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Enjoy Major League Soccer at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX

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When it comes to soccer, Frisco, Texas is on the map with the Toyota Stadium. This is a stadium specifically designed for soccer, yet does have a stage located at one of the ends for concerts or shows. Mostly, the main stadium area is for watching its MLS home team: the FC Dallas soccer club.

Visitors can enjoy a MLS game in the 20,500 seating capacity stadium all throughout the summer and fall, as the FC Dallas soccer club plays 8 more home matches from July 4th through October 21, 2018. Visitors can also watch the FCS NCAA Division I Football Championship, Frisco ISD high school football games, a concert on October 20 for the National Soccer Hall of Fame induction weekend, and other various athletic and performance events.

As alluded to already, Toyota Stadium (formerly Pizza Hut Park 2005 – 2012) is also the site for the National Soccer Hall of Fame museum. This really puts Frisco on the soccer map, as MLS is the top league for the United States and Canada.

The Toyota Stadium complex also includes 17 regulation size soccer fields outside the main stadium, which are used for practice, hosting soccer tournaments, youth tournaments, and more.

Although Toyota Stadium doesn't host very many concert events (one or two a year), the ones they do are worth attending. For this year, it's the Imagine Dragons for the induction weekend; last year and the year before it was Jimmy Buffett; they've also had: Garbage, Evanescence, and Kiss perform within the last 8 years.

This open field soccer stadium destination is a great place for residents of Frisco to enjoy for the day or night. They can enjoy some competitive entertainment while drinking and eating some great food at their expansive concessions area. Visitors can also shop at the fan shop or get involved with their academy, camps, youth programs, community events, and more.

Residents of Frisco will be pleased to learn about the Toyota Stadium. They can easily make this exciting, world-class destination a regular hangout.

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