Current Houston Dynamo and former USMNT defender DeMarcus Beasley has officially announced today that this year will be his last year playing professional soccer. On May 24th he turns 37-years-old. DeMarcus Beasley has been playing with Houston Dynamo since joining from Puebla back in 2014. He has made over 112 appearances for Houston Dynamo since 2014. Beasley has previously played for LA Galaxy, Chicago Fire, PSV, Manchester City, Rangers, Hannover 96, and Puebla. Beasley has also made 126 appearances for the United States Men’s National team including winning the CONCACAF Gold Cup 4 times.
tonight the Houston Dynamo takes on the Columbus crew at home. If you’re going to the game please be thoughtful about your planning to the stadium since the Astros are playing and closed routes
Houston’s last 6 games: DWWWWL
columbus last 6 games: LWWLLL
Houston Dynamo are officially eliminated by Mexican side Tigres UANL from the CONCACAF Champions League. Houston Dynamo lost the first leg at home against Tigres UANL 2-0 and would have had to score 2-goals to go to penalties or score 3-goals minimum to be able to win the second leg. During the second leg, Houston Dynamo were pretty solid for 67 minutes of the game on preventing Tigres from scoring but also failing on being able to score a single goal. Thanks to a goal from Carlos Salcedo, Houston Dynamo loses on aggregate 3-0 against Tigres UANL and is officially eliminated from the CONCACAF Champions League.
Houston Dynamo suffered a horrible defeat at home during the first leg against Tigres in the CONCACAF Champions League. Houston Dynamo will need a minimum of 3 goals in Mexico against Tigres to be able to beat them and go through to the next round, but needs 2 goals to draw the game and go straight to penalties. Houston Dynamo were missing two key players for the game including Struna & Martinez. Houston Dynamo has many opportunities to score against Tigres but never took the shot. Joe Willis did an amazing job at goalkeeping preventing many close calls against Houston. BBVA Stadium was filled with Tigres fans and honestly not a single Houston fan could even be spotted. Tigres literally played at home in Houston. Bad day for MLS clubs today.
Houston Dynamo will officially be moving on to the next round in the CONCACAF Champions League thanks to an aggregate score of 3-1. Houston Dynamo beat Guastatoya CD 1-0 away in their first leg and then won 2-1 at home in the second leg. DeMarcus Beasley scored the lone goal in the first leg while in the second leg, Manotas scored both goals for Houston Dynamo after coming on as a sub and trailing 1-0 against Guastatoya. Guastatoya was the only Guatemalan club to qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League this year after being crowned champions in the Guatemalan first division. Houston Dynamo qualified for the CONCACAF Champions League due to the fact that they beat Philadelphia Union in the U.S. Open Cup.
The Houston Dynamo have have signed striker Mauro Manotas to a new 3-year deal, which will keep him at the club through 2021. The 23-year-old had 19 goals in 33 appearances last season for Houston and has scored a total of 35 goals in 4 seasons for the Dynamo.
Houston Dynamo was the only MLS team to win in tonight’s CONCACAF Champions League match day. Houston Dynamo officially beats Guatemalan side CD Guastatoya 1-0 thanks to a 84’ minute goal by 36-year-old Demarcus Beasley goal from corner kick. Houston Dynamo qualified for the CONCACAF Champions League due to the fact that they beat Philadelphia Union in the U.S. Open Cup. The team will be leaving Guatemala with an away goal in favor meaning CD Guastatoya will be needing at least one goal at BBVA Compass Stadium against Houston Dynamo.
The Houston Dynamo will face CD Guastatoya in the CONCACAF Champions League. Kick off will at 9pm. The first leg will be played at Estadio Mateo Flores in Guatemala.
Houston Dynamo beat Seattle Sounders at the second half. The Houston Dynamo will play Sporting Kansas City next. Goals from Cabezas, Peña, and Hairston.
Jared Watts has announced retirement. Watts played 7 games for Houston in 2018. The defender played 70 games for the Rapids finding the back of the net once. We wanna wish the best of luck to Jared on his retirement!