New England Patriots Fast Facts
- Conference and Division
- AFC East
- Super Bowl Titles
- 2002, 2004, 2005, 2015
- Bill Belichick
- Home Stadium
- Gillette Stadium
- Stadium Capacity
- New York Jets Indianapolis Colts
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The New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons in an epic Super Bowl LI after they surged late in the game to win in overtime. It's just another Super Bowl win for the Pats and their recent streak of excellency. Check out the 2018 NFL schedule and find your seats. Buy your Patriots tickets today!
The Patriots were founded in 1959, when they were known as the Boston Patriots -- and were apart of the American Football League. The Patriots joined the NFL after the AFL-NFL merger, and have been known as the New England Patriots since 1971, when they moved to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA.
Never known as an NFL powerhouse, New England's fortunes changed in 2000, when owner Robert Kraft hired Bill Belichick to be the Patriots' head coach. Prior to Belichick's arrival, the Patriots had only appeared in two Super Bowls, and lost both of them. Since the Belichick era began, the Patriots have been to a staggering six Super Bowls, and were crowned Super Bowl champions four times. Further, Belichick guided the Patriots to an undefeated regular season in 2007, when the Patriots advanced to the Super Bowl with an 18-0 record before losing to the New York Giants.
In addition to Belichick, quarterback Tom Brady (nicknamed the "GOAT") has also been a constant in New England, and is equally responsible for New England's success. Brady is a two-time NFL MVP, and a two-time Super Bowl MVP, and will go down as one of, if not the, best quarterback of all-time.
Don't miss out on your chance to watch greatness -- find your New England Patriots tickets today and head out to Gillette Stadium this season!