Robertson Stadium is a sports stadium located on the campus of the University of Houston. It is the current home of the Houston Cougars football and women's soccer teams, as well as Houston 1836 of Major League Soccer, which will begin play in the 2006 season. The stadium hosted the Houston Oilers from 1960-1964. The current capacity of Robertson Stadium is 33,000.
Sam Houston Race Park, located in northwest Houston, opened as the first Class 1 racetrack in Texas on April 24, 1994. The Houston racetrack hosts two live race meets annually; Thoroughbred racing October through April and American Quarter Horses from June through September. In addition, Sam Houston Race Park offers a comprehensive simulcasting program 364 days each year in its grandstand and P...
Chicago Fire - Toyota Park
Columbus Crew - Columbus Crew Stadium
D.C. United - RFK Stadium
Kansas City Wizards - Arrowhead Stadium
New England Revolution - Gillette Stadium
Red Bull New York - Giants Stadium
Toronto FC - BMO Field
Ellington Field (EFD) is a joint use civil/military airport. Acquired by the City of Houston in 1984, Ellington now supports the operations of the United States military, NASA, Continental Express, United Parcel Service and general aviation. The airport is home to the largest flying club in Texas and is the site of the annual Wings Over Houston Airshow.
The airport was renamed George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston in 1997, in honour of Former President George Bush. President Bush is a long time resident of Houston and was present at the airport's opening in 1969 when he was a Member of Congress representing the Houston area.
Wonderful shopping is available all over Houston, but the shopping experience at THE GALLERIA is the definitive place to go for designer shops, unusual gifts, wonderful imports or just plain fun. Boasting almost 300 stores, it is certain to offer exactly what you need.
Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875 – March 19, 1950) was an American author, best known for his creation of the jungle hero Tarzan and the heroic Mars adventurer John Carter, although he produced works in many genres.