Just keep kickin’.
Today in weird news in Texas.
The event will be played in sixteen cities across the United States, Mexico, and Canada—and Houston and Dallas are both on the short list.
The largest American city without a professional sports team is awfully thirsty for a team that might not even have many fans.
A week after winning the crown, Claire Jeffress kicked a game-winning field goal.
Sports team owners use San Antonio for leverage. They may be pulling the same move in Austin.
A group of UT computer scientists tries to program a team of machines to play soccer like the pros.
Even with one club in the red, the Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas are apparently worth nine figures.
Houston Dash players married two recent headlines: women’s soccer and same-sex marriage.
When the U.S. and Mexico soccer teams played last week, it proved that fandom is more a state of mind than a state of place.
Watching the U.S. Men's National Team's final match of the 2014 World Cup—which they lost to Belgium 2-1—in Dempsey's hometown.
World Cup fever is spreading!
An abbreviated primer on the most successful sports franchise in Texas this side of the Spurs. (Update: the Dynamo lost to the LA Galaxy, 3-1, in the 2012 MLS Cup Final.)
GLAAD calls on CNN to fire the Houston native and A&M graduate, saying his tweets were "advocating violence against gay people."
The Houston Dynamo player gives us a glimpse of his life off the field.
Clint Dempsey’s World Cup runneth over.
A Dallas soccer team burns up the competition.