Fans have sold out Gillette Stadium for every Patriots home game since the $325 million, privately funded facility opened in 2002. According to the Patriots' media guide and website, the construction required the removal of more than 90,000 cubic yards of blasted bedrock. The stadium's foundation has enough concrete to build a sidewalk from Foxborough to Boston ... and back.
The stadium's signature lighthouse, which rises 10 stories above the playing field, and the bridge were created to celebrate New England's heritage and offer signature vantages.
The stadium also has 89 luxury suites, some of the largest in the NFL, which provide plenty of space to socialize. Patriot Place, the $350 million retail and entertainment complex on the north and west sides of the stadium, houses more than 50 businesses, from a four-star hotel, a movie theatre and restaurants to boutiques, nightclubs and a Bass Pro Shops outlet.
-- Information from the New England Patriots media guide was used in this overview
Suite and Standing Room Only (SRO) locations are not shown in the map. Availability is only indicated in the Legend.
Lower Level seating includes Rows 1 to 38.
Mezzanine seating includes Rows 1 to 27.
Premium Upper Sideline and Premium Upper Corner seating include Rows 1 to 7.
Upper Sideline and Upper Corner seating include Rows 8 to 26.
Sections 225 and 238 are alcohol-free seating areas. No alcohol is permitted in these sections.
Tickets not specified by the seller as Premium Upper may map to a less premium section.
One Patriot Place
Foxborough, MA 02035
From Boston: Interstate 93 South (S.E. Expressway) to Interstate 95 South; take Interstate 95 South to Exit 9 (Wrentham) onto Route 1 South. Follow Route 1 South approximately 3 miles to Gillette Stadium (on the left).
From Cape Cod: Interstate 495 North to Exit 14A onto Route 1 North. Follow Route 1 North approximately 4 miles to Gillette Stadium (on the right).
From Maine and New Hampshire: Interstate 128 South to Interstate 95 South; Exit 9 onto Route 1 South. Follow Route 1 South approximately 3 miles to Gillette Stadium (on the left).
From northern Connecticut, Vermont and Upstate New York: Interstate 90 East (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Route 495 South; Exit 14A onto Route 1 North. Follow Route 1 North approximately 4 miles to Gillette Stadium (on the right).
From southern Connecticut and Rhode Island: Interstate 95 North to Interstate 495 North; Exit 14A onto Route 1 North. Follow Route 1 North some 4 miles to Gillette Stadium (on the right).
Click here for a parking guide and map of lots. Free parking at Dedham Corp and Norwood Center.
Trains depart from South Station in Boston and from Providence Station. The round-trip fare is $12 (cash only). Trains will depart 30 minutes after the game. For more information about attending games via Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, check its website or call (617) 222-3200.