Javelina Stadium – Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelinas

Javelina Stadium – Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelinas

History and heritage have deep roots in the city of Kingsville, Texas. A tradition of farming and ranching built the community. It continues to grow thanks in large part to Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK). Founded in 1925, the athletics department launched a football program shortly afterward in 1929. Since that time, the Javelinas have become one of the most dominant Division II programs in the country.

Alamo Stadium – Trinity Tigers

Alamo Stadium – Trinity Tigers

Playing in the Southern Athletic Association, the Trinity University Tigers have developed into one of college football’s most successful Division III programs in the country. In 2007 they gained national prominence for a play against Millsaps College that became known as the Mississippi Miracle. They were also runners up for the DIII National Championship in 2002, and have consistently fielded a playoff contending team.

Rice Stadium – Rice Owls

Rice Stadium – Rice Owls

Rice University has fielded collegiate football since the 1912 season. In that time, the school has produced eight College Football Hall of Famers – including former Head Coach John Heisman – and 18 All-Americans. The Owls have a 7-5 record in bowl games, including a win in the 1937 Cotton Bowl Classic over Colorado, and have won eight conference championships, mostly during the heyday of the Southwest Conference.

Sun Devil Stadium – Arizona State Sun Devils

Sun Devil Stadium – Arizona State Sun Devils

Cradled within the Tempe Buttes is historic Sun Devil Stadium, home of the eponymous Arizona State Sun Devils. Built in 1958, the stadium has been renovated multiple times over the years, and has been the home of not only Sun Devil football, but the host of the Fiesta Bowl, the Cactus Bowl, and even the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.

Toyota Field – San Antonio FC

Toyota Field – San Antonio FC

When Spurs Sports & Entertainment (SSE), the parent owners of the San Antonio Spurs, was awarded an expansion franchise in the United Soccer League (USL) in 2016, they purchased a controlling interest in Toyota Field and started up San Antonio FC. The stadium, which was newly minted as of 2013, had been created to be the home of the now defunct San Antonio Scorpions of the North American Soccer League.