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From professional teams to little leagues, Dallas-Fort Worth is obsessed with sports. To find the best places to play sports throughout Dallas-Fort Worth, we asked our readers in last week’s Best of BubbleLife survey. Here are some of the top spots in DFW to kick a soccer ball or throw a baseball. 

Wagon Wheel in Coppell

The soccer fields won this survey, but the entire facility is ideal for springtime sports. It consists of six baseball fields and eight soccer fields, as well as a lighted tennis center and nature park. With its multiple facilities, this 153-acre park is the perfect place to bring the kids for a full day of activities.

Germany Park in the Park Cities

Named after former Mayor E. Wilson Germany, this park is located in the northeast corner of University and Lomo Alto. It’s ideal for varsity athletes, as the Highland Park varsity soccer team often trains at Germany Park. The facility also provides a space for younger children that features playground and lighted walkways.

YMCA in Richardson

The Y’s Youth Sports philosophy is, “to allow kids to participate in a noncompetitive program with an emphasis on fun, development of character, and fair play.” Here, every player will have a chance to participate, fostering a “love for the game” among all children.

Lake Pointe Sports in Rockwall

According to the survey, this facility boasts an impressive following – it won with 136 votes. Lake Pointe Church of Rockwall has established an outreach ministry that fuses a love for sports with a passion for God’s purpose. There’s an athletic program for everyone, from 4-year-old kids to adults interested in co-ed sports.

 

To find the best place to play sports in your hometown, click on the “Best Of” tab on the homepage. There, you will also see past Best of BubbleLife survey questions and winners.

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