Foxboro is a town with a
population of sixteen thousand two hundred and forty six residents. The
town is situated in Norfolk county thirty two kilometers in the south
of Boston. Foxboro is the home town of the New England Patriots, the
National Football League (NFL) team that has won the last two Super Bowl
titles. The New England Patriots will be going for an unprecedented third
title if they make it to the postseason. One of the attractions Foxboro
has to offer is the home stadium for the New England Patriots, Gillette
Stadium. The other sports franchise based in Foxboro are the New England
Revolution, a major league soccer team.
Foxboro was inhabited in
1704, and in 1778 it was established officially as a town. The following
are the demographics for Foxboro; 97.09% of the population are White,
1.22% are of Asian origin, 1.06% are Hispanic or Latino, 0.82% are African
American, 0.11% are Native American and 0.01% Pacific Islander.
As of the 2000 census, they were four thousand three hundred and ninety
six families living in Foxboro. Foxboro has been put on the world map by
the New England Patriots exploits on the field. Foxboro has a couple of
places with ample accommodation making your stay as comfortable as ever.
Here are a few of those hotels, inns or lodges; Courtyard Boston
Foxborough, Residence Inn Boston Foxborough and Comfort Inn. The Odessa
Restaurant is one of the best Foxboro has to offer.