The New England Patriots current home field is Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
There is no place called Boston University Field. The BU football field is called Nickerson Field. The New England Patriots never played at Nickerson Field. As the Boston Patriots, the team played at Nickerson Field for 1960 through 1962.
The New England Patriots play at Foxboro Massachusetts.
High-quality artificial grass called Field Turf.
The NFL logo, the Patriots team logo, and the logo for Gillette Stadium.
it it's the tower at the stadium
A bridge and a tower or lighthouse that are outside the stadium
The first stadium The New England Patriots played in was Nickerson Field at Boston University. They played at Nickerson Field for the 1960, 1961 and 1962 seasons.
Braves Field, now Nickerson Field.
Its a grahpic of Gillette Stadiums Bridge and Lighthouse .
The New England Patriots installed a new playing surface, field turf replacing the natural grass, in November of 2006.
Boston University Field
gillette stadium..probably spelled wrong
The New England Patriots are based in the greater Boston area. They play their home games in the town of Foxborough, Mass at the Gillette Stadium. -Trigger
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 New England Patriots last played the Green Bay Packers 11/19/2006, on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. The Patriots won the game 35-0. The last time the Patriots played the Packers in New England was 10/13/2002. The Packers won the game 28-10.
The Boston Patriots became known as the New England Patriots because the city of Boston couldn't support them with their request of a new field. They were forced to settle in Fox-borough and decided to drop "Boston" from their name. They tried Bay State Patriots but the name was rejected by the NFL and on March 22, 1971 they became the New England Patriots.
The Patriots intro music is O' Fortuna, from Carmine Burana by Carl Orff, followed by Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne.
A bridge and a tower/lighthouse that are outside the stadium
I don't know ALL the music played at their games. But when the Patriots initially take the field they come on to the "Intro to Carmina Burana" by Carl Orff followed by "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne. Their touchdown song is "Elevation" by U2 and their field goal song is "Song 2" by Blur. I got my answers from the "Official New England Patriots Fan Zone" web page.
On Dec. 15, 1996, the Dallas Cowboys defeated the New England Patriots 12-6 at Texas Stadium. The Cowboys won the game through four field goals by kicker Chris Boniol.