New England Revolution Details
Owned by New England Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft, the New England Revolution is the only team in the MLS to have had every one of its games televised. The club has been star-studded and popular throughout its history, sharing Gillette Stadium with Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the Pats. Kraft has also proposed building a separate stadium for only soccer as a prelude to hosting an Olympic Games in the northeast.
There's only one small problem. On the biggest stage, in the biggest moments, the club still hasn't given its supporters what they want most of all - an MLS Cup - despite a total of five drama-filled attempts. MLS Cup Final losses in consecutive 2005-06 appearances were especially heartbreaking. The Revs lost to Los Angeles in injury time in '05. The following autumn, New England's Taylor Twellman scored in the 113th minute to put a lead on the board, but the Houston Dynamo's Brian Ching scored less than a minute later and the Bostonians eventually lost on penalties.
Led by Twellman, Steve Ralston and legendary manager Steve Nicol, the club reached the last elimination match again in 2007, but lost 2-1 to Houston again. However, the squad would go on to win New England's one and only U.S. Open Cup.
Injuries killed a run at the Supporters Shield in 2008, and the club soon regressed into average efforts on the pitch. Nicol was let go in 2011, as Kraft and company brought in head coach Jay Heaps. Heaps would lead the club to another MLS Cup Final appearance in 2014.
Current skipper Brad Friedel may be the perfect temperamental choice to lead the club back to dominance in the Eastern Conference. New England signed Syrian international player Gabriel Somi in January and followed up by acquiring Cristian Penilla, a forward who has logged over 10,000 minutes in his playing career in Mexico, Brazil, and Ecuador.
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When do New England Revolution playoff tickets go on sale?
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New England Revolution schedule
For a list of upcoming New England Revolution games, feel free to browse the game listings above. The 2018 New England Revolution regular season runs from March 3, 2018 to October 28, 2018.
How much do New England Revolution tickets cost?
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When do the New England Revolution play the New York Red Bulls?
This 2017 season, the New England Revolution play the New York Red Bulls June 2 at Gillette Stadium and July 21 at Red Bull Arena.