Arkansas professional sports facilities
In addition to great opportunities to watch your favorite sports, Arkansas is also a top-notch place to find sport training facilities and sporting event venues.
The University of Arkansas Razorbacks athletic teams compete in football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, golf, track, cross country, gymnastics, swimming, and tennis. Collegiate football and basketball are the main draw, attracting thousands to Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium and Bud Walton Arena, respectively. The Tyson Invitational brings some of the biggest names in professional and collegiate track and field to the Randal Tyson Track Center.
Some of our professional sports facilities and stadiums include the over 53,000-seat War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, which has hosted everything from high school and collegiate football to minor-league soccer to concerts by The Rolling Stones, The Eagles and Guns N' Roses. Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock is a focal point for sports and entertainment in central Arkansas and hosts special teams such as the Harlem Globetrotters. The town of Hot Springs' 124,200-square-foot Summit Arena is one of the region's most versatile facilities, allowing for seating of 6,200 persons for concerts and similar events and 6,000 for athletic events such as basketball tournaments. The Arkansas Golf Trail highlights some of Arkansas’s finest golf courses, located in destinations across the state.
Professional sports facilities for all ages and sanctioned leagues can be found for traditional sports such as football, softball, baseball, soccer, basketball, golf, tennis, gymnastics, swimming, and track. Arkansas also provides the perfect background for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, rodeo, ATV competitions and other sports held outdoors.