Major League Soccer
Eddie Robinson gives you what to watch for this weekend as the Houston Dynamo take on the Seattle Sounders at BBVA Compass Stadium (8 p.m.). TICKETS FOR THIS MATCH HAVE SOLD OUT. However, great seats are still available for our next two home matches against Arabe Unido and the New York Red Bulls.
The Houston Dynamo announced today that Saturday’s match versus the Seattle Sounders, presented by Direct Energy, has sold out.
Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance of the team’s next two home game, scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 27 against Arabe Unido of Panama (kickoff: 7 p.m. CT) in the CONCACAF Champions League and Sept. 8 against Thierry Henry and the New York Red Bulls in a game with potential playoff implications.
It is impossible to replicate that moment when a player has a chance and the strange chemistry of pressure, confidence, technique and luck combines in a split-second to decide whether a shot scores or misses.
But the Dynamo are doing everything in their power this week to lay the groundwork for success in their next match, away to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday (1 p.m. CT, ESPN2/ESPNDeportes).
Back on May 8, the Houston Dynamo trounced cellar-dwellers D.C. United 4-0. The game was all that was right with the club – the attack was clicking and the defense was strong.
Today Major League Soccer took an innovative stride forward by introducing MLS+, a new content and distribution group that brings together top storytellers, producers and digital media partners to create a broad range of soccer programming on multiple platforms. By telling the stories behind the game, MLS+ will establish deeper connections between fans, players and Clubs and fuel the League’s rapid growth.
MLS Chief Marketing Officer Howard Handler announced the creation of MLS+ at the Cynopsis Digital summit in New York today.
Dynamo forward Will Bruin was voted as one of May's Top 3 Performers in MLS along with Marco Di Vaio of Montreal and Rodney Wallace of Portland.
Bruin scored two goals and assisted on three more over the course of the month.
Dynamo color analyst Eddie Robinson joined John Harris in The War Room on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 this morning to talk about the team's 2-0 loss to New England on Saturday and give a quick preview of next weekend's matchup against Sporting Kansas City.
You can catch Eddie and John every Monday at 11:45 a.m. breaking down the Dynamo's weekend performances on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM.
Goalkeeper Tally Hall and defender Eric Brunner share their thoughts after the Dynamo's 2-0 loss to the New England Revolution.