From buzzer beaters to game-winning goals, Las Vegas has your ticket to exhilarating sports action year-round.


The Entertainment Capital of the World has always been home to the biggest sports events, but the recent addition of professional hockey is the icing on any Vegas adventure, in the form of the Vegas Golden Knights. Catch the league’s newest team in action in their state-of-the-art home at T-Mobile Arena.

You’ll find excitement around every turn when NASCAR’s 2018 Pennzoil 400 Weekend Weekend comes to Las Vegas Motor Speedway from March 2-4. The top stock-car drivers on the planet race in Camping World Truck Series, Xfinity Series and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events.


Also from March 2-4, the excitement and drama of USA Sevens Rugby returns to Sam Boyd Stadium, featuring the top 16 International Sevens Rugby teams on the planet.

Professional soccer also has a new home in Las Vegas. The inaugural season for Las Vegas Lights FC of the United Soccer League kicks off in March. The Lights’ home games will be played at Cashman Field, also home of the Las Vegas 51s (the Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets) for the 2018 season, games start in April.

Some of college basketball’s biggest conference tournaments also take place in Las Vegas. The West Coast Conference men’s and women’s championship (March 1-6, Orleans Arena), the Western Athletic Conference men’s and women’s championship (March 7-10, Orleans Arena), the Mountain West Conference men’s and women’s championship (March 7-10, Thomas & Mack Center) and Pac-12 men’s championship (March 7-10, T-Mobile Arena) all take place in Las Vegas.


The World Men’s Curling Championship will be held in the U.S. for the first time in a decade March 31-April 8 when the top 12 nations in the world complete for the title at Orleans Arena.


Even if you can’t make the game, you can catch every big play and be in the center of the action at any of Las Vegas’ spacious sports books. When it comes to live sports, it’s always Game On in Las Vegas!