Carmine Burana and Crazy Train by Ozzie Osbourne see the link below
The New England Patriots are located in Foxboro, MA.
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.
they originally played in boston, now in foxboro mass
Just before the Patriots take the field, the Patriots play the operatic piece Carmine Burana. When the team actually runs on the field they play Crazy Train by Ozzy Osborne. Click on the links below for vids of the intros.
The then Boston Patriots began play in 1960 in the American Football League (AFL), which later merged with the NFL. The Patriots played their first game in the NFL in 1970.
New England patriots
I think it came from the American Revolution. The "Patriots" were people from England who were in what is now the U.S.(some were in New England), and beleived that they no longer were citizens of England. They fought against the British in the Revolutionay War and won.
Loyalists were American colonists who supported the English as opposed to Patriots who supported independence from England.
The club was founded in 1959 and began play in 1960.
The team comes onto the field to O Fortuna, which is followed by Ozzy Osbourne's Crazt train.