FRISCO, Texas – Soccer and fireworks have been a Toyota Stadium Fourth of July tradition for as long as we can remember! Whether you're a Season Ticket Member or it’s your first-time visiting Toyota Stadium, here's everything you need to know to plan your game day experience.
FC Dallas Parking will open at 3 p.m. on Wednesday (parking attendants will be checking for tickets or parking passes before 6 p.m.). For the Fourth of July, the Sienna North Blue lot will be closed due to fireworks set up. Please note the Tundra Platinum Lot, Sienna Blue South Lot and Camry Gold Lot all require a parking pass for match days. All other lots are free as indicated in the parking map (click to enlarge map).
GATES + SEATING
Gates for the match will open at 6:30 p.m. The first 5,000 fans will receive CoServ light-up bam sticks.
Please note the clear bag policy will be in effect. In the event of inclement weather, NO umbrellas are allowed, but ponchos are acceptable. The game should be played rain or shine, but lightning in the area can delay the match.
Click here for a map of Toyota Stadium and FC Dallas seating.
PREGAME + POSTGAME HIGHLIGHTS
- Reigning IMPACT Wrestling World Champion Brian Cage will be at the match and scarf the Lamar Hunt statue at 7:30 p.m and attempt a halftime PK!
- Soccer 90 will be selling limited-edition Americana training tops that will be worn by both FC Dallas and D.C. United during the processional.
- Speaking of Americana, he FC Dallas Foundation will be auctioning an Americana training top signed by FC Dallas players as well as those worn before the match by the players. Fans can bid by using the DASH App – text FCD to 66866 to download.
- Stay in your seats or head to Party Off the Pitch after the match for views of the biggest fireworks show in North Texas!
When fans use their Chase card, Aquafina bottled water (all sizes) will be offered for only $1, courtesy of Chase.
Our partners at Legends have cooked up a variety of menu options including old classics and new eats. Click here to see the 2019 Toyota Stadium Food Map, including our 3 Points Stand offering $3 menu items at the south end of the stadium.
Also new this season, Heineken Red Star Club and Heineken Corner (located in the south west corner of the stadium), Pepsi Patio (in the south end of the stadium) and Chick-fil-A concession, Mike’s Hard Lemonade Lounge (above section 132).
Great seats are still available, but if you can't make it, you can catch the game on Texas21, the FCDTV Network or stream the broadcast on ESPN+ (outside of Dallas-Fort Worth). You can also listen to Mark Followill and Steven Davis online FCDallas.com/radio or Carlos Alvarado and Rafa Calderon on 1270AM en español.