Cowboys unveil plans for new training facility

The Dallas Cowboys revealed plans for a new training facility on Tuesday. And to the surprise of no oneit looks absolutely sick.

The Staras it is appropriately namedwill be located in Frisco, Texas, and is scheduled to be completed in 2016. It’s being built on a 91-acre plot of land, and will reportedly include indoor and outdoor practice fields, a 12,000 seat event center, and a hotel.

The city of Frisco is contributing $115 million to build the indoor stadium, training facilities and headquarters building. The Cowboys will pick up the remainder of the cost, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Here are some sketches of what the facility will look like.

[Dallas Morning News]

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