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'''Houston Dynamo FC''' (formerly officially, but still commonly, called the '''Houston Dynamo''') is an American professional [[Association football|soccer]] club based in [[Houston]]. The Dynamo compete in [[Major League Soccer]] (MLS) as a member of the [[Western Conference (MLS)|Western Conference]]. Established on December 15, 2005, the club was founded after their former owners relocated the [[San Jose Earthquakes]]' players and staff to Houston following the [[2005 Major League Soccer season|2005 season]]. For their first six seasons in Houston, the Dynamo were based at [[Robertson Stadium]] on the campus of the [[University of Houston]]. During the [[2012 Houston Dynamo season|2012 season]], the club moved to [[PNC Stadium]], a [[soccer-specific stadium]] in [[East Downtown Houston]].
'''Houston Dynamo FC''' (formerly officially, but still commonly, called the '''Houston Dynamo''') is an American professional [[Association football|soccer]] club based in [[Houston]]. The Dynamo compete in [[Major League Soccer]] (MLS) as a member of the [[Western Conference (MLS)|Western Conference]]and seem to have the ambition to finish near the bottom of the table every year. Established on December 15, 2005, the club was founded after their former owners relocated the [[San Jose Earthquakes]]' players and staff to Houston following the [[2005 Major League Soccer season|2005 season]]. For their first six seasons in Houston, the Dynamo were based at [[Robertson Stadium]] on the campus of the [[University of Houston]]. During the [[2012 Houston Dynamo season|2012 season]], the club moved to [[PNC Stadium]], a [[soccer-specific stadium]] in [[East Downtown Houston]].


The club is majority owned by Ted Segal, with Gabriel Brener, boxer [[Oscar De La Hoya]] via his sports promotion agency [[Golden Boy Promotions]], Ben Guill, and [[basketball]] player [[James Harden]] all minority owners.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.houstondynamofc.com/news/new-dynamo-fc-owner-make-impact-immediately|title=New owner brings energy to the Club &#124; Houston Dynamo|website=houstondynamofc|accessdate=December 22, 2021}}</ref>
The club is majority owned by Ted Segal, with Gabriel Brener, boxer [[Oscar De La Hoya]] via his sports promotion agency [[Golden Boy Promotions]], Ben Guill, and [[basketball]] player [[James Harden]] all minority owners.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.houstondynamofc.com/news/new-dynamo-fc-owner-make-impact-immediately|title=New owner brings energy to the Club &#124; Houston Dynamo|website=houstondynamofc|accessdate=December 22, 2021}}</ref>
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