Fresno’s rich legacy of sports is home to world champions, National and state title holders. From high school athletics to the highest level of sports played in Fresno (Triple-A baseball) numerous California state national titles have been earned. Fresno is home to some of the most competitive sports athletes in the world: UFC World Champion is well known locally for fighting out of Fresno. California state titles have been dominated in the sport of wrestling for high school the last six years. Fresno sports events take place in landmark arenas like Bulldog Stadium, Chukchansi Park, Beiden Field, and Save Mart Center. Fresno is the best city for weekend warriors, whether you're looking for a pickup basketball game in Fresno or a hiking trial in Yosemite.

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Bulldog Stadium has been the home of the Fresno State football team since it first opened in 1980 . Entering its 35th full season hosting the football team in 2015, the 41,031-seat facility has established itself as one of the most difficult places…

Fresno Football Club (FFC), the San Joaquin Valley’s first pro soccer club, is a member of the United Soccer League (USL), one division below Major League Soccer (MLS). The club opens its inaugural season in March 2018 and will host home matches at…

The Fresno Grizzlies are the Triple-A baseball affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The club competes in the 16-team Pacific Coast League. In 2015, the Grizzlies won their first Pacific Coast League and Triple-A National Championships in franchise…