Whether you enjoy baseball, football, basketball, soccer, hockey, cycling, swimming, gymnastics, lacrosse, tennis, golf, powerlifting, cheerleading, golf, dance…. we could go on, but we’d likely run out of page space. Bottom line. Frisco has sports and lots of them. From professional to recreational, international to youth competitions, when it comes to athletics, you can find them in Sports City USA
Did you know Frisco is home to several teams? That’s correct. Teams that call Frisco home include the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys at Ford Center at The Star; MLS’s FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium; MLB’s Class AA affiliate of the Texas Rangers, the Frisco RoughRiders at Riders Field; the NHL’s Dallas Stars at Children's Health StarsCenter; NBA’s G League affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks, the Texas Legends, at Comerica Center. Whether you want to cheer these teams on during a game, catch a practice or pay a visit to their world-class facilities, you can do so, right here in Frisco.
Along with professional sports, Frisco hosts several major annual events throughout the year. If you’re a fan of football, make plans to be in Frisco in December for the Frisco Bowl or in January for the NCAA Division I Football Championship Series. Fans of gymnastics won’t want to miss the WOGA Classic in Frisco in the early spring.
Looking for a location to host your next tournament or sporting event? You’ve come to the right place. Visit Frisco is your one-stop connection for sports venues, hotels, and so much more. Known for its world-class venues and recognition as the "Top Place to Raise an Athlete" by Men’s Journal, Frisco offers small to large-scale sporting events superior facilities, a convenient location, as well as a broad selection of hotels, after-tournament entertainment and dining options.
THINGS TO DO
If you’re looking for something to do in Frisco, you’ve made it to the right page.
Like sports? Us too. Whether you call it futbol or soccer, cheer on at Toyota Stadium; catch a baseball game while floating the Lazy River at a Frisco RoughRiders game, or watch the Dallas Cowboys practice and then tour their all-new headquarters and practice facility at The Star. No matter which team you root for, Frisco is the ultimate destination for fans. If shopping is your sport of choice, check out Frisco’s more than 9 million square feet of retail space throughout the city.
Of course, there’s food too. Between BBQ, sushi, pizza and pho, take your pick from Frisco’s more than 300 restaurants. Featuring more than 90 miles of trails, Frisco offers hikers, bikers, runners and walkers plenty of pathways to explore and was even named a "Bicycle Friendly" Community (1 of 8 in Texas) by The League of American Bicyclists. When it comes to arts and culture, Frisco has that going on as well. The city’s growing public art trail includes the nationally recognized Texas Sculpture Garden and the Bronze Cattle Drive Depictions, the longest continuous-themed bronze sculpture collection in the United States. And no visit to Frisco would be complete without learning about Frisco’s rich history at the Frisco Heritage Museum, standing alongside “Big Boy” at the Museum of the American Railroad or playing Pong on the world’s largest home Pong console at the National Videogame Museum.
No matter your age or interests, there’s plenty of fun to find in Frisco!
The nearest major airport is Dallas Love Field (DAL / KDAL). This airport has domestic flights from Dallas, Texas and is 25 miles from the center of Frisco, TX.
Another major airport is Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW / KDFW), which has international and domestic flights from Dallas, Texas and is 25 miles from Frisco, TX.