The emblem is for the Gillette Stadium. The emblem stands for a bridge to the stadium and a 12 story lighthouse at one of the entrances. The Yellow coming from the emblem is the light from the lighthouse.
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If you Google search a picture of Gillette Stadium you will see that at one of the ends of the stadium there is a bridge and a light house. That little mark on the 50 yard-line is the light-house and the bridge put together in one picture. Look closely and you will see it. It's part of the teams history so don't ask me why there is a Bridge and a light-house in the stadium.
Its a grahpic of Gillette Stadiums Bridge and Lighthouse .
The NFL logo, the Patriots team logo, and the logo for Gillette Stadium.
High-quality artificial grass called Field Turf.
it it's the tower at the stadium
The New England Patriots play at Foxboro Massachusetts.
The New England Patriots current home field is Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
Detroit Lions And The New England Patriots Will Play At Ford Field In Detroit MI, Thanksgiving 2010
With 60,965 in attendance at Ford Field, Detroit, MI, the New England Patriots (9-2) beat the Lions, score 45 to 24.
Section 311 is the upper deck pretty close to midfield on the side closest to the bridge
Boston University Field
The New England Patriots installed a new playing surface, field turf replacing the natural grass, in November of 2006.
Yes. They played there in the 1960, 1961, and 1962 AFL seasons.
The Patriots scored first. New England scored first, in the first qtr. on a 36 yard Field Goal by Tony Franklin to put the patriots up 3-0.
In the 1960s they played in Boston at Nickerson Field, Harvard Stadium, Fenway Park, and Alumni Stadium. In 1970, they moved to Foxborough, they tried to change their name to "Bay State Patriots", but the name was changed after one month, so they called themselves the New England Patriots. They have always played for New England, in Boston.
During the 1960's, the New England Patriots (then known as the Boston Patriots) played at the following stadiums: 1960-1962: Nickerson Field, aka Boston University Field. It should be noted that in 1960 the Patriots played some preseason home games at Harvard University. 1963- 1968: Fenway Park (Yes, that Fenway Park) 1969: Alumni Stadium (Boston College)
The Patriots moved to Foxboro Ma after the 1970 season. Before the move they were known as the Boston Patriots. After moving out of Boston proper to the suburbs the owners of the Patriots decided to change the name to the New England Patriots in order to try to grow their fan base in the New England Region instead of just concentrating on the fan base in Boston.