Texas is where you can enjoy all the fun of football in America.
Darrell K Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium
The Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium impresses with its size and historical relevance. On the University of Texas campus and home to UT Longhorns, the stadium is currently in operation during the year 92nd. You will find a part of the past in every nook and cranny. Although it was built in 1924, the recent renovations have left the same base as the new but did not change the original structure too much.
The Cotton Bowl in Dallas is home to many events, including the Texas State Fair, and even hosts a one-year FIFA World Cup. It used to be home to the Cotton Bowl Classic, the various Dallas teams and the Dallas Cowboys at one point in time. In the 1940s, the seating capacity was about 67,000, but after many renovations this figure was 96006.
The largest soccer stadium in Texas is the Kyle Field, home to the Aggie football team. It has a capacity of 102,733. The football field is named after Edwin Jackson Kyle, Texas A&M agricultural chief and sports council president. You can expect a full stadium when the Aggies are playing at home, and the fans are loud but will greet you with smiling faces. If you’re going to Texas to experience football, head over to College Station for a once-in-a-lifetime exploration at Kyle Field.
AT&T is the home ground for Cowboys Dallas. Sometimes you will hear locals call Jerry’s World Stadium because the football team owner is Jerry Jones. The maximum capacity of AT&T is about 105,000.
NRG Houston Stadium
NRG Stadium Houston is the home ground for the Houston Texans football team. With a space of 1.4 million square feet, this venue not only hosts soccer matches but also features events like the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and concerts with big stars. With so many events going on, you’ll find a reason to visit this stadium.