New England Patriots
Gillette Stadium opened in 2002, replacing the adjacent Foxboro Stadium. Gillette Stadium’s seating capacity is 65,878, including 5,876 club seats and 89 luxury suites
2022 Coaching Staff:
Head coach – Bill Belichick
Senior football advisor/offensive line – Matt Patricia
Offensive assistant/quarterbacks – Joe Judge
Running backs – Vinnie Sunseri
Wide receivers/kick returners – Troy Brown
Tight ends – Nick Caley
Assistant offensive line – Billy Yates
Offensive assistant – Evan Rothstein
Offensive assistant – Tyler Hughes
Wide receivers/NFL coaching fellowship – Ross Douglas
Defensive line – DeMarcus Covington
Linebackers – Steve Belichick
Linebackers – Jerod Mayo
Cornerbacks – Mike Pellegrino
Safeties – Brian Belichick
Nfl coaching fellowship / defense – V’angelo bentley
Special teams coordinator – Cameron Achord
Special teams assistant – Joe Houston
Head strength and conditioning – Moses Cabrera
Strength and conditioning assistant – Deron Mayo
Majority owner: Robert Kenneth Kraft, 81
Minority owners: No.
Source of wealth: Robert Kraft, founder, chairman and CEO of the Kraft Group, is an American entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist whose portfolio of businesses and brands range across many verticals, including paper and packaging, sports and entertainment, real estate and venture investing.
Net worth: $8.3 billion (Forbes)
Residence: Brookline, Massachusetts
When purchased team and for how much: Robert Kraft bought the New England Patriots for $172 million in 1994.
Franchise valuation: $6.4 billion (Forbes)
2022 revenue/rank: $651 million/2nd (Forbes)
Owns stadium (how much invested): No. In 2002, Kraft financed a $350-million stadium for the Patriots initially called CMGI Field but renamed Gillette Stadium. In 2007, Kraft began to develop the land around Gillette Stadium, creating a $375-million open-air shopping and entertainment center called Patriot Place.
Ownership philosophy: It didn’t take long for Kraft’s vision to come into focus. His personal investment in the team restored the faith of Patriots fans and rejuvenated interest throughout New England.
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