AT&T Stadium Is Home To Tons Of Exceptional Experiences In Texas

AT&T Stadium In Texas

The AT&T Stadium was formerly Cowboys Stadium, in Arlington Texas. As most people know is the home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, and the stadium was completed in 2009.


The capacity is 80,000 which is massive, but it can be reconfigured to hold 100,000 making it the largest stadium in the NFL, and in case you didn’t know it has the 31st largest high definition Video Screen. The stadium has a retractable roof designed by structural engineers, and it can be covered to protect it against the weather. It has an amazing football turf field with 26 panels that can be changed to host almost anything.

Including, concerts, soccer and football, track rallies, and monster trucks.

Hall Of Fame

A future hall of fame is planned for a special Hall of Fame level. The stadium was originally planned by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who had the vision to see it as a multi-faceted entertainment venue. Mr. Jones is the fifth richest man in Texas and is very powerful in the NFL.

Commencing The Stadium

Excavation began in 2006, and lots of earth was removed to make way for the stadium. The structural work started in December 2006.

By 2007 the structural work was well underway, and by 2008 the steel arches were being completed. In 2009 Jerry Jones announced that it would be called Cowboys Stadium, but in 2013 Jerry Jones announced that the official name would, change to AT&T Stadium as part of a naming rights deal

Grand Opening

AT&T Stadium was officially opened in 2009, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, including Cowboys players and various media personalities in attendance. The first sporting event was held on July 19, 2009, a football game with a huge crowd present. The rest is history, and the new stadium has since hosted many events.

Take A Glance To This Additional Fascinating Place

1. From AT&T Stadium

Get on I-30 W from N Collins St and I-30 Frontage Rd
6 min (1.8 mi)

Head north
135 ft

Turn left toward N Collins St
167 ft

Turn right onto N Collins St
Pass by Cicis (on the left)
0.9 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto I-30 Frontage Rd
0.5 mi

Use the left lane to take the Interstate 30 W/I-30 W ramp
0.4 mi

Follow I-30 W to S University Dr in Fort Worth. Take exit 12A from I-30 W
14 min (15.1 mi)

Continue on S University Dr to your destination

To The Medlin Law Firm, 1300 S University Dr #318, Fort Worth, TX 76107, United States



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