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Don't miss the action at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington as the New Year's Six vs. top Group of Five champion competes in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl game.
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In Arlington, the Cotton Bowl game is played at AT&T Stadium, formerly Cowboys Stadium. The 105,000-capacity multi-purpose retractable roof stadium in Arlington, Texas, at 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011. (Directions.)
The AT&T Stadium is the home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys franchise. The stadium also hosts the Big 12 Championship football game.
If you’re looking to tailgate for the Cotton Bowl in the lots, arrive early. Arrive at AT&T Stadium at least an hour before the gates open to ensure you’ll be able to snag some tailgate grass for your group.
Tailgating is only permitted in the grass areas on the perimeter of the stadium parking lots. The maximum area that any single tailgate space may occupy is 9 feet wide and 12 feet deep.
On game day, there's no better way to get fired up for the Cotton Bowl Classic than the Goodyear Huddle Up Fan Fest. The Huddle Up Fan Fest begins three hours before the game on the AT&T Stadium plazas and has something for everyone.
Enjoy interactive exhibits and games, food and drinks from various vendors and great giveaways at the event. Plus, don't miss the kids' play zone in the East Plaza. Come to the plaza screens to watch the bowls before the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. It's the best place to huddle up with your friends and family before heading into AT&T Stadium for the big Bowl game!
All guests must have a Goodyear Cotton Bowl game ticket to enter the Huddle Up Fan Fest.
The Cotton Bowl Game is an American college football game held annually since 1935. The game is played at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It is one of the six bowls part of the college football playoff system.
The game was first played in 1935 and has been held every year since then, except for 1943, when it was not played due to World War II.
Since 2014, the cotton bowl has been a part of the college football playoff system and has hosted games in both the semifinals and the finals. The Cotton Bowl is known for its tradition of hosting some of college football's most exciting matchups.
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