in and around the opponent's box, they'll have a solid chance of leaving Toronto with points in hand.

Toronto FC: Toronto is somewhat of an unfamiliar foe for FC Dallas. Saturday will be the clubs' first meeting in two years and FCD's first trip to BMO Field since 2018. A lot has changed since then. TFC is in its first season under head coach John Herdman, and the Englishman has led his team to fourth place in the Eastern Conference with a 5-4-1 record. Toronto is headlined, of course, by Italian internationals Federico Bernardeschi and Lorenzo Insigne - who've both started the season in fine form (although Insigne has missed the last five games through injury). But their form is dwarfed by teammate Prince Owuso's. The German forward leads the team in scoring with five goals from just six starts, meaning FC Dallas will need to keep a close eye on him this Saturday.