Largest Stadiums and Arenas in Massachusetts

By  Tim Scott , views , updated
Categories: Urban Americas
Dataset contains 9 data items (see table below).


Which is the largest sports venue in Massachusetts?
The largest sports venue in Massachusetts is Gillette Stadium of Foxborough with a maximum seating capacity of 68,756 spectators.The seating capacities of the sports venues in Massachusetts range from capacities of 5,900 spectators to 68,756 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 28,104.4 spectators.

 Compare Gillette Stadium with TD Garden

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Cities with the most large-capacity venues
The cities with the most large-capacity sports venues are Boston and Worcester.

Most recent and oldest sports venues
The most recently opened sports venue in USA is Gillette Stadium of Foxborough in 2002.The oldest sports venue in USA is Harvard Stadium of Allston which opened in 1903.The average building ages of the sports venues in USA is 69.4 years old, with the oldest being 119 years old.

Let's check out some of these largest sports venues in Massachusetts.

Gillette Stadium.

Gillette Stadium - Drone (credit: StaticArtStudios)


Gillette Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Massachusetts, USA.

Opened in 2002, Gillette Stadium is a 20-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 68,756 spectators. It is located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA.

Home of New England Patriots (NFL), New England Revolution (MLS), UMass Minutemen (NCAA), the stadiumis a venue for sports events such as football.


 Compare Gillette Stadium with Ford Field from Detroit.

 Compare Gillette Stadium with Arthur Ashe Stadium from Flushing.

Fenway Park.

Fenway Park 4K Drone Flyover, Boston Massachusetts (credit: Mike Moore, New England Drone Photography)


Fenway Park is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Massachusetts, USA.

Fenway Park is an stadium that can seat up to 37,402 spectators. Located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Fenway Park was opened in the year 1912 (110 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for baseball. Fenway Park is home to organizations such as Boston Red Sox (MLB), Fenway Bowl (NCAA)


 Compare Fenway Park with Rice-Eccles Stadium from Salt Lake City.

 Compare Fenway Park with Allianz Field from St. Paul.

TD Garden.

TD Garden timelapse: Bruins to Celtics (3/31/18) (credit: MassLive)


TD Garden is an indoor arena in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, which can house a full seating capacity of 19,580 spectators. TD Garden was opened in the year 1995 (27 years of age).

The indoor arena hosts sports events for hockey and basketball. TD Garden is home to organizations such as Boston Bruins (NHL), Boston Celtics (NBA)


 Compare TD Garden with Van Andel Arena from Grand Rapids.

 Compare TD Garden with Dunkin' Donuts Center from Providence.

Datasets on Stadiums and Arenas

Largest Stadiums and Arenas for::

Largest Stadiums and Arenas in::
Alabama   |  Arizona   |  Arkansas   |  California   |  Chicago   |  Colorado   |  Columbus   |  Connecticut   |  District of Columbia   |  Florida   |  Georgia   |  Houston   |  Illinois   |  Indiana   |  Iowa   |  Kansas   |  Kansas City   |  Kentucky   |  Louisiana   |  Louisville   |  Maryland   |  Massachusetts   |  Michigan   |  Minnesota   |  Mississippi   |  Missouri   |  Nebraska   |  Nevada   |  New Jersey   |  New York   |  North Carolina   |  North Dakota   |  Ohio   |  Oklahoma   |  Oregon   |  Pennsylvania   |  South Carolina   |  Tennessee   |  Texas   |  United States   |  Utah   |  Virginia   |  Washington   |  

Largest Indoor Arenas in::
Alabama   |  California   |  Florida   |  Georgia   |  Illinois   |  Iowa   |  Kansas   |  Kentucky   |  Louisiana   |  Michigan   |  Missouri   |  New York   |  North Carolina   |  Ohio   |  Pennsylvania   |  Texas   |  USA   |