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Explore the Boston Sports Trail
Both die-hards and bandwagon jumpers alike can get their sports fix even on off-days by visiting stops along the Boston Sports Trail. The GPS tour can be download to your GPS or other mobile devices.
The Boston Blazers are New England's professional indoor lacrosse team. The Blazers' home is also at TD Garden, so if you like the B's and C's then you'll love Boston's newest team.
You can also see world class soccer right here in Boston. The Boston Breakers of Women's Professional Soccer play 12 home games at Harvard Stadium from April through September. Come early to tailgate and engage in the Fan Zone and stick around post-game for Autograph Alley and your chance to meet the world's best soccer players.
Competing for pennant space on the rafters of TD Garden are the Bruins, winners of 6 NHL Stanley Cup Championships and the first team to be awarded a franchise in the National Hockey League in 1924.
The city also has a Major League Lacrosse team, who play their home games at Boston University's Nickerson Field.
Boston fans are also passionate about the Boston Celtics, who have dominated the sport by winning 17 world championships and a record-setting 8 in a row from 1959-1966.
The Boston Lobsters are a member of the World Team Tennis League and play all home games at Harvard University's Bright Arena.
The Boston Marathon, held each April on Patriots' Day, remains one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world and one of the oldest marathon events.
Boston Red Sox
Fans are especially fond of Fenway Park, home of the 8-time World Champion Boston Red Sox.
Collegiate sports in Boston have been shining brightly in recent years as well, gaining national recognition and respect in hockey, basketball and football.
Head of the Charles Regatta
Each October, champion rowers have come from around the world to take part in the Head of the Charles, the world's largest regatta.
New England Patriots
From November to January, the National Football League's 4-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots draw sell-out crowds to Gillette Stadium just outside of Boston.
New England Revolution
Another draw to Gillette Stadium is the region's Major League Soccer franchise.