2001 Dallas Burn season

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Dallas Burn
2001 season
Owner Lamar Hunt
Head Coach Mike Jeffries
Stadium Cotton Bowl
MLS Central Division: 3rd
Overall: 8th
MLS Cup Lost Quarterfinals vs. Chicago Fire (0 – 2 – 1)
U.S. Open Cup Lost Second Round vs. Seattle Sounders Select (2 – 3, OT)
Brimstone Cup Lost vs. Chicago Fire (1 – 3 – 2)
Average home league attendance 12,574
Home colors
Away colors

The 2001 Dallas Burn season was the sixth season of the Major League Soccer team. The team made the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year. Due to the September 11 attacks, the final few weeks of the season were cancelled. It was the first season under new head coach Mike Jeffries. The season was full of highs and lows. The team set the franchise record for highest attended playoff game on September 23, a record which still stands. The team also had their worst run in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in franchise history, shockingly losing to the Seattle Sounders in overtime of the second round.

Final Standings[edit]

Central Division GP W L D GF GA GD Pts
x - Chicago Fire 27 16 6 5 50 30 20 53
x - Columbus Crew 26 13 7 6 49 36 13 45
x - Dallas Burn 26 10 11 5 48 47 1 35
Tampa Bay Mutiny 27 4 21 2 32 68 -36 14

x - clinched playoff berth

Regular Season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

U.S. Open Cup[edit]

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