Season 18 - 3rd Place, 30-3-5, 93 points, 160 goals scored, 30 allowed, +130 goal differential.
Finished 8 points behind first time league champions Chelsea FC USA, and six behind runners up Lexington Lions.
It was an impressive year for Randal Nesbitt scored a career high 32 goals in 34 games to put him at 2nd place on the scoring charts, while Luca Florence had his first 20+ goal season with 22 goals in 24 games for 10th place, and Oddo Adani and Primo Fiorillo finished in a dead heat for 12th place each with 20 goals in 27 games. Center-midfielder Regan Spellacy also hit the charts at 18th place with 18 goals in 31 games. In terms of transfers, Italian left-midfielder Eugenio Rossini joined from Irish Football Club for a fee of $824,000. The (at the time) 25 year-old scored 6 goals in 32 games in his first season with Dallas. 19 year-old Italian rookie goalkeeper Gennaro Marco also signed his first professional contract with Dallas, a five-year deal worth a total of $415,000.
Season 19 - 1st Place, 33-2-3, 101 points, 208 goals scored, 32 allowed, +176 goal differential.
Beat second place arch-rivals Minnesota Torpedoes FC by eight points, most goals scored in league history, best goal differential in league history. 6th league title in Dragons history.
Another great year for the forwards as Oddo Adani scored 35 goals in only 27 games and lead the league for a Dragons record 3rd time. The Dragons had their first season in which all three of their starting forwards scored 30+ goals, as both Nesbitt and Fiorillo scored 31 goals, in 30 and 31 games respectively, to finish 3rd and fourth behind Mcgrath McSorley of Chelsea who also scored 31 goals, but in only 28 games. It was Adani's third 30+ goal season, Nesbitt's fourth, and Fiorillo's first. Luca Florence had his second 20 goals season with 20 in 21 games, finishing 15th on the scoring charts. For the midfielders, new signing Mardon Nolly (since retired at age 33, at the time the American was 28 and in his first year with the Dragons on a four year, $1.5 million per year deal) scored 24 goals in 30 games for 10th place. Regan Spellacy also continued to be on the scoring charts at 20th place with 19 goals in 30 games. Aside from acquiring Nolly in free agency, the Dragons also picked up 27 year-old Argentinian defender Kun Arrieta for his first professional contract at $1.1 million per year for three years. Arrieta played 35 games in his rookie season and scored 7 goals.
Season 20 - 1st Place, 37-0-1, 111 points, 181 goals scored, 31 allowed, +150 goal differential.
Beat second place Greensboro Football Club by 14 points. Achieved highest point total in league history. 7th league title in Dragons history, second consecutive title, second time the Dragons have won back-to-back titles (last time being seasons three and four). Fourth time a team has won back-to-back titles in league history (MS United in seasons one and two, Dragons in three and four, and the Lexington Lions in seasons thirteen and fourteen).
Dallas won their second consecutive title handily, barely missing out on the first undefeated season in league history, with their one loss coming at home against Minnesota. The forwards shone once again as Primio Fiorillo finished dead even for 2nd on the scoring charts with Chelsea's Florinio Guillen with 30 goals in 32 games. Adani finished in 6th place with 26 goals in as many games, while Randal Nesbitt and midfielder Regan Spellacy finished right behind him with 25 goals apiece. Spellacy claimed 7th by doing so in only 28 games compared to Nesbitt's 8th place effort of 32 games. Luca Florence stayed on the charts and just missed out on a third 20+ goal season with 19 scored in 20 games for 18th place. Midfielder Mardon Nolly just barely stayed on the charts at 23rd, with 18 goals in 30 games. For transfers this season, superstar Irish defender Davin McClire joined via free agency from the Irish Football Club, signing a five-year, $5,000,000 deal with the Dragons. In his first season in Dallas he played in 31 games and scored 13 goals, equaling Buffon Criscito's Dragons' defenders' goalscoring record set way back in season 4.
Season 21 - 1st Place, 36-2-0, 110 points, 209 goals scored, 25 allowed, +184 goal differential
Beat second place Covington Old Boys by 19 points. 8th league title in club history. First time in league history that a team has gone undefeated. Most goals scored in league history, best goal differential in league history. First time in league history a team has won three straight titles.
