Plan Your Tournament in Arlington, Texas—Where Champions Are Crowned!

By Sponsored Content, June 19, 2018

There’s a reason why sports leagues nationwide keep returning to Arlington for tournaments and events of every kind. Like the most successful teams, Arlington has it all.

Location. No matter where a visitor comes from, Arlington is an easy-access destination. Its central U.S. location means no long flights, and the city is located less than 10 minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

Iconic Venues. From AT&T Stadium where the Dallas Cowboys play, to Globe Life Park where the Texas Rangers play, to any of the hundreds of fields, courts, ballparks, courses, stadiums, centers and event spaces, organizations planning sports events are assured a venue that meets their needs in Arlington.

Convenience. Arlington doesn’t just have great venues. It offers great venues in close proximity to great hotels, as well as flexible transportation options that combine to leave attendees with more time to experience what Arlington is known for—fun!

Fun. You may be coming for a tournament, but rest assured you’ll have a great time during your down time. How could you not in a city that’s home to the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park, a renowned international dining scene, bustling nightlife, first-rate shopping and much more?

Service. Event organizers who book in Arlington immediately learn one thing: The Arlington Sports Commission team is made up of pros. They understand how a superior sporting event happens because they’ve helped stage hundreds of them. From initial contact, to site tours, to coordination of lodging, transportation, custom entertainment and more, this team is with you every step of the way.

A Big Trophy Case. Hundreds of millions of people have watched Arlington shine on the world stage. The city has hosted some of the most esteemed events in professional and collegiate sports, including the Super Bowl, the Final Four, the NFL Draft, USA Football Championships, AAA Baseball Championships and many more.

Arlington truly is the place where champions are crowned. To learn more, contact Matt Wilson, Executive Director of the Arlington Sports Commission, at matt@arlington.org. And get ready to experience the best of both worlds —a city geared for successful events that’s also famous for fun.

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