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.
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• NAGA competitors, coaches and spectators are expected to maintain a professional manner suitable for any family environment.
• NAGA competitors, coaches and spectators will be respectful of the NAGA Referee’s authority on and off the mat at all times. Any disrespectful conduct, verbal abuse or failure to follow the commands of the NAGA Referee will result in penalties assessed, disqualification, event ejection and / or probation from future NAGA events.
• NAGA competitors, coaches and spectators must wear shoes at all times during a NAGA event except when physically stepping on the fight surface mats when the shoes must be removed. Failure to follow this very hygienic safety requirement could result in disqualification or ejection from the NAGA competition with NO monetary reimbursement.
• NAGA competitors are required to wait at the mat boundaries until the NAGA referee invites the competitor on the mats at the time of his/her competition.
• NAGA coaches and spectators may NEVER step on the mats during a competition. Stepping on the mats will result in penalties assessed to the competitor and possible ejection of the offending coach/spectator. Note: Severe injury to a team competitor may allow the coach or family member to address the competitor on the mats (without interfering with the medical staff or referee’s decisions).