The Cowboys’ New $1.5B Practice Facility Is Unbelievable

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We know Jerry Jones LOVES to spend his money, but this is just outrageous. After years of holding training camp in California, the Cowboys’ new off-season home in Frisco, Texas is now complete and ready to be put to use.

It cost $1.5 billion to build, AT&T Stadium was $1.2 billion

Here's a look at The Ford Center, the 12,000 seat stadium where Cowboys will practice, Frisco HS teams will play. pic.twitter.com/fmq2yWr13V

— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 19, 2016

The 12,000 seats will also be used for high school football games

the new home of the @dallascowboys is sweet… @nbcdfw pic.twitter.com/LZRYK9QCLa

— Pat Doney (@PatDoneyNBC5) August 19, 2016

Obviously 12,000 seats is ridiculous for a practice facility, but it’s going to good use for Frisco high school football games

Fox Sports:

One might wonder why the Cowboys need 12,000 seats at a practice facility, but it’s not entirely for them. Frisco high school teams will also play at the Ford Center, which is sure to be a treat for those on the field and families watching in the stands.

They’re also planning to hold the NFL Combine in the future

View from the press box at the Ford Center. #Cowboys #TheStar pic.twitter.com/1kvKJ9wj67

— Ted Madden (@tedmadden) August 19, 2016

This is just Jerry Jones doing Jerry Jones things.

From the press box at 12,000 seat Ford Center in Frisco #FISD #Frisco #Cowboys #TheStar pic.twitter.com/J3zLY3pkAo

— Community Impact FRS (@impactnews_frs) August 19, 2016