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
American Airlines Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Dallas 2001 20,000 Home of the Dallas Mavericks (NBA) & Dallas Stars (NHL)
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)
Bell County Expo Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Belton 1987 6,559 Mutil-purpose venue hosts concerts, rodeos, motocross; Home of the Central Texas State Fair & Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Circuit of the Americas Austin & Hill Country Austin 2012 120,000 Home of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, Motorcycle Grand Prix of The Americas
AT&T Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Arlington 2009 100,000 Home of the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) & the Cotton Bowl; Site of Super Bowl XLV
Dell Diamond Austin & Hill Country Round Rock 2000 8,631 Home of the Round Rock Express (Texas Rangers AAA affiliate)
Whataburger Field Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast Corpus Christi 2005 7,050 Home of the Corpus Christi Hooks (Houston Astros AA affiliate - MiLB)
Jones AT&T Stadium Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Lubbock 1947 60,454 Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders football (Big 12)
Apogee Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Denton 2011 30,850 Home of North Texas Mean Green football (C-USA)
Jim Wacker Field at Bobcat Stadium Austin & Hill Country San Marcos 1981 30,000 Home of Texas State Bobcats football (Sun Belt)
Mike A. Myers Stadium and Soccer Field Austin & Hill Country Austin 1999 20,000 Home of Texas Longhorns soccer & track (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
Frank Erwin Center Austin & Hill Country Austin 1977 16,734 Home of UT Austin Longhorns basketball (Big 12)
Leudecke Arena Austin & Hill Country Austin 1983 6,400 Home to the Star of Texas Fair & Rodeo and the Republic of Texas Biker Rally; On the grounds of the Travis County Exposition Center
American Bank Center Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Coastal Bend & Gulf Coast Corpus Christi 1967 10,000 Home of Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders basketball (Southland), Corpus Christi IceRays (NAHL) and rodeos, concerts, special events
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
Strahan Arena Austin & Hill Country San Marcos 1982 7,200 Home of Texas State San Marcos Bobcats basketball & volleyball (SBC)
Big O Speedway Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Ennis 1985 5,000 Twister, Jr. Mini, Cruiser, Bomber, Street Stock, IMCA Southern Sport Mod & IMCA Modifieds
AirHogs Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Grand Prairie 2008 6,000 Stadium primarily used for baseball; Home of the Texas AirHogs (American Association)
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
World of Tennis Sports Complex Austin & Hill Country Lakeway 1973 5,000 16 outdoor tennis courts, 12 are lighted; 2 indoor courts, fitness facility, spa, pool
First United Bank Center Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Canyon 2002 5,000 Home of West Texas A&M Buffaloes basketball (NCAA)
Fair Park Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Dallas 1886 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
Reed Arena Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes College Station 1998 12,800 Home of Texas A&M Aggies basketball & volleyball (SEC)
Texas Motor Speedway Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Fort Worth 1997 181,655 IndyCar, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NCWTS, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Curtis Culwell Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Garland 2005 7,500 Hosts graduations, concerts, performances, athletic competitions, tradeshows, corporate meetings, weddings, reunions, church services & other events
Houston Raceway Park Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Baytown 1988 30,000 Home of NHRA SpringNationals
Globe Life Park Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Arlington 1994 48,114 Home of the Texas Rangers (MLB)
Cotton Bowl Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Dallas 1930 92,100 Home of Red River Showdown, State Fair Football Classic & the Goodyear Cotton Bowl
Ed & Rae Schollmaier Basketball Complex Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Fort Worth 1961 6,800 Home of Texas Christian University (TCU) Horned Frogs basketball (Big 12)
Dr Pepper Ballpark Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Frisco 2003 10,316 Home of the Frisco RoughRiders (Class AA MiLB)
McLane Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Waco 2014 45,140 Home of Baylor University Bears football (Big 12)
