MLS Regular Season
The Houston Dynamo will open the 2015 MLS season on Saturday, March 7 at BBVA Compass Stadium against the Columbus Crew. The remainder of the Dynamo’s 34-game slate for their tenth season will be announced by the league at a later date.
The 2015 home opener against the Crew will kick off at 7:30 p.m. CT. Columbus (14-10-10; 52 points) finished in third place in the Eastern Conference in the 2014 regular season, winning five of its last six games. The Crew were ousted in the Eastern Conference semifinals by the New England Revolution.
Heineken, the official import beer of the Houston Dynamo and BBVA Compass Stadium since 2012, will expand its presence in American soccer as the official beer of Major League Soccer beginning in 2015, including local deals with six other MLS clubs.
Heineken entered a partnership with the Dynamo and BBVA Compass Stadium before the stadium opening in 2012. The Heineken Terrace has been a stadium fixture from the beginning, overlooking the south goal and serving as a popular hospitality area for groups at Dynamo games and other stadium events.
Eddie and Sebastian take a look at the Dynamo's offseason plans and offer what they would look for in a new coach and technical director.
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United States, Nigeria win regional tournaments en route to 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification
Twenty-one nations have secured their spot in Canada for the 2015 Women's World Cup, and four of those teams carry at least one member of the Houston Dash.
After a four year stint in the Eastern Conference, the Houston Dynamo are heading back to their roots in the West, Major League Soccer announced today.
With Chivas USA ceasing operations and the addition of East Coast sides Orlando City SC and New York City FC, the Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City are moving to the Western Conference to create two 10-team conferences.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – On a night of goodbyes, the Chicago Fire closed out the season with a 2-1 comeback win against a Houston Dynamo side that will wonder how they lost a game they had dominated for long spells.
With Houston coach Dominic Kinnear leading his side out for the final time and Fire legend Logan Pause hanging up his boots after 12 years with the Men in Red, there was plenty of emotion on show on a warm evening at Toyota Park.