Tours of Toyota Stadium and Soccer Center Are Now Available to the General Public

June 1, 2023 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - FC Dallas News Release

Frisco, Texas - Toyota Stadium and Soccer Center announced today that tours of the complex are now available to the general public.

Toyota Stadium and Soccer Center in Frisco, Texas is more than the home of FC Dallas and its world-renowned Academy, it's a training ground for the next generation of global superstars both on and off the pitch. It's also home to the National Soccer Hall of Fame which honors the greatest icons of the game for their contributions to the growth of soccer in the United States. It's home to the Frisco Bowl, the FCS National Championship game and so much more.

What to Expect on a Toyota Stadium Tour

Now you have the opportunity to experience the magic of Toyota Stadium and Soccer Center with a VIP Guided Tour. The 45-minute experience takes you through the National Soccer Hall of Fame and lets you see all four FIFA Women's World Cup trophies won by the U.S. women's national team. You will also walk through the FC Dallas locker rooms, the press box and get a chance to visit the field level on the award-winning Toyota Stadium pitch.

Book Your Tour Today

Tours are offered in groups and have an eight-person minimum. Tours are only $15 per person and are available to book at All proceed from the tours go towards FC Dallas' Ticket for Troops program which provides complimentary tickets to military service personnel and their guests.

About Toyota Stadium and Soccer Center

Opened in 2005, Toyota Stadium is one of the first soccer-specific stadiums built in the United States. It hosts MLS and international soccer matches, high school and college football games, as well as concerts and other events. The 145-acre Toyota Soccer Center includes 17 regulation-sized, tournament-grade soccer fields and serves as the training facility for the organization's globally renowned Academy system. It is home to MLS' FC Dallas, the FCS championship game, the Frisco Bowl and the National Soccer Hall of Fame which opened in 2018.

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