Gillette Stadium

  • Soccer Women's World Cup 2003
  • CONCACAF Gold Cup 2003
  • CONCACAF Gold Cup 2005
  • 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup
  • CONCACAF Gold Cup 2009

The Gillette Stadium is a sports stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts (USA). It is primarily used for soccer and American football games. The football team New England Patriots ( National Football League) and the football team New England Revolution (Major League Soccer) carry at Gillette Stadium in their home games.

The stadium was opened in 2002. It replaced the old Foxboro Stadium. The original name of the stadium was CMGI Field before the company The Gillette Company acquired the naming rights. Although Gillette merged in 2005 with Procter & Gamble, but this will not affect the name of the stadium. The called by locals The Razor venue holds 68 756 spectators. 2002, the final of the MLS took place in Gillette Stadium. 2003 were held (each a doubleheader ) at Gillette Stadium for both games in the CONCACAF Gold Cup as well as two group stage matches and two quarter-finals of the World Cup of women. 2005, 2007 and 2009 also found matches in the CONCACAF Gold Cup took place there.