There are, of course, former FC Dallas Academy players all over the place in the college game. This year I have two candidates I think FCD should look at for College-age Homegrowns.
FCD’s exciting young U17 goalkeeper standout Julian Eyestone has been chosen for the 2023 MLS Next All-Star Game.
The end of the 2022-23 MLS Next season is upon us so it’s time to talk Academy signings once again.
The US U17 Men’s National Team is holding its first camp since qualifying for the 2023 FIFA U17 World Cup this week in Palm Beach, Florida.
There were several outstanding individual performances along the way and a few of them have been honored by MLS and the GA Cup.
Eyecatching saves from Julian Eyestone, including a 90th-minute penalty save, propelled North Texas to victory on Sunday as an early Hope Avayevu goal was enough for all 3 points against LAFC 2 in both clubs’ 2023 MLS Next Pro opener.
According to a post on Instagram, FC Dallas Academy keeper Julian Eyestone has been called into US U17 camp in Guatemala as an alternate.
Based on a couple of conversations I’ve had, I think North Texas SC may be a little more developmental in 2023 than in previous seasons.
FC Dallas’ 6’6″ U17 goalkeeper Julian Eyestone is the lone FC Dallas player named to the US Under-17 Team by head coach Gonzalo Segares for a camp in Chula Vista, CA., from Aug. 18-24.
Yes, you read that headline correctly. The era of FC Dallas signing kids in high school has ended.