ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Six Flags Theme Parks may have a new home as plans will be discussed at a city council meeting Tuesday to bring the company’s headquarters to Arlington.

Six Flags, which currently has its corporate headquarters in Grand Prairie, is looking to move into Globe Life Park — the soon-to-be former home of the Texas Rangers.

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Globe Life Park will become the home of the Dallas Renegades XFL team after the Rangers move into their new stadium, Globe Life Field, in 2020.

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Six Flags was founded in 1961 when its original theme park, Six Flags Over Texas, was built.

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A resolution for the new headquarters is expected to be discussed at an Arlington City Council meeting Tuesday.