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FC Dallas presents ‘Welcome to the Neighborhood Night’ Sept. 27

Get your tickets for FC Dallas vs. Colorado at Toyota Stadium on Sept. 27. The event is billed as “Welcome to the Neighborhood Night.”

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FC Dallas’ Jose Ferreira surprises Frisco ISD counselor; tickets on sale for Back to School Night game

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Back to School Night is Aug. 12 with FC Dallas vs. Colorado at 7 p.m. – Photo courtesy FC Dallas.

Jesus Ferreira @Jesusfcd27 surprised his guidance counselor Abby Cole (left) at Frisco Lone Star High School @LSHSRangers. with what looks like soccer tickets for Back to School Night. … 🙂

Be on hand at the FC Dallas soccer game against the Colorado Rapids on Back to School Night. The game start at 7 p.m. Aug. 12 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco.

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Frisco Wakeland students pick up inside knowledge on sports as business from Frisco Mayor Maher Maso

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Frisco Mayor Maher Maso said, “Sports is a business. Sports is creating jobs here in Frisco. Athletes are a very small percentage of the jobs included with sports organizations. What you are learning in this class will help you be able to come back here after college and find a job.”

Maso’s remarks came in a Frisco ISD Wakeland High School sports marketing class on Guest Speakers Day recently.

Guest speakers also included attorney John R. Sigety of Hiersche, Hayward, Drakely and Urbach, P.C., Rush Olson of Rush Olson Creative and Sports and Gina Miller, vice president of media and communications for FC Dallas.

Maso spoke to students about the importance of partnerships between private companies and public entities such as the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD. Maso explained how the community of Frisco has become one of the best places in the nation to raise an athlete. There are more opportunities than ever for kids to get involved in sports in Frisco, and these private/public partnerships have become the cornerstone for all these opportunities.

Maso specifically pointed out how the partnership between Frisco ISD and FC Dallas has become a model for others to follow.

“The partnership between the Hunt family, Frisco ISD and the City of Frisco became the model and really put us on the map for public/private partnerships,” said Maso. “Others come here to talk to us about our model and learn from all that we have established here.”

Maso explained that the subsequent partnership between Frisco ISD, the City of Frisco and the Dallas Cowboys has brought more opportunities than ever for students in Frisco with the building of the Ford Center.

“The Ford Center to me is more an education facility than a sports facility,” Maso said. “There is audio/video production, sports rehabilitation, hospitality, marketing, all for use by FISD students.”

Maso told the class about some of the sports technology and innovation that is finding a home in Frisco.

“Frisco will soon become the number one sports innovation and technology destination in the country,” Maso said. “There is already a huge sports medicine research presence here in Frisco with all the Baylor, Scott and White facilities, Scottish Rite and even NFL concussion research.”

Soccer – FC Dallas tops Houston, 4-1, to make MLS Cup playoffs

Mauro Diaz, David Texeira and Kellen Acosta scored goals in FC Dallas’ 4-1 victory over the Houston Dynamo on Sunday. Texeira scored twice as FC Dallas clinched the MLS playoffs and beat Houston for the fifth consecutive time.

Texeira scored to make it 2-1 in the 51st minute of play.

Tied at 1-1 – Texeira took a pass from Zach Loyd and sent off a 25-yard shot.

“I still can’t believe I scored that goal. Always as a striker you try to create chances to shoot from outside the goal,” Texeira said. “I think it’s one of the best goals I’ve scored since I started playing professionally.”

Costa gave FC Dallas a 3-1 lead with a goal in the 55th minute.

“I’m happy for the team and for myself,” Texeira said after Sunday’s win. “I think we did a great job today. It was what we needed, three points to get in the playoffs, so we’re happy.”

Earlier in the game, Diaz put FC Dallas on the board in the 25th minute.

Ricardo Clarke of the Dynamo tied the score at 1-1 in the 36th minute.

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