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Few stadiums better represent a city and a sport than AT&T Stadium. This year, all twelve International Bowl games will take place on the field that displays the iconic Dallas Cowboy star at the 50-yard line.

Arlington, Texas, is home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium, an entertainment mecca that has hosted a Super Bowl, an NCAA Final Four, college football bowl games and more.

Located in the center of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Arlington has a population of nearly 400,000, making it the 50th largest city in the United States. Along with the Cowboys, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers and Six Flags over Texas, both of which are a short drive from AT&T Stadium.

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“The City of Arlington is excited to have USA Football and the International Bowl Series return in January. Football holds a special place within the fabric of our city as well as dozens of nations spanning nearly every continent. The International Bowl underscores Arlington’s standing as a global football destination and we’re honored to host its players, coaches and fans at our world-class AT&T Stadium.” 
— Jeff Williams, Mayor of Arlington