Toyota Stadium in Frisco, home of FC Dallas, is serving vegan food. But maybe more exciting is this simple addition: a Chick-fil-A!

Toyota Stadium in Frisco, home of FC Dallas, is serving vegan food. But maybe more exciting is this simple addition: a Chick-fil-A!

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Toyota Stadium is kicking off FC Dallas' new season with a new menu. But does a BLT or a cup of sliced veggies excite you, soccer fans? Maybe not. Let's try this instead: The stadium now has a Chick-fil-A. 

Tell your kids; lines are gonna be long. Now, a reality check: The new Chick-fil-A will be closed on Sundays. Naturally.

Other perks at the stadium include $3 food and drink at the 3 More Points Stand located in Sections 112 and 120. Popcorn, nachos, chips, candy and more will cost $3.

The mediterranean hummus at Toyota Stadium comes with pita chips.

The mediterranean hummus at Toyota Stadium comes with pita chips.

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The stadium is doubling down on healthful food this season. At Market 469, a stand available to all ticketholders, options include a vegan salad of avocado, cauliflower and tomato (pictured above); a veggie sandwich on gluten-free bread; and hummus with pita chips (on right). 

Over the years, stadiums in North Texas have gotten hip to vegan cuisine. Globe Life Park, home to the Texas Rangers, was even called the most vegan-friendly ballpark in the country in 2017.

Other new menu options at Toyota Stadium include a chicken-pesto panini; smoked rib plate and taco salad; see photos below.

FC Dallas' new season begins March 2 with a game against the New England Revolution.

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