Play Portland Texas

The safety of our staff, players, and visitors is our top priority! The City of Portland & Play Portland Texas follow all Federal, State and Local mandates. In addition to the mandates, the City of Portland & Play Portland Texas has implemented additional health safety protocols for all Play Portland Texas facilities. 

Please review all rules & COVID-19 health safety protocols with your coaches, team members, and spectators before visiting any of the facilities

  • Social distancing is required- All visitors must maintain at least 6ft from others not of the same household at all times 
    • Please see the Map of Fields for the seating arrangements (extended dugouts & spectator areas)
    • Visitors must bring their own chairs since the stands are used as an extended dugout for the players
    • Tent usage should be restricted to family members only - Refrain from inviting others not of the same household into your tent 
    • Please review the processes for warming up, when spectators may enter the facility, & process for exiting the facility: Return to Play Portland (pages 4-5)  
  • Face coverings are requiredto enter the facilities & when social distancing from others not of the same household is not achievable 
    • Players may remove their face coverings while they are playing on the field, but must place their face covering back on when they exit the field 
  • No loitering in the facilities - Once the game has concluded, all spectators, team members, and coaches must place their face covering back on and exit the facility

For a more in-depth review of all facility rules & Frequently Asked Questions for health safety protocols, click here: Return to Play Portland Texas, updated July 2

Please review the maps for the various facilities for seating arrangements, entry and exit points before visiting, as well:
Maps of Fields - Entrances, Exits, & Seating areas

Also, please observe all signs at the facilities.
We all must do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19!

For more information on the reopening of all City of Portland facilities, health safety standards, and rules, please visit

For up-to-date COVID-19 information and case counts, please visit


It’s called the land of possibilities. And for young athletes, it just might be.

At Portland’s two new sports venues, Municipal Park and the Sports Complex, athletes play on all-synthetic turf fields suitable for all types of sports—from baseball and softball to soccer and football.


The 21-acre Municipal Park includes five baseball fields, which are also suitable for softball and soccer, a covered playground with splash pad, a covered basketball court, a walking/jogging track and covered fitness station, concession areas, and shade structure The fields have dugouts, covered spectator seating, dual-lane batting cages and scoreboards. Get the details.


The 38-acre Sports Complex has four softball fields that are also suitable for baseball and soccer; a youth football field, that is suitable for a UIL (University Interscholastic League) soccer field; a multi-purpose turf field; concession areas; and a playground with splash pad. The artificial turf fields also feature sports lighting, covered spectator seating, scoreboards, dual-lane batting cages, and dugouts. Get the details.

Play Portland Texas - Sports

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    Jonathan Besinaiz
    Sports Director

    Staff Listing

    2000 Billy G. Webb Dr.
    Portland, Texas  78374

    8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.