The Dallas Cowboys Frisco Headquarters Are Incredible | Video

The Star District Frisco TexasOne of the more discussed topics at this current point of the NFL season has centered on the reemergence of the Dallas Cowboys. After getting off to a disappointing 3-5 start, Dallas has put together a three-game win streak, elevating the club to a first place tie in the NFC East with its archrival Washington Redskins. In the wake of the Cowboys sudden renaissance, some betting sites are now looking at the team in a far more favorable light, as the regular season schedule moves into its final month of competition.

No matter how good or bad the always polarizing Cowboys are playing, one subject that is not up for much debate involves the high quality of both the gameday and practice venues utilized by Jerry Jones’ multi-billion franchise.

While virtually every football fan is abundantly aware of the spectacle and grandeur of AT&T Stadium, which opened in the Metroplex municipality of Arlington, Texas in 2009, not as many folks possess a deep understanding of the virtual city that has been created in and around the organization’s now two-year-old practice facility in the northern Dallas suburb of Frisco, Texas.

Measuring out at 91 acres, The Star District features the Cowboys administrative and football headquarters (known as just The Star), the Ford Center, as well as a sprawling dining, shopping and entertainment development.

The Star serves as the home of every aspect of the Cowboys organization, including both the business and football operational centers. Highlights include the team’s ultra-modern locker, weight, training, rehab, film and dining rooms. In addition, the Cowboys HQ contains two outdoor practice fields, as well as the 510,000-square-foot Ford Center, which serves as the Cowboys indoor practice space, while also being the home field for the majority of Frisco’s nine high school varsity football programs and the site of a full calendar of concerts and other events.  The Ford Center seats a whopping 12,000 attendees.

The Star is also home to the members only Cowboys Club.

The below video features an extended tour of the amazing Cowboys practice facility.

The Star District portion of the mega complex features close to 100 retail, food and office space options, including a slew of restaurants, stores and hair salons, along with a fitness club, dance studio, bank, sports medicine center, the 40,000-square-foot Tostitos Championship Plaza and the Cowboys Ring of Honor Walk.

The Star District Frisco  Texas

The development also includes the 300-room Omni Frisco Hotel, a 16-story tower that rises high above the sprawling campus.

The Omni Frisco Hotel

From a geographical perspective, the Frisco showplace sits 35 miles northeast of AT&T Stadium, 24 miles straight north of downtown Dallas and one mile from the Dr Pepper Arena/StarCenter Frisco, the business and hockey headquarters of the NHL’s Dallas Stars and the home court of the NBA G League’s Texas Legends.