FC Dallas signed Dante Sealy as a Homegrown Player on February 26, 2019.
Languages Spoken: English
2021: Sealy made six appearances off the bench and played a total of 62 minutes. He got his name on the goal sheet on one occasion. Sealy scored his first goal for FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium in a 4-1 win vs. Portland Timbers in the 85th minute on May 1. On August 11, Sealy was loaned out to PSV Eindhoven U-23 team for the remainder of the 2021 season until June 2023 with an option to buy.
2020:* Came off the bench in five different occasions, playing a total of 49 minutes in those appearances. Made his MLS debut in the 87th minute on September 9 vs. Minnesota United. Made his Toyota Stadium debut vs. Columbus Crew in the 74th minute on October 3.
2019: Played 19 regular season games (started 10) for North Texas Soccer Club totaling 967 minutes. Totaled seven clearances, 16 interceptions, and 18 tackles with the club. He tied for second on the team with three assists, which he marked in a two-game stretch. Scored his first professional goal and the first goal of the game June 1, 2019 against the Richmond Kickers starting off a three-goal run for North Texas that match.
Sealy has been called up to represent the U.S. Youth National Team at different levels, including the U-17 National Team in 2017 and the U-16 National Team camp in September 2018. Sealy was also part of the U-16 USYNT that finished third at Torneo delle Nazioni in Italy in April 2018. The 15-year-old holds dual eligibility for both the U.S. and Trinidad and Tobago federations because of his father Scott Sealy played for Trinidad and Tobago. Sealy was called to represent the U-16 United States Youth National Team for the 2019 Youth International Friendlies. Led the USYNT with two goals in the friendly against Turkey.
FC Dallas Academy
Dante joined the FC Dallas Academy at the age of eight when his father signed with FC Dallas in March 2012. Sealy grew up through the Academy and has scored 51 goals in 55 U.S. Soccer Development Academy appearances since 2015.