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Soccer is alive and exciting in Houston. The 2011 Houston Dynamo season is the sixth season of the team's existence, breaking the record for the most seasons played for a Houston soccer team.

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Dynamo entered Major League Soccer in 2005 and plays its home games at the 32,000 capacity Robertson Stadium, located on the University of Houston campus in southeast Houston, where they have played since their creation.

The Houston Dynamo competed in the 2010 Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic in Orlando, Florida. The club would lose to the New York Red Bulls in the Semifinals (0-0, 5-6 in PKs), but would claim third place after defeating Texas Derby rival, FC Dallas, by a score of 2-1.

The 2010 season was kicked off with a 1-1 draw against Texas Derby rivals, FC Dallas, at Pizza Hut Park. The home opener hampered the season as Brian Ching was out for 4-6 weeks because of a left hamstring strain suffered during the first half against Real Salt Lake. Cameron surprised everyone and returned in August, and scored a 70th minute header from a free kick by Brad Davis against DC United in the Dynamo's 3-1 win on September 25 in RFK Stadium.

During the 2010 season, the Dynamo continued their season with the 2010 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The club would defeat Miami FC, 1-0, on June 29 before losing to Chivas USA, 1-3 in the Quarterfinals on July 6 (both games at Robertson Stadium). The Dynamo also competed in the 2010 North American SuperLiga, winning the group before exiting quickly after a 0-1 loss to Morelia on August 5 at Robertson Stadium.

On February 5, 2011, Houston Dynamo players, accompanied by Dynamo owner Philip Anschutz and Equity Partners Oscar De La Hoya and Gabriel Brener, Houston Mayor Annise Parker, Harris County Judge Ed Emmitt, Houston Dynamo President Chris Canetti, participated in the groundbreaking of the Dynamo's new stadium. The 20,000-22,000-seat soccer specific stadium will be built in Downtown Houston, which would be the third sporting facility for Downtown Houston. Construction began later that month and the venue is scheduled to open in April 2012.

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