One of the most expansive stadiums to have ever been built, AT&T Stadium is a modern marvel located west of Dallas in the city of Arlington. It also happens to be one of the largest domed structures in the world. This $1.2 billion football stadium spared no expense to create a luxurious facility. With more than 300 suites, numerous different clubs, a retractable roof that can open and close in 12 minutes, the tallest movable glass in the world, and one of the world's largest scoreboards, this facility is unrivaled by any current stadium. The scoreboard suspends 90 feet over the field and stretches from one 20 yard line to the other. It features four video boards that face in each direction so everyone in the stadium has an easy view of the giant 1080i HD screens. More than just a football stadium, AT&T Stadium is capable of changing surfaces to host a variety of events. With 22 flexible vent locations, the Stadium is also an ideal place to host meetings and other gatherings. It is of little surprise that this venue has already hosted such events as the 2011 Super Bowl, the 2014 NCAA Men's Final Four, the 2015 College Football National Championship, the annual Cotton Bowl, the 2010 NBA All Star Game, the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards and WrestleMania in 2016.
12000 Number of Parking
80000 Maximum Seating
98210 Multiuse Sq Footage
2009 Year Built
- Four Board Mitsubishi Cluster Center
- 1080i HD Video Boards (72ft x 160ft)
- Two boards facing end zone (53ft x 30 ft)