Houston Dynamo are a United States Major League Soccer team, that play their home fixtures at 32,000 Capacity Robertson Stadium in Houston, Texas. Created as an expansion team in December 2005, the Dynamo were born from the San Jose Earthquakes being relocated, whilst the players and staff moved to Houston, the San Jose name & team history did not.
Houston Dynamo are an American soccer club who play in the MLS and the Eastern Conference. They are most notable known for wearing orange home shirts which are supplied by adidas. Notable players to have played for the club include Brian Ching, Ricardo Clark, Dwayne De Rosario, Stuart Holden, Kei Kamara, Carlo Costly, Dominic Oduro and Wade Barrett.
Houston Dynamo become the latest MLS franchise to release a new shirt for the fast approaching 2016 campaign. Seeing the popular MLS club roll-over their 2015 home shirt from the previous season, the 'Dynamos' have officially released an all-new away strip which provides a powerful visual through [...]
Houston Dynamo are the latest MLS side to officially reveal their new home kit as part of Jersey Week. Using the club's trademark orange colour, the new home shirt features a new and modern gradient chequered design on the front of the shirt [...]
MLS side Houston Dynamo have revealed their new away kit for the 2014 MLS season. Playing New England Revolution in their season opener this Saturday, the new Houston Dynamo away shirt reveals a predominantly white display along with orange trim [...]
As the start of the MLS 2013 season is now only four days away, clubs are currently busy launching their new shirts for the new season. Houston Dynamo yesterday launched their new shirts manufactured by adidas. “Introducing a new uniform is always exciting for a team and its fans,” said [...]
The name Dynamo refers to two previous football teams in Houston the Dynamos of the Lone Star Soccer Alliance in 1987-1991 and the Houston Dynamos of the United Soccer League in 1984.
Supporters of the Dynamo wear the club shirts which are orange for home fixtures and white for away games, supporters are known as the Texian Army and El Batallon.