NYTEX Sports Centre

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NYTEX Sports Centre
Former names Blue Line Ice Complex (1999–2006)
Location

8851 Ice House Drive,

North Richland Hills, TX
Owner NYTEX Sports LLC
Capacity 2,400 (NYTEX Sports Centre)
500 (Speed Soccer Arena)
Opened 1999
Tenants
Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) (2013–present)
Texas Jr. Brahmas (NA3HL) (2010–present)
Texas Stealth (NAIF) (2016–present)
Texas Tornado (NAHL) (1999–2003)
Lone Star Cavalry (NAHL) (2003–2004)
Fort Worth/Texas Brahmas (CHL) (2007–2013)
North Texas Crunch (various) (2008–2015)
Texas Outlaws (PASL) (2008–2009)
Dallas Derby Devils (WFTDA) (2004–present)

The NYTEX Sports Centre is a 2,400 seat multi-purpose arena in North Richland Hills, Texas. It is home to the Lone Star Brahmas of the North American Hockey League and the Texas Jr. Brahmas in the North American 3 Hockey League. The facility was designed by architect Kent Holcomb and built in 1999 as the Blue Line Ice Complex before being renamed in June 2006. It is owned by NYTEX Sports, a management firm based in New York City and Texas.

Beginning in spring of 2016, it will be home to the Texas Stealth of North American Indoor Football.

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Coordinates: 32°51′36″N 97°11′47″W / 32.859901°N 97.196466°W / 32.859901; -97.196466