Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was hoping that his own team would be able to play in the Super Bowl that they are going to host this season. After all, it would be a perfect storybook ending.
But those who have checked the Super Bowl odds recently – or anywhere else – know that the Cowboys won’t be there.
Nonetheless, the new Cowboys Stadium is a environment fit for kings, which is why Super Bowl 45 should be a blast at the new digs.
The 80,000-seat venue will be filled to capacity on February 6th, 2011. But keep in mind that there are 30,000 more spots in either standing rooms or party rooms.
It’s the largest domed stadium in the world and every single one of the fans there – especially the ones sitting further up – will appreciate the world biggest high definition screen. It stretches in between the 20-yard lines, so it’s virtually impossible to miss a play. As a matter of fact, the Guinness World Book of Records visited to measure and in fact put them in the record books as World’s Largest High-Definition Video Display.
So how much does it cost to build such a modern marvel as this? Originally, it was projected at $650 million but the final costs rang up a cool total of $1.15 billion.
In early February 2011, we may not see the Cowboys playing there but Super Bowl 45 should be quite the spectacle in one of the most marvelous stadiums of our time.