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

Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Amarillo Civic Center Complex Amarillo 1964 6,670 Includes an auditorium, Cal Farley Coliseum, Grand Plaza, 2 exhibition halls & 3 meeting rooms  
Amarillo National Center Amarillo 2000 10,000 Located on the Tri-State Fairgrounds; Hosts equine & livestock events  
Big Spring CVB Big Spring 1880 300 Roy Anderson Sports Complex + Howard College Sports + Big Spring Family Aquatic Center PLAN
First United Bank Center Canyon 2002 5,800 Home of West Texas A&M Buffaloes basketball (NCAA)  
Foster Communications Coliseum San Angelo 1958 6,500 Home to the San Angelo Rodeo; Hosts concerts, ice shows, rodeos, circuses, arena football, family shows, trade shows & exhibits  
Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock 1947 60,454 Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders football (Big 12)  
Junell Center San Angelo 2002 6,500 Home of Angelo State Rams basketball & volleyball (NCAA)  
Taylor County Expo Center Abilene 1973 5,000 Includes a coliseum, horse barn, round building, outdoor arena, display building, livestock barn, modern living mall, entertainment pavilion & big country hall  
United Supermarkets Arena Lubbock 1999 15,000 Home of Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball & volleyball (Big 12)  
Wichita Falls Multi-Purpose Events Center Wichita Falls 2003 10,000 Includes the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center, MPEC Events Center, Kay Yeager Coliseum & Memorial Auditorium  
Bobcat Stadium San Marcos 1981 30,000 Home of Texas State Bobcats football (WAC)  
Brownwood Coliseum Brownwood 1963 5,000 Home of Howard Payne University Yellow Jackets basketball & volleyball (NCAA)  
Circuit of the Americas Austin 2012 120,000 New home of the Formula 1 United States Grad Prix  
Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium Austin 1924 101,624 Home of Texas Longhorns football (Big 12)  
Dell Diamond Round Rock 2000 8,688 Home of the Round Rock Express (Texas Rangers AAA affiliate)  
Frank Erwin Center Austin 1997 16,755 Home of UT Austin Longhorns basketball (Big 12)  
Leudecke Arena Austin 1926 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  
Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin 1999 20,000 Home of Texas Longhorns soccer & track (Big 12)  
Strahan Coliseum San Marcos 1982 7,200 Home of Texas State San Marcos Bobcats basketball & volleyball (SBC)  
American Bank Center Corpus Christi 1967 10,500 Home of Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders basketball (Southland), Corpus Christi IceRays (NAHL) and special events  
Whataburger Field Corpus Christi 2005 5,400 Home of the Corpus Christi Hooks (Houston Astros AA affiliate)  
American Airlines Center Dallas 2001 20,000 Home of the Dallas Mavericks (NBA) & Dallas Stars (NHL)  
Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth 1930 45,000 Home of TCU Horned Frogs football (Big 12); Hosts the Armed Forces Bowl  
Apogee Stadium Denton 2011 30,850 Home of North Texas Mean Green football (C-USA)  
AT&T Stadium Arlington 2009 110,000 Home of the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) & the Cotton Bowl; Site of Super Bowl XLV  
Bell County Expo Center Belton 1987 6,559 Home of the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame  
Cotton Bowl Dallas 1930 92,200 Neutral site home for Red River Rivalry between Universities of Texas and Oklahoma; Home of NCAA State Fair Classic & TicketCity Bowl  
Curtis Culwell Center Garland 2005 7,500 Hosts graduations, concerts, performances, athletic competitions, tradeshows, corporate meetings, weddings, reunions, church services & other events  
Dr Pepper Arena Frisco 2003 6,000 Home of the Texas Tornado, a Junior A hockey team; Texas Legends, the minor league affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks (NBA); host of the Lone Star Conference Basketball Championship  
Dr Pepper Ballpark Frisco 2003 10,316 Home of the Frisco RoughRiders (Texas Rangers AA affiliate)  
Dr Pepper StarCenter Frisco 2003 6,000 Home of the Dallas Stars (NHL)  
Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena Fort Worth 1961 7,201 Home of Texas Christian University (TCU) Horned Frogs basketball (Big 12)  
Extraco Events Center Waco 1953 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  
Fair Park Dallas 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  
Ferrell Center Waco 1988 10,347 Home of Baylor University Bears basketball & volleyball (Big 12)  
Floyd Casey Stadium Waco 1950 50,000 Home of Baylor University Bears football (Big 12)  
Ford Center at The Star Frisco 2016 12,000 World headquarters & training facility of the Dallas Cowboys (NFL); multi-use events center  
Fort Worth Convention Center 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  
Gerald J. Ford Stadium University Park 2000 32,000 Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs football (American Athletic Conference)  
Globe Life Park Arlington 1994 48,114 Home of the Texas Rangers (MLB)  
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas Dallas 1957 7,428 Multi-purpose venue for performances from sales rallies to concerts for convention attendees  
Kyle Field College Station 1905 102,733 Home of Texas A&M Aggies football (SEC)  
Lonestar Motorsports Park Sealy 1995 8,000 IHRA Sanctioned Track, Division 4 Region  
Maverick Stadium Arlington 15,000 Home of UT Arlington Mavericks track & field (Southland)  
