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North Texas Soccer Club Finalizes 2019 USL League One Schedule

Team to play four doubleheaders following FC Dallas matches, all home games to be played at Toyota Stadium

FRISCO - North Texas Soccer Club has finalized its inaugural USL League One schedule for 2019. Four home games will take place as the second half of doubleheaders with FC Dallas matches and will be open to all fans who purchased tickets to those FC Dallas matches. FC Dallas Season Ticket Members automatically receive tickets to every North Texas SC home match as part of their 2019 membership.

Tickets for North Texas SC home games can be purchased here.

All home match kickoff times have been confirmed, including the season opener against Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, moved to a 6 PM kickoff on Saturday, March 30 at Toyota Stadium. A postgame watch party for fans will take place in the Winners’ Club presented by WinStar World Casino and Resort following the match as FC Dallas take on Real Salt Lake at 8 PM CT.

“For the club, this first regular season game is a special part of history,” said North Texas SC head coach Eric Quill. “Everyone has been working on our USL League One franchise for a long time and we know it is an important piece in the player development model. Now that it’s here, and all the hard work behind the scenes has been done, this first game is going to be a chance for FC Dallas fans to see future stars on display.”

All 2019 home games will take place at Toyota Stadium, however, the club remains focused on identifying other areas of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex to play home games throughout the 2020 season and beyond.

The 28-game season will see North Texas SC play every other USL League One team three times, while facing Forward Madison FC a fourth time. The first meeting with Forward Madison will be the first regular season doubleheader on April 13 following FC Dallas’ match against the Portland Timbers. North Texas SC’s second and third doubleheader matches will both be against Orlando City B on April 27 and May 11, while the final doubleheader will see FC Tucson visit Toyota Stadium on August 10.