Dallas Cowboys is an American National Football League team in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area of Texas, affiliated with the National League East. It is headquartered in Frisco and plays its home game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The Cowboys entered the major leagues as an expansion team in 1960. This team has a huge number of fans and a continuous sales record in the NFL. Since 2000, Dallas Cowboys have sold out 190 straight regular-season and playoff games (home and away).
The team has made eight Super Bowl games, the most in NFC history, and is tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos for the second-most Super Bowl games in history, trailing only the New England Patriots' 11.
The Cowboys have won 5 of their 8 Super Bowl games, tied for first in the National League with the San Francisco 49ers, second only to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots in the league. In the 20 consecutive seasons from 1966 to the 1985 season, the Cowboys have achieved a record of more wins and fewer losses. Only 2 times (the 1974 season and 1984 season) failed to make the playoffs. This record has not yet been broken.
In 2021, the team's market value will reach 5.7 billion US dollars, not only ranking first in the NFL but also ranking first in the market value of all world sports teams.
In 2020, Jackson Garrett, who has been in charge of the team for 10 seasons, did not renew his contract with the Cowboys, and Mike McCarthy was hired to become the ninth head coach in the history of the Cowboys
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