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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country
Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast | Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes
El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
San Antonio & South Texas Plains | Tyler & Piney Woods

Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
San Antonio & South Texas Plains | Tyler & Piney Woods | Index
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1964
Amarillo
6,670
Includes an auditorium, Cal Farley Coliseum, Grand Plaza, 2 exhibition halls & 3 meeting rooms
 
2000
Amarillo
10,000
Located on the Tri-State Fairgrounds; Hosts equine & livestock events
300
 
1956
Lubbock
8,728
Hosts concerts, rodeos, motorcross, circuses, family shows and exhibits
 
2002
Canyon
5,800
Home of West Texas A&M Buffaloes basketball (NCAA)
 
1958
San Angelo
6,500
Home to the San Angelo Rodeo; Hosts concerts, ice shows, rodeos, circuses, arena football, family shows, trade shows & exhibits
 
1947
Lubbock
60,454
Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders football (Big 12)
 
2002
San Angelo
6,500
Home of Angelo State Rams basketball & volleyball (NCAA)
 
1973
Abilene
5,000
Includes a coliseum, horse barn, round building, outdoor arena, display building, livestock barn, modern living mall, entertainment pavilion & big country hall
 
1999
Lubbock
15,000
Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball (Big 12)
 
2003
Wichita Falls
10,000
Includes the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center, MPEC Events Center, Kay Yeager Coliseum & Memorial Auditorium
Austin & Hill Country Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
San Antonio & South Texas Plains | Tyler & Piney Woods | Index
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1981
San Marcos
30,000
Home of Texas State Bobcats football (WAC)
 
1963
Brownwood
5,000
Home of Howard Payne University Yellow Jackets basketball & volleyball (NCAA)
 
2012
Austin
120,000
New home of the Formula 1 United States Grad Prix
 
1924
Austin
101,624
Home of Texas Longhorns football (Big 12)
 
2000
Round Rock
8,688
Home of the Round Rock Express (Texas Rangers AAA affiliate)
 
1997
Austin
16,755
Home of UT Austin Longhorns basketball (Big 12)
 
1926
Austin
9,500
Home to the Star of Texas Fair & Rodeo and the Republic of Texas Biker Rally; On the grounds of the Travis County Exposition Center
 
1999
Austin
20,000
Home of Texas Longhorns soccer & track (Big 12)
 
1982
San Marcos
7,200
Home of Texas State San Marcos Bobcats basketball & volleyball (SBC)
Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
San Antonio & South Texas Plains | Tyler & Piney Woods | Index
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2004
Corpus Christi
10,500
Home of Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders basketball (Southland)
 
2005
Corpus Christi
5,400
Home of the Corpus Christi Hooks (Houston Astros AA affiliate)
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
San Antonio & South Texas Plains | Tyler & Piney Woods | Index
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2001
Dallas
20,000
Home of the Dallas Mavericks (NBA) & Dallas Stars (NHL)
 
1930
Fort Worth
45,000
Home of TCU Horned Frogs football (Big 12); Hosts the Armed Forces Bowl
 
2011
Denton
30,850
Home of North Texas Mean Green football (C-USA)
 
2009
Arlington
110,000
Home of the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) & the Cotton Bowl; Site of Super Bowl XLV
 
1987
Belton
6,559
Home of the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame
 
1930
Dallas
92,200
Neutral site home for Red River Rivalry between Universities of Texas and Oklahoma; Home of NCAA State Fair Classic & TicketCity Bowl
 
2005
Garland
7,500
Hosts graduations, concerts, performances, athletic competitions, tradeshows, corporate meetings, weddings, reunions, church services & other events
 
2003
Frisco
10,600
Home of the Frisco RoughRiders (Texas Rangers AA affiliate); Home of the semi-annual Games of Texas (Olympic-style events)
 
1961
Fort Worth
7,201
Home of Texas Christian University (TCU) Horned Frogs basketball (Big 12)
 
1953
Waco
9,000
Includes the Heart O Texas Coliseum, Back Porch Club, Show Pavilion, General Exhibits Building, Creative Arts Building and the Stall Barn; Home of The Heart O' Texas Fair & Rodeo
 
1886
Dallas
9,552
Recreational & educational complex; National Historic Landmark; 9 museums, 6 performance facilities; Home of State Fair of Texas, Southwest Airlines State Fair Classic, AT&T Red River Showdown, Heart of Dallas Bowl
 
1988
Waco
10,347
Home of Baylor University Bears basketball & volleyball (Big 12)
 
1950
Waco
50,000
Home of Baylor University Bears football (Big 12)
 
1968
Fort Worth
13,500
Exhibit space - 253,226 sq ft, meeting rooms - 58,849 sq ft, ballroom - 28,160, events plaza - 55,000 sq ft, arena - 13,500 capacity
 
2000
University Park
32,000
Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs football (Big East)
 
1994
Arlington
49,170
Home of the Texas Rangers (MLB)
 
1957
Dallas
7,428
Multi-purpose venue for performances from sales rallies to concerts for convention attendees
 
1905
College Station
82,600
Home of Texas A&M Aggies football (SEC)
 
1995
Sealy
8,000
IHRA Sanctioned Track, Division 4 Region
 
Arlington
15,000
Home of UT Arlington Mavericks track & field (Southland)
 
