No matter the sport you love, Dallas has it all!
Whether it's watching the Cowboys play at AT&T Stadium, catching a Rangers game at Globe Life Park, watching the Dallas Mavericks or the Dallas Stars play at American Airlines Center, or watching FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium, you can catch a great game any time of the year. Can't get tickets? Then catch the game at our sports bar or head out on your own adventure to get the full Dallas Cowboys experience. And you can always take a tour of AT&T Stadium, Globe Life Park and the American Airlines Center.
Another major team to play in Arlington is the Dallas Wings, a WNBA team which relocated to the North Texas market in 2015 from Tulsa, OK where they were known as the Shock. The Dallas Wings will play in the College Park Center inside the University of Texas in Arlington (UTA).
The FC Dallas Women's Premier Soccer Leauge season runs from May 1st to August 1st. There is a league championship tournament that is held the last weekend of July. The location of which is determined each year and is alternated to different parts of the country each year.
The Dallas Rattlers of Major League Lacrosse became the first professional lacrosse team to call the state of Texas home in November 2017 when the league announced its franchise from Rochester, New York would be relocating to Frisco and The Ford Center at The Star.
Rugby union is a developing sport in Dallas as well as the whole of Texas.
The Dallas Roughnecks compete in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). The team played its first season in 2016 finishing 14–0 and being crowned the AUDL champions for that season. The team competes at The Colony Five Star Soccer Complex in The Colony, Texas.
About halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth, horse-racing takes place at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie