1. The Fort
The Fort in the north end of Gillette Stadium is the home of the majority of the Revolution supporter groups including The Midnight Riders, The Rebellion, and La Barra. If you want to stand with the most diehard Revs fans out there and join in on the festivities then make sure to get tickets in The Fort.
2. End Zone Militia
Every Revs score is accompanied by a 21 gun salute. The Revs have a slightly smaller version of the End Zone Militia who come to every game adorned in colonial attire. Over the years these guys have become more of a staple than the players on the field, so keep on the look out for the 21 gun salute when the Revs fire one home.
3. Patriot Place
If you’re not into traditional tailgating Patriot Place is perfect for you. The massive retail, dining, and entertainment complex located right outside of Gillette Stadium offers more than enough for fans to do on game days. No matter who you are or what your taste you’ll find something for you inside Patriots Place, which is home to upscale steakhouses, national fast food chains, and bars. The incredible variety makes Patriot Place great place to grab a quick drink or bite to eat before or after the game if you want to wait out the inevitable post-game traffic on Route 1. There is also a significant amount of shopping and entertainment available at Patriot Place including a movie theater, bowling alleys, and even night clubs. Patriot Place is your one stop shop for pre and post game activities in Foxborough.
4. Fan Zone Autograph Alley
Take the kids to the Fan Zone before the game. The Fan Zone features inflatables, games, face painting and much more. Then after the game bring them to Autograph Alley to snag a few signatures from their favorite Revs players.
5. New England Flag
All around Gillette Stadium you’ll see the New England flag. The flag is red with a fur-tree on it and has become a big part of the Revolution match day atmosphere.
6. Slyde the Fox
Slyde the Fox is the official mascot of the New England Revolution and can be seen entertaining the crowd on game days. Keep your eyes open for Slyde as you never know what kind of shenanigans he’ll get into next.
7. The Hall at Patriot Place
The Hall at Patriot Place, Located just behind the north end zone, is a museum that pays homage to all the greatest players, coaches, and moments in Patriots franchise history. Inside the museum, you’ll be able to see the jersey of every player in the history of the franchise to have his number retired as well as countless other Patriots relics from the past. The museum also offers many interactive exhibits that are especially entertaining for younger fans.
8. Supporter Group Parking Area
Those of you looking to tailgate with the most diehard Revs fans out there will want to join one of the supporter groups and their tailgates. Even if you’re not a member of one of the supporter groups, stop by the supporter group tailgate area and learn more about them.
Throughout Gillette Stadium you’ll encounter numbers banners commemorating all the greatest moments in Patriots history. These banners honor the four super bowl championships as well the 2007 team who went undefeated regular season. Stop by and check these out to relive all the greatest moments in Pats history.
10. Revolution-Red Bulls Rivalry
The Revolution-Red Bulls rivalry mirrors the other Boston-New York sports rivalries and is a can’t miss matchup for any MLS fan. The Revs won 20 straight against the Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium from 2002 to 2014 helping fuel the flames on the Red Bull side. If you can only make one Revs game, then make sure to be in attendance when the Revs face the Red Bulls.