The city of Frisco was selected #1 on the list “50 Best Places to Live in America" by Money magazine in 2018.
Frisco is home to several professional sports franchises, including the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys and The Ford Star Cowboys practice facility.
The FC Dallas professional soccer team and the National Soccer Hall of Fame are home to Frisco, TX.
The Frisco Rough Riders Class AA Texas Rangers minor league baseball team and the Texas Legends basketball developmental minor league of the Dallas Mavericks also call Frisco home.
Frisco, TX is a rapidly growing suburban community north of Dallas, TX situated in Collin and Denton counties.
The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington (DFWA) metropolitan area (4th largest in the country) has some of the most rapidly growing counties in the state and the nation.
With the rapid growth of Frisco and nearby cities, the Frisco Alumni chapter was chartered to provide a fraternal home for the growing number of brothers living in the area and relocating to Frisco each year.
For more information about the City of Frisco and the Greater Dallas-Forth Worth Area, visit the links below.
I want to leave my mark on society.
Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway, Kappa Alpha Psi