MLS Regular Season
The Houston Dynamo are looking to build on their Robertson Stadium form and win back-to-back games when they play host to the New England Revolution on Sunday evening. The Dynamo are looking to do something it took the entirety of the 2010 season to do – and defeat New England for the first time at home – after a 3-1 win against Vancouver last weekend. The Revolution are coming off their first defeat of 2011, a 2-0 home loss to Real Salt Lake.
The Dynamo trained on the Methodist Champions Field at the Houston Amateur Sports Park for the first time on Wednesday, inaugurating the facility. Dynamo Senior Vice President Steven Powell, Methodist orthopedic surgeon and team physician Dr. Kaare Kolstad, and Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear all spoke at a press conference.
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Missing a star forward of the caliber of Houston Dynamo veteran Brian Ching for most of the early portion of the season would typically
prove to be a devastating blow for any MLS team. However, thus far in 2011, strikers Cam
Weaver and Will Bruin have ensured that Dynamo forwards can still be productive.
Though it is not a full-fledged stadium, the Houston Dynamo's brand-new practice facility has the club feeling it is finally establishing roots in Houston.
On Wednesday the Dynamo celebrated the grand opening of the Methodist Champions Field at the Houston Amateur Sports Park, which will serve as the team’s training facility. Much attention recently has been paid to the development of the Dynamo's soccer-specific stadium, but opening their own practice facility is a step welcomed by the players and coaches.
Houston Dynamo will wear special white jerseys with purple and green lettering
for their Earth Day game against the New England Revolution on Sunday, it was
There was plenty of postgame excitement for the Houston Dynamo following their 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Sunday. However, despite logging their first win of the season, the Dynamo were not completely satisfied.
Though they put together a good overall defensive performance, a 38th-minute goal from Camilo equalized the match just a minute after the Dynamo took the lead.
Houston broke into the win column Sunday night with an impressive, fast-paced offensive display. The result was a 3-1 home victory against the expansion Vancouver Whitecaps.
Watch: Full Match Highlights
Houston Dynamo earned their first win of the season and moved into third place
in the Eastern Conference with a comprehensive 3-1 win over the Vancouver
Whitecaps Sunday night at Robertson Stadium.
The Houston Dynamo defeated Vancouver Whitecaps FC Sunday night 3-1 at Robertson Stadium to earn their first win of the season. Cam Weaver scored for the second straight game and Bobby Boswell and Will Bruin netted the other two goals for Houston. Bruin's goal was his first as a professional. To watch highlights from the match, click here or watch the video below.
Houston got its first win of 2011 on Sunday night, beating the expansion Vancouver Whitecaps 3-1 in a physical match at Robertson Stadium.