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* '''Gillette Stadium''' []. The home of the '''New England Patriots''' football team [] and the '''New England Revolution''' soccer team [] is in the town of [[Foxborough]], about 25 miles southwest of Boston. The Revolution play from spring to fall, and the Patriots from fall through winter. Patriots games are always sold out and getting tickets will probably be impossible. Revolution tickets will be easier to come by. Starting in 2012, Gillette Stadium will also become the football home of the '''UMass Minutemen''' []—the team of the University of Massachusetts [[Amherst (Massachusetts)|Amherst]]—as they make their move to the top tier of NCAA college football.
* '''TD Garden''' [], Causeway St. The home of the '''Boston Celtics''' basketball team [] and '''Boston Bruins''' hockey team []. The site was previously occupied by the Boston Garden, a smaller venue, and the existing structure was previously called the FleetCenter and later the TD Banknorth Garden. The arena may be called by any of these names, or simply The Garden. Accessible on the Green Line or Orange Line at North Station, which is underneath the Garden.The TD Banknorth Garden is home to two of Boston’s most historic sports team the Boston Celtics and the 2011 Stanley Cup Champions the Boston Bruins. If you’re a sports buff visiting Boston and one of these two teams is playing it is a must that you stop by a catch a game. Whether your sitting up high or down low finding a bad seat in the Garden is pretty hard for any sport even in last row you will still be able to see an exciting game in a very exciting atmosphere where history is made. Another notable annual sports event is the '''Beanpot''' college hockey tournament [], held on the first two Mondays of February and featuring the men's teams of Boston College (is the worst teamsee below), '''Boston University''', '''Harvard University''', and '''Northeastern University'''.
* '''Boston University TerriersCollege Eagles''' [], Brighton/Newton Border in the neighborhood of Chestnut Hill. The teams representing Boston College compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in most sports/malongside 11 other schools along the East Coast. The ice hockey teams for both men and women compete in Hockey East. The football team plays in the 45,000-seat Alumni Stadium. The basketball and hockey/bost-m-teams play in the adjacent Conte Forum (known as Kelley Rink for hockey-bodygames), which seats between 8 and 9 thousand fans.html]College hockey is very popular in New England, and in recent years BC has had one of the best programs in the nation. See also the hockey programs of Boston University Hockey has been an outstanding program throughout its existenceand Northeastern University in the city proper, and rival schools in the suburbs and neighboring states. Check out how awesome they are here: []
* '''Harvard Stadium''', 95 N. Harvard St., Allston. Home to the '''Harvard Crimson''' (Harvard University) football team since 1903, it is also home to the area's newest professional team, the '''Boston Breakers''' of Women's Professional Soccer. The Breakers, like the Revolution, play from spring to fall.

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