Located just north of Frisco Town Square, FC Dallas Stadium has hosted home games for the FC Dallas soccer club since it opened in 2005, with room to seat 20,500 in fold-down seats and luxury suites. The FC Dallas season starts in late March and can run through November; the stadium is used for concerts and high school football games the rest of year. The stands make a U-shape around the field, and a permanent concert stage on the north end of the stadium has hosted performers like Kenny Chesney and Jimmy Buffet. For musical acts, the field is used for additional seating. There are 26 luxury suites that come equipped with a flat-screen TV, wet bar, catering, and plenty of other perks, and the Stadium Club on the main level has a restaurant and a bar—but only for season ticket holders or luxury suite guests.
FC Dallas’ soccer stadium is only a part of what this complex has to offer. There are 17 regulation fields in a soccer park north of the stadium that are used for practices and youth soccer tournaments. Since 2006, the complex has also housed the Baylor Outpatient Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic, where patients can receive physical, occupational, aquatic, and hand therapy, as well as sports rehabilitation. Other amenities include the Dr Pepper Victory Center, where you can grab a snack and sit in a shaded patio, and the Texans Credit Union Walk of Fame, which honors important figures in Texas soccer.
The stadium is formerly known as Pizza Hut Park, but the naming rights ended in 2012.