- $36 for one east sideline ticket, plus a post-game photo on the field ($15 value for the photo; up to $57.75 total value)
- Available matches: Saturday, March 19, at 8 p.m. (Montreal Impact)
- Click here to view the seating chart
The Scouting Report
FC Dallas had a relatively drama-free season in 2015—that is, until the playoffs started. After cruising into the postseason tied with New York for the most regular-season points, the team squared off against the Clint Dempsey-led Seattle Sounders in one of the league’s most memorable showdowns in recent years. The series’s deciding match saw three lead-changing goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation, forcing extra time. Finally, after 30 additional scoreless minutes, FC Dallas emerged victorious on penalty kicks to punch their ticket to a second-straight conference finals.
Now, having caught their breath from last season’s finish, FC Dallas will dive into a fresh campaign this March with their sights set on a MLS title. They’ll play two of their first three matches at home, where they went an impressive 13–2–2 last year since their players know the exact location of every on-field refueling pump.
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.