Everything is bigger in Texas.
Including the reach of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, which has expanded to Frisco, Texas, the new site of the World Headquarters for the team.
To make this new multi-use facility a reality, Jones has partnered with the city of Frisco and Frisco Independent School District. Between the city and the school district (49,000+ students), $115 million will be put toward the facility. Anything above that number will be picked up by the Dallas Cowboys.
The facility will have a 12,000 seat stadium for use by the seven local high schools in the Frisco ISD, two more outdoor practice fields, office and retail space. According to Jones, the scope for the project has grown two and a half to three times beyond what they originally planned out. So more features aren’t out of the question.
Check out the Dallas Morning News for the more renderings of the future world headquarters for the Dallas Cowboys.