Get Your Game On In Rogers

Sports

Win big when you plan your sporting event here.

Rogers has sporting venues for softball, tennis, baseball, football, road and mountain biking, soccer, swimming, cheer, dance, wrestling, and lacrosse. Rogers is centrally located in the heart of booming Northwest Arkansas, served by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, and close to the Ozark Mountains, lakes, rivers, shopping, more than 2,000 affordable hotel rooms and more than 100 restaurants. Our staff can help you plan every detail and make sure your players have a great experience on and off the field (or court, track or course).

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Foerster Park
Soccer in Rogers
Reason #1 to Play in Rogers
Rogers is conveniently located near Tulsa, Little Rock, Branson, Kansas City, Joplin, Springfield, Fort Smith and Oklahoma City.
Veterans Memorial Park
Lacrosse In Rogers
Reason #2 to Play in Rogers
Rogers has state-of-the-art softball, soccer and lacrosse venues.
Fairfield Inn & Suites
Reason #3 to Play in Rogers
Rogers has more than 2,000 hotel rooms, one for every competitor and his or her fans.
Pinnacle Hills Promenade
Pinnacle Hills Promenade is a retail lifestyle center in Rogers, Arkansas featuring Cabela's, Dillard's, J. C. Penney, Target, and Best Buy, and a Malco Theatres
Reason #4 to Play in Rogers
Rogers is home to retail venues from small stores downtown to the Pinnacle shopping area filled with the regions finest big box and high end shopping.
XNA offers direct flights to several airports throughout the country, including Houston, Dallas, Denver, Vegas, LA, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Chicago, Destin, Orlando, Atlanta, New York and More
Reason #5 to Play in Rogers
Rogers is located 12 miles from Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, which has 50 direct flights to 14 destinations.
The Parks and Recreation staff and the field crew, who worked tirelessly for many hours, helped make the Midwest Championship Softball tournament a great success.