Globetrotting Across the New Home of the Texas Rangers

After nearly six million man hours of construction, Globe Life Field is ready to open its doors. Travel with the ALSD throughout this next latest-and-greatest new build of the sports and entertainment venue marketplace.


Some Texas Rangers fans in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex were uncertain the team even needed a new stadium to play in. Globe Life Park served its guests well for 26 seasons, dripped nostalgia from hosting two World Series and countless memories, and, in fact, remains a viable facility – recently retrofitted to host the XFL’s Dallas Renegades. But where Globe Life Park remains serviceable, Globe Life Field delivers a structural upgrade at every level from turf to roof alongside exceptional experiences for Rangers games as well as world-class concerts and events.

Awaiting attendees across its 13-acre footprint and 40,300-seat capacity is a modern marvel of sports construction. Designed by HKS and built by Manhattan Construction, it features multiple premium clubs, including a few surprises, and an eyebrow-raising number of suites in a time when the industry continues to dramatically downsize suite units. It offers unbelievably generous food and beverage credits to its suite holders and culinary delights to all of its fans in all levels of the building. 

It’s becoming cliché to say, but clichés become so because they are become true – there’s something for everyone at Globe Life Field.

Watch our entire Globe Life Field video series, chronicling the new build's suite inventory, club spaces, and signature design elements.