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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts transitioned to Phase IV on March 22. Under Phase IV guidelines, large capacity venues in Massachusetts may permit guests at 12 percent capacity.
Gillette Stadium looks forward to welcoming fans back for the 2021 Major League Soccer Season, with the Revolution Home Opener on April 24.
Under the guidance of the CDC, State of MA, as well as the NFL and MLS, we have implemented a series of health and sanitization policies and procedures to keep you safe and comfortable while visiting.
Face coverings will be mandatory for all guests at Gillette Stadium. Gaiters, bandanas, masks with valves or vents and single layer cloth masks are not permitted. Please arrive with your face covering on and be sure to wear it at all times (except while actively eating or drinking in your assigned seat). Your face covering must completely cover both your nose and mouth at all times and fit snugly. All guests must adhere to this policy regardless of their vaccination or past infection history.
You are required to follow all physical distancing markers that are displayed throughout the stadium. These markers will help you line up at gates, restrooms, concession stands and team stores.
Staying healthy and reducing the spread of germs means washing your hands regularly. For your convenience, we have added hand sanitizing stations throughout the stadium. In addition, we have installed touchless toilets and sinks in all restrooms.
If you’re in the stadium and begin to feel ill, please go to First Aid and speak with medical personnel. First Aid stations are located at midfield on both the east and west sides of the concourses.
We have increased cleaning and disinfecting throughout the stadium. And all high touch surfaces in stadium common areas will be cleaned before, during and after each game or stadium event.
Like all fans, all Gillette Stadium employees must wear a face covering at all times.
At NFL, MLS, and other stadium events, cars in all parking lots will be separated by every other parking space to ensure a safe tailgating experience. Groups who are tailgating will not be permitted to comingle with other groups. Please follow the directions of our parking attendants.
At concession stands or anywhere food is available, items are now served in to-go containers along with pre-packaged utensils and condiments. All concession stands will be cashless, accommodating contactless payment options only.
To support physical distancing between fans and players, certain seating areas in proximity to the field will be closed.
Game tickets will be distributed in "pods" to support physical distancing between each group of ticketholders. Ticket pods will be arranged six feet apart from the next pod. For this reason, please make sure to sit in your assigned seat.
Follow all posted signage to help maintain physical distancing while you move about the stadium.
In order to reduce congestion at the conclusion of the event, Gillette Stadium staff will facilitate egress from the seating bowl. Please be patient and wait for your usher’s signal before exiting your row.
Please note: Gillette Stadium is now a completely cashless stadium. Only contactless payment options will be accepted within the stadium. Event attendees will be able to utilize one of our new Cash-to-Card kiosks to convert cash to Visa® prepaid cards. Visa® prepaid cards will be valid anywhere Visa® is accepted. For more information on our Cash-to-Card kiosks, click here.
Gillette Stadium does not limit the ability to use tickets to events to residents of particular states. It is the ticket holder’s responsibility to determine if such person can lawfully use such tickets in accordance with all laws, rules, regulations and guidance, including The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Travel Guidelines.