The Dallas Cowboys are one of the most loved / hated teams in the NFL. They have a tough-but-smart owner in Jerry Jones. They have die-hard fans. They have the prettiest and most well-known cheerleaders in the league. What they don't have is a name for their billion-dollar stadium. For now it's just "Cowboys Stadium." What they're hoping for is another Super Bowl victory. Will this be the year?
The Dallas Cowboys have always been the team-to-beat in the NFC East.
Head Coach: Jason Garrett.
Cowboys Stadium cost over a billion dollars to construct and it served as the host venue to Super Bowl XLV. 2009 was the inaugural season for the new stadium. To date, the right corporate sponsorship deal hasn't been made -- so naming rights are still up for grabs. There are more than 300 Luxury Suites at Cowboys Stadium.
Address: One Legends Way, Arlington, TX 76011. (Yeah, it used to be 900 E. Randol Mill Road).
Will Call: Will Call is available at Cowboys Stadium Ticket Office locations at Entry A on the northeast side of the stadium and at Entry F on the southwest side of the stadium. Will Call ticket windows open three (3) hours prior to most events.
In his first year of eligibility, running back Emmitt Smith was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 7, 2010.
For more information on positions, years played and year inducted.
Here are some important timelines, facts, and records held by various Dallas Cowboys since the team was first organized.
Dallas Cowboys Appearing in 2011 Pro Bowl
Five Dallas Cowboys were selected for the Pro Bowl. The game is played at the Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii on January 30, 2011.
Tight end Jason Witten, center Andre Gurode, outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware, nose tackle Jay Ratliff and punter Mat McBriar were all named starters on the NFC team.
The game will be aired on FOX.
Super Bowl Appearances
The Dallas Cowboys appeared in 8 Super Bowls and Won 5 Championship Titles.
Dallas Cowboy Super Bowl Appearances:
V – Baltimore 16, Dallas 13
VI – Dallas 24, Miami 3
X – Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17
XII – Dallas 27, Denver 10
XIII – Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31
XXVII – Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
XXVIII – Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
XXX – Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
Cowboys Stadium will serve as host for Super Bowl XLV on Sunday, February 6, 2011. Unfortunately the Dallas Cowboys are not a contender for the hometown sporting event.
Important Policies in Cowboys StadiumCameras: Yes you can bring a camera to Cowboys Stadium. Digital cameras, cell phones or cameras with a lens 3 inches or less are allowed.
Banners or Signs: Signs must be handheld, event-related, in good taste and cannot obstruct another guest's view. They may not contain commercial messages, logos or political endorsements.