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Gillette Stadium One Patriot Place Foxborough, MA 02035 Capacity: 68,756
The New England Patriots have called a lot of places home since their inception in 1960. They played on the campuses of Boston University, Boston College and Harvard as well as Fenway Park before getting a home of their own in 1971. That home, Foxboro Stadium, was good to them over the years, but it’s unlikely to be remembered as fondly as the team’s current venue. Gillette Stadium, while only in its fourth season of existence, has made quite an impression.
The stadium could hardly have enjoyed a more auspicious opening night. Launching their ‘02 season on Monday Night Football, the Patriots hoisted the Super Bowl banner from the previous season and went on to defeat Pittsburgh, 30-14. Patriots fans have grown accustomed to heroics from quarterback Tom Brady and company. The Patriot have built a dynasty over the last few years thanks in large part to their legendary head coach Bill Belichick.
The Patriots aren’t Gillette Stadium’s only tenants. The first game in the stadium’s brief history took place in May ‘02 when the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer played the Dallas Burn. You can find New England Revolution tickets, MLS tickets and other soccer tickets at Gotickets.
Gillette Stadium was designed to be an attraction in itself. At the Bank of America Gate can be found a postmodern lighthouse and bridge, symbols of the region’s colonial heritage. The bridge is functional, connecting the east and west concourses and giving fans a unique perspective on the game. There is also a granite map made of stone from each of the six states that comprise New England.
But the main attraction is the Patriots. They’ve been one of the most dominant home teams in the NFL over the last decade. But no matter how scarce Patriots tickets may seem, you have a source. Gotickets can get you inside one of the most exciting venues in the country.