H-E-B Center at Cedar Park
2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park
The AHL’s Texas Stars are the primary affiliate of the NHL’s Dallas Stars, playing all
of their home games at the H-E-B Center at
Cedar Park. The Stars won the Calder Cup
Championship in 2013-14, and have captured
three Western Conference Championships
(2009-10, 2013-14, 2017-18) as well as two
division championships (2012-13, 2013-14).
The team has qualified for the Calder Cup
Playoffs in seven of their first nine seasons.
Sexy, and on wheels. Welcome to all-girl roll-er-rama mama entertainment that begs to be
seen to be believed. Watch the four league
teams – the Putas del Fuego, the Holy Rollers,
the Hellcats and the Rhinestone Cowgirls tear
it up at the Playland Skate Center.
The Austin Rugby Football Club and
The Austin Women’s Rugby Football Club
Rugby is alive and well and kicking and
elbowing and whacking. The Austin Rugby
Football Club is the original Austin area
rugby club, and after its start in 1967, is
still going strong with numerous wins
and divisional titles to their credit. The
Austin Rugby Football Club is also one of
only two rugby clubs in the United States
to own its own grounds and ball club-
house. In 1992 the club incorporated and
restructured to become a corporate organi-
zation by 1994, with the goals of becoming
involved in community activities, charitable
work and a closer involvement with the
business community of Austin. Affiliated
with the ARFC is The Austin Women’s
Rugby Football Club, the Austin Valkyries.
Both groups meet Tuesdays and Thursdays
of every week for practice on Burr Field,
and newcomers are always welcome. Check
out the website for directions, or call the
The Austin Huns Rugby Football Club
The Huns splintered off from the Austin
Rugby Football Club in 1972, and haven’t
looked back since. They have a reputation
for tough and scrappy rugby, and have
also toured, playing in countries such as
England, Scotland, Wales, Australia, and
the Cayman Islands. Players come from
all walks of life. A time honored Huns
tradition is to gather at Nasty’s, the neigh-
borhood dive bar, after every game.
1301 Shoal Creek Bouldevard, Austin
The Aztex play their homes games at House
Park, located in the heart of downtown
Austin. The historic 6,000-capacity stadium,
opened in 1939, is a short walk from local
pubs, and is close to many Austin attractions
including Shoal Creek, Austin’s famous 6th
Street, Zilker Park, a skate park, Austin
Recreation Center, and the UT campus. In
their inaugural season, the “new” Austin
Aztex finished in the final 8 (of 73 teams).
Kids 10 and under are always admitted free
to Aztex home matches. Parking at the ACC
Rio Grande parking garage in also free.
There’s nothing like a game of volleyball on
sand, and with a variety of sand courts to
choose from, there’s no reason not to indulge.
Austin Park Facilities
Zilker Park has four public sand volleyball courts complete with nets just north of
Barton Springs Road. Pease Park has three
courts without nets, but call PARD to check
with them about net rental.
Aussie’s Bar and Grill
306 Barton Springs Road, Austin
Nets and brewskis are a natural combination.
Aussie’s maintains league play in the summer.
Austin Parks and Recreation Department
Call PARD for a complete listing of the
28 first-come, first-served free municipal
tennis court facilities found throughout the
city. The city’s larger municipal facilities
may charge a small usage fee and may also
Photo by Steve DeMent Photography