Toyota Stadium

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Toyota Stadium
Location Frisco, Texas
Opened August 6, 2005
Other Names FC Dallas Stadium (2012-13)
Pizza Hut Park (2005-12)
Frisco Soccer & Entertainment Complex (2004-05)
Tenants FC Dallas (2005-present)

Toyota Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium located in Frisco, a suburb of Dallas, Texas, United States. Built and owned by the city of Frisco, the 20,500 seat-capacity stadium was opened in 2005.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football December 20, 2017 2017 Frisco Bowl (Louisiana Tech Bulldogs vs. SMU Mustangs) Program
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