Toyota Stadium / FC Dallas

Opening Day: August 6, 2005
Capacity: 20,295
Surface: Grass
Current Owner: City of Frisco
Team Website:
Team Phone: 469-365-0000
Address: 9200 World Cup Way, Suite 202, Frisco, TX 75034

From Dallas: Go west on Main Street toward South Field Street, then take a right onto North Field Street and then take a left onto Elm Street. Follow and take the ramp onto I-35E North. Follow and take exit 429D off I-35 onto the Dallas North Tollway N, then take the exit toward Cotton Gin Road/Main Street and merge onto Dallas Parkway. Turn right on Main Street and then take a left onto World Cup Way.

Toyota Stadium has undergone several name changes over the years. Starting as the Frisco Soccer & Entertainment Complex, the stadium then held the name Pizza Hut Park from 2005 to 2012. It was briefly named FC Dallas Stadium, before becoming Toyota Stadium on September 10, 2013. Interestingly, it is one of two stadiums in the MLS to be named for Toyota; Toyota Park was the first to sign a name agreement in 2006, but Toyota Stadium predates the Park by ten months in terms of age.

Toyota Stadium management takes pride for being both a hub for MLS soccer and an example of environmental consciousness. The stadium was named the first “green” sports stadium in Texas, and has also received accolades from the Dallas Business Journal and the SportsTurf Managers Association. The stadium also hosts teams from the Frisco Independent School District. Besides the main field, the Toyota complex also has 17 soccer fields, which are used for youth and adult soccer, as well as other high school events.

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