1956
University Park
8,998
Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs basketball (C-USA)
 
1977
College Station
7,053
Home of Texas A&M Aggies baseball (SEC)
 
1987
Bedford
12,500
Multi-purpose athletic & events facility
 
2008
Grand Prairie
6,000
Stadium primarily used for baseball
 
1998
College Station
12,989
Home of Texas A&M Aggies basketball & volleyball (SEC)
 
1997
Fort Worth
191,122
IndyCar, Sprint Cup, Nationwide, NCWTS, ARCA, Global RallyCross Championship, Lone Star Legend
 
2005
Frisco
21,193
Home of the FC Dallas (MLS)
 
1973
Denton
10,032
Home of North Texas Mean Green basketball (SBC); "The Super Pit"
 
1936
Fort Worth
8,000
Includes a coliseum, auditorium, equestrian center, exhibit hall & 3 arenas; Hosts annual Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, World Exposition of the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America & World Championship Paint Horse Show
El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
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2002
Midland
6,667
Home of the Midland RockHounds (Oakland Athletics AA affiliate)
 
1977
El Paso
12,222
Home of UT El Paso (UTEP) Miners basketball (C-USA)
1954
Odessa
10,000
Hosts the Sand Hills Rodeo & the Permian Basin International Oil Show
 
1942
El Paso
6,500
Sports and entertainment center including the El Paso Equestrian Center, an open-air coliseum pavilion and the Coliseum
 
2002
Midland
18,000
Football & soccer stadium
 
1963
El Paso
51,500
Home of U of Texas at El Paso Miners football (C-USA); Hosts the Sun Bowl & the Texas vs. The Nation game
Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
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2012
Houston
22,000
Home of the Houston Dynamo (MLS) and Texas Southern Tigers soccer (SWAC)
 
1995
Houston
5,000
Home of Houston Cougars baseball (C-USA)
 
1960
Prairie View
6,000
Home of Prairie View A&M Panthers football (SWAC)
 
2003
Beaumont
9,737
Includes an arena, exhibit hall, sports fields, midway & pavilion; Home of the South Texas State Fair
 
1969
Houston
8,479
Home of University of Houston Cougars basketball & volleyball (C-USA)
 
Humble
7,500
Hosts locals sporting events & concerts
 
2005
Katy
7,200
Hosts the NCAA Southland Conference Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments
 
2000
Houston
40,950
Home of the Houston Astros (MLB)
 
1984
Beaumont
10,080
Home of Lamar University Cardinals basketball (Southland)
 
1964
Beaumont
16,000
Home of Lamar Cardinals football (Southland)
 
1965
Houston
72,000
Home of the Houston Texans (NFL) & the Meineke Car Care Bowl; Includes Carruth Plaza, Reliant Stadium, Reliant Center, Reliant Arena & Reliant Astrodome
 
1950
Houston
70,000
Home of Rice University Owls football (C-USA)
 
1942
Houston
32,000
Home of University of Houston Cougars football (Big East)
 
1988
Baytown
30,000
Formerly Houston Raceway Park
 
2003
Houston
19,000
Home of the Houston Rockets (NBA), Houston Aeros (AHL) & Houston Comets (WNBA)
San Antonio & South Texas Plains Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
San Antonio & South Texas Plains | Tyler & Piney Woods | Index
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1993
San Antonio
65,000
Home of U of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners football (WAC) & the San Antonio Talons (AFL); Hosts the Alamo Bowl & the U.S. Army All-American Bowl
 
2002
San Antonio
19,000
Home of the San Antonio Spurs (NBA), San Antonio Silver Stars (WNBA) & Florida Panthers (NHL)
 
1950
San Antonio
9,700
Hosts various sports & other events; Coliseum floor space of 32,000+ square feet & expo hall 170,000 square feet
 
2001
Laredo
9,622
Multi-purpose athletic & events facility
 
2010
San Antonio
5,400
75-Acre soccer facility with 13 full size, fully lit athletic fields for practices, league play and tournaments
 
2002
Hidalgo
6,800
Home of Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees hockey & Rio Grande Valley Vipers (NBA D-League)
 
2013
San Antonio
8,296
Home of San Antonio Scorpions professional soccer stadium; a soccer-specific stadium
 
2002
Laredo
8,500
Football, soccer, track & field stadium
 
2012
San Antonio
5,000
Multi-Sports Complex with football field with bleachers, track field, 3 soccer fields, cross country trail/trail
 
1994
San Antonio
9,500
Home of the San Antonio Missions (San Diego Padres AA affiliate)
Tyler & Piney Woods Sports Venues
Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains | Austin & Hill Country | Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast
Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes | El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country | Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast
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1976
Huntsville
6,110
Home of Sam Houston State Bearkats basketball (Southland)
 
1986
Huntsville
14,000
Home of Sam Houston State University Bearkats football (Southland)
 
1983
Lufkin
6,950
Includes an arena & an open-air pavilion
 
2002
Conroe
5,000
Home of the Montgomery County Fair; Hosts sporting events, concerts & other events
 
1983
Tyler
8,300
Tyler Texas Entertainment & East Texas Events


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