Baseball. Basketball. Football. Hockey. Soccer. Whatever your passion, Dallas has a winning professional team to cheer on (and if you prefer a professional team from elsewhere, that’s cool, too, because chances are that team will be in town in the future). Riding the NBA’s longest active sellout streak, the Dallas Mavericks won the 2011 NBA Championship and hold two conference titles (2006, 2011). The Dallas Cowboys — who call billion-dollar state-of-the-art AT&T Stadium in Arlington home — hold five Super Bowl titles (1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, and 1995), and they have the legendary Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. The new Globe Life Field in Arlington, featuring a retractable roof, serves as the home of the MLB Texas Rangers.

Based in Arlington, the Dallas Wings play in the Western Conference in the Women’s National Basketball Association.  Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas (formerly the Dallas Burn) has been a member of the league since its inception. The Dallas Stars claimed hockey’s holy grail, winning the Stanley Cup in 1999, and hold two President’s Trophies and two Western Conference titles. And that’s just the tip of the hockey stick, so to speak.

The Dallas Region hosts two PGA Tour events – the AT&T Byron Nelson at the TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney and the Fort Worth Invitational takes place at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth – each spring, as well as races at Texas Motor Speedway.

We’ve also got minor league teams galore. The Texas Revolution indoor minor league football team, the Dallas Diamonds women’s professional football team (with four national championships), the Texas Legends NBA D-League minor league basketball team, the Allen Americans hockey team of the ECHL, the Lone Star Brahmas junior hockey team, the Frisco RoughRiders AA baseball team, the Grand Prairie AirHogs baseball team, the Fort Worth Cats baseball team, and the Dallas Sidekicks soccer team all keep sports fans entertained year-round.

The Dallas Region is now home to the largest venue dedicated to esports – Esports Stadium Arlington. The 100,000-square-foot, $10-million-dollar stadium not only holds a variety of tournaments and championships, but also serves as a community hub for local gamers.

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Dallas Mavericks
American Airlines Center

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American Airlines Center


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Globe Life Park

Dallas Cowboys
AT&T Stadium


FC Dallas
Toyota Stadium

Dallas Wings
College Park Center


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