Soccer, like love, is an international language—but unlike love, it doesn't end with a pesky lawsuit. Experience the fierce body language of the world's favorite sport with today's deal: for $55, you get an east sideline ticket to both of FC Dallas's upcoming high-tension matchups against Italy's Inter Milan and New York's Red Bulls, a $105 value.
FC faces off against 2010 European Club Champion Inter Milan on August 5, and clashes with the Red Bulls, featuring international stars Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez, on September 16. Both games begin at 8 p.m. and take place under the bright, mozzarella-white lights of Pizza Hut Park in Frisco.
Still sizzling from the molten lava rock that is World Cup madness, FC Dallas's strikers and ballers will take the pitch for electrifying passing, shooting, scoring, and celebrating in their home field. The thrill of watching FC Dallas stars such as Jeff Cunningham and David Ferreira dance and spin their way down a 100-yard minefield of slide tackles and tricky fleet feet can convert even the most stubborn fan of hand sports.
Considered the world’s most popular sport and rapidly becoming America's most played sport in which all players receive a Capri Sun post-game, soccer is so significant because of its poetic simplicity: no hoops, pads, sticks, or T-shirt guns that blast out shaving cream.