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Game On Arena Sports
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251 Settlement Plaza Dr Fort Worth, TX 76108
251 Settlement Plaza DriveUSTexasFort Worth76108
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Today 9:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Thursday 9:30 AM – 12:00 AMFriday 9:30 AM – 12:00 AMSaturday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 7:00 PMMonday 9:30 AM – 12:00 AMTuesday 9:30 AM – 12:00 AMWednesday 9:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Ft. Worth's First and Largest Indoor Soccer Arena.  Enjoy Sports in a Comfortable, Safe Environment.
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"This place is great since the new management."
"No soft cleats."
"Also, I love how they added the new arena and flag football."
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Christopher Auth
2 months ago
Game On Arena Sports has been under new ownership/management for the past year now. New owners took over in February and are here to provide Fort Worth and all neighboring towns/cities a state of the art facility for athletics and more. Customer service is what Game On is all about. With the addition of the new field that was built feedback has been great. There are leagues for people of all ages and skill level for soccer and flag football. We hope to see you soon!
Matt J.
2 months ago
This place wants your money and doesn't care about their players or anyone that comes into their "arena"!! The staff are not nice and they do not keep their rules - they are only there to collect your money and keep people moving in and out of the doors! Bad staff, bad referees, VIOLENT PLAY allowed, I will NEVER go back! Save yourself some time and money and DO NOT PLAY HERE!!
Daniel Hintz
7 months ago
Nothing. This place has refs that admit that teams are dirty and that we need to let them know if they do anything wrong. If this is the e case why are they allowed to play. Stupid place and they are not getting my MO ey anymore.
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Jennifer Dubeansky
8 months ago
Clean arena. Nice indoor arena. We used this in association with i9 Sports.
Teresa Robertson
a month ago
Since the new owners have taken over Game On it has become a GREAT family friendly place. The staff is very friendly and ALWAYS works to ensure that not only the players but also the player's family members are happy, safe and treated fairly. I love Game On and feel blessed that it is here for my family and I to use.
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Mir Graham
5 months ago
I can't say I completely hate it. I can say it is different. There are things I hate, things that annoy me, and things I like about it. Hate 1.They call a penalty shot if the ball hits the ceiling net from a player in their side of pitch. This is the most RIDICULOUS rule I have ever heard. I somewhat understand the side nets being a penalty...somewhat. (Suggestion- do not tell people there isn't an out-of-bounds if the net is in place of a touchline) UPDATED: I didn't explain my frustration exactly as I should. The out-of-bounds ball is placed on a circle right outside the box as a reset for the other team to kick in directly at the goalie. It looks like a penalty shot. It looks like a free kick. But, I understand the action is not an actual penalty kick. 2.They require a new player to purchase a $20 card in June 2015 that expires Sept 2015. They should last a year, right? Nope. They do not unless you are purchasing your card in October 2015. (Suggestion- there should be a prorate amount per season for those only getting to use the cards for 2 months, or better yet- do what Stampede and BlueSky do and give each card an individual expiration date based upon purchase date) UPDATED: I am happy y'all are implementing a new system. However, June to Sept was still $20. But the new changes for prorates are a good thing. Annoying 1. They require the player to wear indoor shoes. No soft cleats. It is just annoying, because the four other indoor establishments my daughter has played allows soft cleats. (There is a like to this rather annoying rule.) UPDATE: I understand the reasons for the indoor shoes. It is why it fell under "annoyance" rather than "hate". But like I said, great indoor shop that didn't charge me out the wha-zoo for a new pair of shoes for my kid. 2. The seating is pretty much NON-EXISTENT. To watch the game, be prepared to stand the hour and to hope that teams aren't warming up on the heels of the spectators (since there is no other space for warm ups). Like 1. The staff seems nice, even when telling you of their asinine rules. No one has been a jerk, which is always a good thing. It helps the "hate" and "annoying" list to be easier tolerated. UPDATE: I stand by this so far. 2. There is a rather well-stocked store onsite, and it isn't completely overpriced. This is nice. UPDATE: It is really nice. :)
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Mir, Thank you very much for your feedback as it is much needed. As you know, feedback of any type for a business is highly important - especially when it comes from our guests/teams and customers. I would like to go over the points you made and please let me know if there is anything you'd like to see that we can present at meetings. In regards to a penalty shot for the opposing team, it's just a kick in for the ball being out of bounds. There are out of bounds, on the international field; above the glass walls, above the goal and corner walls and on the player sideline - above the yellow line. The ceiling net is the same. On the collegiate field the out of bounds are above the goal wall and corner walls/glass, and on the spectator and player side above the yellow line. It is just a kick in for the opposing team the foul count does not rise in this case like a foul would committed by a player. The ID cards are never a fun situation and I understand your points. The ID Cards run off a fiscal year 10/1/xx to 9/30/xx of the following year and we have been talking about changing it from the time you get it to a year out since we have new software that enables us to do everything on line which we just rolled out. The ID Cards are good until 9/30/2015. With the "year" running out when you get to Summer II Season which is August and September the ID Cards are priced differently and there are a couple of options. You can buy a prorated card for the last season of the "year" for $10 or you can pay $25 and get it for 14 months. We like to leave that option open for our Summer II teams playing in August and September. We will announce any changes to ID Cards, I like the year to year from when the player gets it, with new software this will allow us to track a lot easier! The No Outdoor Cleats rule. This is a pure house rule for a couple of reasons we don't mean to be a pain but it's been a rule since the arena opened and even when there was a change in ownership. Players can wear indoor shoes, indoor flats, running shoes, tennis shoes, basketball shoes etc just no outdoor studs. With not allowing hard studs this helps keep the turf field in top notch condition. Does not create tares, doesn't disperse the beads beneath the turf to the sides like cleats do ultimately maintaining a safer playing condition and beads evenly spread at all times. The field lines are actually cut out from the original turf that is placed down and painted then placed back in. The cleats can rip and pull the turf if cleat studs keep going over where they are sewn and glued together. The no cleats also allows for a safer playing environment and less injuries and cleats getting "caught in the turf." The turf you all play on is important to us as that is our product if you will. Without maintained turf fields the arena isn't as safe as it could be and doesn't look good. We want everyone to come to a clean facility top to bottom from the fields to the parking lot. We are well aware of the seating issues - during the Summer season a lot of guests come and watch their family members play. I will bring up this concern and see what we can do about getting more bleachers/seating. We have signs to be courteous of those behind you for viewing purposes to make guests aware. The players warm up area was recently taken down because it wasn't being treated as a warm up area. We have signs for no balls all over so the guests watching aren't in the middle of a passing drill. Will send an email to all the leagues about this The staff is there to help everyone at all times! We strive ourselves on providing a clean, family friendly and safe environment with exceptional customer service. Thank you for the compliment on the store. If have any suggestions please please feel free to reply or leave a message at front desk or can email the facility manager at Thank you again, Game On Staff
lane auth
a year ago
Ever since Game On went under new management, the new staff have made the place better. The people are more friendly, and the place is cleaner. Also, I love how they added the new arena and flag football. This place is great since the new management.
Claudia Guevara
2 years ago
Gameon has improved so much since the new owners came on board. To begin they added another field, their customer service skills are excellent. Gameon is now FUN place to play the sport you love. I highly recommend you to come by if you haven't and see for your self.....