The New England Patriots were formed in 1959, as the final franchise of the
American Football League. The Patriots
first preseason game was held in July 1960 and first New England Patriots
tickets to be sold allowed fans the chance to witness the team's victory over the
Buffalo Bills. The first "Home" game took place a few weeks later, in which sales of New
England Patriots tickets topped 11,000 and fans who were in attendance at Harvard
Stadium witnessed a loss at the hands of the Dallas Texans. In 1978 the team won their first
divisional title, a highlight of the 1970's seasons in which the team was widely
considered to be the home of several of the best players in the game, a decade that is
remembered fondly by those lucky enough to have had New England Patriots tickets.
Boasting the best record of any team over a four year period, the first decade of the
21st century saw the rise of the Patriots to elite status, establishing the team
as one of the best to ever play the game. Fans of the team have long known New England Patriot tickets give them the chance to enjoy some of
the best games, players, and performances that the sport has to offer. New England
Patriots tickets continue to be a hot item with fans to this day, giving them the chance
to cheer on the team in person as well as witness the performances and athletic feats
that have made the Patriots such a well known and successful franchise.
A multi-use stadium that is home to both the New England Patriots as well as the New
England Revolution, Gillette Stadium is a $325 million dollar facility that offers
start of the art features for holders of New England Patriot tickets to enjoy. New
England Patriots tickets give fans more than just access to the game, they will also
have the chance to enjoy food service that is without peer in the NFL. Recent
construction, exceptionally modern features and conveniences as well as the chance
to see the team play live are what make the New England Patriot tickets such
a hot commodity.
Holders of New England Patriots tickets are no stranger to rivalries, as the team has
had long running rivalries with the Jets, the Colts, the Raiders, and the Bills just to
name a few. Fans of the team revel in the opportunity to make use of
their New England Patriots tickets and allow themselves a first-hand chance to witness
the team as it takes on rivals old and new. With mascot Pat Patriot, a
Minuteman clad in the team's jersey, to lead fans in lending their
support to the team during games, Patriots fans have no shortage of spirit. Other fan
activities include a small minutemen who fire muskets whenever a Patriots touchdown is scored. The Patriots' unique spirit and rich culture is known throughout the NFL, and give those who
possess New England Patriots tickets much to look forward to.
12-4-12: New England has already clinched the AFC East title with a 9-3 record and also remains a perfect 5-0 in divisional games. With a marquee matchup on Monday Night against the Houston Texans it will be interesting to see how they fare against the NFL elite. Many will say the Pats benefit from a weak division so this week’s upcoming game will be telling. The Patriots will close out their season by playing three of their last four games at home.
1-9-13: The Patriots, once again won what is arguably the worst division in football, the AFC East. However with an improved defense and good efforts against other top NFL teams, one has to consider them as title contenders yet again. Tom Brady had another great year, earning his team a bye week as they gear up for the Houston Texans this week. The Patriots won 12 games and were undefeated within their division to no surprise. They have been comfortable at home where they have only lost twice this season and Sunday against Houston they will look to continue that winning trend.
1-20-13: The Patriots bid for another AFC title and trip to the Super Bowl ended at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens, who beat them 28-13 in the AFC Championship game.