AT&T STADIUM— Home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium is a $1.15 billion, 140-acre complex that boasts the largest LED screen in the world. When it’s not football season, the stadium plays hosts to concerts, award ceremonies and other special events. Tours are available to the public every day. www.attstadium.com. One AT&T Way, Arlington, 817.892.4161. DALLAS COWBOYS— Once dubbed “America’s Team,” the Dallas Cowboys are five-time Super Bowl champions. Catch their season from August to December at the newer stadium in Arlington, complete with the largest LED screen in the world. This $1.15-billion complex encompasses 140 acres and is open for tours M-Sa, 10 am-4:30 pm and Su, noon-3:30 pm. www.dallascowboys.com/ stadium/index.html. 1 Legends Way, Arlington, 817.892.4000. DALLAS MAVERICKS— The Dallas Mavericks are considered one of the best teams in America, thanks to our superstar players like Dirk Nowitzki. Catch their high-flying, fast-paced action at the American Airlines Center. www.nba.com/mavericks. 2500 Victory Ave., 214.373.8000. DALLAS STARS— The 2000 Western Conference Champion Dallas Stars hit the ice and face off against the best of the NHL from October through April at the American Airlines Center. Root for the home team and get rowdy as pucks fly and players maneuver sticks. www.stars.nhl.com. 2500 Victory Ave., 214.467.8277. FRISCO ROUGHRIDERS— At the Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, the young and young-at-heart can experience an old-fashioned, good time at the ball park with the minor league Frisco RoughRiders. www.ridersbaseball.com. 7300 RoughRiders Trl., 972.731.9200. TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY— In addition to this speedway’s stacked calendar of racing events, this Fort Worth track also serves as a concert and special event venue. www.texasmotorspeedway.com. 3545 Lone Star Circle, Fort Worth, 817.215.8500. TEXAS RANGERS— Like the Dallas Cowboys the Texas Rangers are a huge attraction for sports fans, not to mention the hot dogs, nachos and cold beer. The team was founded in 1972 but gained popularity in 1994 with the opening of Rangers Ballpark (now Globe Life Park) in Arlington. www.texasrangers.com. 1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington.