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New England Patriots 2017

Watch Patriots live in the USA in 2017!

Book a memorable trip to New England to see Super Bowl champions the Patriots in action this season!

The Patriots have been the outstanding NFL franchise of the 21st Century with no fewer than seven Super Bowl appearances and five victories.

They have sold out every single home fixture since 1994 but you can see them live at Gillette Stadium this autumn with Nickes.Com!

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Miami Dolphins @ New England Patriots, November 26

4 nights in a 3 star hotel in Boston sharing a double room, exclusive breakfast and match ticket at 300 section.
Price per person (excl flights) from 699 Euros

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Super Bowl champions New England Patriots

At the end of the third quarter of Super Bowl LI in Houston, many Pats fans could have been forgiven for turning off the TV and giving up. The Atlanta Falcons pulled 28-3 clear at one stage and were still 21 points ahead going into the final quarter. A first ever title looked to be theirs.

But these are the Patriots and they had other ideas. They stormed back to level with less than a minute remaining to force the match into overtime. Having won the coin toss they drove 75 yards to win with a touchdown by running back James White – completing the most dramatic comeback in the competition’s history.

Quarterback Tom Brady smashed numerous Super Bowl records with 43 completed passes and 466 passing yards to be named Super Bowl MVP for a fourth time.

Brady and coach Bill Belichick have led the Patriots throughout their sensational record of recent years. The Patriots drafted Rob Gronkowski in 2010 and in just six seasons he has had 68 receiving touchdowns – only two tight ends have bettered that.

Patriots schedule

The Super Bowl champions open the 2017 season with a home game against the Kansas City Chiefs on September 7.

The Houston Texans visit Gillette Stadium later in the month while October sees three home games – against the Caroline Panthers, Atlanta Falcons and San Diego Chargers.

Long-time divisional rivals the Miami Dolphins come to town on November 26 while Buffalo Bills rock up on Christmas Eve. It’s a cracking climax to the regular season as archrivals New York Jets are the Patriots’ guests on New Year’s Eve.

There’s an extra special game on the road for the Patriots this season as they head to Mexico on November 19 to play Oakland Raiders in an NFL International Series clash.

Visit Gillette Stadium

The 66,000 capacity Gillette Stadium is the ultra modern home of the New England Patriots and when it opened in 2001 it was clear that creating a fantastic fan experience was all-important.

There are unobstructed views of the pitch from the wide concourses encircling the stadium, and once you’re in your seat – each complete with a drink holder –  you are assured of a great view as every single one is focused precisely on midfield.

Feeling peckish? On an average matchday Patriots fans make their way through more than a ton of Italian sausages and keep warm with 186 gallons of clam chowder.

It may be modern but Gillette Stadium celebrates New England’s heritage too. Fans are greeted with a stylised lighthouse and bridge as they arrive via Patriot Place Plaza. The region’s coastal heritage is also represented in a seascape scene that flanks the players’ entrance to the field.

Next to the stadium you’ll find the Hall at Patriot Place, an interactive hall of fame guiding you through the Patriots’ proud history.

Situated on the outskirts of Foxborough, 30 miles from downtown Boston, most locals drive to the stadium and join in the legendary NFL tailgate parties. However you can also board the special Patriots matchday train from Boston South Station. The journey takes just over an hour and costs $20 for a return ticket.

See NFL International Series in London

If you can’t make it to the States this year then there are four regular season games in London as part of the hugely popular NFL International Series.

At Wembley Stadium the Baltimore Ravens take on the Jacksonville Jaguars on September 24, while the New Orleans Saints play the Miami Dolphins on October 1.

Across town at Twickenham Stadium the Arizona Cardinals play the Los Angeles Rams on October 22, with the Minnesota Vikings facing the Cleveland Browns on October 29.

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