Pizza Hut Park
FC Dallas Stadium will soon change its name again. The soccer club is expected to announce a new naming rights partner Tuesday.
Both teams are coming off of losses but still harbor hopes of postseason glory as the look of the Western Conference table could shift at the end of the midweek clash.
The Pizza Hut name will be dropped from a North Texas stadium that is home to FC Dallas. Pizza Hut Inc. on Wednesday announced its agreement with Pizza Hut Park in Frisco ends December 31.
FC Dallas failed to take advantage of a pair of second-half chances on its way to a 0-0 draw with D.C. United.
FC Dallas became the first team in Major League Soccer this season to record its 10th win as the Hoops topped the Columbus Crew, 2-0.
Defenders Zach Loyd and George John scored in a five-minute span of the first half and Dallas posted its eighth shutout of the season to beat Portland, 4-0.
Kevin Hartman made two saves and FC Dallas extended its shutout streak to 399 minutes with a 0-0 tie against Real Salt Lake on Sunday night.
Will Dallas use Friday’s match at Pizza Hut Park against the Rapids team that took the title away from it last season to jumpstart its 2011 season?
It seems everywhere you go in Frisco, a ball is being kicked, caught, smashed or shot. It’s a virtual breeding ground for future athletes.
Fans poured in by the thousands into Pizza Hut Park to watch a game that could have easily been played 25 miles south in Dallas. But instead of Big D, the NCAA chose one of the fastest growing cities in the country.
This is a big time for North Texas. Sports fans from across the country are in town for a bunch of big games.
Players broke out hats and gloves for training ahead of Sunday’s MLS Cup final between FC Dallas and the Colorado Rapids.