Boston, a Great Sports Town, Scores with Fans

  • Celtics Pride
  • Boston Bruins Shoot the Puck
  • Red Sox Nation
  • Boston Marathon, Boston Strong
  • Kickin' It with the New England Revolution
  • PGA Tour's Deutsche Bank Championship Brings Big Name Golf to Boston
  • Touchdown with the New England Patriots
  • Crowds Gather at the Head of the Charles Regatta
  • See Up and Coming Athletes at College Athletics
  • Showing off the spoils from the Stanley Cup

    City of Champions

    Boston is a city of winning teams. Each bringing home trophies in their respected sport. Passion for the teams helps Boston professional sports thrive. Games are often sold out and area bars jam packed with those who could not get through the gates. And when Boston teams fall short, their loyal fans feel their loss, but keep cheering because they know that soon enough their teams will win again.  

    Photo courtesy of Cristina Zizza

  • Slam Dunk

    Celtics Pride

    Celtics fans bleed green to match the uniforms of their favorite team. Legends have dribbled their way across the court of the Garden where the abundance of seats ensure ticket availability even for the most in demand games. A typical game is a fun, family friendly event with lots of action. Watch the dancers get their groove on and the crowd going to the beat of popular tunes, or enjoy all of the extras that may just make you a Celtics fan yourself like the performances and prize crew making the rounds at every game. 

    Photo courtesy of Boston Celtics/Facebook

  • Fighting for the puck

    Boston Bruins Shoot the Puck

    The Boston Bruins bring hockey to life inside the TD Garden. Here they battle to reach the goal as fans cheer from behind the safety of the glass that keeps the pucks from flying freely into the crowd. Fans come from all walks of life and are passionate about their team. You'll see more jersey wearing locals living it up at game time at a Bruins game than at any other Boston sporting event.  

    Photo courtesy of Boston Bruins/Facebook

  • Everyone loves Fenway Park

    Red Sox Nation

    Boston sports are not complete without a visit to the legendary Fenway Park and the Red Sox. Fans of all ages flock to this family friendly park, the oldest in MLB, where even the littlest fans can have some fun. With the Green Monster looming high above left field you'll see why fewer "homah's" head out of the park here, while the lucky few perched in the seats that loom above the wall have a view like no other. Those looking to save a buck will have a blast in the bleachers where the rowdy crowd gets everyone riled up. 

    Photo courtesy of Jessica Polizzotti

  • Crossing the finish line at the Boston Marathon

    Boston Marathon, Boston Strong

    Qualifying for the Boston Marathon is a goal of runners from around the globe. This 26 miler is no leisurely run as the terrain varies and climaxes at Heartbreak Hill where runners are forced to give themselves one last push before setting off towards the finish line. Crowds gather from Hopkinton to the Back Bay finish line on Boylston Street. The Boston Marathon is just one reason to cheer Boston Strong!

    Photo courtesy of Courtesy of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau Convention & Visitors Bureau

  • Racing to the goal with the NE Revolution

    Kickin' It with the New England Revolution

    Socer is more popular the world over than American football. Boston's no stranger to this popular sport, housing its team, the New England Revolution, at the home of the New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium. Drawing large crowds to watch the players race around the field, and offering reasonable ticket pricing, makes the New England Revolution an excellent choice for families looking to see a good match. 

    Photo courtesy of Andrew Katsampes

  • TPC's Greens

    PGA Tour's Deutsche Bank Championship Brings Big Name Golf to Boston

    Golf enthusiasts flock to the annual PGA Tour, the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, MA. Here golf's greats tee off and play to win while loyal fans quietly watch every stroke from the sidelines. The verdant course adds to the ambiance of the game. This weekend long extravaganza is the ticket to get for fans in know. 

    Photo courtesy of TPC Boston

  • Holding them back while heading toward the goalposts

    Touchdown with the New England Patriots

    A touchdown at Gillette Stadium is a sight to be seen, even on the coldest, snowiest of winter eves. The passion of the crowd starts in the parking lots, where tailgating fun is had by all and fans come together to get ready to root for the Patriots. Once inside the gates, you'll find fans with one thing in common: they are equally as passionate about getting a win. 

    Photo courtesy of New England Patriots/Facebook

  • Nashville Rowing Club at Head of the Charles

    Crowds Gather at the Head of the Charles Regatta

    Competitors fight to earn a spot in the Head of the Charles Regatta. Attracting some 9000 athletes, and 300,000 spectators annually, it is one of the most elite races on the water. You'll find rowing clubs, universities and even individual rowers racing down the Charles River during this weekend long event. The race is not the only thing drawing crowds as the fall foliage and desirable temperatures entice crowds to enjoy the banks of the Charles for the day.

    Photo courtesy of Jessica Polizzotti

  • BU Men's hockey team

    See Up and Coming Athletes at College Athletics

    Boston has its fair share of Colleges and Universities that call this great city home. Many offer college athletics that are as inviting to students as they are to area locals looking for an action packed game in a state of the art arena. Teams like the BU Terriers, and BC Eagles have such great rivalries that tickets to hockey games between these two teams can be hard to get. 

    Photo courtesy of Cristina Zizza


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