2003 Dallas Burn season

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Dallas Burn
2003 season
Owner Lamar Hunt
Head Coach Mike Jeffries (until September)
Colin Clarke (September – October)
Stadium Dragon Stadium
MLS Conference: 5th
Overall: 10th
U.S. Open Cup Lost Fourth Round vs. Wilmington Hammerheads (1–4)
Brimstone Cup Won Championship vs. Chicago Fire (1–1)
Average home league attendance 7,906
Home colors
Away colors

The 2003 Dallas Burn season was the eighth season of the Major League Soccer team. It still stands as the worst season in franchise history. It was the only season where the team had the worst record in the entire league. The team's average attendance of 7,906 still stands as the lowest in franchise history. The season saw team management fire head coach Mike Jeffries in September. Colin Clarke took over as interim head coach for the rest of the season. The season also saw the team moved from the Cotton Bowl where they had played since their inaugural season to Dragon Stadium in Southlake, Texas, home of the renowned Southlake Carroll Dragons high school football team.

Final standings[edit]

Western Conference GP W L T GF GA GD Pts
y - San Jose Earthquakes 30 14 7 9 45 35 10 51
x - Kansas City Wizards 30 11 10 9 48 44 4 42
x - Colorado Rapids 30 11 12 7 40 45 -5 40
x - Los Angeles Galaxy 30 9 12 9 35 35 0 36
Dallas Burn 30 6 19 5 35 64 -29 23

y - Conference Champions, x - clinched playoff berth

Regular season[edit]

U.S. Open Cup[edit]

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