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2023 Dallas Cup Broadcast Schedule

Fourteen matches will be aired live from Toyota Stadium on ESPN3; Marquee opening day event at Cotton Bowl Stadium to be streamed on new on-demand platform



DALLAS, Texas (Friday, March 31) – Dallas Cup, the oldest and most prestigious youth soccer tournament in North America, has released the broadcast schedule for the 2023 edition of the tournament. Dallas Cup’s marquee opening day event will be streamed live from the venerable Cotton Bowl Stadium on the new Dallas Cup on-demand video platform. Fourteen matches will be aired live from Toyota Stadium on ESPN3 during championship weekend.


The marquee opening day event at Cotton Bowl Stadium, featuring a triple-header of tournament matches and the “Welcome World” Parade of Nations, will be streamed live on a new Dallas Cup on-demand platform. Throughout the tournament, every match will be recorded and uploaded to this service as well, for teams, family, and fans of the sport to enjoy.


Sunday, April 2 – Cotton Bowl Stadium


12:30 PM

​19U Dallas Cup Girls’ Invitational

FC Dallas Girls 05/04 ECNL (TX)

vs.

Australian School Girls (AUS)

Live Stream on

watch.dallascup.org

3:00 PM

19U Gordon Jago Super Group

Fulham FC (ENG)

vs.

Sao Paulo FC (BRA)

Live Stream on

watch.dallascup.org

5:00 PM

2023 Dallas Cup Opening Ceremonies and "Parade of Nations"

Live Stream on

watch.dallascup.org

6:30 PM

19U Gordon Jago Super Group

Real Madrid (ESP)

vs.

CF Monterrey (MEX)

Live Stream on

watch.dallascup.org

The Dallas Cup Girls Invitational presented by Mary Kay, which features girls U15 through U19 age brackets, will have its four championships matches carried live on ESPN3 on Friday, April 7 from Toyota Stadium in Frisco. Additionally, the semi-finals of the 19U Gordon Jago Super Group at Toyota Stadium will be aired on ESPN3 on Friday, April 7th. The ESPN platform will also provide live coverage from Toyota Stadium for the finals of the Under 13 through Under 19 Boys divisions in the Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola on April 8th and 9th.

ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports digital platform, a destination that delivers thousands of sports events annually. It is accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected devices through the ESPN App. Local sports production company ‘Oculus Media Group’ will produce the live video feed that will be distributed to ESPN3 for its national streaming.


Friday, April 7 – Toyota Stadium & Toyota Soccer Center


8:00 AM

Dallas Cup Girls' Invitational presented by Mary Kay

15U Girls Final

​Streamed live on ESPN3

10:00 AM

​Dallas Cup Girls' Invitational presented by Mary Kay

16U Girls Final

​Streamed live on ESPN3

11:00 AM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

12U Boys Final

Live Stream on

watch.dallascup.org

12:00 PM

​​Dallas Cup Girls' Invitational presented by Mary Kay

17U Girls Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

2:30 PM

​​Dallas Cup Girls' Invitational presented by Mary Kay

19U Girls Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

5:00 PM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

19U Gordon Jago Super Group Semi #1

Streamed live on ESPN3

7:30 PM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

19U Gordon Jago Super Group Semi #2

Streamed live on ESPN3

Saturday, April 8 – Toyota Stadium


​9:00 AM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

13U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

11:00 AM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

14U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

1:00 PM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

15U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

3:00 PM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

16U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

Sunday, April 9 – Toyota Stadium


9:00 AM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

17U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

11:30 AM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

18U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

2:00 PM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

19U Boys Final

Streamed live on ESPN3

4:30 PM

Dallas Cup presented by Coca-Cola

Gordon Jago Super Group Final

Streamed live on ESPN3


The 2023 edition of the tournament will be played April 1 through April 9 in the Greater Dallas area, with more than 270 elite boys and girls teams from across the United States and different parts of the world vying for the prestigious “Boot and Ball” championship trophy. Between participating teams and referees, more than 30 countries will be represented in 2023.

Stay up to date at www.dallascup.org and by following the Dallas Cup on all social media platforms, @dallascup.

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