|Location||Arlington, United States of America|
|Venue Type||Both Indoor & Outdoor|
|Capacity||Football:105,121; Basketball:108,713; Boxing: 51,420; Professional Wrestling: 101,763|
|Surface Type||Artificial Turf|
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 the home 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.