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The Official Home Of The Dallas Cowboys

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Home of the "Dallas Cowboys". When it comes to football, Texas has some great teams. The Dallas Cowboys with 5 Super Bowl wins is a big attraction for football fans in the local area. At the link below you can learn all about the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and everything related to the Dallas Cowboys.
The AT&T stadium where the Cowboys play their homes games is located close to Six Flags Amusement Park and a short drive to Texas Motor Speedway. No matter what your interests are in sports, the area is full of sporting events all year round. 


Sports - North Dallas

Whether you are a Texas native or just stopping for a visit, the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is definitely a place to go if you are a baseball fan. Just a half hour drive from Dallas, the ballpark in Arlington, with over 48,000 seats, is one of the biggest attractions in Arlington. Go for a game or take a tour of the park and don’t forget to take a picture with the statues of Tom Vandergriff and Nolan Ryan. Go Rangers!

Can’t wait to see your next basketball game? Visit the American Airlines Center to see our beloved Dallas Mavericks, one of the best teams in the NBA, play their hearts out!

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Hockey fan? Come see the Dallas Stars play at the Dallas Stars Hockey Club!

As the home stadium for FC Dallas, Toyota Stadium and Soccer Center is the place to go to see sports events ranging from High School football games, soccer games, and sports tournaments. 

If you’re in Frisco, you have to visit the Dr. Pepper Ballpark and cheer on the Frisco Rough Riders. named the Dr. Pepper Ballpark the best new ballpark in 2003, and in 2009 was named the 5th best ballpark in the Minor Leagues.

Can’t get enough sports? Check out these other venues to find the best places to watch (and play) your favorite sports in Dallas:

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