040721 Broadcast Announce DL

Houston Dynamo FC announced its broadcast lineup for the 2021 season, presented by 76®, the Club announced today.

Dynamo English-language television broadcasts will return to QuestTexas 55 for the second consecutive season, with 28 of the team’s 34 games airing on the station. Play-by-play voice Glenn Davis and analyst Eddie Robinson will return for their 10th season together, while sideline reporter Cindy Burbano returns for her fifth season with the Club.

Fifteen Dynamo games, including 13 away games and home contests against in-state rivals FC Dallas and Austin FC, will air in Spanish on TeleXitos 47.2. Veteran play-by-play voice Alex Parra will call the action with Daniela Rodriguez providing match analysis. Enrique Vasquez and Gustavo Rangel will also return to provide match analysis throughout the season.

Six Dynamo games will be televised nationally – three on UniMás, two on Univision and one on ESPN.

Veteran broadcasters Daniel Mejia and Lester Gretsch will once again serve as the Spanish radio voices of the Dynamo on TUDN Radio 1010 AM. This marks Mejia’s 16th season calling games for the Club and the sixth consecutive that he’ll team with Gretsch to call games on Univision.

New this year, the Dynamo will broadcast six games in English on ESPN Radio 97.5 with select games also simulcast on its sister station, 92.5 FM. Davis and Robinson will deliver the radio call on those games when the Dynamo are on national television. Fans can hear the call by Davis, Robinson and Burbano for all other games by streaming the audio at HoustonDynamoFC.com/Radio.

Fans can also stream the match through the SeatGeek app, creating a one-stop shop with their tickets, stadium information and match audio in one place on their phone.

The full Dynamo 2021 season schedule with broadcast information may be found online at HoustonDynamoFC.com/Broadcast.