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It will be just the fourth all-time meeting ever between the in-state rivals when the Dallas Cowboys host the Houston Texans at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Oct. 5. The two previously faced off in 2002, 2006, and 2010, though this will be the first time the Texans have competed at the Cowboys' newest venue, which opened in 2009. Dallas will be looking to snap a two-game skid versus Houston.
AT&T Stadium Seating Information
Get better acquainted with the layout of AT&T Stadium by looking over the venue's seating map for the Cowboys-Texans game. Each respective level of seating is divided up by name beginning with the Field and Touchdown Suites located directly in front of Hall of Fame (118-129, 101-103, 142-150) and Club Hall of Fame (106-115, 132-139). Above this is the Main (215-230, 205-240) and Club Main (206-214, 231-239), Mezzanine (317-330, 305-341), Club Mezzanine (307-314, 332-339), Ring of Honor Suites (extending across the width of each sideline), and lastly, the Upper Reserved at the very top comprised of Sections 401-424, 431-454, and near the end zones, 425-430 and 455-460.
AT&T Stadium General Information
Be advised of prohibited items at AT&T Stadium such as video cameras, professional cameras, bottles, cans, outside food and drink, umbrellas, or footballs. In accordance with NFL regulations, you may not bring any container, purse, or bag larger than a small clutch to the Cowboys vs Texans game. You may bring one clear vinyl or PVC tote and a one-gallon plastic bag. Smoking is prohibited throughout the stadium, but designated smoking areas are available in plazas outside of the venue.
AT&T Stadium Parking Information
AT&T Stadium offers sufficient parking in a variety of numbered and lettered lots on site, as well as at the nearby Globe Life Park in Arlington, which is the home of the Texas Rangers. Passes may be purchased in advance from the marketplace while supplies last. Bus parking and oversized vehicle parking also is available but be sure to utilize staff and signs to directing traffic to the appropriate lots.
AT&T Stadium Gate Times
AT&T Stadium gates usually open two hours before the start of Dallas Cowboys games, but this is subject to change for the Oct. 5 matchup with the Texans.