Sports in Dallas

Mavs, Cowboys, Stars, Wings, FC Dallas, Rangers, and more - Dallas has exactly what you crave when it comes to great sports!

Major Sports Venues

American Airlines Center

The American Airlines Center is the premier sports and entertainment venue. Located on 12-acres, north of the historic West End, it is home of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and the Dallas Stars hockey team.

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AT&T Stadium

Take a VIP guided tour at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. Tour stops include a run out onto the field, the post-game interview room and both the Cowboys and Cheerleaders' locker rooms.

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Globe Life Park in Arlington

Home of Major League Baseball's Texas Rangers, Globe Life Park is an open-air ballpark built with tradition in mind. The park features a dedicated kids area for families, a sports bar and private club behind home plate.

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Toyota Stadium

Located just 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas, Toyota Stadium is the home field for FC Dallas. It'll also soon be home to the Soccer Hall of Fame, part of current renovations that will be accessible to guests in 2018.

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Hot Spots for Sports Fans

The Rustic

Walk to The Rustic in Uptown for dinner. The restaurant includes a spacious patio – perfect for taking in some live music and a football game underneath a starry Dallas sky.

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Nodding Donkey

Craft beers and delicious food galore! A newly redesigned menu and wide range of craft beers, not to mention 20 big screen TVs, make this the perfect place to watch your favorite sports match.

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Uncle Uber's

Uncle Uber's is an eccentric small sandwich shop offering a great selection of beers as well as the ideal sports bar environment. LCD HDTVs are abundant and the simple food is the real standout feature: the famous sandwiches and hand cut fries cater to all sorts of tastes.

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Stan's Blue Note

Fill up on comfort food and beer at the Stan's Blue Note on Greenville Ave. This popular hangout spot is characterized by its cheap and beer-centric concept and has TVs everywhere you turn so you don't miss a second of the game.

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