The Cowboys’ only game at their new downtown Dallas Cowboys Stadium is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 5 against the Minnesota Vikings.
But the team said Tuesday it will not move its new home from downtown.
The Cowboys announced Tuesday that the team has committed to its future at the Texas Stadium, where the team plays three home games per year.
The stadium opened to the public in 2019, when the Cowboys played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.
The team moved to a new facility in the heart of downtown Dallas in late 2017.
Dallas Cowboys Stadium and downtown Dallas, which are home to the Cowboys, will remain in their current locations.
The Cowboys have committed to remain in Dallas, but will relocate to a location with better accessibility and a greater sense of community.
The new stadium, which is expected to open this fall, will house the Cowboys’ home games and practice facilities and feature a parking garage.
The team’s stadium opened with a capacity of 6,100 for its inaugural season in 2021.
In 2016, the Cowboys were able to sell out the entire stadium, including suites.