F.C. Dallas have taken part in every season of Major League Soccer, although were previously known as Dallas Burn ahead of the 2005 season. Dallas have won the MLS Western Conference twice, in 2006 and in 2015. In 2010, they made it all the way to the MLS Cup Final, but lost in extra time to Colorado Rapids in the Rapids’ only MLS Cup win. F.C. Dallas play their home games at the Toyota Stadium, which holds just over 20,000 raucous fans every other weekend. F.C. Dallas are coached by their former player, Oscar Pareja, who employs his brand of exciting, fast flowing football.
Who Do FC Dallas Play Next
Before placing your FC Dallas wagers, take stock of who they’re playing. Reference the betting lines and make sure to check where the game is being played.
FC Dallas Game Schedule
A lot is expected of Dallas in the coming years, so pay close attention to their schedule in order to source potential betting gems.
FC Dallas Standings Today
F.C. Dallas are once again heavy favorites to win the MLS Cup. But first they must navigate through the Western Conference. Check how they’re faring below.
How To Make Money On FC Dallas
FC Dallas enjoyed a cracking season in 2016. They sat atop the Western Conference and had the most overall ponts, 60, in the league. Dallas play an exciting brand of soccer, backed up by their second-ranked Western Conference offense.
Scoring 50 goals in 34 games is a return Dallas should be proud of, especially in a conference where defense comes first. To go along with their prolific offense, Dallas had the thrid stingiest defense in the West. They conceded 40 goals, only one more than LA Galaxy, who lay claim to the second best defensive record in the conference.
FC Dallas have their magnificent home record to thank a lot of their regular season success. They won 12 games, the second most at home in the MLS. Only the New York Red Bulls, who won 13 at home, had a superior record. Losing one of 17 matches shows just how formidable a team they are at home. You won’t get great returns by backing Dallas at home, but picking them as part of a bigger parlay is a good way to circumvent that.
Dallas are great future bets, and should remain so for upcoming seasons. The only thing stopping Dallas from lifting the MLS Cup is their dreadful away form. They won five of 17 away matches, which is not nearly enough for a supposed contender. How an elite team performs so poorly on the road I’ll never quite understand.
Only time will tell if they can right the ship on their travels. If they do, nothing will get in this team’s way.