October 9 game time change
The game broadcast is also no longer on TeleFuture but will air on Fox Sports Southwest Plus. There is also a concert after the game.
Here's FCD's announcment about the change... (ed note: everything below this was written by FCD and is out of date)
kickoff time for oct. 9 match moved to 5PM central time
FCD home finale to include post-game concert
FRISCO, Texas – FC Dallas’ October 9 game against the Colorado Rapids at Pizza Hut Park will have a later kick off time, the club announced today. The game, which was originally scheduled for 3 p.m. Central Time, will now be played at 5 p.m. Central Time.
As a result of the time change, the match will not be shown nationally on TeleFutura, but will remain locally broadcast on FSSW Plus. A Faith and Family Night concert will be held immediately following the match.
In the teams’ first meeting of the season, FC Dallas tied the Colorado Rapids, 1-1 on July 31 in Colorado. FC Dallas currently sits fifth in the overall MLS standings with 37 points. Colorado is in seventh with 31 points. Eight teams qualify for the postseason in Major League Soccer.
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