Like the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the AT&T Stadium, previously known as the Cowboys Stadium, also features a retractable roof setting—but with the addition of a climate-controlled interior, gigantic HD video boards, and a horseshoe-shaped appearance. The brainchild of the size and architectural design of the AT&T Stadium is the American businessman and Cowboy’s owner, Jerry Jones. Hence, it is sometimes referred to as “Jerry World”, “Cowboys Cathedral”, or “Jerrasic Park”.
The AT&T Stadium is parked in Arlington, Texas and was opened on 2009 to replace the partially covered Texas Stadium, the former home of the Dallas Cowboys from 1971 to 2008. Continuing today, the AT&T Stadium hosted the Super Bowl XLV in 2010 and, of course, all the home games of the Cowboys. But it can also be used for several indoor and outdoor activities such as concerts, basketball games, college and high school football contests, soccer matches, rodeos, and Spartan races.
Home Team: Dallas Cowboys