Major League Soccer
Tune in to ESPN 97.5 FM tonight for a new episode of Soccer Matters with Glenn Davis. The Dynamo broadcaster will talk Dynamo, MLS, Gold Cup and BBVA Compass Dynamo Charities Cup!
Glenn will have a special interview with new Stoke City boss Mark Hughes that you won't want to miss.
Tonight's episode airs from 7-9 p.m. and can be heard on the radio on 97.5 FM or online at www.espn975.com.
The call-in number for the show is 713-780-3776.
You had to have known this was coming.
After netting two fantastic goals against New England to punctuate his regular steady shift in a 2-1 victory, Dynamo midfielder Adam Moffat was named to the MLSsoccer.com Team of the Week for Week 20.
This is Moffat's first inclusion on the Team of the Week this season.
Check out Adam Moffat's golazo from this Saturday from every angle, including the twitter reaction that night.
It's up for MLS Goal of the Week, so make you get your votes in.
The Houston Dynamo's match on August 3 against the Columbus Crew will now be broadcast on KPRC Local 2. It was previously scheduled to air on CSN Plus.
Similarly, the August 17 match against the Seattle Sounders, which was to air on KPRC Local 2, will now be shown on CSN Plus.
You can get tickets to both matches, which will be played at BBVA Compass Stadium, at HoustonDynamo.com/tickets.
If you've paid attention, Adam Moffat's volley against New England didn't come as a surprise. Take a look back with Dynamo TV at Adam's long range efforts with the Dynamo.
Check out the nominees for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week for Week 20 of the 2013 regular season!
Adam Moffat's volleyed bomb in New England this past weekend has to be the favorite, but it only wins if you vote.
Cast your ballot before voting ends for your favorite Goal of the Week! The winner is determined by the total number of votes cast online and in text voting and will be announced on Friday.
Vote online or text goal code to 22442.
Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursdays. For complete coverage of the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week — including an archive of all of this season's winners — click here.
A pair of clubs currently sitting on either side of the Eastern Conference playoff qualification line meet when the New England Revolution take on the Houston Dynamo on Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium. The teams are separated by just two points, with the Dynamo in fifth place in the East. The Revolution started a homestand last weekend with a 2-0 home win against San Jose, while the Dynamo snapped a long winless and goalless drought with a 1-0 home victory against Philadelphia Union.
Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell, Brunner, Taylor; Moffat, Clark, Barnes; Garcia; Weaver, Driver
Subs: Deric, Ching, Johnson, Chabala, Salazar, Dixon, Creavalle
New England Revolution: Shuttleworth, Tierney, Goncalves, McCarthy, Farrell, Fagundez, Nguyen, Caldwell, Rowe, Sene, Barrett
Subs: Reis, Soares, Simms, Guy, Toja, Barnes, Imbongo