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Secure a spot at Gillette Stadium on Sept. 21 for this all-AFC matchup between the visiting Oakland Raiders and host New England Patriots. This early-season clash will mark the first meeting between the two teams since 2011, though New England has not hosted Oakland since 2005. The Patriots have won three straight against the Raiders, with the last loss coming on the road back in 2002.
Gillette Stadium Seating Information
Gillette Stadium seating for Patriots vs Raiders is available in Lower Level Sections 101-143, Mezzanine and Club Sections 201-240, and Upper Level Sections 301-340. Note that Sections 225-238 in the Mezzanine are usually designated as alcohol-free. The Patriots typically occupy the sideline on the side of the field near Sections 106-112 while the Raiders will be situated by Sections 128-135. Suites may also be available in the marketplace for this game on Sept. 21 though quantities may be limited.
Gillette Stadium General Information
The strict league-wide policy regarding permitted items will be enforced at Gillette Stadium for the Patriots-Raiders game. In addition, other prohibited items include coolers, umbrellas, noisemakers, strollers, baby seats, flag poles over two feet, video cameras, and outside food and drink (including alcohol). Gillette Stadium staff reserves the right to deny entry of any other items deemed inappropriate, and all guests and belongings are subject to search. Personal cameras are generally permitted, while smoking is not allowed anywhere inside the stadium.
Gillette Stadium Parking Information
All Gillette Stadium parking lots charge fees that must be paid for onsite and are cash only. Tailgating is permitted up to four hours before kickoff but a license is required and all venue policies must be followed. Lot entry times are subject to change.
Gillette Stadium Gate Times
Gates typically open two hours before the start of games, though this is subject to change for Patriots-Raiders on Sept. 21.