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Major League Soccer has its share of connections with the National Football League. But the MLS is also tied to the pigskin legacy of the defunct American Football League, thanks to the Hunt family.
The Hunts, owners of the Kansas City Chiefs, founded FC Dallas (then known as the Dallas Burn) in 1996 as one of ten charter members of the league. To accentuate the American football connection, the club played home matches at the Cotton Bowl. As early as 1997, Hunt's boys reached the Western Conference MLS Cup finals, and defeated reigning MLS champion D.C. United to win the U.S. Open Cup.
Jason Kreis was arguably the biggest star of the Dallas Burn, an all-time franchise leader in appearances who scored 91 goals and 65 assists (65). The forward and part-time midfielder won league MVP honors in 1999. Carlos Ruiz was also a multi-season star. But it was full-time midfielder Oscar Pareja who came to help define the Burn and later FC Dallas with immaculate play and coaching.
Meanwhile, the Dallas Burn became "FC Dallas" in 2005 during an overall league transformation to a more worldly vibe. FC Dallas in recent years has become one of the Western Conference’s perennial playoff contenders, regularly competing for the Western Conference crown and becoming a mainstay in the MLS Cup playoff race each season. FC Dallas has also claimed multiple U.S Open Cup championships and has appeared in the CONCACAF Champions League as a MLS representative. FC Dallas is a multiple-time Western Conference champion. There’s no shortage of accolades for the club in its long and decorated MLS history, and FC Dallas supporters expect top-end results from their home team.
With the aforementioned storied history in MLS, FC Dallas has been able to attract top talent to the club during its time – and many of those players have come from within its own homegrown developmental system.
Frequently Asked Questions About FC Dallas Tickets and Games
How much are FC Dallas tickets?
FC Dallas ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, FC Dallas tickets can be found for $32.00, on average.
When do FC Dallas tickets go on sale?
Individual FC Dallas tickets go on sale in February.
Where do FC Dallas play?
The FC Dallas home games are played at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX.
Do I need to print FC Dallas tickets?
Print-at-home tickets are being discontinued for MLS games. FC Dallas are using mobile ticket entry to all games.
Does my child need a ticket for FC Dallas games?
Each MLS team has their own child ticket policy. Some teams have age requirements, others have restrictions on height and some have both. The FC Dallas policy states all children under 36 inches are free.
How long are FC Dallas games?
FC Dallas matches consist of two 45-minute halves, with a halftime break of 15 minutes.
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