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Frisco Bowl Extends Agreement to 2025

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 Continue Reading

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Skip Gilbert Named CEO of U.S. Youth Soccer

Sports industry veteran Skip Gilbert has been named CEO of U.S. Youth Soccer, joining the organization that serves 3 million players ages 5 to 19 and works with member state associations, clubs and leagues, and administrators, coaches and volunteers. He will join the USYS office in Frisco, Texas, beginning January 10, 2020. Gilbert, who has Continue Reading

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Frisco, Texas, to Host NCAA Division I Football Championship Through 2025

Frisco, Texas, will continue as the host of the NCAA Division I Football Championship through 2025, with an option to host the 2026 event as well. The game, staged at Toyota Stadium and hosted by the Southland Conference, the city of Frisco and Hunt Sports Ventures has been played in Frisco since 2010. “The Division I Football Continue Reading

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PGA of America to Relocate to Frisco, Texas

The PGA of America has announced that it will relocate its headquarters to Frisco, Texas, from Palm Beach County, Florida. The new headquarters will anchor a 600-acre, mixed-use development with an initial investment worth more than $500 million. Open to the public, the development will be home to two golf courses, a short course and practice areas totaling Continue Reading

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