Dallas Cowboys Tickets
Dallas Cowboys Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
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Lovingly referred to as "America's Team," the Dallas Cowboys are the sporting pride and joy of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Playing at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, this professional football team in the National Football League (or NFL) play in the NFC East division. Buy cheap Dallas Cowboys tickets and see these athletes, who are no strangers to glory, play in their iconic blue, white and silver.
History of the Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys have witnessed some memorable milestones since the foundation of the club in 1960. In 1961 the Cowboys won their first NFL match, scoring 10 points in the last 56 seconds of the game. Meaning anybody with Dallas Cowboys football tickets was happy this year.
1965 was the year of the first sold-out Dallas Cowboys game, with a crowd of 76,251 people. In 1966, they won the East Conference championship, their first NFL championship, and dominated the Capitol division until 1969. They'd claim the Eastern Division championship for the fifth time in a row in 1970, but despite beating San Francisco for the NFC crown in 1971, Super Bowl glory evaded them in 1970. In 1971, they experienced their first sweet taste of Super Bowl victory against the Miami Dolphins.
1975 marked the tenth winning season for the Dallas Cowboys, while the 1977 Cowboys schedule was especially successful: they won the Super Bowl and the NFC East.
The 1980s brought mixed emotions and results alike. The Cowboys recorded their 100th victory at the Texas Stadium in 1986, but also saw the end of their 20-season winning streak. Then, tragically, the club's founder, Clint Murchiston, Jr. passed away in 1987.
The 1990s brought back true glory for the Dallas Cowboys. They won the Super Bowl in the 1992, 1993 and 1995 seasons. Well into the 2000's, the Dallas Cowboys finished their season strongly in 2007, with their seventh Division title, but lost out to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl playoff.
The Dallas Cowboys stadium
The Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium is located in Arlington, Texas. The venue is the team's third stadium, taking over from the Texas Stadium, which hosted games from 1971 to 2008. As well as hosting the Dallas Cowboys home football matches, the stadium operates as a venue for concerts and other sporting events. The massive screen, which is 72 feet tall by 160 feet wide, is one of the centerpieces of the dome-shaped stadium.
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Did you know these facts about the Dallas Cowboys?
- In 2016, Forbes valued the Dallas Cowboys at $4 billion, which made them the most valuable sports franchise in the world. They are the first non-soccer team to top the Forbes list since it was created in 2010.
- The Cowboys are known as "America's Team" due to their huge support outside of Texas. But did you know that they also hold the record for the most consecutive sold-out home and away games?
- The four-sided screen that hangs in the Cowboys' AT&T Stadium was once in the Guinness Book of Records as the World's Largest High Definition Video Screen.
Cowboys vs Seahawks, Texans, Eagles — the list of rivalries goes on. Here are a few details about some of the most well-known among them, which might help you narrow down your choice of Dallas Cowboys game tickets.
Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Redskins
Cowboys tickets for a game against the Washington Redskins are a must for supporters of either team. The Cowboys first played the Washington Redskins back in 1960, and it has been described as one of the most bitter rivalries of all time in the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys even received a wreath from the Redskins once after losing to them.
If you have Redskins tickets to see them play a game against the Cowboys, you know you're in for a fiercely contested battle. A Cowboys game is among the biggest on the Redskins schedule.
Dallas Cowboys vs Chicago Bears
Perhaps not the biggest rivalry on the Dallas Cowboys roster, yet they're rivals nonetheless. Making a Cowboys vs Bears game an eagerly anticipated fixture on the Dallas Cowboys schedule. Recent games include the 2014 showdown at Soldier Field, Chicago, when the Dallas Cowboys tasted victory with a score of 41-28.
Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants
The feud between the Cowboys and Giants is a classic rivalry that has fans rushing for Dallas Cowboys tickets. The first Cowboys vs Giants game took place in 1960 and ended in a tie. Since then, the two teams have engaged in a struggle for dominance, each one enjoying long spells of victories over the other. But the Dallas Cowboys have a knack of snatching victory and breaking the hearts of the New York Giants and their fans.
You'll see some bone-crunching tackles when the two teams meet. One particularly brutal outcome of the Cowboys-Giants rivalry was the fractured left clavicle the Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo suffered in 2010. The injury ruined the Cowboys' chances of making a playoff run and is still a sore point.
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