FC Dallas 2016 Season
FC Dallas professional soccer team is right in the middle of the Western Conference pack, holding on to the number five spot. Currently their record stands at eight wins and five losses. They are on a two-game winning streak and are hoping for that to continue when they face off against one of the best teams in the nation, the DC United. Their last game versus the New England Revolution on July 4 was executed well by Dallas, ending the game at 3-0 shutout. Early in the first half, Dallas was able to score their first goal, which was enough to give them the offensive confidence that they needed. Watch them live against DC United on July 18 on their home turf. Tickets start at $18 a piece.
6/9/15 - This year the FC Dallas professional soccer team is right in the middle of the pack, holding their number five spot in the western conference. They are only trailing the Portland Timbers by one point, however on the other end the LA Galaxy are on their coattails being only one point behind. FC Dallas’ goalie, Dan Kennedy, was the shining star when they took on the Quakes on Sunday. He played incredible, which was much better than the four goals he let through against the Sporting Kansas City in May. Watch FC Dallas play live when Houston Dynamo comes to their field on June 26. Get your tickets today before it is too late. They are still available starting at $52 a piece and going up to $312.
F.C. Dallas are hoping to build on last year’s next to last place finish in the Western Conference and make another run at MLS Cup, like their just short bid in 2010. Since a fourth place, wild card berth earned in 2011, the Hoops have fallen back each year since – sixth in 2012, eighth in 2013. But going forward they have a nucleus of players for new coach Oscar Pareja to build around. Among this nucleus is Panamanian forward Blas Perez, Dallas’s leading scorer in 2012 and 2013, and Argentine designated player, midfielder Mauro Diaz. The defense is anchored by Peruvian goalkeeper Raul Fernandez.