So the Dallas Cowboys recently got a Victoria's Secret plunked into their stadium and -- surprise!-- it's actually doing really well. Turns out, ladies are totally cool with stopping in for some last-minute gear. Before you start thinking skivvies, you should know the store's main draw is the very popular "Pink loves the NFL" line, which features glam, female-friendly team clothes and accessories.
If women can now score Cowboys gear from an undie retailer during the game, we're pretty sure lady football lovers have a few other requests for an epic stadium experience. Writers from HerGameLife.com, a premiere online destination for female sports fans, put their heads together to come up with some ideas for some other high-end amenities. Will we ever see heated, padded seats or an in-stadium Target? Probably not, but a girl can dream:
I would want a section with some hot tubs and a full service restaurant/bar. Imagine watching the game from up above, while being served snacks and drinks. This would be perfect in cold weather stadiums, but the amenities would be endless! -- Taylor B.
Warmth and comfort, please please please:
Heated seats with toe warmers (for those rough Buffalo winter games!) and "booster seats" so us short girls can see while we are sitting behind the 6'4" guy with the chicken wing hat on in front of us! -- Christine K.
Lucas Oil in Indianapolis is a beautiful stadium but if I had to make it my dream stadium, it would have individual seat TV screens so fans could tune into their favorite game-time commentary. -- Ashley K.
My dream stadium would have leg room -- so I can jump up and down without banging my knees or worrying about the person in front of me! Tall girls need room to celebrate, too! -- JoAnna H.
Under-seat storage so your purse and jacket don't get icky with beer and nut debris. -- Becky R.
Each seat would be a plush recliner with a movable food tray and round slots for beverages of choice. -- Janet B.
In-seat warmers for those cold Foxboro Decembers! –- Erica B.
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Get game-ready at Centurylink's Sea Glam Salon. Get your hair tackled with rocking Seahawk colors, while enjoying The Blitz blue and green cocktail. Get your face "masked" with airbrushed Seahawks designs. Catch the Hail Mary pass with emblazoned fingernails and enjoy your kickoff pedicure. -- Jenny C.
My perfect stadium would have premium dessert vendors. I'm not talking about ice cream sandwiches and malts (although delicious), I want chocolate cake, cookies or cupcakes! Sometimes a girl needs her chocolate fix, especially when her team is down by two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. -- Hollie Mendillo
A secret "Ladies Lounge" located next to the team locker room, where players and coaches make regular appearances. This is home to an underground secret society made up of a select group of female fans. -- Darrah W.
Target. Nuff said:
A Target for a quick wardrobe change when you have beer spilled on you, extra tail-gating supplies, and emergency sunscreen for open-air stadiums. -- Jenny C.
XXL-sized baby wipes for fans to clean off all the face paint. The ride home can get a little awkward with a colorful man-child at the light. -- Joye P.
Sorry, kids and people who act like kids:
A child-free seating area. Some fans want to go to the game and have a completely wild time without having to worry about their language or actions offending a neighboring parent. I'd pay a premium for this. -- Courtney T.
My dream stadium would have ALL of the opposing fans in one section and the home fans in the other. Seat us like high school and college -- old fashioned rivalry style! -- Becky R.
A section for the snotty people who ask you to sit during the game because you are standing in their way. Who sits at a game? -- Nakea H.
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Can't a lady just dance and pee in peace?
A dance-floor overlooking the field for all those in the mood to party when their team is winning. -- Jenny C.
My dream stadium would have elevators to the top of the nose bleeds so you could walk DOWN to your seat -- and fire poles directly to the women's room line. -- Becky R.