Will Rogers Memorial Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Fort Worth 1936 8,000 Includes a coliseum, auditorium, equestrian facilities, exhibit hall & 3 arenas; Hosts annual Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
Pennington Field Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Bedford 1987 12,500 Multi-purpose athletic & events facility
Toyota Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Frisco 2005 20,500 Home of the FC Dallas (MLS), FCS Championship Game, the Frisco Bowl; home of the National Soccer Hall of Fame
Extraco Events Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Waco 1953 9,000 Home of The Heart O' Texas Fair & Rodeo; Includes the Extraco Events Center, Back Porch Club, Show Pavilion, Exhibits & Creative Arts Buildings
Moody Coliseum Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes University Park 1956 8,998 Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)
Field House Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Commerce 1950 5,000 Home of Texas A&M Commerce Lions basketball (NCAA)
Ferrell Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Waco 1988 10,284 Home of Baylor University Bears basketball & volleyball (Big 12)
UNT Coliseum (Super Pit) Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Denton 1973 9,797 Home of North Texas Mean Green basketball (SBC); "The Super Pit"
Caprock Motorplex El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country Penwell 1966 5,000 NHRA
Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes College Station 2012 7,053 Home of Texas A&M Aggies baseball (SEC)
Ford Center at The Star Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Frisco 2016 12,000 World headquarters & training facility of the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) in the 91-acre campus; multi-use events center
Kyle Field Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes College Station 1905 102,733 Home of Texas A&M Aggies football (SEC)
Russell Creek Park Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Plano 1999 5,000 22 full-size sports fields for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, football; 7 cricket fields PLAN
Fort Worth Convention Center Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Fort Worth 1968 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
Ector County Coliseum El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country Odessa 1954 8,000 Home of the NAHL Odessa Jackalopes, Sand Hills Rodeo, Permian Basin International Oil Show
Panther Stadium at Blackshear Field Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Prairie View 2016 15,000 Home of Prairie View A&M Panthers football (SWAC)
Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 1994 9,200 Home of the San Antonio Missions (San Diego Padres AA affiliate - MiLB)
El Paso County Coliseum El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country El Paso 1942 6,500 Sports and entertainment center including the El Paso Equestrian Center, an open-air coliseum pavilion and the Coliseum
Toyota Center Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 2003 18,300 Home of the Houston Rockets (NBA)
Laredo Energy Arena San Antonio & South Texas Plains Laredo 2002 8,665 Multi-purpose athletic & events facility
Minute Maid Park Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 2000 40,963 Home of the Houston Astros (MLB)
Security Bank Ballpark El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country Midland 2002 6,669 Home of the Midland RockHounds (Oakland Athletics AA affiliate MiLB)
Rice Stadium Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 1950 47,000 Home of Rice University Owls football (C-USA)
Fertitta Center Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 1969 10,000 Home of University of Houston Cougars basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)
Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country El Paso 1963 51,500 Home of U of Texas at El Paso Miners football (C-USA); Hosts the Sun Bowl
TDECU Stadium Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 2014 40,000 Home of University of Houston Cougars football (American Athletic Conference)
BBVA Compass Stadium Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 2012 22,000 Home of the Houston Dynamo (MLS), Texas Southern Tigers football (SWAC) & Houston Dash (NWSL)
Ford Park Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Beaumont 2002 9,737 Includes 5 facilities on 221 acres - an arena, exhibit hall, sports fields, midway & pavilion; Home of the South Texas State Fair
Don Haskins Center El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country El Paso 1977 11,619 Home of UT El Paso (UTEP) Miners basketball (C-USA)
Leonard E. Merrell Center Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Katy 2005 5,600 Multi-purpose facility for concerts, trade shows, sporting events; Hosts the NCAA Southland Conference Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments
