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Don't miss your chance to catch a game while you are visiting Texas. There are dozens of professional and college teams covering all major sports right here in the Lone Star State. Texans are passionate about their sports teams so you'll be sure to experience the excitement and some real down-home action.

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DallasHouston – the big names of the Lone Star State. Head to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for the many professional teams of the Big D. Check out a game with the legendary Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Visitors of the Gulf Coast and Space City, head to downtown Houston and grab a seat in the NRG Stadium – home to the Houston Texans.


Texas cities like AustinLubbockHouston, and Waco all feature major universities with premier college football programs. Smaller cities like Prairie ViewAbilene, and Nacogdoches feature smaller programs on the rise, all helping to build a competitive, exciting balance in the world of Texas college football.

There’s no lack of thrilling college football action awaiting you on your Texas visit. Get out, explore the state, and let the college game day experience pervade your Texas travels.

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From the Rangers to the Astros, there's plenty of great baseball in the Lone Star State. Make plans to catch the sluggers of the MLB in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in nearby Arlington to cheer for the Rangers. Visitors to Space City are in for a treat when you can sing the ol' "Take me out to the ball game" during the 7th inning stretch at a Houston Astros game.


Down south, the El Paso Chihuahuas of the Pacific Coast League play home games at Southwest University Park. Fellow members of the Pacific Coast League, the Round Rock Express make their home in Round Rock, a suburb of the Austin metro area. Corpus Christi Hooks keep their ties local as the longtime Double-A affiliate of the Houston Astros. Over in the northern city of Frisco, the Frisco Roughriders play home games at the 10,000-seat Dr. Pepper Ballpark. Also representing the Texas League, the Midland RockHounds are former minor league and South Division champions.  Near the San Antonio area, the Missions offer a great alternative for southern plains sports fans looking to catch some action.


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Get on your feet for the teams of Texas. Texas plays host to some of the bigger names in the NBA like the San Antonio Spurs. Head to the American Airlines Center in Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex for a game with the Dallas Mavericks. Grab a seat in the Toyota Center - home to the Houston Rockets. Be sure not to miss a game at the AT&T Center with the San Antonio Spurs.