When it comes to having a favorite sports team, everyone will have on their jerseys and other accessories to cheer their team on. They may not know at the time that one day they would actually own their team. Robert Kraft went from just being a fan with a regular-season ticket to owning the New England Patriots. This is a good thing because he made changes to that made them as one of the best teams on the field in the NFL. He is also widely respected for his work and what he has done to make the fans happy.

Robert Kraft didn’t start out a Patriots fan, he also like the NY Giants. He would eventually own the team and build a new stadium for them to have their games in. Before that happened, the team played most of their competitions in Schaefer Stadium.

They now play in Gillette Stadium. Kraft bought the team and refused multiple offers from people looking to move them elsewhere. This turned out to be the best decision. As a result of this, the fans showed their appreciation by buying out all of the seasoned tickets. This resulted in the Patriots showing their fans something to be proud of with a seven-game winning streak in 1994.

Robert Kraft also developed the land around Gillette Stadium. That development is called Patriots Place which includes plenty of dining and shopping for everyone looking to get out of the house. Also, there is a museum and a unique CBS theme restaurant.

The tally for regular games is 180 by the Patriots as well as 17 playoff games. One must consider that this team can hold their own with the best of them. Owning a football comes with hard work, but it’s definitely worth it when the wins start to happen. Visit this page for additional information.

 

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