Berry Center of Northwest Houston
|Location||8877 Barker Cypress Road|
Cypress, Texas 77433
11,000 (outdoor stadium: Cy-Fair FCU Stadium)
|Construction cost||$ 84.0 Million|
|Architect||PBK Architects and HOK Sport|
|Texas Copperheads (af2) (2007–2008)|
The Berry Center of Northwest Houston (commonly known as Berry Center) is a multi-purpose sports complex located in Cypress, Texas. It was completed in March 2006 and consists of five separate facilities: an arena, stadium, theater, conference center and food production center. It was named after former Cy-Fair ISD superintendent Richard E. Berry. It serves as one of the two football stadiums used by CFISD, the other being Ken Pridgeon Stadium.
Amenities include the 11,000-seat Cy-Fair FCU Stadium used for football and soccer, a 15,333-square-foot (1,424.5 m2) conference center used for staff development able to be partitioned into 17 rooms, a 456-seat auditorium, a multi-purpose arena designed for a maximum capacity of 9,500 people with 8,300 fixed seats, and a floor banquet seating and catering facility to accommodate the preparation and serving of 1,000 meals.
In May 2016, the naming rights to the football stadium, previously known as simply "The Berry Center," were sold to Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union. The stadium was renamed "Cy-Fair FCU Stadium" for $1.5 million, to be paid over the span of 10 years.
Cy-Fair FCU Stadium
Cy-Fair FCU stadium hosts football, soccer, and band competitions. It was known as the Berry Center until 2016.
The Berry Center hosted the State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships in 2016.
2017 UIL Texas State Wrestling Championship.
Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District High School Graduations
- Details emerge on Berry Center naming rights deal
- "Cy-Fair FCU Stadium a sign of the times". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-07-23.
- "Rick Perry". Wikipedia. 2018-04-19.
- Berry Center to host 28th annual Slam Dunk Event on March 31 on ESPN
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