The Dragons brought home an unprecedented third straight American league title, while setting the league mark for scoring one goal higher then the previous high they set two years ago. Oddo Adani had his fourth 30+ goal season, with 32 goals in only 28 games, finishing third on the scoring charts. In eight was Primo Fiorillo who netted 26 goals in 31 games, while the Dragons 27 year-old new signing Gary Lundragon, (Irish midfielder, one year at $2.67 million) finished dead even with Jason Callinan of Greensboro FC for 10th place on the scoring charts with 23 goals in 31 games each. Lundragon joined Dallas via free agency after nine years with Guinness United in Ireland, scoring 149 goals in 333 league appearances. Randal Nesbitt scored 22 goals in 28 games for 13th place, and Luca Florence once again just missed out on a 20 goal season with 19 scores in 22 games for 20th place. Regan Spellacy missed out on the scoring charts that year, scoring only 15 goals.
Season 22 - 1st Place, 34-2-2, 104 points, 173 goals scored, 33 allowed, +140 goal differential
Covington Old Boys were once again the runners up to the Dragons, this time by 9 points. 9th league title in club history. First time in league history a team has won four straight league titles. Only the second team to win four consecutive league titles in the world, the other being ASU Venom of the Italian League, who won 14 straight Italian League titles from season 2 to season 15.
An unprecedented 4th straight league title for the Dragons saw a slightly less dominate performance by the team as the Dragons won the league by only 9 points, as opposed to the 19 and 14 points of the two titles immediately prior to this now. Adani had his fifth 30+ goal season, and his second consecutive one (equaling a Dragons' team record) finishing with 30 goals in 28 games for 5th place on the scoring charts, while Primo Fiorillo finished in 8th place with 28 goals in 32 games. Midfielder Mardon Nolly returned to 20 goal form and finished in 12th place with 21 goals, also in 32 games. Randal Nesbitt finished in 18th place by scoring 19 goals in 30 games. Regan Spellacy's 18 goals in 30 games returned him to the scoring charts in 21st place.
Season 23 - 3rd place, 31-2-5, 95 points, 175 goals scored, 38 allowed, +137 goal differential
Finished five points behind first time league champions Greensboro FC, and three points behind runners up and archival Minnesota Torpedoes FC.
The Dragons streak of consecutive titles came to an end as the average age of the players on the squad nearly reached 31. With four players under 25 this sounds better then it is/was. This season only three Dragons graced the scoring charts. Primo Fiorillo had his third 30+ goal season as he scored 31 goals in as many games to finish fifth, while Oddo Adani and Regan Spellacy each scored 27 goals. Adani did so in 28 games to claim 10th place over Spellacy who reached his total in 31 games. The conclusion of this season saw two major Dragons players retire.
RetireesMardon Nolly - American - 33 years old at time of retirement- #9 - Midfielder - Cellbridge Villa FC, Lexington Lions, Dallas Dragons
Nolly started his professional career at age 18 with Celbridge Villa FC in season 9. He stayed with them for eight seasons, amassing 114 goals in 262 games, although Celbridge only finished higher then 6th place once when he was with them, that being in his final year with the club (season 16) when they finished in third place. He then signed with the Lexington Lions, on a two year, $2 million deal. The Lions won the championship in his first year playing professionally in his homeland, and he scored 18 goals in 30 games. The next year he had similar statistics, as he scored 17 goals in 37 games, though the Lions fell to 2nd place. Following the conclusion of his deal he signed with the Dragons, just in time for the first of four consecutive championships. He would stay with the Dragons for five years, and $7.5 million. In his time with the Dragons he scored 84 goals in 150 games. His career totals therefore are 232 goals in 479 games. He perhaps retired early, but perhaps he thought their was nothing left to accomplish after five American League Championships, career earnings approaching $17.5 million, and over 200 goals scored.
Tubrady Reidy - Irish - 38 years old at time of retirement - #7 - Goalkeeper - Dallas Dragons
Reidy is of a dying breed of men, the one club men. Reidy first signed with the Dragons at age 22, fresh off of graduating from the University of Dublin. He played sixteen seasons for the club, far and away becoming the Dragons all-time career saves leader with 1,589. He also set the Dragons' single season saves record with 117 saves in 31 games in season 18. Reidy played a total of 484 games for the Dragons, second most after Randal Nesbitt (also a career Dragon, and about to begin his 22nd season as a Dragon, having so far amassed 646 games played for the Dragons.) Reidy, Oddo Adani, and Beckan Carmichael are also the second most decorated players in Dragons history, each having won seven American League titles with Dallas (seasons 9, 12, 16, 19, 20, 21, & 22) behind only Randal Nesbitt who has the same as them, plus the season 4 Championship Ring as well. Reidy is the all-time greatest goalkeeper in Dragons history, the American League, and perhaps the world as well. Reidy was inducted into the Dallas Dragons Hall of Fame only a few days after his announcement of his retirement.