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Houston Dash announce 2018 regular season schedule

The National Women’s Soccer League announced the 2018 regular season schedule today, including the Houston Dash’s 24-game slate. The Dash open the 2018 season on Sunday, March 25 at BBVA Compass Stadium at 4 p.m. CDT.

The 12-game BBVA Compass Stadium schedule includes a game against each of the teams in the NWSL and two games each against Becky Sauerbrunn, Kelley O’Hara and the newest NWSL franchise, Utah Royals FC; Crystal Dunn, Lynn Williams and the North Carolina Courage; and Rose Lavelle, Mallory Pugh and the Washington Spirit.

The 2018 home schedule includes three games on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Dash will host the 2017 NWSL Champions Portland Thorns FC on Wed. May 9, 2018. The regular season concludes on the road with a trip to North Carolina for a match against the Courage on Saturday, Sept. 8.

Houston will take part in two Lifetime NWSL Game of the Week broadcasts; and the remaining broadcasts will be streamed live on the go90 app and NWSLSoccer.com. 

The Dash, entering their fifth season, drafted forwards Kimberly Keever and Veronica Latsko; midfielders Abby Elinsky and Haley Hanson; and goalkeeper Sarah Shimer at the 2018 NWSL College Draft. Other offseason acquisitions include Christen Press, who was acquired in a three team trade, Canadian international Lindsay Agnew and South African internationals Thembi Kgatlana and Linda Motlhalo.

Fans can watch their favorite Dash players at BBVA Compass this season with a Dash Season Membership, beginning at $192. Additionally, tickets for the home opener on March 25, beginning at $19, are now available here or by calling (713) 276-GOAL.

 

HOUSTON DASH 2018 SEASON SCHEDULE

Date

Opponent

Kickoff Time (CT)

Broadcast

Sunday, March 25

Chicago Red Stars

4 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Friday, March 30

Utah Royals

7 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Wednesday, April 18

at Chicago Red Stars

6:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Sunday, April 22

at Orlando Pride

4 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, April 28

North Carolina Courage

2:30 p.m.

Lifetime

Saturday, May 5

at Sky Blue FC

6 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Wednesday, May 9

Portland Thorns

7 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, May 12

at Chicago Red Stars

7 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, May 19

at Utah Royals

2:30 p.m.

Lifetime

Wednesday, May 23

Seattle Reign

7 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Sunday, May 27

Washington Spirit

5 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, June 2

North Carolina Courage

7:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Friday, June 22

Portland Thorns

7:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Wednesday, June 27

at Orlando Pride

6:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, July 7

at Seattle Reign

9 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Wednesday, July 11

Orlando Pride

7:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Sunday, July 15

at Portland Thorns

10 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, July 21

at Washington Spirit

6 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Sunday, August 5

Utah Royals

7:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, August 11

at Sky Blue FC

6 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Friday, August  17

Washington Spirit

7:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Tuesday, August 21

at Seattle Reign

9:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, August 25

Sky Blue FC

7:30 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

Saturday, September 8

at North Carolina Courage

6 p.m.

go90; NWSLsoccer.com

 
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