AT&T Stadium
JerryWorld, the Death Star, The Palace in Dallas, Cowboys Cathedral
Cowboys Stadium field
Former name(s) Cowboys Stadium (2009–2013)
Owners City of Arlington
Location Arlington, Texas
Broke ground September 20, 2005
Opened May 27, 2009
Tenants Dallas Cowboys (NFL) (2009–present)
Cotton Bowl Classic (NCAA) (2010–present)
Capacity 80,000
Surface Hellas Matrix Turf with Helix artificial turf

AT&T Stadium, formerly Cowboys Stadium, is a retractable roof stadium in Arlington, Texas, United States. It serves as the home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL) and was completed on May 27, 2009. It is also the home of the Cotton Bowl Classic. The facility, owned by the city of Arlington, can also be used for a variety of other activities such as concerts, basketball games, college and high school football contests, soccer matches, rodeos and motocross and Spartan races. It replaced the partially covered Texas Stadium, which served as the Cowboys' home from 1971 through the 2008 season.

External links

  • [ Official website]

Template:2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup venues

2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums

AT&T Stadium (Arlington) · BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston) · CenturyLink Field (Seattle) · Georgia Dome (Atlanta) · Sun Life Stadium (Florida) · Jeld-Wen Field (Portland) · M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore) · Red Bull Arena (New Jersey) · Rentschler Field (Connecticut) · Rio Tinto Stadium (Salt Lake City) · Rose Bowl (Pasadena) · Soldier Field (Chicago) · Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver)

2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums

AT&T Stadium · Alamodome · BBVA Compass Stadium · FirstEnergy Stadium · Lincoln Financial Field · Levi's Stadium · Nissan Stadium · Qualcomm Stadium · Raymond James Stadium · Red Bull Arena · Rose Bowl · Sports Authority Field · Toyota Stadium · University of Phoenix Stadium

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