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Established
2005 (17 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
BBVA Compass Stadium
(22,039 Capacity)

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Location
Houston, Texas

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Competitions
American Major League Soccer
US Open Cup

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Upcoming Events
14 Aug 22 Houston Dynamo  -  CF Montréal
21 Aug 22 Colorado Rapids  -  Houston Dynamo
27 Aug 22 Minnesota United  -  Houston Dynamo
01 Sep 22 Houston Dynamo  -  Los Angeles
05 Sep 22 Seattle Sounders  -  Houston Dynamo

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06 Aug 22 Vancouver Whitecaps  2 - 1  Houston Dynamo
30 Jul 22 Philadelphia Union  6 - 0  Houston Dynamo
24 Jul 22 Houston Dynamo  1 - 2  Minnesota United
18 Jul 22 San Jose  1 - 2  Houston Dynamo
13 Jul 22 Austin FC  3 - 1  Houston Dynamo

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Houston Dynamo are an American professional soccer club based in Houston, Texas. The franchise competes in Major League Soccer (MLS), as a member of the Western Conference. The Dynamo had first played their home games at Robertson Stadium on the University of Houston campus until 2011. Since 2012, the Dynamo has played home matches at BBVA Compass Stadium, a soccer-specific stadium located in Houston. The team's head coach is Wilmer Cabrera.
The Dynamo was established on December 15, 2005 when the then owner of the San Jose Earthquakes, Anschutz Entertainment Group, announced that the team was relocating to Houston after failed attempts in securing a soccer-specific stadium in San Jose, California. The club would then be an expansion team of the league, which began play in 2006. The Dynamo is owned by Gabriel Brener, Jake Silverstein, Ben Guill, and world Olympic boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya.
Houston Dynamo's domestic success consists of winning the 2006 and 2007 MLS Cups in their first two seasons. They also won the U.S. Open Cup in 2018. In 2008, Houston became the first American club to secure a point on Mexican soil in the CONCACAF Champions League era during the 2008–2017 format of the tournament

Team Members
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Adalberto
Alcázar
(Adalberto Carrasquilla)



Roberto
Avila
(Beto Avila)



Corey
Baird




Mateo
Bajamich




Ethan
Bartlow




Juan
David



Steve
Clark




Joe
Corona




Darwin
Adelso



Griffin
Dorsey




Alberth
Elis




Kevin
Garcia




Boniek
García
#27



Teenage
Hadebe




Hector
Herrera
#16



Derrick
Jones




Samuel
Junqua




Niccolo
Lemoine




Juan
Lozano




Adam
Lundkvist




Mauro
Manotas




Jon-Talen
Maples




Tomás
Martínez




Michael
Nelson




Michael
Nelson




Jose
Carlos (Zeca)



Marcelo
Palomino




Tim
Parker
#5



Tyler
Pasher




Ronaldo
Peña




Fafà
Picault
#10



Brooklyn
Raines




Daniel
Ríos
(Danny Ríos)



Memo
Rodriguez




Daniel
Steres




Þorleifur
Úlfarsson
(Thorleifur Úlfarsson)



Xavier
Valdez




Zarek
Valentin
#4



Matías
Vera




Carlos
Vidal




Carlos
Villalba
(Darwin Quintero)


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Stadium or Home

On December 2, 2010, Harris County and the Houston Sports Authority reached an agreement for the 20,000–22,000-seat soccer-specific stadium in Downtown Houston east of Minute Maid Park, across Highway 59 which would be the third sporting facility for Downtown Houston. The venue, now known as BBVA Compass Stadium, opened on May 12, 2012, against D.C. United.
Aside from Major League Soccer and international soccer matches, the new Dynamo stadium also hosts Texas Southern University football, concerts, boxing matches, and much more.

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MLS Cup
2007

MLS Cup
2006


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