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Dallas Cowboys Training Facility Moving To New City

Updated: Thursday, August 15 2013, 12:08 PM CDT

The Dallas Cowboys are cutting the last ties to the city they’ve called home for decades.

Starting in 2016, America’s Team will shut the doors on its headquarters and training facility at Valley Ranch in Irving and make the move across two counties to new digs in Frisco, a bedroom community north of Plano.

Frisco’s City Council approved the construction of a $110 million sports complex on Monday night. It includes an indoor practice field that will also be used by the city’s high school sports teams.

The move marks the Cowboys’ second and final break with Irving. The first came when team owner Jerry Jones opened the brand new AT&T Stadium (then known as Cowboys Stadium) in Arlington back in 2009. Before that, the team had played at Texas Stadium in Irving since 1971.

It’s also not the first time a professional sports team bearing the Dallas moniker ditched Valley Ranch for Frisco. The Dallas Stars set that precedent back in 2003.

Dallas Cowboys Training Facility Moving To New City


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