- Official Name: Cotton Bowl
- Location: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
- AT&T Stadium Capacity: 105,000
- Conference tie ins: Big 12 and SEC
- First Played: 1937
- Payout: $3,000,000
The Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium is getting close and tickets are going fast. Be there to watch all the college football bowl game fun and get your tickets from Ticket Liquidator. The Cotton goes down at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Monday, January 2. Be there for all the excitement and get your tickets for the Cotton Bowl today!
The Cotton Bowl Classic is held at the AT&T Stadium, or the Dallas Cowboy's stadium, and is one of the most well-known bowl games. It usually hosts a team from the Big 12 and a team from the SEC. Alabama and Michigan State are just a few of the big football teams that have recently participated in the game. The Cotton Bowl was first played in 1937, creating another long tradition of college football excellency.
The Cotton Bowl Classic takes place each year at the Cowboys AT&T Stadium and the game is always a thriller. There’s been a lot of action in past Cotton games, and you never know what will happen. Cowboys Stadium is located in Arlington, Texas and you know college football fans in that state love their football. It matches up a team from the Big 12 against a football team from the SEC and is always a raucous game. The winner of the game is presented the includes a sculpture of a cotton flower trophy as well as a $3,000,000 payout. This game promises to be a thriller so get your tickets for the Cotton Bowl right away. The Cotton Bowl has been played since 1937, and has been known as the Cotton Bowl Classic since 1996. In the past the game was known as the SBC Communications Cotton Bowl Classic and the Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl Classic. But no matter what they call the game, the football action is out of control. Don’t miss out on all the Cotton Bowl Game action and get your tickets today!
Cotton Bowl Stadium
The 2015 Cotton Bowl goes down at AT&T Stadium , located at 1 Legends Way in Arlington, Texas on January 1, 2015. Arlington’s AT&T Stadium is a great venue for a college football game, and this year’s game should be a thriller. A maximum capacity of 105000 football fans will likely be in attendance for the Cotton Bowl, and they are in for a treat. Who knows what NCAA football action in in store? But you can find out!
Cotton Bowl Parking
If you are driving to AT&T Stadium to attend the Cotton Bowl then you need a place to park your automobile. Check the ticket listing above to see if Ticket Liquidator has Cotton Bowl parking passes for sale. Additionally, There are 12,000 parking spaces distributed among 15 numbered lots at Stadium. In addition, there are 12,000 parking spaces in lettered lots around the Texas Rangers Ballpark that may be used on an event day. You might also want to contact Stadium if there’s a specific accommodation you require.