The symbol on the Patriots football field is known as the Flying Elvis logo. Flying Elvis replaced their original logo, Pat Patriot, in 1993. Pat Patriot has always been a fan favorite, but Flying Elvis was created to be a reflection of the American flag.
Gillette Stadium is home to the New England Patriots. The stadium is located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, and can hold up to 68,756 people. The New England Patriots were founded in 1959 on Independence Day. The team was originally known as the Boston Patriots until the name was changed in 1971. The Patriots have won four Super Bowls as of 2015.