Houston Dynamo Lines

Becoming the second team in Texas, the Houston Dynamo shot out the gate winning the MLS Cup in both their first and second year. Since then the club has settled down but remained competitive. Houston Dynamo lines can provide bettors big time thrills. Check at the start of each season and after each game to see what can be expected from Houston. Relocating from San Jose in 2006, the Dynamo were instantly able to find success. In their first two years they won the MLS Cup – defeating New England in both cases.

Houston Dynamo Next Game

Houston Dynamo next game lines can be found right here for every week all season long. Check them out often as they move up and down throughout the week. 

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Houston Dynamo Score

Houston Dynamo scores and their remaining schedule can be found on this page. Scan through previous and look at the upcoming matches to pick better games and win bigger payouts.

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Houston Dynamo Standings

Moving back to the West in 2015 did no services for the Houston Dynamo standings as the team has struggled. Watch the standings below to see when Houston will rejoin the elite teams of the Western Conference.

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Houston Dynamo Record

The Dynamo have fielded a playoff level team 7 times in their first 8 years before missing the playoffs in both 2014 and 2015. During that 8 year stretch Houston went to four MLS Cups losing twice to the LA Galaxy. After their last defeat the franchise has regressed and is likely to enter a three year playoff drought (2014-2016) after making it every year but one from 2006 to 2013.  

With their history in the MLS Cup finals Houston has a rival with both the New England Revolution and the LA Galaxy. Neither one of those two teams are Houston’s primary rival as that honour goes to Dallas FC. Dallas and Houston compete annually for the El Capitan – a replica cannon. As the rival enters its eleventh year in 2016, the two teams have split the annual meetings. Houston and Sporting Kansas City have a rivalry, and with both teams moving from the East to the West in 2015, the rival shall continue. 

The current home of the Houston Dynamo is BBVA Compass Stadium. Opening its doors in 2012, the stadium has a capacity of 22,000, with over 50% of the stadium being occupied by season ticketholders. As attendance at the home games has risen since the team moved to the park in 2012, Houston benefits from its home crowd being filled with passionate, dedicated fans. Houston actually saw a 20% increase in attendance when they moved to BBVA Compass Stadium even though its former home Robertson Stadium had a capacity of over 32,000.