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25 April 6:22 pm

Randy Waldrum and Erin McLeod discuss Sunday's match up with Seattle.

25 April 6:03 pm

Steph breaks down a tough road trip out East, the return home versus Portland and Eddie Robinson joining Twitter.

25 April 5:09 pm

Ahead of Sunday's match with Portland, Dynamo TV spoke to Dominic Kinnear, Tally Hall and Andrew Driver.

24 April 2:48 pm

En Zona Mixta nos visita el mero director del programa, Boniek Garcia del Houston Dynamo.

24 April 9:43 am

Some important parking information regarding Sunday's match vs. Portland:

Due to the Houston Astros game in downtown Houston at 1:10pm, please allow for extra time when traveling to BBVA Compass Stadium on Sunday. Kickoff is at 2pm and a large crowd is expected, so please arrive early!

Lots B and C will be operated by the Astros, therefore, season passes will not be accepted. Since Lots B and C are being operated by the Astros on Sunday, tailgating will be prohibited.

There are plenty of other parking options in the area, highlighted by the map below.

If you have any questions please contact Customer Service at 713-276-7500, and we will be happy to help you.

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23 April 4:25 pm

We've teamed with BBVA Compass and MVP Interactive to create the worlds first native, out of home 4K video game in a sports stadium. The game is based off of a penalty shot simulation where Tally Hall, the Dynamo's all-star goalkeeper, tries to block your shots. The game is still production so more details will be released soon but for now enjoy this snippet of 3D Tally Hall performing Gangnam Style.

22 April 10:39 am

Eddie and Sebastian discuss another controversial red card, officiating this season in MLS, the offensive output of the Dynamo and this week's games against New York and Portland.

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21 April 3:55 pm

It's been a few weeks, but a Dynamo player is once again getting some recognition in MLSsoccer.com's Team of the Week. This week, the honor goes to defender David Horst for his role in keeping a shutout for the Dynamo in Saturday's 0-0 draw in Philadelphia. Here's what the editors had to say about Mr. Wreck-It:

"Absolutely dominant in his own box, clearing balls and preventing the Union from winning any aerial chances. Also put in a few good blocks and challenges to deny Union chances."

Horst and the rest of the Dynamo backline notched their third clean sheet of the season, and the first since Week 2 against the Montreal Impact.