Jerry World is still a marvel to millions. But to keep it on the cutting edge, the Dallas Cowboys are planning $295 million in upgrades for AT&T Stadium.
That’s according to a report by Sports Business Journal, which says the refresh won’t “radically alter” the look and feel of the 100,000-seat stadium. Instead, most of those millions will go toward refreshing premium spaces that are set for lease renewals, as well as upgrading back-end systems and technology in the run-up to the 2026 World Cup.
The Cowboys hope to get help in ponying up the dough for all this, SBJ reports, by asking the NFL to let them withhold their standard contributions to shared gate revenue. The ’Pokes are asking for a waiver to the NFL’s team debt limit of $600 million, the SBJ says—adding that team owners could act on both requests as soon this week at the next league meeting.
The Cowboys won’t have to go far to find out—the league meeting is in Irving this week.
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