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New England Patriots

Gillette Stadium Seating Chart

 

New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium

The 100s section offers seats closest to the 50-yard line that are also the most expensive in the stadium. Views here are unparalleled.

The 200s section offers a substantially lower price and is still close to the field. Regular seats are located in the 4 corners of the stadium. Club Level suites take up the prime section of the level.

Some club level amenities include private entrance, club lounges, cushioned seats, VIP guest treatment, exclusive food and beverage outlets, etc. Party suites come with a private restroom.

The 300s section is the upper deck, and offers the cheapest seats in the stadium. Sections 319 to 322 don't have an upper deck so the rows only go up to seven.

Keep in Mind:

Capacity: 68.756

Children: Everyone entering Gillette Stadium needs a ticket, including small children.

Family Sections: 225 & 238

Try to get seats between rows 15-30 at any level, because that ensures optimal viewing.

Bench: The Patriots bench is behind sections 109-110 and the visitors bench is located behind 131-132.

Club: The Putnam Club is the exclusive club of Gillette Stadium.

Prime Seating: Will cost you between $211-$230 and is located on the lower-level sidelines.

Parking: There are over 16,500 parking spaces at the stadium, but they are pricey at $40 for cars and motorcycles. Larger vehicles such as buses are $150. Disabled parking is located in P1 and P7.