New England Revolution

Since its inception in 1996, the New England Revolution has been a mainstay of Major League Soccer. The Revs, as they are affectionately known, are one of the ten original clubs of the MLS. With a rich history punctuated by frequent playoff appearances, they have written an illustrious story in the annals of American soccer, and they’re far from finished.

February 25
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12:30 am
February 25, Sun, 12:30 am
Audi Field - Washington
March 01
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01:15 am
March 01, Fri, 01:15 am
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
March 03
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04:59 am
March 03, Sun, 04:59 am
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
March 03
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07:00 pm
March 03, Sun, 07:00 pm
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
March 10
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12:30 am
March 10, Sun, 12:30 am
Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta
March 17
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06:00 pm
March 17, Sun, 06:00 pm
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
March 23
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06:00 pm
March 23, Sat, 06:00 pm
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
April 06
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11:30 pm
April 06, Sat, 11:30 pm
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
April 13
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11:30 pm
April 13, Sat, 11:30 pm
Yankee Stadium - Bronx
April 20
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11:30 pm
April 20, Sat, 11:30 pm
BMO Field - Toronto

Whistle-Stop Tour of the World-Class Squad

The Revs have seen a bevy of soccer talent pass through their ranks. Taylor Twellman, the all-time leading goal-scorer for the Revs, was a key player for the US National Team. Shalrie Joseph, from Grenada, is another club legend who served as the midfield engine room for nearly a decade.

Not forgetting Clint Dempsey, who after a successful spell with the Revs, joined Fulham in the English Premier League, making a name for himself on the international stage. Currently, the team is led by Carles Gil, the skillful Spaniard who earned the MLS MVP title in 2021.

Colonial Battles and Global Showdowns

New England Revolution’s fiercest battles have been against long-time MLS rivals, the New York Red Bulls and D.C. United. Matches against these teams often serve up exciting, edge-of-the-seat entertainment, fueled by years of history and contention.

Outside MLS, participating in the CONCACAF Champions League means the Revs get to lock horns with top clubs from North and Central America. These encounters against teams like Mexico’s Club America and Costa Rica’s Saprissa offer fans a taste of international soccer at its best.

Anchoring at Gillette Stadium

Home matches at the iconic Gillette Stadium, shared with the NFL’s New England Patriots, offer a unique experience. Where you sit can shape your game day adventure. Here are some options based on your budget and preference.

Starting at around $35, the “Fort” is the heartbeat of the stadium, where the most passionate and boisterous Revolution supporters gather. Their chants and cheers echo throughout the arena, creating a lively atmosphere.

For fans looking for a more panoramic view of the pitch, the “Midfield Section” offers just that, with prices generally ranging between $55 and $85.

If you’re after a little more luxury, the “Putnam Club” provides a premium view with upscale dining options, coming in at around $185.

For an unforgettable experience, the “Presidents Club” features all-inclusive gourmet food and beverages, along with the best seats in the house, all for around $260.

Join the Revolution!

The energy, the excitement, the shared passion of thousands of fans – there’s nothing quite like the thrill of a live soccer game. When it’s the New England Revolution playing at the Gillette Stadium, it’s more than a game; it’s an electrifying experience that brings history and passion onto the pitch. So what are you waiting for? Secure your spot and get ready to join the Revolution! There’s nothing quite like being a part of this grand soccer spectacle.

The Revolution Carries On

  • Coaching Legacy: The current head coach of the New England Revolution, Bruce Arena, is one of the most successful coaches in American soccer history. He’s led the U.S. national team in two World Cup tournaments (2002 and 2006) and won multiple MLS Cups with D.C. United and LA Galaxy.
  • Player Development: The Revolution Academy is one of the most successful in MLS, having graduated several players to the senior team. It’s recognized for its strong commitment to developing homegrown talent.
  • Record Holders: In 2004, the Revs had a remarkable run, playing in the MLS Cup final. Unfortunately, they were runners-up, but this was the first of three consecutive years where they reached the finals, a record in the league.
  • Community Engagement: The Revolution’s Charitable Foundation does a lot of work in the community, including programs like “Read to Succeed,” which encourages children to read, and “Kicks for Cancer,” which raises funds for cancer research.
  • Crest History: The club’s crest, unveiled in 2020, is inspired by the flag of New England and features the Revolution’s signature “R” entwined with a pine tree, a nod to the region’s colonial history.
  • Mascot: The official mascot of the New England Revolution is Slyde the Fox, a popular figure among young fans at Gillette Stadium.
  • Revolutionary Players: New England Revolution’s Carles Gil won the 2021 Landon Donovan MLS Most Valuable Player award, an honor recognizing the league’s top performer. He was the first player in Revolution’s history to receive this prestigious award.