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HOW TO WATCH: FC Dallas vs. Minnesota United | 8.29.2020

FRISCO, Texas - FC Dallas hosts Minnesota United FC this Saturday, Aug. 29 at 7:30PM at Toyota Stadium. FC Dallas has a perfect 3-0-0 home record against Minnesota, who joined the league in 2017. 

 

WATCH

TV: Owen Newkirk and Steve Davis will call Saturday's game on TXA21 and the FCDTV Network. Coverage begins at 7PM CT with the pregame show featuring FC Dallas Technical Director Andre Zanotta.

TXA21 is a free over-the-air station. If you do not have a cable provider, you can tune in TXA21 with a digital antenna. If you’re having trouble getting TXA21, simply rescan your TV.

ONLINE: All 2020 FC Dallas matches broadcast on TXA21 and on FCDTV Network affiliates will be available on virtual multichannel video programming distributors (vMVPD) such as YouTube TV and Hulu Live as well as on fcdallas.com/stream for viewers within DFW and FCDTV Network markets.

The match will be also be streaming on ESPN+ in English and Spanish for viewers outside DFW and the FCDTV Network markets. (ESPN+ blackout restrictions apply)*

LISTEN

English: If you're on the road and away from a TV or streaming device, you can listen to all the action on FCDallas.com/Radio hosted by Tyler Kern

Spanish: The legendary duo of Carlos Alvarado and Rafa Calderon will call the game in Spanish on KFZO-FM 99.1 Zona MX, starting at 7PM CT.

*FC Dallas is proud to partner with TXA21 as the club’s official television home in the Dallas/Fort Worth market as well as affiliates throughout the FCDTV Network. As the club returns to play, matches will be televised in DFW on TXA21 and on KCPN (Amarillo), KMYL (Lubbock) and KTPN (Tyler). Fans and viewers in those markets who do not have access to a cable provider, can watch all matches are free via an antenna on TXA21, KCPN, KMYL and KTPN or stream on virtual multichannel video programming distributors (vMVPD) such as YouTube TV and Hulu Live as well as on FCDallas.com/Stream. Fans outside of the DFW, Amarillo, Lubbock and Tyler markets, can watch them on ESPN+ ($5.99 a month). Except for those FC Dallas regular season matches that are televised nationally, all live, locally broadcast matches will be blacked out in DFW and in all FCDTV Network markets on ESPN+.
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