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Carrying Capacity of Cowboys Stadium: Worlds Largest Dome

Updated on November 12, 2014

Carrying Capacity of Cowboys Stadium: Worlds Largest Dome

They say everything is big in Texas, one proof is this -- the Cowboys Stadium

This place is seven minutes away from my location and I visited it twice already.

The "Cowboys Stadium" ---- Home of the National Football Leagues' Dallas Cowboys and it will host the 2011 Superbowl


Location -- Arlington, Texas, USA -- ten minutes away from Dallas

May 13, 2009: Jerry Jones announced the official name of the new venue as “Cowboys Stadium". The conceptualization started way back in 1994 when Jerry Jones want to create a doomed stadium which could entertain another 40, 000 seats to the old stadium which has the capacity of 60,000

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Cowboys Stadium at Arlington, Texas - Worlds Largest Sports Arena

  • It is the largest dome stadium with retractable roof in the world with the capacity of 80,000 and can be expanded to 110, 000 with the use of standing areas. It can also be used for other purposes like concerts, religious ceremonies, basketball games, college football and high school football contests, soccer matches, races and rodeos.
  • The stadium boasts of a HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION screen with the size of 160-by-72-foot (49 by 22 m), 11,520-square-foot (1,070 m2), which is located on the center part of the dome. It is the largest in the world.
  • Construction cost is 1.15 B USD (Jerry Jones -- the owner, plus the government of Arlington, TX, shared the money used in building it)
  • Date of completion : May 27, 2009, and the Cowboys played their first pre-season home game on August 21 and their first regular-season home game on Sunday, September 20.
  • The Pricing maps are different of course for reserved tickets, founders pricing, club level pricing, reserved seat and loge pricing. The fees for premium parking at Dallas Cowboys games are estimated at $75 per game, based on season ticket holder parking charges and the fees to park at major concerts and other sporting events will be nearly $40 per space at the new stadium. (Call 817-892-4400 for reservations)
  • Tours are available from Monday to Sunday and subject to availability (Monday to Saturday (10:00 to 6:00 p.m.) and on Sundays, 12:00-5:00 p. m. Booking for tours --817-892-8688.
  • Cowboys Stadium tours allow fans to get behind-the-scenes access to several areas including Cowboys Locker Room, Cheerleaders Locker Room, Playing Field, Private Club, Player Interview Room and other access to be determined. All tour destinations are subject to availability and might not be available on the date of your tour.
  • The Pro Shop is Open Monday - Saturday 9am - 6pm and Sundays from 11am - 5pm. Tours last one hour to one hour and 15 minutes. Tours depart from the Pro Shop, located off the 365 Entrance at Entry A, Gate 1
  • It is also disabled friendly

For more information :

Tours --- watch the video here too --- Click here


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