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New England Patriots Tickets

In a region as sports crazy as New England, it’s no wonder that fans are so fiercely loyal to the Patriots. Through thick and thin, fans have picked up New England Patriots tickets, and many times have been rewarded, as the franchise is often regarded as the best in the National Football League.

The New England Patriots are members of the East Division of the AFC. The team was established in 1959 in the Boston area and was formerly known as the Boston Patriots. The Pats joined the NFL when the leagues merged in 1970. Currently the team plays home games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. In the early years the team didn’t have their own stadium and adjusting to the different fields (Nickerson Field, Harvard Stadium, Fenway Park and Alumni Stadium) became difficult. The constant shuffle between fields made it tough for New England Patriots tickets to really take off too.

The Patriots appeared in the 1963 AFL East Championship but lost to the San Diego Chargers with a score of 51-10. They would not reappear in the post season again for years to come. The next decade saw them make it to the Playoffs and take home the AFC East Championship title, but they never made it further during that era. Their first two decades of existence were full of ups and downs. Although there were flashes of greatness in the 1960s and 70s, it was not until 1986 that New England appeared in its first Super Bowl - a tough 46-10 loss to the Chicago Bears.

After another Super Bowl loss in the 1990s, it seemed as if the Lombardi Trophy was never coming to New England, but that all changed in the 2000s. The team underwent a drastic overhaul in the 1990s that led them to Super Bowl XXXI and on to three Super Bowl Championships triumphs in the 2001, 03 and 04. During the earliest years of the 21st century, no team was better than the Pats. Under the leadership of head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, New England won three Super Bowls in five years. Their record from the end of the 2007 regular season was a perfect 16-0 crowning them the fifth team in league history to go undefeated during their regular season. Their dominance continued throughout the decades, earning them a place as one of the true dynasties to take the field in NFL history.

With history and success comes tradition and rivalry. For the Pats the rivalries fall down the division lines in the form of the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins. As for tradition, the team lines up 10 men dressed as minutemen posted at both end zones. If the Patriots score, the opposite field end fires a round of blanks from their muskets, and the point-after-touchdown is followed by the men firing their guns together with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.

Through the years, the Patriots have had a number of incredible players grace the football field, including Hall of Famers Nick Buoniconti, John Hannah, Mike Haynes and Andre Tippett. The team’s long-term success has led to several seasons of sold out Patriots tickets. Tackle your chance to see them play and score your New England Patriots tickets today!