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Boston Sports & Events

New England and Boston have always maintained a rich history of sporting events and National Champion teams. Whether you’re an athlete or sports enthusiast looking for mainstream sports, Baseball, Football, Basketball, and Hockey, or events and teams which are lesser-known, Boston has you covered. 


Copley Square Hotel’s location in Back Bay is in the center of all the action, during any season, and offers easy access to the legendary Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, and is just steps away from the finish line of the historic Boston Marathon.

Boston Red Sox

Back Bay is home to Fenway Park, MLB's oldest ballpark, first opened in 1912 and Red Sox and Fenway Fanatics are always welcome. Fenway, just under 2 miles away, offers daily tours for fans year-round, rain, snow or sunshine. Whether you are in town for a game or just want to see the home of Red Sox Legends, Williams, Yaz, Fisk and Rice.

Boston Bruins

The Bruins have called Boston home since 1924, and are the oldest professional hockey franchise in the United States. Taking in a game when the six-time Stanley Cup champions skate on home ice at TD Garden, just about 2 miles away, will elevate your trip to Boston to the next level.

Boston Celtics

Lucky the Leprechaun and the seventeen-time NBA champion Celtics have been a Boston mainstay for decades always exciting their loyal fanbase as the NBA’s most successful team in history. Their current home is at the TD Garden, about 2 miles away.

New England Patriots

The New England Patriots, originally founded as the Boston Patriots in 1959, have been NFL royalty since the introduction of dynamic duo Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in 2000. Their current home Gillette Stadium is about 28 miles Southwest of Boston via I-93 and I-95.


For the last 25-years, the New England Revolution have called the Boston area home. Their home field is at Gillette Stadium, about 28 miles Southwest of Boston via I-93 and I-95.


The New England Free Jacks, formed in 2018 and set to join Major League Rugby in 2020, play at the Union Point Sports Complex, 17 miles Southeast of Boston.


As the world’s oldest marathon, the Boston Marathon is held in great regard by athletes and spectators alike. On the third Monday in April of each year, the Boston Marathon returns to Copley Square, finishing on Boylston Street just around the corner from Copley Square Hotel (a quick 5-minute walk)!


Rowing enthusiast descend on Boston at the end of October each year for the rowing world’s equivalent of the Boston Marathon. The grueling 3-mile Head of the Charles Regatta on the Charles River will see National teams from countries all over the world as well as collegiate teams from the likes of Harvard, Northeastern and others. The start line is 2.5 miles North of the hotel, and the finish line is 5 miles to the West.


Can’t snag a ticket to the game? Head over to McGreevy’s to watch from afar. One of Back Bay’s most popular sports bars, McGeevy’s serves up the perfect spectating atmosphere less than half a mile from Copley Square.