One of the original ten teams – FC Dallas turned Texans onto soccer back in 1996. The club has a history of fielding a strong team, but failing to capture a MLS cup. Originally titled the Dallas Burn, the club changed its moniker in 2005 and with the change the team has since seen its three most successful seasons.  After finishing at the top of the MLS in 2015, Dallas FC lines are bigger – just like everything else in Texas. 

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FC Dallas Score

Check Dallas FC scores and see their upcoming schedule here, with lines for future matches popping up throughout the season. 

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FC Dallas Standings

Two times the Dallas FC standings saw them sitting atop the Western Conference. Will this season be there next trip to the top? Check below to find out. 


FC Dallas Record

The Dallas FC rolled out of the gate making the playoffs their first seven seasons. The rolling typically stopped once the team hit the playoffs as they failed to advance to the finals every season. It wasn’t until 2010 that Dallas got through the Western Conference to their first – and as of 2015 only – Cup appearance. They were upended by the Colorado Rapids 2-1 in overtime.

When it comes to rivals, Dallas’ largest is located within the Lone Star State with them. The Houston Dynamo and Dallas play in one of the tightest rivalries in all of Major League Soccer. Their annual series is titled the Texas Derby. As Houston only joined the league in 2005, the derby finished up its tenth year in 2015 with Dallas sweeping the series to even it up 5-5.  Dallas and Columbus share a small rivalry due to the fact both teams were owned by Lamar Hunt until his passing in 2006. They play for the Lamar Hunt Pioneer Cup. Columbus has the series edge 4-3 (2007 was the first year the Cup was awarded). Before the Chicago Fire moved to the Eastern Conference in 2015, the Fire and Dallas shared a strong rivalry. They still play for the Brimstone Cup every season, but it is less impactful as they now meet less often because they are no longer in the same conference.

Dallas’ home is called Toyota Stadium – not to be confused with Toyota Park in Chicago. Dallas has played there since their rebranding in 2005 (the same year they changed their name and added grey to their kits). The stadium has a capacity of over 20,000 and typically attendance hovers around 16,000 and comes close to 20,000 during the playoffs.