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Big 12 Soccer Championship in Round Rock!

Big 12 Women's Soccer Champions holding up trophy and signs

Big 12 Soccer Championship in Round Rock!

The Big 12 Soccer Championship will be held in Round Rock November 1 and 6-8, 2020, and will return in 2021 and 2022 to Round Rock’s premier outdoor sports facility, the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex. Whether you’re on the team or here to support your players, the Sports Capital of Texas is glad to have you. There are a few things you should know about our city to make your stay and game-play even better.

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The Sports Capital of Texas

Round Rock is officially the Sports Capital of Texas, and for good reason! From soccer tournaments to cycling events, Round Rock is the premier destination for amateur, youth, and recreational sports in the state. Great facilities like Dell Diamond, Round Rock Sports Center and Old Settlers Park; fun activities; plenty of dining and lodging options; and a central location within three hours from 90 percent of the state’s population all make Round Rock the prime destination for sports events in Texas and beyond!

Take an Aerial Tour of Round Rock

“So I’m in Round Rock for the Championships! What should I do now?”

SHOP TIL YOU DROP
Did you know Round Rock is also a premier destination for shopping? Visit the world-class living rooms at IKEA, and then shop ‘til you drop through 120 designer and brand name stores at the Round Rock Premium Outlets, or discover the reel deals at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.

EAT LIKE A CHAMPION
You brought your families. You brought your game faces. But did you bring your appetite? When the game is over and you’re ready to dine like champions, hang your hat (or baseball mitt) at one of the 300 delicious restaurants in Round Rock, ready to satisfy any size team.

Don’t forget about breakfast either: in Round Rock, breakfast starts early and goes big. Make sure you swing into Round Rock Donuts for some of the award-winning, Texas-sized donuts. Their orange (or is it yellow?) glaze scores big with visitors and teams of all ages.

KEEP PLAYING
We are the Sports Capital of Texas, after all! Visit one of our other great facilities on your downtime. Check out Old Settlers Park for a round of frisbee or just to kick a soccer ball around, or visit one of our golf courses to tee up for a challenging drive.

ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS
We have a slew of great outdoor activity options for when the game is over! Discover the famous stone landmark in the middle of brushy creek that gave Round Rock its name; fish, hike, geocache or swim in Brushy Creek; or cool off during the hot summer with a trip to our 150,000-square-foot water park, Rock’N River.

VISIT THE COMMUNITY
There are always great community events happening in Round Rock! Check out the schedule of events or visit downtown Round Rock’s nightlife scene and celebrate the good times with your team and Round Rock neighbors!

About The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex

The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex (RRMPC) includes 4 natural grass multipurpose fields and 1 natural grass championship field, 4 synthetic turf multipurpose fields and 1 synthetic turf championship field, parking, Musco sports lighting, restroom/concessions building, spectator amenities, playground and more.

Address:
2001 N. Kenney Fort Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665


Travel to Round Rock Multipurpose Complex

From Austin

  • Head North on I-35 N.
  • Follow I-35 N to S Interstate Hwy 35 in Round Rock.
  • Take exit 254 from I-35 N.
  • Turn right onto Old Settlers Blvd. Drive 3.8 miles east, then turn right onto N. Kenney Fort Blvd.
  • The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex will be on your left.

From Dallas

This route has tolls

  • Head South on I-35 S. Follow I-35 S to Interstate Hwy 35 in Round Rock.
  • Take exit 254 from I-35 S.
  • Turn left onto Old Settlers Blvd. Drive 3.9 miles east, then turn right onto N. Kenney Fort Blvd.
  • The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex will be on your left.

From Houston

This route has tolls

  • Head West on US-290 W. Follow US-290 W to FM734/Parmer Ln Exit.
  • Turn right onto FM 734 W/E Parmer Ln.
  • Turn right onto TX-130 Toll N. Take exit 423 toward US-79/Taylor/Round Rock.
  • Turn left on US-79 S. Turn right onto N Red Bud Ln.
  • Turn left on Old Settlers Blvd. Drive 1.0 miles, then turn left onto N. Kenney Fort Blvd.
  • The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex will be on your left.

From San Antonio

This route has tolls

  • Head North on I-35 N. Follow I-35 N to S Interstate Hwy 35 in Round Rock.
  • Take exit 254 from I-35 N.
  • Turn right onto Old Settlers Blvd. Drive 3.8 miles east, then turn right onto N. Kenney Fort Blvd.
  • The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex will be on your left.
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