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Several big games coming to Frisco in 2018.

MLS: Seattle Sounders FC at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Today marks the first day in 2018 that you can really begin planning out your year as Major League Soccer has revealed its full schedule.

FC Dallas will have their regular 17 home games and 17 road games in 2018, starting with the First Kick on March 3 against Real Salt Lake.

Below is the full schedule for this season:

2018 FC Dallas Schedule

Date Time (CT) Opponent Location TV
Date Time (CT) Opponent Location TV
Saturday, March 3 7:00 PM Real Salt Lake Home (Toyota Stadium)
Sunday, March 18 4:00 PM Seattle Sounders Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, March 24 2:30 PM Portland Timbers Home (Toyota Stadium) Univision
Saturday, April 7 7:00 PM Colorado Rapids Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, April 14 6:30 PM New England Revolution Away (Gilette Stadium)
Saturday, April 21 7:00 PM Philadelphia Union Home (Toyota Stadium)
Sunday, April 29 5:00 PM New York City FC Away (Yankee Stadium)
Saturday, May 5 3:00 PM LAFC Away (Banc of California Stadium) Univision
Saturday, May 12 2:30 PM LA Galaxy Home (Toyota Stadium) UniMas
Saturday, May 19 3:00 PM Vancouver Whitecaps Home (Toyota Stadium)
Friday, May 25 7:00 PM Toronto FC Away (BMO Field)
Wednesday, May 30 9:30 PM LA Galaxy Away (StubHub Center)
Saturday, June 2 7:00 PM LAFC Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, June 9 7:00 PM Montreal Impact Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, June 23 5:00 PM New York Red Bulls Away (Red Bull Arena) UniMas
Friday, June 29 7:00 PM Minnesota United Away (TCF Bank Field)
Wednesday, July 4 7:00 PM Atlanta United FC Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, July 7 9:00 PM Real Salt Lake Away (Rio Tinto Stadium)
Saturday, July 14 7:00 PM Chicago Fire Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, July 21 8:00 PM Houston Dynamo Away (BBVA Compass Stadium)
Saturday, July 28 7:30 PM Sporting KC Away (Children's Mercy Park)
Saturday, August 4 7:00 PM San Jose Earthquakes Home (Toyota Stadium)
Sunday, August 12 7:00 PM Seattle Sounders Away (Century Link Field) FS1
Saturday, August 18 7:00 PM Minnesota United Home (Toyota Stadium)
Thursday, August 23 8:00 PM Houston Dynamo Away (BBVA Compass Stadium) UniMas
Wednesday, August 29 9:30 PM San Jose Earthquakes Away (Avaya Stadium)
Saturday, September 1 7:00 PM Houston Dynamo Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, September 15 7:00 PM Columbus Crew SC Home (Toyota Stadium)
Sunday, September 23 6:00 PM Vancouver Whitecaps Away (BC Place)
Saturday, September 29 9:30 PM Portland Timbers Away (Providence Park)
Saturday, October 6 7:00 PM Orlando City SC Home (Toyota Stadium)
Saturday, October 13 2:30 PM DC United Away (Audi Field) Univision
Sunday, October 21 TBA Sporting KC Home (Toyota Stadium)
Sunday, October 28 3:30 PM Colorado Rapids Away (Dicks Sporting Goods Park)

Details regarding FC Dallas’ local television and radio broadcast schedule will be released at a later date.


Some interesting notes to dive into here:

All those home games. Those first three months of the season are going to be either a boost or a waste given how many home games the club has. FCD won’t hit the road until the sixth week of the season.

Hall of Fame weekend. We all know the HOF opens on October 21 and FCD will somehow play SKC.

New faces and places. FCD will get to see two new venues in MLS this season as they go to DC and LA for games.

Later Houston games. The last couple of years we’ve seen FCD battle Houston either too early in the season or too close together. I think this year’s schedule at least spaces those Rivalry Weekend matches out enough that the hype can actually be built up.

Gone for summer. The road will be a familiar place for FCD this summer as they’re only in town for a few games. At least they don’t have to do a two week west coast trip until late September.