Football:105,121; Basketball:108,713; Boxing: 51,420; Professional Wrestling: 101,763
The Guinness Book of World Records awarded certificates to the Chairman of Mitsubishi Electric and the Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for the Largest High-Definition Video Display in the world. This award was presented for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Carolina Panthers game, held in the stadium on 28th September 2009.
Jerry Jones gave the naming rights to AT&T Inc. on 25th July 2013. The contract was worth $17–19 million per year. It has been known as the AT&T Stadium ever since.
The AT&T Stadium is situated in Arlington, Texas, United States. This magnificent stadium with a retractable roof was opened on 27th May 2009. It is also known as the Cowboys Stadium,being thehome of the Dallas Cowboys, a team of the National Football League (NFL). An estimated amount of $1.3 billion was spent on the construction of this stadium, specifically designed by the architect firm HKS, Inc. This stadium is also referred as the "Jerry World" after Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys. The Dallas Cowboys have been the tenants of the stadium since its inception. The Cotton Bowl Classic is hosted by the stadium since 2010. The AT&T Stadium is also termed as the "The Death Star" by DFW sports fans.
The 2014 NCAA Men's Final Four tournament was held at the AT&T Stadium.
The stadium witnessed the 2010 NBA All-Star game with a record attendance of 108,713 spectators.
The memorable boxing match between Canelo and Smith was held in this stadium on 17th September 2016.
The WWE WrestleMania 32 was also hosted by the stadium on 3rd April 2016.
The stadium hosted a nail biting match between Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants on 21st September 2009.
Paul McCartney ended his Summer Live '09 tour with a performance at the AT&T Stadium on 19th August 2009.
The 2010 NFL Season Super Bowl (Super Bowl XLV) was held at the AT&T Stadium on 6th February 2011.