History of Cowboys Home Stadium : AT&T Stadium
Dallas Cowboys Home Stadium’s another name is AT&T Stadium. The stadium with retractable roof located in Arlington, Texas, United States. The stadium is named after the professional American Football team known as Dallas Cowboys History. The stadiums have the capacity of 1, 01,000 seats. It serves as a home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL) from the 2008 season.
The foundation of the Stadium was laid down in 1971. The work of Construction finished on 27 May, 2009. Variety of activities take place in this stadium such as basketball games, concerts, soccer matches, high school and college football contests as well as Spartan and motocross races. The founder and the owner of the Dallas Cowboys was Jerry Jones. He has originally envisioned this stadium as a large entertainment Mecca. From its largest seating capacity, it is the fifth largest stadium in the NFL.
Founding History of Cowboys Home Stadium
It is the Stadium that replaces the open air Texas Stadium. The stadium ranked under the largest domed stadiums. It is having largest column free interior in the whole world. It can be said that the Dallas cowboys have recorded a legendary history with the opening of AT&T Stadium in 2009.
Dallas Cowboys have played for 30 years and more at the Texas Stadium in football. But later on, they decided to play in new football stadium for the purpose of increase in revenue. At the same time, the founder of the Stadium, Jerry Jones, also started looking for the possibility of expansion and substitution of Texas Stadium. Thus, Jones started exploring the new sites for the construction of new stadium. It took approximately a decade for them to find a suitable place for stadium and finally they approved the site location near Globe Life Park known as home of Texas Rangers.
Now another dilemma the team of construction faced was for the finance of $1.15 billion. But this issue was also resolved when the voters of Arlington approved the $325 (Wiki)million bond in November, 2004 that raised the sales tax by half percent, car rental tax by 5 percent and hotel occupancy tax by 2 percent. NFL has also made their contribution of $150 million. The Cowboys paid the remaining amount. For building the NFL stadium distinctly, the team of officials traveled over the countries and observed many stadiums designed and developed greatly. The team had a motive to construct most recognizable stadium among all other stadiums.
Super Bowls at : AT&T Stadium
The Dallas Cowboys hosted the championship game-Super Bowl XLV in AT &T Stadium, when Green Bay packers defeated Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011. Troy Aikman-Super Bowl XXVII is the second quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys in which they have defeated the Buffalo Bills and recorded their victory against them.
Dallas Cowboys have no good experience in their Home Stadium. Even recently, they have lost 4 regular matches and won’t be able to gain much advantage in their home field. In fact, Dallas Cowboys have recorded their continuous victory in the first 6 years outside the home country.
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