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Dynamo held scoreless at Red Bull Arena

Houston concludes seven-game road trip before
Dynamo fall at RBA
Dynamo fall


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HARRISON, N.J. – Another clean sheet, another win for the New York Red Bulls. Thanks to an early goal from Kenny Cooper and another stout defensive effort defensively, the Red Bulls defeated the Houston Dynamo 1-0 at Red Bull Arena on Wednesday night.

The win was New York’s third straight victory by that scoreline and second consecutive without Thierry Henry, who is currently recovering from a hamstring injury. It also pushed the Red Bulls, now 6-3-1, ahead of rivals D.C. United and into second place in the Eastern Conference.

Houston's new stadium "proud" moment for Luck, Canetti

Past and present Dynamo presidents key to franchise success
Houston's new stadium "proud" moment for Luck, Canetti


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On Saturday, BBVA Compass Stadium will come to life as the Houston Dynamo host D.C. United in the first match at Houston's sparkling new soccer-specific stadium (3:30 pm CT, NBC Sports Network).

But as everyone comes together in downtown Houston, there will be two men in attendance who will have wider smiles than most on their faces: former Dynamo president Oliver Luck (above left) and his successor Chris Canetti (above right), both of whom played an integral part in bringing a very complex and diverse deal together.

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. NY Red Bulls

Houston makes final stop before inaugural match at BBVA Compass Stadium
Preview: Dynamo vs. NY
NY Preview


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Houston Dynamo at New York Red Bulls
Wednesday, May 9, 6 p.m. CT
Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ
All-time series: Red Bulls lead 3-2-7 (Red Bulls lead 3-0-3 at New York)

KBME 790 - 5:30 p.m.
La Ranchera 850 - 5:30 p.m. 
MultiMedios Houston - 5:30 p.m.
FOX Sports Houston Plus - 6 p.m. (Comcast: 110; AT&T U-Verse:  SD= 692  HD=1692; DirecTV: SD=680 / HD=680-1; Dish Network:  SD=440 / HD=9575)

Fans organize as Dynamo prepare for stadium opening

Walker End Houston created to bring Dynamo fans together
Fans organize as Dynamo prepare for stadium opening


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The Houston Dynamo are preparing to enter a new era with the opening of BBVA Compass Stadium on May 12. As the event approaches, Walker End Houston, an independent supporters association, is attempting to do the same in the stands.

The association was created to bridge the gap between supporters groups and fans that Chris Smink - a member of the organization’s executive council - called “independents” to create a fan base that acts under a unified banner to support the club.

Still plenty to play for Dynamo ahead of home opener

Players not looking past midweek clash with New York
Still plenty to play for Dynamo ahead of home opener

On May 12, the Houston Dynamo will open the brand new BBVA Compass Stadium with a home match against D.C. United. It’s an event that the club is getting understandably excited about.

But before they get to open their proverbial presents, there’s the small matter of a road trip to take on the New York Red Bulls on May 9.

Rave reviews follow first session at BBVA Compass Stadium

Dynamo players ecstatic after first training session at new home
Rave reviews
Rave Reviews


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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

Saturday’s open training session at BBVA Compass Stadium was the closest anyone – fans, media or players – have come to experiencing what the stadium could be like on game day.

After the inaugural hour-and-a-half training session, the Dynamo took the time to put words to their first on-field run through, an experience that didn’t disappoint. The facility was flawless, the pitch was picture perfect and the first reviews were nothing short of awe inspiring.

End to long suspension creeps closer for Dynamo's Clark

Houston midfielder eager to get back on pitch after three-match ban
End to long suspension creeps closer for Dynamo's Clark


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Anthony Vasser / Houston Dynamo

It has been more than five weeks since Colin Clark had to worry about preparing for a match. But after bye weeks turned a three-game suspension into what will amount to a month-and-a-half out of action, the Houston Dynamo midfielder is ready to get back into game mode.

Dynamo have a bye, but plenty of soccer to watch

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Dynamo have a bye, but plenty of soccer to watch

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Kinnear happy with defense despite lackluster display

Dynamo boss gives defensive unit vote of confidence
Kinnear happy with defense despite lackluster display


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You will rarely hear Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear overreact to a performance, good or bad. That was again the case after a rough defensive performance against D.C. United in last Saturday’s 3-2 loss.

D.C. got the better of the Dynamo to record three goals, with two coming in the air, as Houston struggled to contain United’s attack. While it was not the ideal performance, the Dynamo boss stood behind his back four on Monday, proclaiming his confidence that the group will get the job done.

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