Below is a list of the top and leading Stadiums in Houston. To help you find the best Stadiums located near you in Houston, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Houston’s Best Stadiums:
The top rated Stadiums in Houston are:
- NRG Stadium
- BBVA Stadium
- Delmar Stadium
- Butler Stadium
- Barnett Sports Complex
NRG Stadium is where the professional American football team, Houston Texan’s games, and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo are always held. It is the only National Football League and Rodeo venue that has an indoor and outdoor operable roof. This means that the roof of the stadium can be retracted to create a 125,000 square feet space for concerts, exhibits, sessions, and catered events. It is a perfect venue for these events owing to the stadium’s design, and club level meeting spaces.
Four Concourse Levels, 196 Suites, Club Level & Cantina, Outdoor Park
“I drove 900 miles to the Buffalo Bills / Texans playoff game. I had a great time even though my team lost. The stadium is user friendly if you have never been there. Every seat has a great view of the field. Nice place.” -David Chapman
BBVA Stadium’s planned construction undergone a series of negotiations spanning more than 5 years. It was only after this period that it was able to celebrate its groundbreaking ceremony on February 5, 2011. The 22,000 seat stadium was designed by the architectural firm that did the New Yankee Stadium in New York. It is a celebrated architectural icon that combines the urban East Downtown culture to the Dynamo’s goal of cementing its status in the field of North American soccer. The stadium is highly accessible with its location near famous landmarks like George R. Brown Convention Center, Minute Maid Park, and the Toyota Center.
Audi Sport Club, Heineken Star Bar, Concourse, Catering, Group Tours
“A great stadium!! The location is in the heart of East Downtown. There is not a bad seat in the house. The menu items are delicious too; you can choose from Texas-style BBQ to authentic Mexican tacos and everything in between.” -Matthew Martinez
Delmar Stadium was primarily built to host American Football games of independent district schools in Houston. It is a component of the DelMar-Tusa & Dryer sports complex where altogether it functions as a multipurpose event facility. The stadium is home to football events while serving as a baseball field and a track and field house as well. Its completion of reconstruction was recorded to be in December 2016. Today Delmar Stadium can accommodate the capacity of 12000 for football, 5400 for fieldhouse, 1500 for baseball, 6000 for football and track, and 3000 for middle school.
Football Stadium, Baseball Field, Track & Fieldhouse
“Watch the Grambling State University Lady Tigers win the Southwestern Athletic Conference Basketball Championship. It’s a nice facility. #GoGrambling!” -Raynald Higgins
Butler Stadium, also known as Butler Athletic Complex, was constructed in the year 1965. It was renovated to fulfill better service to Houstonians that commenced in 2014 and was completed in 2016. The stadium houses several events like football, baseball, softball games, and acts as a fieldhouse to collegiate events like basketball and volleyball. It can cater to an audience of 8000 for football and track, and 600 for softball events. Butler Stadium can host college sports events with a capacity of 2500, and 5200 for a combination of football and baseball for middle school.
Baseball Fields, Football stadium, & Fieldhouse
“Awesome place! Spectacular football games & events! The food is hot & delicious! Just wish they served beer!!!@ 😊” -Ernest Berry Jr.
Barnett Sports Complex
Barnett Sports Complex is a stadium located in Fairway Houston Texas that both serves as a youth sports facility and a commercial event venue for various types of civic, cultural, corporate, and entertainment shows. It was built in 1976 and later on renovated to cope up with safety and security measures as well as visual requirements. The reconstruction started in 2014 and was finally completed 2 years after. Nowadays football and track players and audiences amounting to 8000 can fill in the stadium. Fieldhouse events can seat 2750 persons, softball has 600 seating capacity, while the middle field and CLC baseball field can accommodate 250 individuals.
Fieldhouse, Baseball Field, Football Stadium
“This place is easy to find. Has good seating and the food is good. It is always a joy to watch my friends play here.” -Jeanette B.
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