New England Patriots Arlington Tickets
Based in Boston and headquartered in the Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, the New England Patriots is a professional American football team of the National Football League. Football fans are delighted as the team is now heading towards Arlington to face the fiery Dallas Cowboys in what will be one of the team’s most thrilling games. The New England Patriot Arlington tickets have begun selling like hot cakes because fans don’t want to miss even a single moment of this highly-anticipated match. The Patriots joined NFL in 1971 and became one of the most celebrated teams of the league by year 2000. The coach Bill Belichick has had a huge impact on the team’s morale, making it a successful troupe on the NFL.
The Patriots in a Nutshell
After the arrival of the beloved coach Belichick, the Patriots won twelve AFC East laurels in fourteen seasons and have not lost a single season since 2000. The team has a total of eight Super Bowl appearances, which is the highest in number and is shared by Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers as well. The Patriots also boasts of having the greatest number of appearances since 25 years. Between the years 2001 and 2010, the Patriots set a record for having the maximum wins in a period of ten years. The talented side broke its own record twice in 2011 and 2012.
A Must Watch Game
There would hardly be an American who doesn’t like football and when both the teams are equally strong, the game becomes a must watch. Fans have already started buying their New England Patriots Arlington tickets to watch the football giants battle for victory. Don’t miss this thrilling game at the AT&T Stadium this October.
The New England Patriots have honed its skills with some of the game’s most legendary players. 18 of its players are featured into the team’s own Hall of Fame including Bruce Armstrong, Stanley Morgan, Andre Tippet and the team’s all-time inspiration Billy Sullivan, who is the team’s owner and is inducted as a contributor. Do watch this stirring game between America’s most popular NFL teams.