AT&T: The Field Of Champions
AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) has had a pretty successful season as 2014 comes to an end. The telecom provider bares its name on a few stadiums whose teams are making their fans pretty happy.
See a pattern? AT&T Center- home of NBA champion Spurs AT&T Park- home of NL champion Giants AT&T Stadium- home of 6-1 Cowboys
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 20, 2014
Home to the NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs. The arena opened in 2002 and has seen the Spurs win four NBA championships. It cost $184 million to build.
Forbes values the Spurs at $660 million as of January 2014.
The San Francisco Giants have played at the park since 2000, though AT&T did not become part of the name until 2006. It cost $357 million to build.
The Giants won the World Series in 2010 and 2012 and are about to play in the 2014 edition. They hadn't won a title since 1954, when the franchise was still located in New York. Forbes values the franchise at $1 billion.
Originally known as Cowboys Stadium when it opened in 2009, this home to the Dallas Cowboys is the largest stadium in the NFL. It cost $1.3 billion to construct.
The Cowboys are an NFL-best 6-1 in the early goings of the 2014 season. They've had three straight seasons with an 8-8 record. Forbes values the franchise at $3.2 billion, tops in the NFL.
Shares of AT&T are down 2.5 percent year to date, closing Monday at $34.28.
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