Sports & Recreation

Most people know that Fayetteville is home to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. In fact, Fayetteville is Named the No. 4 Best College Town in the Nation and Fayetteville is ranked #1 place to live in the SEC. While the region packs the stadium to call the Hogs, enthusiasm for sports goes beyond college team spirit.

Fayetteville is the ideal backdrop to host sporting events of all kinds and sizes. The north-south Interstate I-49 connects the largest towns in the region and in doing so expands the possibilities for larger events. We have the facilities, the know-how and all the resources to knock your sporting event out of the park.

Winter athletes are coming out from hibernation! The Arkansas gymnastics team is no exception, with a planned return to action on January 7, 2022.

With the traditional Red-White game and two exhibition games behind them, the Arkansas Razorbacks men’s basketball team is ready to kick off the 2021-22 season, beginning with a season opener versus Mercer on November 9.

The Arkansas Razorbacks women’s basketball team is primed and ready for the 2021-22 season, which begins November 9 with a matchup against Tarleton State.

So you've heard all the cycling news coming out of Fayetteville but you might be asking yourself, "How do I enjoy these?" Don't worry, Experience Fayetteville has your back! Check out our breakdown of some exciting competitions and ways you can enjoy them whether on wheels or on foot!

The Arkansas Razorbacks women’s basketball team is ready to start its 2020-21 season, which kicks off Thanksgiving week at Bud Walton Arena. 

Head Coach Mike Neighbors’ squad went 24-8 last year with a 10-6 SEC record, and this year they have a 10-game non-conference schedule followed by its SEC schedule that begins New Year’s Eve against Kentucky.