AT&T Stadium Preps for World Cup With $180M in Luxury Suite Renovations

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The Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium is slated for $180 million in renovations ahead of the venue's hosting of the World Cup in 2026. 

According to the local Fox affiliate, documents filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation show the team plans to spend the money on an "interior refresh of premium clubs and suites with new millwork and finishes."

The upgrade are set to being on January 2 and  will wrap up in 2025. The renovations are part of an overall $295 million renovation plan for the 14-year-old stadium that was announced last year. 

The Cowboys are also expected to announce projects in the future that include a new video board, as well as new locations for concessions and merchandise shops. 

HKS Inc., who built the stadium, is listed as the design firm for the new upgrades.

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