Score twice the action with a Houston Dash & Dynamo doubleheader at BBVA Stadium

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Photo courtesy of BBVA Compass Stadium

Watch the Houston Dash kick off their season and the Houston Dynamo carry on their goalscoring ways as part of a soccer doubleheader at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday, April 15, 2017.

Head to EaDo for an early afternoon kickoff to the NWSL season as the Houston Dash take on the Chicago Red Stars at 2pm.

The Dash feature Kealia Ohai, who broke club records last year with 11 goals and 4 assists, and World Cup champion Morgan Brian.

Teaming up with new defensive acquisitions Janine Van Wyk and Bruna Benites, the Dash will begin laying the groundwork for their first ever playoff spot.

Houston Dynamo vs Minnesota United FC

After the game, fans will be cleared out of the stadium and have a chance to hang out in Orange Avenue and the Bud Light Beer Garden ahead of the Dynamo’s 7:30pm kickoff against new MLS expansion side, Minnesota United FC.

The Dynamo are off to a flying start this season, scoring 7 goals in three games thanks to the efforts of Erick “Cubo” Torres and newly signed forward Romell Quioto.

Houston Dash & Dynamo Doubleheader at BBVA Compass Stadium

  • Date: Saturday, April 15, 2017
  • Times: Houston Dash vs Chicago Red Stars at 2pm; Houston Dynamo vs Minnesota United FC at 7:30pm
  • Location: BBVA Compass Stadium, 2200 Texas Ave, Houston, TX 77003
  • Parking: Paid lot and free street parking is available in the surrounding area
  • Admission: These are separately ticketed events, with Dash tickets beginning at $17 and Dynamo tickets at $25, not including ticket fees. Tickets for the pregame Bud Light Beer Garden begin at $36 and includes a game ticket with two pregame beers. Click here to purchase Dash Tickets. Click here to purchase Dynamo tickets.
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Justin Jerkins
Justin Jerkins is a sports writer and analyst, living in Houston. From covering local and international soccer, his work has appeared in Dynamo Theory, The Cup, and Soccer Matters with Glenn Davis.