The Texas Revolution Moves to the Ford Center

The Texas Revolution will be playing their home games at the Ford Center at the Star. The Texas Revolution is an American professional indoor football team. They are founding members of Champion Indoor Football and are currently the Champions cup holder. The Ford Center will host their games for the next three years. The Ford Center was built as a practice center for the Dallas Cowboys. It now has the many of the best dining and shopping in North Texas. By moving their home games to Ford Center, the Texas Revolution will offer their guests a luxurious experience with close proximity to the field, skybox suites and field suites. 


Frisco Arts Moves Office to Serendipity Labs

Frisco Arts has relocated its office to Serendipity Labs. Serendipity Labs is a new coworking and office space in Frisco in Hall Park, a 162-acre and 16-building office. The park has many walking trails and is surrounded by works of art and green space. The park is walking distance from the entertainment district the Star. 

WOGA Classic at the Ford Center

The WOGA Classic will take place Feb. 8-10 at the Ford Center at the Star. The weekend will consist of fun festivities and competition. WOGA Gymnastics is headquartered in Frisco and hosts one of the longest running international competitions in the United States. It is home to Olympic champion Nastia Lukin. WOGA’s co-founders are Olympic champion Valeri Liukin and World Sports Acrobatic champion Yevgeny Marchenko. They have built one of the most successful training programs in the world. A few of the participating countries include Belgium, Japan and Canada. The WOGA Classic attracts top teams and continues to bring together a magnificent field of competitors. The WOGA Classic also provides an outstanding opportunity to compete with future Olympic stars. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit