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Stadium Facts


900 E Randol Mill Rd.
Arlington, TX 76011

Opening Date:

May 27, 2009
August 21, 2009 - First Cowboys game played.


With ticketed areas in the end zone plazas and platforms, capacity can reach over 100,000


There are over 300 suites in eight different locations on five separate levels of the stadium.

Playing Field Surface:

Matrix Synthetic Turf

At 660,800 square feet, the stadium is one of the largest domed structures in the world.

The roof is supported by two 35-foot deep and 15-foot wide boxed arch trusses. The arches are more than twice the length of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

The largest video board in the stadium runs from the 20-yard line to the 20-yard line measuring 160 feet in length and 70 feet in height, making it the largest HDTV video board installation in the world.

Each end zone features a five-leaf clear glass retractable door measuring 120 feet high and 180 feet wide, making it the tallest moveable glass wall in the world.

The main video board weighs 1.2 million pound and the video screen spans 25,670 square feet.

Transportation & Parking

Click and Park is an easy, convenient way for you to reserve a parking space at Super Bowl XLV.

Click and Park is an online reservation tool that assures you a parking space upon arrival, and provides a customized set of directions

North Texas Information

The North Texas area will host its first Super Bowl when Super Bowl XLV will be played at new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington on Feb. 6, 2011. Overall, this will be the third Super Bowl held in the state of Texas, as Houston hosted Super Bowl VIII at Rice Stadium in 1974 and Super Bowl XXXVIII at Reliant Stadium in 2004.



1. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport - 13.3 miles to Cowboys Stadium

2. Dallas Love Field - 21.9 miles to stadium

Seating Information

Future Super Bowl Sites

Super Bowl XLVI

Indianapolis - Lucas Oil Stadium

Super Bowl XLVII

New Orleans - Louisiana Superdome

Super Bowl XLVIII

East Rutherford - New Meadowlands Stadium

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