Houston Dynamo Tickets
League: Major League Soccer
Conference: Western Conference
Location: Houston, Texas
Venue: BBVA Stadium
Notable Players: Brad Davis, Will Bruin, Mauro Manotas, Brian Ching, Giles Barnes, Alberth Elis, DaMarcus Beasley, Bobby Boswell, Joe Willis and A.J. DeLaGarza
Houston Dynamo TicketsThe Houston Dynamo is one of the premier soccer clubs in the United States. The club was founded in 2015, during the first major wave of MLS expansion. A previous soccer club known as the Dynamos had played in Houston through the 1980s and 1990s. The new Houston Dynamo changed its name from the San Jose Earthquakes when they relocated from San Jose after the city failed to build a soccer-specific stadium. Soon after it began playing, the Houston Dynamo stormed onto the scene with back-to-back championships in its first two years. The club beat the New England Revolution both times: 1-1 on extra time penalty kicks in 2006 and then a close 2-1 battle in 2007. Houston also won the country’s oldest soccer tournament, the US Open Cup, in 2018 with a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union. Brian Ching, who played for the club between 2006 and 2013, is Houston’s all-time leading scorer with 56 goals in 169 games. If you want to catch an exciting, action-packed soccer game, then you should purchase Houston Dynamo tickets at StubHub.
What are some of the top Houston Dynamo games for the 2020 season?Houston opens up the 2020 season with a home game against the LA Galaxy on February 29. This is followed by critical home and away series against the Seattle Sounders (March 14 and July 22), Los Angeles FC (September 16 and May 30) and Real Salt Lake (August 1 and June 20). In one of the most important matchups of the season, Houston plays a series against FC Dallas: first, away on May 16 and then at home on August 20 during rivalry week. The season concludes with a home game against Sporting Kansas City on September 27 and an away game against Minnesota United FC on October 4. Houston will also participate in the 2020 US Open Cup, beginning with the third round, April 21-23. The draw will be announced on April 10.
How did the Houston Dynamo finish the 2019 season?Houston finished in 10th place in the Western Conference with 40 points and a record of 12 wins, 18 losses and four draws, missing out on the MLS playoffs. The club started the season strong with six wins in eight games, including a 2-1 victory against FC Dallas, but it could not maintain the momentum throughout the entire season.
Who is Houston’s biggest rival?The Texas Derby is the official name of the Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas rivalry. The two clubs have played each other multiple times a year since 2006 in the MLS regular season and, sometimes, the MLS playoffs and the US Open Cup. The winner of the annual series receives a replica of an 18th-century mountain howitzer known as El Capitán. The rivalry has been closely contested throughout its history. Houston dominated the early part of the rivalry, but FC Dallas has had a strong edge since 2013.
Who is Houston Dynamo’s coach?Tab Ramos became the club’s fourth full-time head coach on October 25, 2019. Before he was a coach, Ramos represented the United States in the 1990, 1994 and 1998 World Cups, for which he was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame. His playing career spanned more than 270 games in the United States, Spain and Mexico. He was head coach of the US Under-20 team between 2011 and 2019.
How large is the Houston Dynamo's venue?BBVA Stadium, which opened in 2012, has an official seating capacity of 22,000, including field-side seats, luxury suites and upper bowl seats for enjoying Houston Dynamo games. It is located in downtown Houston near other venues such as Minute Maid Park and the Toyota Center.
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