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Football is not just the most popular sport in the United States but it is also extremely popular all over the world. With a fervent fan base & some of the affluent players in the universe, Football's history can be traced back to the early twentieth century when a few small leagues cropped up in assorted parts throughout the U.S.
Today the NFL, or National Football League, has become one of the most well-known sports leagues in the universe and, depending on where you live in the states, if you're a fan of football you probably have definite and unmistakable allegiance to the team that either plays in your city or a neighboring one.
For example, if you live in Dallas you are most likely a Cowboys fan. Cowboys fans are, to put it mildly, incredibly proud of their team and have zero hesitation making their opinion known about how great it is and how capable the Dallas Cowboys roster is. They will say that if you are an Dallas Cowboys fan you bleed Cowboys colors and, frankly, I for one would not want to test this theory on any hardcore Cowboys enthusiast come game time.
There are thirty-two teams around the United States that play in the NFL and your allegiances definitely will be formed predicated on either where you were born or where you grew up. This actually makes for interesting and gut wrenching games because, since Americans tend to move quite frequently, you may sometimes find fans of one city's team living in a completely different city but still cheering for "their" team when they are in town to play the home team.
Some states, and even some cities, have more than one NFL team that represents them. usually you can find one of these teams representing the NFC, or National Football Conference, while the other represents the Atlantic Football Conference, or AFC.
If you are keen on finding out more about the Dallas Cowboys you can visit the Dallas Cowboys website
The Dallas Cowboys new stadium will have: Total Square Footage: 2.3 million square feet. The entire Statue of Liberty and its base could fit into the stadium with the roof closed. The stadium is also the world's largest column-free room. The American Airlines Center in Dallas could fit entirely into the new stadium at field level.
Interior Cubic Volume: 104 million cubic feet. (By comparison, Reliant Stadium in Houston measures 90 million cubic feet.) The Dallas Cowboys stadium will be the largest enclosed stadium (in cubic feet) in the NFL.
Seating Capacity: A capacity of 80,000 plus standing room or additional seating in the end zones, along with ticketed areas in the end zone plazas can increase total capacity to 100,000.
Updated information regarding the Dallas Cowboys new stadium can be found on the DallasCowboys.com webpage.
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