About this place
AT&T Stadium is a stadium located in Arlington, Texas. AT&T Stadium currently houses the Dallas Cowboys. The stadium was built to replace the aging Texas Stadium and opened as Cowboys Stadium on May 27, 2009 with the construction taking just over a three and a half years at a cost of just over $1.3 billion. In 2013 AT&T signed a naming rights deal worth upwards of $20 million per year.
The Dallas Cowboys are five time Super Bowl Champions and are members of the East Division of the National Football Conference within the NFL. They are known by their team colors consisting of dark blue, silver and white. The current owner of the Dallas Cowboys is Jerry Jones.
The stadium currently holds 80,000 fans. There are five different luxury suites classifications and four classifications for club level seats. Currently, it was the fourth largest stadium in the NFL.
AT&T Stadium is also a great venue for concerts and has hosted such musicians as The Jonas Brothers, Paul McCartney and Reba McEntire. The stadium also is home to the NCAA Cotton Bowl Classic and Cowboys Classic.
The majority of tickets for Cowboys’ games are sold out and there is an extensive waitlist for season tickets. However, Cowboys’ fans can periodically check Ticketmaster.com in case visiting team returns tickets.