Frisco, Texas, will host a college bowl game through 2025 after ESPN Events and FC Dallas announced an extension to their bowl agreement at Toyota Stadium. The Frisco Bowl, which is owned and operated by ESPN Events, has been played in Frisco since December 2017. The game is affiliated with the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference and Sun Belt Conference, as well as BYU and Army.
Toyota Stadium is home field MLS’ FC Dallas and has also hosted the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Championship Game since 2010. For football, it has a seating capacity of 20,500.
“Working with FC Dallas and the Hunt family has truly been a rewarding experience,” said Clint Overby, vice president of ESPN Events. “The opportunity to extend our relationship and continue growing the Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl was an easy decision to make. We are excited about the extension and look forward to the next six years.”
“The Frisco Bowl has been a wonderful addition to our community,” said FC Dallas President Dan Hunt. “We’re thrilled that sports fans will be able to celebrate and enjoy this bowl game in Frisco for years to come. It has produced some of the most exciting games of the college football bowl season.”