MLS Regular Season
Dynamo broadcaster Eddie Robinson discusses the keys to the game for Saturday's match, presented by Kroger.
When the Dynamo take the field Saturday against D.C. United, it will mark the eighth season in Houston for the men in orange. Hard to believe that it's already been seven years since Brian Ching took the Bayou City by storm, scoring four goals in the first match at Robertson Stadium.
With that in mind, we take a look back at the past seven home openers in Dynamo history:
HOUSTON DYNAMO vs D.C. UNITED
BBVA COMPASS STADIUM, Houston, Texas
March 2, 2013 (WEEK 1, MLS Game #3)
7 p.m. CT (NBCSN)
The Houston Dynamo have re-signed forward Brian Ching to a new contract, it was announced today. Under his new deal, Ching will return to the club for his final season under the title of player/assistant coach. Aside from his playing duties, Ching will also assume some assistant coaching responsibilities alongside the current technical staff. Per League and team policy, the terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Houston Dynamo defender Corey Ashe is ahead of schedule following surgery last month on his left knee, and he said this week he expects to be ready for the club’s season opener against D.C. United on March 2.
In fact, Ashe has his eyes on a potential return during the team’s trip to South Carolina next week in the Carolina Challenge Cup, running Feb. 16-23.
The Houston Dynamo today announced their local broadcast TV schedule, with 27 games airing on Comcast SportsNet Houston (CSN), CSN2 and KPRC Local 2.
HOUSTON – Warren Creavalle is not catching anyone by surprise in 2013.
The second round selection proved to be a steal in 2012. Not because of his versatility - which was a major reason the Houston Dynamo picked him - but with his work ethic and ability to come up big when the Dynamo called his number that caught the staff’s and his teammates’ attention.
On Saturday, the Dynamo announced that the first five home games of 2013 are now sale to the general public. The first five games of the season represent some of the most important for the Dynamo, as they look to reassert themselves as a contender in the Eastern Conference.