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Watch history in the making live from inside the home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys on Jan. 12 when the College Football Championship game makes its debut at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. In 2015, for the first time ever, four select teams will be competing in the inaugural College Football Playoff consisting of two semifinal games leading up to the decisive championship contest. The new system replaces the previous BCS format and instead uses a selection committee to determine which four teams have earned the right to compete for the College Football Championship. Following in the footsteps of host AT&T Stadium will be University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., in 2016 and Raymond James Stadium in Tampa in 2017.
AT&T Stadium Seating Information
Though subject to change ahead of the 2015 College Football Championship game, the overall seating configuration at AT&T Stadium is expected to resemble that of a typical contest, though expect that once the participating teams are decided, various sections will be designated accordingly for fans. Check out the seating map on this page for a visual look at the sprawling stadium's many levels of seating, which includes a multitude of standard seating options with exclusive suites and clubs mixed in as well. Beginning with sections closest to the field, AT&T Stadium seating includes Field and Touchdown Suites, Hall of Fame and Club Hall of Fame (100 Level), Hall of Fame Suites, Main and Club Main (200 Level), Mezzanine and Club Mezzanine (300 Level), Silver Suites, Ring of Honor Suites, Star Suites, and lastly, the Upper Reserved (400 Level). General admission access in the form of standing room only or on the party deck may also be available while supplies last.
AT&T Stadium General Information
Expect AT&T Stadium rules, guidelines, and policies to resemble what is typically in place for other events held at the venue. This generally includes fans being prohibited from bringing items like large backpacks, seat cushions, camera bags, outside food and alcohol, noisemakers, video cameras, and personal cameras with a lens longer than four inches. If you have any questions ahead of the game, be sure to contact AT&T Stadium staff prior to attending the College Football Championship. Also note that smoking is prohibited unless in designated areas around the stadium, and guests will typically not be allowed to re-enter the stadium though this tends to vary by event.
AT&T Stadium Parking Information
Guests can usually choose between multiple transportation options when attending events at AT&T Stadium. For those driving, a wealth of parking is typically available in both the on-site stadium lots and at the nearby Globe Life Park in Arlington which is the home of the MLB's Texas Rangers. Be sure to browse through the listings on this page as parking passes may be available for purchase in advance of Jan. 12 contest. Meanwhile, fans interested in utilizing public transportation should be sure to check schedules for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), Fort Worthy Transit (The-T), Trinity Railway Express (TRE), and Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA).
AT&T Stadium Gate Times
Precise gate times may not be available until closer to game day, but usually, AT&T Stadium allows fans to begin entering 1-2 hours before an event's scheduled start time.