AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas (Home Of The Dallas Cowboys)

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas is one of the most costly venues ever built, with construction costing $1.2 billion. Home to the Dallas Cowboys, it opened in 2009 and features a retractable roof. 

AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas (Home Of The Dallas Cowboys)

It is also commonly known as Jerry World, after the Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who had visions of it being an entertainment center. 

Two 300 foot steel arches span the stadium dome, and there are high levels of detail and luxury everywhere.

There are 3000 LCD displays around the stadium, meaning you can watch the game from anywhere including the concessions, concourses and the luxury suites.

The stadium is home to one of the largest HD video display boards in the world. 

Formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, the stadium took four years to build. The  funding was helped by the city of Arlington raising taxes, a loan from the NFL and the Cowboy’s owner, Jerry Jones. 

In 2013 the naming rights of the stadium were granted to AT&T, in a sponsorship deal which would bring in $17-$19 million per year. 

How Many Seats Are In AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium has 80,000 seats, but can accommodate up to 100,000 with extra capacity. This makes it the largest stadium in the NFL for seating capacity. In 2009 a record attendance of 105,121 people attended a regular season game in the stadium. 

The Party Pass sections are open areas in each end zone which allow extra room for attendees. They are on six elevated platforms which are connected by stairways. 

There are 15,000 club seats throughout the stadium. Holders of Club Seat tickets can access the Club area and all general areas. They do not have access to the other Club areas or Suites unless they have tickets for them.

A total of ten Clubs offer full service bars, special concession stands and merchandise shops. The Clubs stay open for approximately an hour after the end of an event. 

The stadium offers more than 300 luxury suites. The different types of suites are, at field level, the Field Suites and Touchdown Suites. At the Hall of Fame Level, the Hall of Fame Suites, Legends Club Suites and the Owners Club Suites. 

The other suites are the Ring of Honor Suite Level, Star Suite Level and the Silver Suite Level. 

Directions – How To Get To AT&T Stadium

If you are going to the stadium for the first time, the address to use for driving directions is One AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011. 

Coming from the direction of Dallas

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  • Take Interstate 30 West
  • Exit on Ballpark Way and stay right at the end of the ramp.
  • Turn right at Ballpark Way.
  • Turn right at Randol Mill Road.
  • Take a left at the traffic signal at Cedarland Plaza. 

Coming from Fort Worth;

  • Take Interstate 30 East
  • Exit on Collins Street. Take a right on Collins Street at the end of the ramp.
  • Turn left at Randol Mill Road.
  • Take a right at the traffic signal at Cedarland Plaza. 

Coming from Dallas Fort Worth Airport & the Grapevine Area;

  • Take Highway 360 South
  • Exit on Division Street. Stay right at the end of the ramp to Division Street going west.
  • Turn right on AT&T Way.
  • Turn left at Randol Mill Road.
  • Take a left at the traffic signal at Cedarland Plaza. 

There is no direct access to the stadium via public transportation, but you can take a train from Ebj Union Station to Centreport Station and then take a taxi to the stadium. 

Where To Park Near AT&T Stadium

There are 15 parking lots at AT&T Stadium, accommodating 12,000 parking spaces. The lots are typically open 5 hours prior to the beginning of a game. 

There are also another 12,000 parking spaces in the Texas Rangers Ballpark that are made available on the day of an event or game. 

Accessible parking spaces are provided on a first come, first served basis. Any vehicle using accessible parking will need a valid parking pass as well as a state issued license plate or placard. 

There are mobility assistance shuttle carts available to take guests with limited mobility and disabilities from the parking lots to the stadium and after events. Accessibility shuttle tents are positioned close to Entries A, D, J and G. 

Season parking passes mean that you will use a designated parking lot and the pass will only be valid in that lot.  

Bus parking is limited to a part of Lot 15 while RVs and other oversized vehicles are allocated a part of Lot 14.

Limousine drop off is available in Lot 1 and Lot 6 and parking for limousines is on Cowboys Way and Randol Mill Road. 

Tailgating is permitted only in tailgating designated areas. These spaces are in Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. 

Other AT&T Stadium Frequently Asked Questions

Which NFL Team Plays At AT&T Stadium?

AT&T Stadium is home to the Dallas Cowboys and was originally called Cowboys Stadium following its opening in 2009. The stadium was renamed in 2013. 

They have won five Super Bowl championships as well as ten league championships, and they have twenty-two Hall of Famers. 

Where Was The Old Dallas Cowboys Stadium?

Prior to the opening of AT&T Stadium, the Cowboy’s home was Texas Stadium from 1971-2008. It was located in Irving, Texas, which is a suburb west of Dallas 

The stadium was famous for the hole in its roof, the result of abandoned plans for a retractable roof. The Cowboys won 213 of 313 games during the 38 seasons that they spent in Texas Stadium. 

Does The City Of Arlington Own AT&T Stadium?

The city of Arlington owns the AT&T Stadium and the owner Jerry Jones pays $2 million a year rent as well as $500,000 a year from the naming rights deal with AT&T.

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