Gillete Stadium to host six MIAA Super Bowls on December 1
The Kraft family will again provide New England’s best football venue for Super Saturday
Super Saturday returns to Foxborough December 1 when Gillette Stadium hosts six of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Super Bowls in a single day.
Twelve teams will compete for their division’s Super Bowl title on New England’s most famous football field. Three Eastern Mass. divisions, one Central Mass. division and one Western Mass. division will crown their champions at Gillette Stadium. They will be joined by thousands of cheering fans, cheerleaders, school bands and special guests.
The Kraft family has donated use of Gillette Stadium for the Super Bowls for the last six years, and will treat the participants and their fans to an NFL-caliber game presentation, with music and replays on the stadium’s high-definition video boards. Kraft Sports Productions will produce a live television broadcast of all six games.
Admission to the Gillette Stadium/MIAA Tournament experience is just $15 for adults and $12 for students. The fee includes parking and admission to all six games. GAME SCHEDULE
Game times for games 2-6 are approximate, starting 15 minutes after conclusion of the previous game
|Game No. 1|| Eastern Mass Div. IVA || 9:00 a.m.|
|Game No. 2 || Central Mass Div. II || 11:00 a.m.|
|Game No. 3|| Eastern Mass Div. IA || 1:30 p.m.|
|Game No. 4|| Eastern Mass Div. IIA || 3:30 p.m.|
|Game No. 5 || Western Mass Div. II || 6:00 p.m.|
|Game No. 6|| Eastern Mass Div. IIIA || 8:00 p.m.|
Tickets and Gate Information
The Gillette Stadium/MIAA Tournament experience admission is $15 for adults and $12 for students. Tickets will be available at the Gillette Stadium Ticket Office, located outside the Patriot Place Gate, beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1. All fans will enter the stadium via the NRG Gate, located near The Hall at Patriot Place and CBS Scene.
Parking is included as part of the Gillette Stadium/MIAA Tournament experience. Fans arriving via Route 495 and Route 1 North should enter the stadium parking lots via the P7 or P8 entrances. Fans arriving via Route 95 and Route 1 South should enter the stadium parking lots via the P1 entrance. No tailgating will be allowed in the parking lots. Fan buses are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to each game’s approximate start time.
Concessions and Dining
Concessions will be available throughout the day at Gillette Stadium. In addition, Patriot Place features 17 casual to high-end restaurants for pregame meals or postgame celebrations. Visit www.patriot-place.com for restaurant info.
Blood Drive at Gillette Stadium
Super Bowl attendees can also participate in the Bob’s Discount Furniture Blood Drive in Gillette Stadium’s Putnam Club West. Fans who give blood during Super Saturday get credit for their school towards the Bob's Discount Furniture $100,000 High School Heroes Scholarship Program. The event will also feature furniture and ticket giveaways, family fun and more.
The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon
The award-winning Hall at Patriot Place will offer $3 off adult admission on Saturday with a ticket to the High School Super Bowls (regular admission to The Hall is $10 for adults, $7 for seniors and active military, $5 for children 5-12 and children 4 and younger are free). The Hall’s New England Football exhibit displays jerseys from all of the 2011 MIAA Super Bowl champions, and following the games will begin displaying jerseys from all of the 2012 champions.
Kraft Sports Productions will produce the television broadcast, which will air on Comcast SportsNet (Games 1-3) and WSBK TV 38 (Games 3-6). The games will also be simulcast on 98.5 The Sports Hub. Gary Tanguay will handle play-by-play with Andy Gresh as the color analyst for the games on Comcast SportsNet. For the games on WSBK, Dan Roche will call the plays with Jermaine Wiggins providing color.