Dallas Cowboys News
This season the Dallas Cowboys will play regular season home games versus the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers and Green Bay Packers. Away games include New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders and Atlanta Falcons.
Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Seating Chart
The atmosphere at an NFL game is unlike anything else in all of professional sports. Because pro football has grown to such enormous popularity, the experience of being in an NFL stadium watching two elite teams battle it out on the field is something you’ll always remember. One of the sports most beloved franchises is the Dallas Cowboys. Fittingly, the team plays its home games at one of the most renowned stadium in the world: AT&T Stadium. This remarkable structure was unlike anything else when it opened in 2009. You can learn more about attending a Cowboys game here by checking out the Dallas Cowboys - AT&T Stadium Seating and Information Guide.
The Cowboys were born in 1960. With 22 division titles, 10 conference championships and five Super Bowl crowns, the Cowboys are one of the NFL’s most successful franchises. The team has also made the playoffs 32 times, the last being just a season ago when it finished with the best record in the NFC. However, Dallas was upset by Green Bay in the division round.
The Cowboys have always boasted a loyal fan base. The team played at the Cotton Bowl during its early years until 1971. Then, the club played at the iconic Texas Stadium for the next 37 years. In 2004, team owner Jerry Jones announced plans to build the stadium. It broke ground Sept. 20, 2005 and opened May 27, 2009. Ordinarily, the stadium seats 80,000, though it is capable of holding much more. On Sept. 21, 2009 more than 105,000 fans watched the Cowboys take on the Giants.
The stadium cost $1.3 billion to construct, making it one of the most expensive sports venues in the world. Not only does it serve as the Cowboys’ home, but it has also hosted college football games, the 2010 NBA All-Start game, Professional wrestling and boxing matches.