Inter Miami CF to Play Preseason Match Against FC Dallas at Cotton Bowl Stadium on Jan. 22


Inter Miami CF announced the final friendly of its historic 2024 preseason schedule, with the Club set to play in the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas’ Fair Park, Texas against MLS foe FC Dallas on Monday, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. ET. The announcement wraps up a never-seen-before tour for an MLS team, as the exciting six-week preseason will feature Inter Miami matches in El Salvador, Texas, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong and Tokyo before concluding with a game at DRV PNK Stadium ahead of the team’s thrilling fifth season.

"We are pleased to be able to play in a historic venue like the Cotton Bowl as part of our 2024 preseason preparations,” said Chief Soccer Officer and Sporting Director Chris Henderson. “This match against FC Dallas will provide us with a great test against MLS opposition ahead of our fifth season for Inter Miami. We're looking forward to making this our most memorable campaign yet.”

“We’re excited to have secured the final match of what will be a historic preseason for Inter Miami and MLS. We’re proud to embark on this journey that no other team in league history has experienced, and look forward to captivating our worldwide fan base with our 2024 preseason tour. We’re thrilled to continue putting ourselves in positions to make history,” said Chief Business Officer Xavier Asensi. 

Tickets for the match will be on-sale to the public beginning Monday, January 8th at 11 a.m. ET at The match is being operated through a third-party promoter, separate of FC Dallas and Inter Miami, and all ticket questions can be directed to or by calling 214.670.8400. 

Broadcast information will be announced at a later date.

The preseason friendly will see Inter Miami visit a historic sporting venue in the 92,000-capacity Cotton Bowl Stadium, which was opened in 1930 on the site of the State Fair of Texas. Since then the stadium has been the home to many sporting organizations, including former MLS side Dallas Burn from 1994 through the 2002 MLS season and again in 2004 and for a portion of the 2005 season, and has housed numerous major sporting events, notably being one of the nine venues for the 1994 FIFA World Cup.