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FC Dallas releases the remainder of the 2020 schedule

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Nine more games on the menu for FC Dallas in the fall.

MLS: FC Dallas at Sporting Kansas City Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The final push towards the 2020 playoffs is here and you can continue to mark your calendars for October and November too. FC Dallas announced nine additional matches today as Major League Soccer released the remainder of its 2020 regular season schedule. The slate includes five home matches at Toyota Stadium highlighted by the 2020 Texas Derby wrapping up in Frisco on Halloween at 2:30 PM.

Dallas continues its 2020 home schedule hosting the Columbus Crew SC for the first time since September 5, 2018 in a match on Saturday, October 3. Minnesota United FC makes its second trip of 2020 to Toyota Stadium on October 11. Sporting Kansas City visits Frisco for the first time this season on October 14. FC Dallas welcomes former Homegrown player Victor Ulloa and Inter Miami CF in the expansion side’s first visit to Toyota Stadium on October 28.

FC Dallas’ road schedule features trips to the Houston Dynamo (10/7), Nashville SC (10/20), Real Salt Lake (10/24) and a Decision Day matchup against Minnesota United FC to close the 2020 regular season on Sunday, November 8.

Nine of the remaining 11 FC Dallas matches are available on either TXA21 or FOX Sports Southwest/FOX Sports GO app as well as the FCDTV Network and FCDallas.com/Stream. Dallas’ inaugural trip to Nissan Stadium to face Nashville SC is scheduled to air on FS1 while FCD’s Texas Derby finale will be available on Univision/TUDN.

FC Dallas is scheduled to play one additional match against Nashville SC to complete the 23-game regular season schedule. That match will be announced at a later date.

Judging by the schedule above, it seems like somewhere between the game with Sporting KC on October 14 and that first trip to Nashville on October 20 seems like a logical spot for that make up game. Or after the Halloween date with Houston and the Decision Day game in Minnesota.