If you’re a sports fanatic, Frisco is a fantastic place to call home. If you’re a Dallas Cowboys fan, there’s really nowhere else to be.
Only a small percentage of Cowboys fans ever make it inside of Arlington’s AT&T Stadium. In Frisco, however, at least once a year, they can get up and close and personal with their favorite players during free, open practices at The Ford Center.
Looking Good ‘Boys
August 20-27, 2019, fans of all ages enjoyed interactive vendor booths, energetic music and shared enthusiasm outside of the Ford Center. Kids ran across the turf, clad in player jerseys, throwing passes to one another. Fans took selfies in front of the 2270 sq. foot exterior video board, where the team’s practice was broadcasting live.
Inside the Ford Center, fans cheered as their favorite players ran onto the field. Music blared over multiple speakers and attendees watched attentively as the team warmed up and began their practice.
Players, coaches, and members of Cowboys management took the time to sign autographs and snap a few pictures with attendees at the end of practice.
Check out this photo slideshow of the 2019 Dallas Cowboys Training Camp and Back to Football events!
It’s Good to Live in Frisco, Texas
It was three years ago that the Dallas Cowboys opened their World Headquarters in Frisco with a promise they would hold at least part of their preseason training camp there in the future.
Jerry Jones Sr., Owner, President and General Manager of the Dallas Cowboys, said the vision of The Star in Frisco was always about making the players and the Cowboys brand extremely accessible to fans.
The 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility in Frisco is as a first-of-its-kind partnership between the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD. The Star District with its various retail, restaurants, and events, gives fans the opportunity to connect with the Dallas Cowboys − year-round − in ways they never imagined.