New FieldTurf on tap at Gillette Stadium

New England RevolutionA new FieldTurf Revolution turf system and VersaTile drainage and shock underlayment is being installed at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Revolution, for the 2014 season and beyond.

The installation of the FieldTurf Revolution and VersaTile has begun and will be completed and ready for use for the Revolution’s next home match on April 12. The FieldTurf Revolution product is currently used at many venues across North America, including CenturyLink Field (home to the Seattle Sounders) and Providence Park, home of the Portland Timbers, where its installation was recently completed.

FieldTurf was initially installed at Gillette Stadium in November of 2006, which marked the first in-season grass-to-turf conversion in National Football League history. Since then, Gillette Stadium has utilized FieldTurf products exclusively. The FieldTurf surfaces have also served as the home field for the New England Revolution and UMass Minutemen football while also allowing the flexibility to host numerous international soccer matches, full-stadium concerts, MIAA high school championship games and dozens of other stadium events and activities on the playing surface.

“When we made the decision to install a new turf surface, we underwent an extensive evaluation and testing program of many other turf products in the marketplace” said Jim Nolan, Senior Vice President of Finance, Administration and Operations. “Selecting the FieldTurf Revolution product was a well-informed decision. What we are getting is an elite level turf system that will significantly benefit our players for years to come.”

“FieldTurf is thrilled to continue our long-standing relationship with the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution,” said FieldTurf President Eric Daliere. “We pride ourselves on delivering innovative and high quality synthetic playing surfaces and are extremely proud that two of the highest profile teams in North American professional sports will continue to play their games on our surface.”

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August Publications