FC Dallas MLS Cup Betting Lines

FC Dallas MLS Betting

FC Dallas MLS Betting

The front office of FC Dallas has finally started investing in the club after years of watching the best talent leave the Metroplex. They spent a club-record fee to acquire Alan Velasco from Argentina, and they set an MLS record by sending $2 million worth of GAM to DC United for Paul Arriola. That has led to renewed optimism after a dismal 2021 season, despite Ricardo Pepi heading to Augsburg for a whopping $20 million and Justin Che moving to Hoffenheim.

MLS Cup Betting Odds: +2100 (May 2022)

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Jesus Ferreira is the leading scorer in the MLS a third of the way through the season. Ferreira has nine goals and two assists in 13 games, and the addition of Paul Arriola has unlocked his scoring potential. Arriola has five goals and two assists for his new clubs, making this one of the best one-two combinations in the league.

Their play has FC Dallas near the top of the table. They are currently among the three best teams in the Western Conference alongside Los Angeles FC and Austin FC, and their defense has been the best in the West thus far as they are the only team averaging under a goal a game. Marco Farfan has been excellent at left back and on the wing, and center back duo Matt Hedges and Jose Antonio Martinez have been strong.

2022 FC Dallas Schedule

02/26/2022 FC Dallas vs. Toronto FC
03/05/2022 New England Revolution vs. FC Dallas
03/12/2022 FC Dallas vs. Nashville SC
03/19/2022 FC Dallas vs. Portland Timbers
04/02/2022 Chicago Fire FC vs. FC Dallas
04/09/2022 FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids
04/16/2022 New York Red Bulls vs. FC Dallas
04/23/2022 FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo
04/30/2022 Sporting Kansas City vs. FC Dallas
05/07/2022 FC Dallas vs. Seattle Sounders
05/14/2022 Los Angeles Galaxy vs. FC Dallas
05/18/2022 Vancouver Whitecaps vs. FC Dallas
05/22/2022 FC Dallas vs. Minnesota United FC
05/28/2022 Orlando City SC vs. FC Dallas
06/18/2022 FC Dallas vs. Vancouver Whitecaps
06/25/2022 Austin FC vs. FC Dallas
06/29/2022 Los Angeles FC vs. FC Dallas
07/04/2022 FC Dallas vs. Inter Miami
07/09/2022 Houston Dynamo vs. FC Dallas
07/13/2022 FC Dallas vs. New York City FC
07/16/2022 FC Dallas vs. Austin FC
07/23/2022 Real Salt Lake vs. FC Dallas
07/30/2022 FC Dallas vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
08/02/2022 Seattle Sounders vs. FC Dallas
08/06/2022 Portland Timbers vs. FC Dallas
08/13/2022 FC Dallas vs. San Jose Earthquakes
08/17/2022 FC Dallas vs. Philadelphia Union
08/21/2022 Nashville SC vs. FC Dallas
08/27/2022 FC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake
09/03/2022 Minnesota United FC vs. FC Dallas
09/10/2022 FC Dallas vs. Los Angeles FC
09/17/2022 San Jose Earthquakes vs. FC Dallas
10/01/2022 Colorado Rapids vs. FC Dallas
10/09/2022 FC Dallas vs. Sporting Kansas City

FC Dallas Past Results

2021 7-15-12 11th Cancelled
2020 9-6-7 6th Cancelled
2019 13-12-9 7th Round of 16
2018 16-9-9 4th Round of 16
2017 11-10-13 7th Quarterfinals
2016 17-8-9 1st Champions
2015 18-10-6 1st Round of 16
2014 16-12-6 4th Semifinals
2013 11-12-11 8th Quarterfinals
2012 9-13-12 6th Third Round
2011 15-12-7 4th Semifinals
2010 12-5-14 Runner-up Did not qualify
2009 11-13-6 7th Did not qualify
2008 8-10-12 5th Quarterfinals
2007 13-12-5 3rd Runner-up
2006 16-12-4 1st Quarterfinals
2005 13-10-9 2nd Runner-up
2004 10-14-6 5th Quarterfinals
2003 6-19-5 5th Round of 16
2002 12-9-7 3rd Semifinals
2001 10-11-5 3rd Round of 32
2000 14-14-4 3rd Quarterfinals
1999 19-13-0 2nd Quarterfinals
1998 15-17-0 4th Semifinals
1997 16-16-0 3rd Champions
1996 17-15-0 2nd Semifinals

FC Dallas was one of Major League Soccer’s original franchises. The team was originally named the Dallas Burn back when they started in 1996, but they changed their name after the 2004 season. Unfortunately, the name change has not brought them any closer to that elusive MLS Cup that their fans have been yearning after since the franchise’s inception.

Originally, FC Dallas played at the Cotton Bowl. However, like many of the other early franchises, they soon realized that playing in a massive football stadium in the heart of Dallas would not give their home games a great atmosphere. FC Dallas was able to move into a soccer-specific stadium, Toyota Stadium, in 2005, and that gave the club’s home games a boost.

Although this club has not been able to win an MLS Cup, they have been able to nab two U.S. Open Cups. FC Dallas first won the U.S. Open Cup in 1997, becoming the second MLS franchise to do so after DC United. It took 19 years for them to add a second title, but they were able to hoist the trophy again in 2016. To win that cup, they had to outlast the Oklahoma City Energy of the United Soccer League in penalties, and then knocked off four straight MLS teams to win it all. They won the Supporters’ Shield for the one time in franchise history that year too.

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