BBVA Compass Stadium / Houston Dynamo

Opening Day: May 12, 2012
Capacity: 22,039
Surface: Grass
Current Owner: AEG
Team Website:
Team Phone: 713/276-7500
Address: 2200 Texas St., Houston, TX 77003

From I-10 East/West: From I-10, exit US 59 south, then exit toward Downtown Destinations/Hamilton on the right, go straight on Hamilton Street and then turn left onto Texas Street.

From I-45 North: From I-45, exit onto I-610 east, then continue on I-610 east and take exit US 59 south. Take the Jackson exit and continue onto Jackson. Turn left onto Franklin, then take a right onto St. Emanuel Street.
Turn left onto Texas Street.

From I-45 South: From I-45, take the Scott St. exit and keep left at the fork. Follow signs for St. Joseph Pkwy/Pease. Go right at the fork and follow signs for Pease, then turn right onto Dowling and turn left onto Walker. Turn right onto St. Emanuel Street, then turn right onto Texas Street.

From US-59 South: From US-59 N, take the Polk Street exit, then continue on access road, which leads into Chartres Street. Follow Chartres and then turn right onto Texas Street.

From US-59 North: From US59 S, take the Jackson exit, follow Jackson and then go left onto Franklin. Take a right onto St. Emanuel Street and then turn left onto Texas Street.

The most recently opened MLS facility, BBVA Compass Stadium is also the first MLS-exclusive stadium built in close proximity to an urban center. Indeed, BBVA is a part of an informal complex of venues and buildings, spread out across six blocks, an area that includes Minute Maid Park, Toyota Center and the George R. Brown Convention Center. It has been home to the Houston Dynamo since it opened in 2012, and succeeds the now demolished Robertson Stadium as the hub of Dynamo activity. BBVA also serves as home for the newly-formed Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer League.

BBVA Compass Stadium bears a radically different design, compared to older stadiums in the league. The front façade bears a geometric design that is bright and eye-catching, especially when paired with the blue stadium sign and the vivid Dynamo orange. The interior is just as eye-catching, with the multitudinous rows of orange bleacher seats spreading along the spread of Bermuda grass. The stadium also offers a view of the Houston skyline, which reinforces the sleek urbanity of the stadium grounds.

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