- $19 for endline seating in sections 112–121 ($51.50 total value)
- $28 for east sideline seating in sections 122–125 or 129–132 ($66.65 total value)
- Includes a pregame VIP on-field experience ($15 value) and an $8 meal voucher valid at any DFW-area McDonald’s
- Click here to view the seating chart
Before the start of the match, guests will have the chance to watch players warm up during a 15-minute on-field experience. The experience is only available to guests who arrive at least 45 minutes prior to the start of the match; instructions are included in the will-call envelope.
The Scouting Report
When FC Dallas lost a home bout with the LA Galaxy on August 15, it was just its second home loss of the season. Granted, the Galaxy is the Western Conference’s top-ranked team, and the simple fact remains: Dallas is really good at home. In fact, with two months to go in the 2015 regular season, FC Dallas is poised for a return trip to the playoffs thanks largely to its dominant home stands, where the crowd helps them out by pointing out where the ball is at all times. As the season winds down, the club will look for continued leadership from 18-year-old striker Fabian Castilo, who leads the team in goals and assists. This should-win matchup with Real Salt Lake on August 29 can help the club solidify a berth in the MLS postseason.
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 storied history. The club found glory early, winning the US Open Cup in 1997 with a victory over D.C. United; since then, it has qualified a dozen times. The shouted blessings of steadfast supporters echo among the 20,500 seats of Toyota Stadium, especially in grudge matches against their three chief rivals: the Houston Dynamo, the Chicago Fire, and the Columbus Crew.