History

Gillette Stadium, home to the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution, was completed in 2002 and is one of the few privately funded stadiums in the country. Patriots fans have sold out Gillette Stadium for every Patriots home game since opening, and this home field advantage has been a huge part of the team's success.

The exclusive Club at Gillette Stadium, the Putnam Club, is an upscale entertainment venue that provides you and your guests with an unmatched game day hospitality experience. The East and West sides of the Putnam Club are each larger than a football field, with cathedral ceilings three stories high and floor-to-ceiling glass walls providing exceptional sightlines and end zone to end zone views of the field. The Putnam Club opens three hours before every home game. Members can enjoy the Putnam Club's comfort while watching NFL pregame shows and broadcasts and enjoying high end food and beverage service.

The countless flat screen HD TVs, video walls, and plush, padded wide outdoor seats all contribute to the elegance of this state-of-the-art destination. The Putnam Club offers spacious indoor seating, elegant fireplaces and incredible views of the field. In 2013, we opened our new game-day Club Bistro that features made to order gourmet food delicacies.