A new, much wider scoreboard is nearing completion in the south end zone of Gillette Stadium according to recent media photos shared over social media this week.
Check out the following shots provided by both the Boston Globe and Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston.
The scoreboard should provide great views for all fans in attendance when they finally return to Foxborough for the first time since 2019 when the preseason schedule commences in August.
A shot of the construction of massive new scoreboard coming to Gillette Stadium from Globe photographer Matthew J. Lee pic.twitter.com/ddaO7eUsOf
— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) June 24, 2021
Looks like videoboard in the south end zone at Gillette Stadium had a good offseason program. Definitely bigger and stronger.
Before … and after. pic.twitter.com/6Od1c5oN73
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) June 25, 2021
Since opening in 2002, Gillette Stadium has upgraded the south end zone on three different occasions.
The previous south end zone scoreboard was installed before the 2010 season and featured the first high definition display.
The new offseason upgrades once again show a Kraft family commitment to keeping their stadium fresh and comfortable for both the players and fans.
Be sure to check it out when you visit this season, you really cannot miss it.
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