Bob Shelton Stadium is the premier college sports venue for Hays CISD, named after the district's renowned soccer coach, Bob Shelton. With a capacity of 8,600 spectators, the stadium boasts an artificial grass field and a seven-lane track with jumping pits, a high jump area, and a pole vaulting area. The facility also has press boxes on both the home and visitors' sides, as well as radio and television booths. The eight-team league recently released its schedule and has the Brahmas in the XFL South, along with Arlington, Houston and Orlando.
At the time of his retirement, Bob Shelton was the longest-serving American football coach at the same school in Texas. Hays County is home to some of the best semi-professional football teams in Texas. These teams play their home games at Bob Shelton Stadium, located in Buda, Texas. The stadium is equipped with all the necessary amenities to host a professional football game, including an artificial grass field, seven-lane track with jumping pits, high jump area, pole vaulting area, press boxes on both sides of the field, and radio and television booths. The eight-team league that plays in Hays County is called the XFL South.
It includes teams from Arlington, Houston and Orlando as well as the Brahmas from Hays County. The Brahmas are coached by Bob Shelton who was the longest-serving American football coach at the same school in Texas when he retired. The Bob Shelton Stadium is an ideal venue for semi-professional football teams to play their home games. It has all the necessary facilities to host a professional football game and its capacity of 8,600 spectators makes it one of the largest stadiums in Hays County. The stadium also has a great atmosphere for fans to enjoy watching their favorite teams play. If you're looking for a great place to watch semi-professional football in Hays County, then look no further than Bob Shelton Stadium.
With its great facilities and atmosphere, it's sure to be an enjoyable experience for all who attend.