AT&T Stadium formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, is a retractable covered stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA. It is also the home ground for the Cotton Bowl Classic and Big 12 Championship Game. The Jerry Jones-owned facility can also be used for a variety of other activities such as concerts, basketball, soccer, college and high school rugby tournaments, rodeo and motocross and Spartan racing. Alternative Stadium The partially covered Texas Stadium, which served as the Cowboys’ home ground from 1971 to 2008.

The stadium has a capacity of 80,000 seats, making it the fourth largest stadium in the NFL in terms of capacity. The maximum capacity of a stadium with a standing room is 105,000 people. The spectator record for an NFL match was set in 2009 with a spectator count of 105,121. Party Pass sections are located behind seats in each end zone and on a series of six elevated platforms connected by stairs. The pitch also has the 29th largest high definition video screen in the world.

Originally estimated at $ 650 million, the actual construction costs of the stadium increased to $ 1.15 billion, [20] making the stadium one of the most expensive sports venues ever built. . To assist Cowboys owner and general manager, Jerry Jones, in paying the cost of building the new stadium, Arlington voters have approved an increase in the city’s sales tax to 0.5%, tax hotel use up 2% and car rental tax 5%. The City of Arlington has provided more than $ 325 million (including interest) in bonds as funding, and Jones covers any excess costs.

A pair of arches nearly 300 ft (91 m) high stretched the length of the stadium dome (one of the tallest in the world), anchored to the ground at each end. The new stadium also can offer for audiences more than 3,000 Sony LCD screens throughout luxury suites, franchise zones, meeting rooms, etc. It offers fans viewing options that go beyond the action on the pitch.