2004 Dallas Burn season

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Dallas Burn
2004 season
Owner Lamar Hunt
Head Coach Colin Clarke
Stadium Cotton Bowl
MLS Conference: 5th
Overall: 8th
U.S. Open Cup Lost Quarterfinal vs. Kansas City Wizards (0 – 4)
Brimstone Cup Won Championship vs. Chicago Fire (2 – 0)
Average home league attendance 9,088
Home colors
Away colors

The 2004 Dallas Burn season was the eighth season of the Major League Soccer team. The season saw the team fail to make the playoffs for the second consecutive year. The season was also the first full season under head coach Colin Clarke. The team moved from Dragon Stadium back to the Cotton Bowl. It would be the last season for the team in the Cotton Bowl, as they would move to their current stadium in Frisco. It was also the team’s final season as the Burn. With the move to their own stadium the next year, the team would be rebranded as FC Dallas in 2005. Burn forward Eddie Johnson shared the Golden Boot Award with Brian Ching, tying him for the most goals in the MLS with 12. Johnson was the second Burn player to win the award, with Jason Kreis previously winning it in 1999.

Final Standings[edit]

Western Conference GP W L T GF GA GD Pts
y - Kansas City Wizards 30 14 9 7 38 30 8 49
x - Los Angeles Galaxy 30 11 9 10 42 40 2 43
x - Colorado Rapids 30 10 9 11 29 32 -3 41
x - San Jose Earthquakes 30 9 10 11 41 35 6 38
Dallas Burn 30 10 14 6 34 45 -11 36

y - Conference Champions, x - clinched playoff berth

Regular Season[edit]

U.S. Open Cup[edit]

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