The Dallas Cowboys followed the everything’s bigger in Texas rule when they built AT&T Stadium in 2009: the venue’s 80,000 seats can reconfigured to fit 100,000, making it the largest capacity stadium in the NFL. Nicknamed “Jerry World” after owner Jerry Jones, it’s loaded with humongous screens, filled to the brim with cutting edge tech, and topped by a retractable roof that slides on or off depending on the weather.
Say what you want about the Cowboys’ football skills- there’s no doubt that they put on a good show. If the NFL isn’t your cup of tea, keep your eyes on the events calendar: AT&T Stadium plays host to a wide variety of special events, from food festivals to international concert tours.
The stadium is technically in Arlington, located halfway between Dallas and Fort-Worth, but the three cities are often considered part of one single area called the Metroplex.