The Dallas Cowboys play their home games at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Since 2009, Dallas has played its home games at Cowboys Stadium.
Dallas Cowboys play their home games in Texas. Miami Dolphins play their home games in Florida.
The Cowboys Cheerleaders only perform at Dallas Cowboys home games. The only exception is when the Cowboys are a participant in the Super Bowl.
Dallas Cowboys played at the Cotton Bowl from 1960-1970.
The Cowboys play in Arlington, Texas.
The Cotton Bowl, located in downtown Dallas, was the original home of the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 to 1971. Texas Stadium, which was in the suburb of Irving, was where the Cowboys played their home games from 1971 to 2008.
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are more like a dance group than traditional cheerleaders. But you can see them on the sidelines of all Dallas home games at Cowboys Stadium.
Through the 2017 season, the Dallas Cowboys are 30-19-1 in games played on Thanksgiving Day.
Cowboys Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys play their home games, has a retractable roof. So when the roof is not retracted it then becomes like a dome.
The Dallas Cowboys played their home games at the Cotton Bowl from 1960 until part of the 1971 season.
The Cotton Bowl.
They play in the state of Texas.
The Dallas Cowboys traditonally wear white jerseys on the road unless the home team decides to wear white.
The Cowboys have always been in the Dallas area since they joined the National Football League as an expansion team in 1960. They have played their home games in Dallas (the Cotton Bowl), Irving (Texas Stadium) and Arlington (Cowboys Stadium).
The Cowboys played at the Cotton Bowl from 1960 through part of the 1971 season.
Cowboys Stadium, which is the new home field of the Dallas Cowboys, is in Arlington, Texas.
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders don't have captains. But each of the four groups that perform on the sidelines during Cowboys home games at AT&T Stadium is led by a group leader and an assistant group leader.
The Cowboys' home games are either at noon or 3:25 p.m. Central Time. The times of their road games and prime-time contests can vary.
AnswerThe Dallas Cowboys played their home games during that time in the Cotton Bowl. They moved to Texas Stadium for the 1971 season.
Since Cowboys Stadium -- now AT&T Stadium -- opened in 2009, Dallas' home record is 10-8 in preseason play, 37-35 in regular-season games and 2-1 in the postseason.
Since Cowboys Stadium -- now AT&T Stadium -- opened in 2009, the Dallas' home record is 10-8 in preseason play, 35-30 in regular-season games and 2-1 in the postseason.