Dynamo to host Morelia semi on August 5

Houston two games away from first ever international title

The Houston Dynamo will host Mexican club Monarcas Morelia
in the semifinals of SuperLiga 2010 on Thursday, August 5, at Robertson Stadium
at 7 p.m., it was announced today. With just one loss in their last 10 total
outings, the Dynamo are in search of their first ever international title.

Houston advanced to the
semifinals by winning Group A with a 2-0-1 record, including emotional wins
over Mexican clubs Pachuca and Puebla. Morelia advanced after finishing second in
Group B with a 2-1 record. The teams have met once before, in the 2007
SuperLiga, playing to a 1-1 tie at Robertson Stadium.

Tickets for the Dynamo-Morelia match will go on sale on
Friday at HoustonDynamo.com and are available by calling the Dynamo offices at
(713) 276-7500. Prices start at $49.99 for the SuperLiga 4-pack and at $20 for
individual seats. Season ticket holders may purchase their seats for a reduced
price by using account manager or contacting their customer service
specialists.

“This is a terrific opportunity for our fans to see exciting
soccer in a playoff-type atmosphere,” Dynamo Chief Operating Officer Chris
Canetti said. “Games between American clubs and Mexican clubs are always
heated, and our games against Pachuca and Puebla in the group
stage were two of the best of the season. We expect more of the same in the
semifinals, and the intensity should be even higher with an international
championship on the line.”

The other SuperLiga semifinal will take place on Wednesday,
August 4, with the New England Revolution hosting Puebla
at 6 p.m. CT. Houston and New
England faced each other in a memorable 2008 SuperLiga championship
game, with the Revolution edging the Dynamo in sudden death penalty kicks.

The semifinals will be broadcast of the Univision family of
networks. The SuperLiga 2010 final venue and date will be announced once the
finalists are known.

The Houston Dynamo are a Major League Soccer club that has
won two MLS Cup championships in its first four seasons and represented the United States
in international competition in four consecutive seasons.