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The Daniel-Meyer Coliseum located within the Texas Christian University campus is home to the 'Horned Frog Hoopsters', the university basketball team. Named after a popular university alumnus Milton Daniel and the university sports coach Dutch Meyer, the coliseum features up to date basketball and general sports facilities. The space easily accommodates over 7000 people and is therefore, used for a variety of university and campus events too. The tastefully done interiors of the coliseum also make it a great venue for non-sporting events and live performances. Check website for details.
Named after Amon G. Carter, statesman, and publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and a local icon, this stadium lies on the Texas Christian University campus. Carter was instrumental in bringing national recognition to both Fort Worth and the University. Built in 1929, this stadium seats up to 45000 people and is home to the 'Horned Frogs', the university football team. Renowned sportsmen like Bob Lily and Jim Swink have played in this stadium.
The Will Rogers Memorial Center houses The Will Rogers Coliseum which is a great place to catch up on some good old rodeo action and re-live the days of the old west. The Coliseum has permanent seating facilities for 6000 people. Some of the world's most famous and heart-stopping rodeo contests take place here during the Southwestern Exposition and Life-stock Show. The Coliseum hosts other sporting events too.
Opened in February 2003, Lupton Stadium is a local baseball stadium situated within the Texas Christian University campus. The stadium hosts a variety of baseball tournaments and matches. It is the home venue of the TCU Horned Frogs team. Baseball camps, NCAA Regional tournaments, Mountain West Conference championships and NCAA Super Regional tournaments are held here.
Primarily a football stadium, the Dragon Stadium was established in 1999. The stadium is home to the Southlake Carroll High School Dragons football team. The stadium has ample seating space and an artificial turf. It hosts graduation ceremonies, football tournaments, and other events.