Houston Dash news
The Dynamo and Dash are both back from the international break and in action this weekend.
The Dynamo opened the season with 3 points while the Dash earned a second straight 0-0 draw.
After a scoreless draw last week, the Dash head to the Pacific Northwest looking for their first win of the Challenge Cup
Both teams will bring a new orange look to the field this season.
Five Dash players are now on North American International Contracts
The USA overpower Brazil, whilst Canada leave it late against Argentina
Four Houston Dash Players Featured In The North American Tournament Opener.
The Dash’s 2021 second round draft pick Makamae Gomera-Stevens may not be linking up with the team this season but she is impressing out west.
The Canadian is set to earn her 200th cap at this month’s She Believes Cup.
Houston added two new players in last night’s NWSL Draft.
The Dash will be without a 1st Round draft pick for the third consecutive NWSL College Draft.
Racing Louisville will make selections in the Expansion Draft on November 12.
With rules for the 2020 Expansion Draft being reported, where do the Dash stand as they prepare to submit their protected list?
The Dynamo need wins to keep their playoff hopes alive, while the Dash are finishing their season strong.
The Dash will be looking to beat the North Carolina Courage for the first time in club history.
The Dash returned home to BBVA Stadium and came out 3-1 winners over the Orlando Pride.
The Dash return to BBVA Stadium with the Orlando Pride as the opposition.
The Dash fell 4-3 to the North Carolina Courage in a wild match on Saturday.
Up to 3,000 fans will be allowed at games with protocols in place.
Daly appeared in her first domestic football match in her home nation for nine years.