Dallas doubles down on women’s sports: City scores soccer league after Wings move OK’d

Happy Female Soccer players on a professional soccer stadium. Girls Team emotionally celebrates victory.

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By Good Info News Wire

May 9, 2024

Updated May 14, 2024

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During a ceremony on May 9 it was announced that the new team would be named Dallas Trinity FC.

The team, along with seven other teams currently in the league, is anticipated to draw thousands of fans each season and generate significant broadcasting revenue.

The new team is part of an expanding league, with plans to introduce six additional teams across the country in the coming years. The inaugural season is set to start on Friday, August 16.

Council Member Chad West and his children attended the official announcement by the team Klyde Warren Park.

Expressing his excitement, West said, “This news means so much to so many soccer fans, but especially young girls like my eight-year-old daughter who has played soccer since she was old enough to walk.”

West also praised Mayor Johnson for his leadership in bringing professional sports to Dallas and Council Member Adam Bazaldua for his efforts to revitalize Fair Park and the Cotton Bowl.

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