Dallas Cowboys Stadium
Cowboys Stadium, the largest professional sports venue in the world, opened to grand fanfare in June 2009 with a headline performance by decorated country music star and Texas native George Strait. Cowboys Stadium replaces Texas Stadium as the home of the Dallas Cowboys football team. Located in Arlington, Texas, Cowboys Stadium is conveniently located close to La Quinta Grand Prairie hotel.
Hotels near Cowboys Stadium
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Cowboys Stadium Facts.
As the world’s largest sports stadium, Cowboys Stadium boasts an impressive list of architectural facts and figures. Dallas Stadium boasts a seating capacity of roughly 100,000 and nearly 3-million square feet of space. Like the former Texas Stadium, Cowboys Stadium features a retractable roof to accommodate all weather conditions. Gigantic video boards hang above the football field for optimum game action viewing. The sideline boards span 72 feet tall and 160 feet wide. Video board facing the end zones measure 27 feet tall, 48 feet wide. Cowboys Stadium also features extensive concession areas, luxury boxes, plazas for special events, and a pro shop.
Dallas Cowboys Football.
One of the most watched football teams in the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys are a legacy in American football history. Since its inception in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys team has won five Super Bowl titles in addition to countless other high profile titles.
As famous as the footballs players themselves, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders command an energetic presence on game day.
Cowboys Stadium Events.
In addition to exciting Dallas Cowboys football games, Cowboys Stadium is slated to host a variety of headline events. Upcoming events include the NFL Superbowl in February 2011, world-class concerts by such artists as Paul McCartney and U2, and major college football games such as TCU vs Oregan St (09/4/10) and Texas A&M vs Arkansas (10/9/10). Cowboys Stadium is also available for private functions accommodating up to 4,000 guests.