Which teams will be in Fort Worth this weekend?
Fort Worth is the home of the Fort Worth Stars, a professional football team that plays in the United Soccer League.
They have been on a hot streak since mid-March, and have won six of their last seven games.
In the last week, the team has gone 9-0-0.
On Saturday, the Stars will be at the Texas Memorial Stadium, the home stadium for the Dallas Cowboys.
This weekend’s game is set to be played at 6 p.m. and will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1.
The Cowboys are 4-0 in their last six home games against the Fort Bend County FC, which is coached by the same men who coach the Fort D.C. Stars.
In the Fort Myers area, the Fort Wayne Wildcats are 6-2-0 this season and the Fort Monroe Spartans are 3-2.
The Fort Worth Eagles, the defending American Athletic Conference champions, are 4,5-1 this season.
“We’re going to have a really good team,” said Fort Worth FC coach Jason Mihalycz.
If Fort Worth’s undefeated streak continues, the Eagles could be on their way to a third straight league title.
As the Eagles look to move up in the standings, they will need to continue to play the best in the league, and they will have to do it against teams that will be coming into town on Saturday.
According to Fox Sports, Fort Worth will host the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, March 9.
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Jason Muhalkcz is a former United States Men’s National Team player who is now a coach and an assistant coach at Fort Worth.
The views expressed in this article are his own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.