Gillette Stadium Parking

Gillette Stadium Parking

Parking for Gillette Stadium for the New England Patriots

Gillette Stadium (Patriots Stadium) is the home of the New England Patriots NFL team and the New England Revolution Major League soccer team. The location of the venue sits out on 1 Patriot Pl, Foxborough, Massachusetts 02035 in Patriot place. In addition to football games, Gillette Stadium hosts many concerts and events year round at the venue.

 

If you travel about fourty minutes north of Gillette Stadium, you will get to Boston. In Boston, you have the Red Sox playing at Fenway Park. Not too far from Fenway Park, you have TD Garden where the Boston Bruins and Celtics play. If you are looking for Fenway Park parking, or TD Garden parking, you can visit those links.

 

How Much is New England Patriots Parking?

If you are looking for Gillette Stadium parking lots, you can expect to pay around $40. For cars, trucks, SUV’s, RV’s, and limos, you can expect to pay $40 for parking. Bus parking comes out to $150 at Gillette Stadium. One tip is to use SpotHero above to reserve parking and find cheap parking options near the venue.

 

Gillette Stadium Handicap Parking

There are handicap spaces available in the North and South entrances for any event at the venue. Please note that all accessible parking spaces come at a first-come and first-served basis. Fans will need to show a valid parking pass and state-issued license plate to leave their vehicle in these parking spaces.

 

Is there Gillette Stadium Tailgating?

Tailgating opens up four hours before kick-off in specific Gillette Stadium parking lots. For Revolutions games, you can tailgate up to two hours before kick-off. Concerts and any other type of event held at the venue can have tailgating parties up to three hours in the parking lots.

 

Outside of traditional tailgating parties, fans can also spend time in Patriot Place before the game. At Patriot place, you will find many restaurants and bars to enjoy before kickoff. Patriot Place is safe environment for families, so consider going there before a game if you don’t want to be around drunk fans.

 

Should I Take Public Transportation?

Many fans assume that Gillette Stadium is in Boston, but it sits about an hour away from the city. You can’t take the local subway to the game, but there is a commuter rail to use from Boston. Fans taking the MBTA to the game should purchase their tickets ahead of time, but this is the way to go if you live in Boston. A round trip ticket to go to and from Boston will be about $20. The train only runs for certain upcoming events like a George Strait concert, so check in to see if a train would leave for a concert at Gillette Stadium. In addition to taking the commuter rail from Boston, fans can use Uber and Lyft to get to and from the venue.

 

Popular Matchups and Events

The New England Patriots are one of the most successful NFL teams in the modern era. After winning the Super Bowl last year, you big crowds to come to Foxborough. Big matches include the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, New York Jets, and Miami Dolphins. Fans looking to find cheap games should go to a preseason game, or brave a cold game in November and December at night.

 

Outside of NFL games, you can expect large crowds for all Revolution games. Popular Revolution matches include the New York City FC, Real Salt Lake, Toronto FC, and the Chicago Fire.