Cowboys Stadium is the most talked about stadium in all of sports worldwide. Owner Jerry Jones loves to spend money because he always wants the best of the best. This goes for players, coaches and stadiums.
Cowboys Stadium was completed in May of 2009. Only a few months later, it was home to the largest crowd it has received to date, which was 105,121. This was a regular season game against the New York Giants. Many people came to see the game, but others just wanted to see the gargantuan high-definition screen that spans from one 20-yard-line to the other 20-yard-line. Cowboys Stadium was a 1.3 billion project and it shows. The stadium can fit 80,000 people in seats and up to 120,000 when you add standing room. This is by far the largest stadium in the NFL.
While everyone raves about Cowboys Stadium, there was one big disappointment associated with it. In 2010, the Cowboys had a very strong roster and Cowboys Stadium was going to be the home for the Super Bowl. Many people thought they could be the first team to play a home game for the Super Bowl. Instead, they fell flat on their faces.
Cowboys Stadium is also home to many other events, including boxing matches, soccer games, motorcross and soccer.