Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo are an American soccer side who play in the MLS in the Western Conference. Founded in December 2005, Dynamo originally played their home matches at the university of Houston until 2011. The club then moved to the BBVA Compass Stadium with a capacity of 22,039. Las Naranjas claimed its first two trophies in its first two seasons, winning the MLS Cup in both 2006 and 2007. Houston Dynamo is also partly owned by former world champion boxer, Oscar De La Hoya.

  Founded:
2005
  Country:
USA
  Stadium:
BBVA Stadium
  Capacity:
22,000

Houston Dynamo

  Founded:
2005
  Country:
USA
  Stadium:
BBVA Stadium
  Capacity:
22,000

Houston Dynamo are an American soccer side who play in the MLS in the Western Conference. Founded in December 2005, Dynamo originally played their home matches at the university of Houston until 2011. The club then moved to the BBVA Compass Stadium with a capacity of 22,039. Las Naranjas claimed its first two trophies in its first two seasons, winning the MLS Cup in both 2006 and 2007. Houston Dynamo is also partly owned by former world champion boxer, Oscar De La Hoya.