Dallas Cowboy fans have set a new Guinness World Record, and it was at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport rather than AT&T Stadium, signing the most signatures on a piece of sports memorabilia.
Dallas Cowboy fans of the National Football League set a new world’s record by signing the most signatures on a giant football at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Everybody likes world records, and Dallas Cowboy football fans have set a new Guinness World Record by signing the Most Signatures on a Piece of Sports Memorabilia.
The piece of memorabilia was a customized inflated football, which was put on display in front of the Dallas Cowboys Club, a full-service restaurant and bar in Terminal A at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Central Texas.
The Dallas Cowboys Club opened in late July 2015. Serving regional specialties, traditional Tex-Mex, and some modern bites as well as a wide selection of wines, cocktails, and beers, the stylish food and beverage outlet features a stadium shaped bar with multiple television screens.
The new Guinness World Record for the Most Signatures on a Piece of Sports Memorabilia was set at 2.30 pm (Central Standard Time) on Thursday 10 September 2015, when 702 signatures were recorded.
A Guinness World Records adjudicator was on-site to judge and witness the record-breaking event.
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Other NFL Guinness World Records …
- Loudest Crowd Road at a Sports Stadium, set by the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, on 29 September 2014;
- Longest Pass Completion – NFL, set by Eli Manning and Victor Crus of the New York Giants at the Meadowlands in New Jersey on 24 December 2011; and
- Oldest Player to Score in the NFL Super Bowl, set by Matt Stover of the Indianapolis Colts at Super Bowl XLIV at Miami Gardens in Miami, Florida, on 7 February 2010.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
With 1,850 flights a day, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the world’s 3rd busiest, serving more than 62 million passengers a year with flights to 148 domestic and 55 international travel destinations.
Located halfway between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, the sprawling airport offer nonstop service to 148 domestic and 55 international destinations.
The airport has 5 terminals, including one used for international flights. It is a hub for American Airlines. Dallas Love Field serves domestic airline exclusively. It is a hub for Southwest Airways.