Dallas Cowboys Saint Louis Tickets
Winner of twenty one Division Championships, the Dallas Cowboys have built quite a reputation in the National Football League. Generating about two hundred and sixty nine million dollar revenue every year, the Dallas Cowboys are known to be the wealthiest franchise in the NFL. The team has enjoyed many achievements that include five League Championships and ten Conference Championships amongst others. Now it is coming to your hometown in Saint Louis at the Edward Jones Dome. Football lovers, hurry to get your Dallas Cowboys Saint Louis tickets. The spectators can expect a remarkable game where the Cowboys try to sweep off the opposing team, the Saint Louis Rams.
Forbes Magazine rated the Dallas Cowboys at number two amongst the “most valued sports franchises” in the US. The approximate net worth of the Dallas Cowboys is about 2.1 billion dollars, which ranks them at number five amongst the “most valued sports franchises” in the world. Earning such a reputation, the team has been successful in gathering a huge fan following. The enthusiastic spectators will be gathering at the Edward Jones Dome in Saint Louis. Catch the team in action at the sixty-six thousand seater arena by getting Dallas Cowboys Saint Louis tickets. They will be competing against the Saint Louis Rams.
Headquartered in Texas, the Dallas Cowboys play in the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference. The Cowboys emerged as a professional American football franchise in 1960. They joined the National Football League as part of the League expansion. On joining the league, the Cowboys set the NFL record of consecutive home sell-outs. Such an amazing record defines the team’s talent.
Over the years, the franchise has experienced great success. The team has set the highest record with eight Super Bowl appearances. The Cowboys are the only NFL team to set a record for twenty straight winning seasons. The record still remains unchallenged. The prominent players who played a vital role in the success include Pro Football Hall of Famers Tommy McDonald, Tony Dorsett, Randy White, Lance Alworth, Forrest Gregg, Michael Irvin and more. Do visit the venue to watch the Cowboys in action.