It's a topic that is hotly debated among the Dynamo faithful. No, it doesn't have to do with Houston's upcoming draft pick. And no, it doesn't have to do with a potential designated player signing. It's something that hits closer to home, and by home I mean the within the confines of BBVA Compass Stadium.
Since the opening of BBVA Compass Stadium, fans have asked the Dynamo front office to allow streamers at Dynamo games and in 2013 their prayers have been answered. Check out the following change to the BBVA Compass Stadium policy guide:
Streamers are permitted at Houston Dynamo home games. Each guests will be limited to 3 rolls per person, 81 ft long/4.5 inches in diameter (same policy as 2012 playoffs). Throwing objects at players, referees, personnel, or guests is subject ejection from the stadium. Guests are encouraged to throw streamers after the national anthem and at Dynamo goals. The streamer policy for non-Houston Dynamo events is at the discretion of BBVA Compass Stadium management. Confetti is prohibited.
So what do you say Dynamo fans? Are you happy about the policy change? Will you be bringing your streamers when the Dynamo open the season on March 2 against D.C. United?