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Foxboro Stadium (K-128, L-98344-D)

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FOXBORO STADIUM

K-128, L-98344-D

New England Patriots (NFL) (1971-2001) New England Revolution (MLS) (1996-2001) New England Tea Men (NASL) (1978-80) FIFA World Cup (1994)

Foxboro Stadium (or Foxborough Stadium) was an outdoor sports venue located in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Although the official spelling of the town's name is "Foxborough", the shorter spelling was used for the stadium.

The stadium opened in August 1971 as Schaefer Stadium, primarily as the home venue for the renamed New England Patriots of the National Football League. The team was known as the Boston Patriots for its first eleven seasons 1960-70, and had played in various stadia in the Boston area. For six seasons, 1963-68, the Patriots played in the venerable Fenway Park, home of baseball's Boston Red Sox. Fenway was poorly suited as a football venue and also had inadequate seating capacity 33,000 for baseball and only about 40,000 seats for football.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome

Dist. by Klein Post Cards

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