Burn launch revamped website

The Dallas Burn announced today the re-design and re-launch of the team's official website, The site is now one of eight MLS team websites on the new Internet Network created through a partnership with Sports on Earth, LLC.

The new and improved will give fans access to more features as well as increased ease in navigating the site. The extensive multimedia section will feature live and archived video webcasts of most Burn home and road matches as well as photos from each match. The site will also be integrated with where fans can view MLS news, get up to the minute stats and standings and follow the play-by-play of every Burn and league match through's exclusive Match Tracker.

Additionally, the new site will allow fans to closely track the project development for the Frisco Soccer and Entertainment Center.

"Our fans deserve the latest and most comprehensive information possible on the team," said Burn President and General Manager Greg Elliott. "Our website hasn't been up to par the past few years and we're excited to partner with MLS and Sports on Earth to bring the fans a dramatic upgrade and a more interactive site."

"We are extremely happy to team up with the Dallas Burn and Major League Soccer," said Phil Green, General Manager Internet Network. "We have received an overwhelmingly positive fan reaction to the new, the official league website, and we are looking forward to taking that success to the team level and providing Burn fans with up to the minute news, information, analysis and all of the exciting video and audio highlights from on and off the field."

Through their partnership with MLS, Sports on Earth will provide original editorial content, audio and video highlights, design and technical support as well as marketing and sales support to MLS and each of the eight clubs whose site is a part of the network.

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