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Gillette Stadium - Foxborough MA
The Gillette Stadium is located at 1 Patriot Place, Foxborough, Massachusetts. The faculty was opened on September 9, 2002, with a construction cost of US$325 million. It is under the ownership of The Kraft Group and operated by the owner Bob Kraft. The venue has a seating capacity of 65,878 for American Football and 20,000 for soccer (expandable) including 5,876 club seats and 89 luxury suites. The stadium serves home stadium as well as administrative office to the New England Patriots (NFL) and New England Revolution (MLS).
It also starts serving as the home to the University of Massachusetts football program in the year 2012. The place was initially known as CMGI Field. The current name was given to the stadium in the year 2005 by Gillette and the Patriots. The architecture of the stadium was designed by HOK Sport (now Populous). The site is accessible via rail during concerts and Patriots games. It was once known as the smallest stadium of NFL's.
The very first official event that took place at this venue was a New England Revolution soccer game on May 11, 2002.
The first band to perform at the stadium was Jeremiah Freed. The venue was played by the Rolling Stones on September 5, 2002. Gillette Stadium ranks first among all NFL venues in-stadium food safety with 0% critical violations. Some top notable events held at this venue are the 2003 AFC Championship Game, the eighth edition of the NHL Winter Classic, MLS Cup 2002 (the largest stand-alone crowd to be recorded at the venue until 2018), AMA Supercross Championship, Monster Jam, etc.
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