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FC Dallas Returns to TXA21 for 27 Games in 2018

FC Dallas Returns to TXA21 for 27 Games in 2018

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TXA21’s coverages includes matches against Toronto FC, Atlanta United, LAFC and Houston Dynamo                           

FRISCO, Texas (Wednesday, February 14, 2018) – FC Dallas announced its 2018 television schedule today which includes 27 regular season games on TXA21. Seven of FC Dallas’ games will be featured on national television, with three on Univision, three on UniMás and one on FS1.

TXA21 kicks off its coverage for the 2018 season at 7PM (CT) on Saturday, March 3 as FC Dallas hosts Real Salt Lake in the season opener presented by Toyota. TXA21 will also showcase FC Dallas’ only match against defending MLS Cup Champion Toronto FC on Friday, May 25 at BMO Field.

Other highlights of TXA21’s broadcast schedule include:

  • Expansion LAFC’s first visit to Toyota Stadium on Saturday, June 2
  • Atlanta United’s first visit to Toyota Stadium on Wednesday, July 4 presented by CoServ
  • Two of FC Dallas’ three matchups in the Texas Derby against the Houston Dynamo (July 21 and September 1)

“We are looking forward to some really exciting match-ups on the TXA21 broadcast schedule this season,” said Gary Schneider, president and general manager of CBS 11 and TXA 21. “This is a very special year for MLS in North Texas, and we are pleased to continue our longstanding partnership with FC Dallas.”

Mark Followill returns for his seventh season as the television play-by-play announcer for most TXA21 broadcasts. Steve Davis will split time in the TV broadcast booth and radio booth for FC Dallas matches, serving as the play-by-play voice on FC Dallas’ English-language radio broadcasts when not on the TV broadcast.

All 34 matches will be streamed live on in English with Davis or Tyler Kern providing play-by-play duties.

Carlos Alvarado returns for his 23rd season in the Spanish broadcast booth on 1270AM Univision Deportes. Rafa Calderon will join him, once again, as the color analyst. The duo also hosts FC Dallas Semanal on 1270AM every Thursday from 4-5PM during the MLS regular season.

Streaming Pre- and Postgame Shows
FC Dallas Extra Time Presented by Toyota returns for its fourth season and moves to a digital-only platform with Gina Miller hosting the live, interactive broadcast. The show will be simulcast on FC Dallas’ Facebook page and on immediately before each home game at Toyota Stadium and before select road matches.

The FC Dallas Toyota Postgame Show returns to Facebook Live and in 2018. Miller and Carter Baum will host this show immediately following FC Dallas matches at Toyota Stadium and following select road games. 

“FC Dallas fans enjoy engaging with our team on digital, interactive broadcasts,” said FC Dallas president Dan Hunt. “We’re excited to keep providing our fans around the world the chance to do that with our pre- and postgame shows.”

Complete broadcast details, including channel numbers for all major DFW television providers for FC Dallas games, can be found at

Ticket Information
FC Dallas single-match and season ticket memberships are on sale now and can be purchased HERE or by calling 888-FCD-GOAL.

Single-match tickets to FC Dallas’ regular season home opener against Real Salt Lake start at $25. With the purchase of a ticket to Dallas’ 2018 MLS home opener, fans can also attend the SCOTIABANK Champions League Round of 16 match against Tauro FC for free, as part of a buy one get one free offer. ClickHERE for details.

About FC Dallas
A member of Major League Soccer since its inception in 1996, FC Dallas is owned and operated by Hunt Sports Group. The professional team plays its regular season from March to October at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. FC Dallas won the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and MLS Supporters’ Shield in 2016. Toyota Stadium is one of the first soccer-specific stadiums built in the United States. It hosts MLS and international soccer matches, high school and college football games, as well as concerts and other events. The 145-acre Toyota Soccer Center also includes 17 regulation-sized, tournament-grade soccer fields and is also home to the organization’s nationally-renowned youth development system.

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