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STATE OF THE STADIUM: FOXBORO STADIUM
Published October 25, 1994
There has been much discussion in Boston over the past year about a new facility for the Patriots. A year ago, Paul Tagliabue declared Foxboro Stadium was unsuitable as a long-term home for the team. However Robert Kraft, owner of the team and Foxboro Stadium, is now enjoying a profitable situation in New England. Earlier this month, Tagliabue said the league could work to make the stadium a viable facilty and noted the importance of keeping a team in the New England region. Today, THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY continues its stadium profiles with Foxboro Stadium.
Foxboro Stadium, Foxboro, MA
|AGE:||Completed in 1971|
|LUXURY BOXES:||42 boxes, 2 Superboxes.
Seating Capacity: 666
Team gets undisclosed % of revenue.
|OWNERSHIP:||Stadium and team owned by Robert Kraft|
|MANAGEMENT:||Foxboro Associates, Inc.|
|PARKING:||10,000 parking spots at $10 a car.|
|LEASE/RENT:||No lease or rent. Kraft owns both outright.|
|ADVERTISING:||rights. Team gets undisclosed percentage of revenue.|
|RENOVATION:||Grass field put down in '92. Team plans to add more luxury suites.|