AT&T Stadium, opened in 2009 as home to the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, is located in Arlington, Texas – approximately halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth. In addition to being home to the NFL team, the venue has hosted the Cotton Bowl Classic every year since 2010. The 2013 NCAA South Regional was also played at the stadium, along with the Big 12 Football Championship Game in 2009 and 2010 plus selected regular-season college football and basketball contests. On the professional level, AT&T Stadium has hosted Super Bowl XLV and the 2010 NBA All-Star Game.
At the time it opened, the venue was home to the world’s largest high-definition video display, with a screen that extends from 20-yard line to 20-yard line on the football field. It is the world’s largest column-free interior stadium and has the largest domed roof in the world (660,800 square feet). The Statue of Liberty could stand on the star in the middle of the football field and the roof could close and never touch her flame.
AT&T Stadium will host the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2014. Click here for more details.
TRANSPORTATION & PARKING
The Cowboys have created a transportation and parking plan designed to keep the traffic moving, make it easy to park, and ensure safety as fans make their way into the stadium.
While traveling to and from games, all drivers are encouraged to follow the directions of traffic police.