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North Texas SC is a professional soccer team based in Arlington, Texas that competes in the MLS Next Pro league, the third division of American soccer. The team is owned by and operates as the reserve team of the Major League Soccer club FC Dallas.

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North Texas SC History

FC Dallas made the announcement on November 2, 2018, that the club would be allowed to compete in the newly formed third level of the United Soccer League in 2019. On December 6, 2018, the club then formally confirmed the name of the reserve side, which is now known as North Texas SC, as well as its crest.

North Texas SC won the USL League One championship in the team’s first season, despite the fact that the majority of its players came from FC Dallas’s youth program. This accomplishment came after the team had already won the inaugural regular-season crown.

In addition, the team announced in October that they would be moving from Toyota Stadium, where FC Dallas plays their games, to Choctaw Stadium in Arlington, Texas for the 2020 USL League One Season. There, they will share the newly renovated stadium with the XFL team the Dallas Renegades. The move is scheduled to take place for the beginning of the USL League One Season. On December 6, 2021, the club made the announcement that it would be participating in the inaugural 21-team MLS Next Pro season, which would begin in 2022.

North Texas SC Stadium

Choctaw Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium that is located in Arlington, Texas, in the United States. It is located between Dallas and Fort Worth. It was originally constructed as a baseball stadium, and from 1994 until 2019, it served as the home of the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball as well as the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame. However, the team has since moved out of the stadium and into the new Globe Life Field. It was built to take the place of Arlington Stadium, which was located nearby, and it first opened its doors as The Ballpark in Arlington in April of 1994.

In the year 2020, it underwent renovations so that it may be used as a venue for football and soccer games. The Dallas Renegades, a team in the XFL, called the stadium their home for many years. The North Texas SC of MLS Next Pro, who are FC Dallas’ reserve team, and Six Flags Entertainment Corporation are both current tenants of the Centerfield Office Building. Six Flags Entertainment Corporation recently moved its world headquarters from a converted data center in Grand Prairie to the upper floor of the Centerfield Office Building. The Major League Rugby team known as the Dallas Jackals intend to move their games to the stadium in the year 2022.