AT&T Center San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 2002 18,581 Home of the San Antonio Spurs (NBA), San Antonio Rampage (NHL) & San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo
Freeman Coliseum San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 1950 9,700 Hosts various sports & other events; Coliseum floor space of 32,000+ square feet & expo hall 170,000 square feet
Montagne Event Center Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Beaumont 1984 10,080 Home of Lamar University Cardinals basketball (Southland)
Provost Umphrey Stadium Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Beaumont 1964 16,000 Home of Lamar Cardinals football (Southland)
Grande Communications Stadium at Scharbauer Sports Complex El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country Midland 2002 18,000 Host of High School football and soccer games; Home of Midland-Odessa FC soccer
Schroeder Park Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 1995 5,000 Home of University of Houston Cougars baseball (American Athletic Conference)
Alamodome San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 1993 72,000 Home of U of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners football (CUSA); Hosts the Valero Alamo Bowl & the All-American Bowl
Humble Civic Center & Arena Complex Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Humble 1995 7,500 Hosts locals sporting events & concerts
George H. Henderson Jr. Expo Center Tyler & Piney Woods Lufkin 1983 6,950 Includes an arena & an open-air pavilion
Lone Star Convention & Expo Center Tyler & Piney Woods Conroe 2001 7,500 Home of the Montgomery County Fair; Hosts equestrian and other sporting events, concerts & special events
Elliott T. Bowers Stadium Tyler & Piney Woods Huntsville 1986 14,000 Home of Sam Houston State University Bearkats football (Southland)
S.T.A.R. Soccer Complex San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 2010 5,400 75-Acre soccer facility with 13 full size, fully lit athletic fields for practices, league play and tournaments
Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum Tyler & Piney Woods Huntsville 1976 6,110 Home of Sam Houston State Bearkats basketball (Southland)
Wheatley Heights Sports Complex San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 2008 5,000 Multi-Sports Complex with football stadium, track field, 3 soccer fields, cross country trail/trail
Oil Palace Tyler & Piney Woods Tyler 1983 7,000 Concert & event venue
Cohen Stadium El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country El Paso 1990 10,000 Host of baseball, soccer games & concerts
State Farm Arena San Antonio & South Texas Plains Hidalgo 2003 6,800 Multi-purpose arena for ice hockey, football, soccer and concerts; Home of Rio Grande Valley Vipers (NBA G League)
Lonestar Motorsports Park Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Sealy 1995 8,000 IHRA Sanctioned Track
Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium at Joe Jamail Field Austin & Hill Country Austin 1924 100,119 Home of Texas Longhorns football (Big 12)
Toyota Field San Antonio & South Texas Plains San Antonio 2013 8,296 Home of San Antonio FC (USL)
Ratliff Stadium El Paso, Midland, Odessa & Big Bend Country Odessa 1982 19,500 Home of "Friday Night Lights," the Odessa High Bronchos and the Permian High Panthers; used for football & soccer games, regional & state playoffs
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Big Spring CVB Amarillo, Lubbock & Panhandle Plains Big Spring 1880 300 Roy Anderson Sports Complex + Howard College Sports + Big Spring Family Aquatic Center PLAN
NRG Stadium Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Houston 2002 71,500 Home of the Houston Texans (NFL) & the Texas Bowl (NCAA). The stadium is part of NRG Park that also includes NRG Center, NRG Arena and NRG Astrodome.
Gerald J. Ford Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes University Park 2000 32,000 Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs football (American Athletic Conference)
Comerica Arena Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Frisco 2003 6,000 Home of the Texas Legends, the Dallas Mavericks NBA G-League affiliate, Dallas Stars Executive Offices (NHL); host of the Lone Star Conference Basketball Championship
Brackenridge Recreation Complex Houston, Bay Area & Gulf Coast Edna 2009 5,000 IFEA
Amon G. Carter Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Fort Worth 1930 45,000 Home of TCU Horned Frogs football (Big 12); Hosts the Armed Forces Bowl
Maverick Stadium Dallas/Fort Worth, Prairies & Lakes Arlington 1979 12,500 Home of UT Arlington Mavericks track & field (Sunbelt)
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