Ending up with a title is the ultimate goal of anyone who has ever played pro sports or poisoned a king. Dream big with this GrouponLive deal.
- MLS package to see an FC Dallas soccer game, plus a pre-game on-field experience and McDonald’s value meal voucher valid at any north Texas McDonald’s franchise
- Where: Toyota Stadium
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Game Options * Against the Seattle Sounders on Saturday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. * Against Toronto FC on Saturday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m.
Seating and Package Options $18 for endline seating (a $46.92 total value) * One ticket for endline seating in sections 112-121 ($24.42 value) * Pre-game on-field experience ($15 value) * Coupon for a McDonald’s value meal ($7.50 value)
$29 for a sideline seating (a $60.73 total value) * One ticket for sideline seating in sections 122-125 or 129-132 ($38.23 value) * Pre-game on-field experience ($15 value) * Coupon for a McDonald’s value meal ($7.50 value)
Before the start of each match, guests will have the chance to watch players warm up and referees tune their whistles during a 15-minute on-field experience. The experience is only available to guests who arrive 45 minutes prior to the start of the match—instructions are included in the will-call envelope.
####The Scouting Report Though the 2014 season has just begun, FC Dallas has wasted no time establishing itself as a title contender. In three games—two wins and a draw—the squad has torched opposing goaltenders, scoring seven goals while surrendering only four. Following a pattern established last year, the club continues to thrive at Toyota Stadium, where it has scored all but one of its goals. The Seattle Sounders have held teams to a stingy two goals in three games and sit right behind Dallas in the Western Conference standings. With a team-high two goals in three games, Dallas forward Fabian Castillo will look to continue his hot start without having to stash lava rocks in his cleats. ####FC Dallas As one of the original 10 members of the MLS when it began in 1995, FC Dallas has had plenty of time to build a few storied rivalries. The shouted blessings of steadfast supporters echo among the 20,500 seats of Toyota Stadium, which has had attendance records broken last year amidst a growing fan base. The club's stars dismantle opponents with their spectacular footwork.