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Houston Dynamo Schedule in 2014

The Houston Dynamo are ready to heat things up on the soccer field this season as they take on all of the best opponents that Major League Soccer throws their way. This Dynamo team has a number of players that are looking to make their mark on the Eastern Conference this season. It's never easy in such a competitive league, but the Dynamo could have what it takes to get the job done. The Dynamo are coming off a fine 2013 season in which they notched the fourth-best record in the conference, good enough to secure a spot in the postseason. The team was able to defeat the Montreal Impact in the Knockout Round before upsetting the top-seeded New York Red Bulls in the Conference Semifinals. The team's run ended in the next round at the hands of Sporting Kansas City, but it was a solid 2013 Campaign for Houston. The Dynamo are back in 2014 and are off to a solid start, getting some nice wins early in the year.

The Dynamo got themselves a big victory on May 17th when they took down the LA Galaxy by a 1-0 score. The Galaxy are always one of the most talented teams in the league, and have had a lot of star power in recent years with players like David Beckham, Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane bringing instant credibility to the squad. The Dynamo will try to build some momentum off that and other early victories as they eye a spot in the postseason.

The Dynamo have a bevy of tough matchups remaining, but one of the toughest will be their final home game of 2014. Houston will host the New England Revolution on October 16th, and it's sure to be a big test for the Houston squad. The Revolution look to be in top form this season, and a victory against them would be the perfect way to close out their 2014 home stand heading into the playoffs.

Houston Dynamo History

The Houston Dynamo began as the San Jose Earthquakes, a franchise that had been playing professional soccer since 1994. When the Earthquakes owners failed to find the funding they required to build a new stadium for the team in San Jose, the owners announced that they were moving the team to Houston. The deep-rooted history of the team ended there, with the franchise making a fresh start, leaving behind all ties to the San Jose Earthquakes name and history. Originally called the Houston 1836 before settling on their current name, the Dynamo were an instant hit in their new city. In 2006, their inaugural season, the Dynamo went all the way to the MLS Cup, defeating the New England Revolution on Dynamo legend Brian Ching's penalty kick. In 2007, the Dynamo proved that 2006 was no fluke by defeating the New England Revolution once again to win their second straight MLS Cup. Thanks to these two championships, the Dynamo were a huge hit in Houston and were among the league leaders in attendance. The team remained competitive, making waves in the MLS Playoffs each season, and finally got the stadium they dreamed of in 2012, when BBVA Compass Stadium opened in May. The stadium was everything the franchise and fans had hoped for.

Houston Dynamo Experience

The Houston Dynamo have been providing their fans an amazing sporting experience since they arrived in 2005, becoming an immediate sensation in a city not known for its sports championships. The fan experience only got better when the team opened their brand new, state-of-the-art stadium in May of 2012. BBVA Compass Stadium sits on the outskirts of downtown Houston, giving fans an incredible view of the downtown skyline from their seats and putting BBVA Compass Stadium in a great location for events before and after games. When inside of this $95 million soccer stadium, fans will enjoy perfect views of the pitch and will never miss a single second of the action. With many supporter groups to be a part of, fans who attend a game at BBVA Compass Stadium are in the perfect place to celebrate their love for the home team. Make sure you're there in the stands this season to be a part of the MLS experience first-hand.

Houston Dynamo Trivia

Who did the Houston Dynamo in their first Major League Soccer game?

The answer is the Colorado Rapids, and the two matched up on April 2, 2006 at Robertson Stadium. The Dynamo were able to take the victory by a score of 5-2 thanks to an amazing four goals from Brian Ching. It was a great way for the organization to kick off its MLS tenure.

Houston Dynamo Fans

Known throughout the MLS for their spirited fans, the Houston Dynamo really know how to pack their home stadium. They have a long list of dynamic fan groups including El Batallon, La Bateria, and the oldest of them all, the Texian Army. Whomever you join on matchday, Dynamo fans are as loud and passionate as they come and make BBVA Compass Stadium one of the toughest home fields in the MLS. You owe it to yourself as a soccer fan to join these die-hards in the stands at BBVA Compass Stadium for all the biggest matchups this season.

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