Moody Coliseum University Park 1956 8,998 Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs basketball (American Athletic Conference)  
Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park College Station 1977 7,053 Home of Texas A&M Aggies baseball (SEC)  
Pennington Field Bedford 1987 12,500 Multi-purpose athletic & events facility  
QuikTrip Park Grand Prairie 2008 6,000 Stadium primarily used for baseball  
Reed Arena College Station 1998 12,989 Home of Texas A&M Aggies basketball & volleyball (SEC)  
Texas Motor Speedway Fort Worth 1997 191,122 IndyCar, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NCWTS, NASCAR Xfinity Series  
Toyota Stadium Frisco 2005 20,500 Home of the FC Dallas (MLS)  
UNT Coliseum Denton 1973 10,032 Home of North Texas Mean Green basketball (SBC); "The Super Pit"  
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Will Rogers Memorial Center Fort Worth 1936 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  
Citibank Ballpark Midland 2002 6,667 Home of the Midland RockHounds (Oakland Athletics AA affiliate)  
Don Haskins Center El Paso 1977 12,222 Home of UT El Paso (UTEP) Miners basketball (C-USA)  
Ector County Coliseum Odessa 1954 8,000 Home of the NAHL Odessa Jackalopes, Sand Hills Rodeo, Permian Basin International Oil Show  
El Paso County Coliseum El Paso 1942 6,500 Sports and entertainment center including the El Paso Equestrian Center, an open-air coliseum pavilion and the Coliseum  
Grande Communications Stadium Midland 2002 18,000 Home to Midland Rockhounds baseball (AA affiliate of Oakland A's)  
Odessa CVB Odessa 1881 19,500 Odessa might be famously known for football (Friday Night Lights), but when it comes to sports, Odessa excels at them all. Odessa is a sports-friendly city ready to assist you with your next event. We welcome sports planners, teams, and fans to check out Odessa and experience the difference. PLAN
Ratliff Stadium 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  
Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso 1963 51,500 Home of U of Texas at El Paso Miners football (C-USA); Hosts the Sun Bowl & the Texas vs. The Nation game  
BBVA Compass Stadium Houston 2012 22,000 Home of the Houston Dynamo (MLS) and Texas Southern Tigers soccer (SWAC)  
Cougar Field Houston 1995 5,000 Home of Houston Cougars baseball (American Athletic Conference)  
Edward L. Blackshear Field Prairie View 1960 6,000 Home of Prairie View A&M Panthers football (SWAC)  
Ford Park Beaumont 2003 9,737 Includes an arena, exhibit hall, sports fields, midway & pavilion; Home of the South Texas State Fair  
Hofheinz Pavilion Houston 1969 8,479 Home of University of Houston Cougars basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)  
Humble Civic Center & Arena Complex Humble 7,500 Hosts locals sporting events & concerts  
Leonard E. Merrill Center Katy 2005 7,200 Hosts the NCAA Southland Conference Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments  
Minute Maid Park Houston 2000 40,963 Home of the Houston Astros (MLB)  
Montagne Center Beaumont 1984 10,080 Home of Lamar University Cardinals basketball (Southland)  
NRG Stadium 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.  
Provost Umphrey Stadium Beaumont 1964 16,000 Home of Lamar Cardinals football (Southland)  
Rice Stadium Houston 1950 70,000 Home of Rice University Owls football (C-USA)  
Robertson Stadium Houston 1942 32,000 Home of University of Houston Cougars football (American Athletic Conference)  
Royal Purple Raceway Baytown 1988 30,000 Formerly Houston Raceway Park  
Toyota Center Houston 2003 19,000 Home of the Houston Rockets (NBA), Houston Aeros (AHL) & Houston Comets (WNBA)  
Alamodome San Antonio 1993 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  
AT&T Center San Antonio 2002 19,000 Home of the San Antonio Spurs (NBA), San Antonio Silver Stars (WNBA) & Florida Panthers (NHL)  
Freeman Coliseum & Expo Hall San Antonio 1950 9,700 Hosts various sports & other events; Coliseum floor space of 32,000+ square feet & expo hall 170,000 square feet  
Laredo Energy Arena Laredo 2001 9,622 Multi-purpose athletic & events facility  
STAR (South Texas Area Regional) Soccer Complex San Antonio 2010 5,400 75-Acre soccer facility with 13 full size, fully lit athletic fields for practices, league play and tournaments  
State Farm Arena Hidalgo 2002 6,800 Home of Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees hockey & Rio Grande Valley Vipers (NBA D-League)  
Toyota Field San Antonio 2013 8,296 Home of San Antonio Scorpions professional soccer stadium; a soccer-specific stadium  
Wheatley Heights Sports Complex San Antonio 2012 5,000 Multi-Sports Complex with football field with bleachers, track field, 3 soccer fields, cross country trail/trail  
Wolff Stadium San Antonio 1994 9,500 Home of the San Antonio Missions (San Diego Padres AA affiliate)  
Bernard Johnson Coliseum Huntsville 1976 6,110 Home of Sam Houston State Bearkats basketball (Southland)  
Bowers Stadium Huntsville 1986 14,000 Home of Sam Houston State University Bearkats football (Southland)  
George H. Henderson Expo Center Lufkin 1983 6,950 Includes an arena & an open-air pavilion  
George H. Henderson Expo Center Lufkin 1983 6,950 Includes an arena & an open-air pavilion  
Lone Star Convention & Expo Center Conroe 2002 5,000 Home of the Montgomery County Fair; Hosts sporting events, concerts & other events  
The Oil Palace Tyler 1983 8,300 Tyler Texas Entertainment & East Texas Events