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In a rematch of the 2014 AFC Championship Game, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will be looking to avenge January's postseason defeat when Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos pay a visit to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough on Nov. 2. Prior to the loss, the Patriots had won four straight versus Denver dating back to 2011 and have not fallen at home when hosting the Broncos since 2006.
Gillette Stadium Seating Information
Check out listings on this page for seats available inside Gillette Stadium for Patriots vs Broncos on Nov. 2. As viewable on the venue map, the stadium boasts three distinct levels of reserved seating, as well as numerous club and suites options. The Lower Level is located closest to the playing field and is comprised of Sections 101-143, followed by both sections of the Mezzanine (201-205, 214-218, 223-227, 236-240) and Club (6-13, 28-35), and lastly, the Upper Level (301-318, 323-340). New England typically occupies the sideline near Sections 105-114.
Gillette Stadium General Information
The NFL's strict policy regarding prohibited items will be in effect for the matchup, so refrain from bringing inside certain items such as large bags, umbrellas, noisemakers, helium balloons, and laser pointers, among other things. Personal cameras are generally permitted, but video cameras and tripods are prohibited. Guests also are usually allowed to bring binoculars, small electronic devices, and small flags. All guests are subject to search and smoking is prohibited throughout Gillette Stadium.
Gillette Stadium Parking Information
Gillette Stadium offers ample parking in various numbered lots that feature suite parking, reserved parking, general parking, and retail parking. Accessible parking is available in Lot 4, and parking for RVs and buses is available in Lot 52. Tailgating is typically allowed up to four hours before the game with a license, but open fires are prohibited.
Gillette Stadium Gate Times
Gates at the stadium usually open up to three hours before kickoff, but times are subject to change ahead of Broncos vs Patriots on Nov. 2.