Just 15 miles north of the state capitol in Austin, Round Rock is one of the nation’s fastest-growing and economically vibrant cities.
Even though we're The Sports Capital of Texas, there's still plenty of entertainment in town that doesn't involve a ball, a stadium or a scoreboard. Check out these attractions when you're off the field.
From business meetings to basketball tournaments, and everything in between, Round Rock has you covered. Our flexible facilities and high-end amenities will make your next event a sure success.
Relax at one of the many hotels in Round Rock. Whether you're looking for business facilities, comfortable amenities or just a firm bed to rest after the big game, there is an option for you.
You brought your cleats. You brought your jersey. Did you bring your appetite? Enjoy burgers, sandwiches, barbeque, steaks, pasta, seafood and more at one of our restaurants.
The NIRSA National Flag Football Championships will be held at the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex on January 3-5, 2020.
Join us in Round Rock, Texas for the end of the 2019 NIRSA Flag Football Season. NIRSA is excited to have this year’s National Tournament hosted by St. Edward’s University Campus Recreation, Southwestern University Intramural and Recreational Activities, The University of Texas at Austin Recreational Sports and the official host partner, the City of Round Rock.
The tournament will determine a National Champion for the 2019 flag football season. The tournament is not restricted to regional tournament champions, league champions or limited to a certain number of teams from any one school. It is open to junior colleges, community colleges, four-year universities, and military teams. There is also an Open Division where any team can join without association to a college or university.
Early Bird Registration
$400 – on or before December 6, 2019
$450 – after December 6, 2019
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NIRSA comprises and supports leaders in collegiate recreation.
As college and university students develop into future leaders, NIRSA members support their learning and growth by fostering lifelong habits of wellbeing. Leadership, teamwork, dedication, and respect are among the many skills exercised by inclusive competition, fitness, and recreation. Since its founding in 1950, NIRSA membership has grown to comprise nearly 4,500 dedicated professionals, students, and businesses, serving an estimated 8.1 million students.
NIRSA believes that collegiate recreation is a significant and powerful key to inspiring wellness in local, regional, and global communities.