Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Amarillo Civic Center Complex Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Amarillo 1968 7,000 Home of the Amarillo Bulls (NAHL); Includes an auditorium, coliseum, performing arts center, 2 exhibition halls
Amarillo National Center Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Amarillo 2000 10,000 Located on the Tri-State Exposition; Hosts equestrian events, rodeos & livestock events, motorsports, concerts
United Supermarkets Arena Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Lubbock 1999 15,000 Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball & volleyball (Big 12)
Jones AT&T Stadium Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Lubbock 1947 60,454 Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders football (Big 12)
Taylor County Expo Center Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Abilene 1955 5,000 Includes a coliseum, multipurpose arena, horse barn, covered outdoor arena, display building, livestock barn, pavilion; Home of West Texas Fair & Rodeo, Western Heritage Classic, Evening for the Expo
Foster Communications Coliseum Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains San Angelo 1958 6,500 Home to the San Angelo Rodeo; Hosts concerts, ice shows, rodeos, circuses, arena football, family shows, trade shows & exhibits
Wichita Falls Multi-Purpose Events Center Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Wichita Falls 2003 12,400 Includes Kay Yeager Coliseum, Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall, J.S. Bridwell Ag Center & Memorial Auditorium
Roy Anderson Sports Complex Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Big Spring 2010 5,000 70-acre recreational sports facility with 7 lighted softball fields, 5 baseball fields, 5 soccer fields, 2 football fields and a practice field PLAN
First United Bank Center Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Canyon 2002 5,000 Home of West Texas A&M Buffaloes basketball (NCAA)
Big Spring CVB Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Big Spring 1880 300 Roy Anderson Sports Complex + Howard College Sports + Big Spring Family Aquatic Center PLAN
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