New England Revolution Tickets
Organization: Major League Soccer
Conference: Eastern Conference
Location: Foxborough, Mass.
Venue: Gillette Stadium
Notable Players: Clint Dempsey, Alexi Lalas, Taylor Twellman, Pat Noonan, Matt Reis, Jeff Larentowicz, Steve Ralston, Joe-Max Moore, Shalrie Joseph
New England Revolution TicketsThe New England Revolution can claim to be one of the faces of Major League Soccer. As an original founding member from 1996, the team has a history that intertwines with the creation of the MLS itself. New England has finished as the national MLS runner-up five times in its history. Its first MLS Cup ended in 2002 with a 1-0 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Galaxy. New England then reached the MLS Cup final three years in a row between 2005 and 2007: the first a rematch against LA, followed by back-to-back matchups against the Houston Dynamo. The club met LA again in the 2014 MLS Cup, which resulted in another heartbreaking 2-1 loss in overtime. In non-MLS play, New England also won the US Open Cup, the longest-running soccer tournament in the United States, in 2007. Taylor Twellman, who won the MLS Golden Boot in 2005, is the club's all-time regular season scorer with 101 goals in 174 games. To experience exciting soccer, purchase your New England Revolution tickets at StubHub.
What are the club's top games for the upcoming season?New England opens up the 2020 MLS regular season with an away game at the Montreal Impact on Feb. 29. This is followed by the first home game of the season against the Chicago Fire on March 7. The club also plays an away/home series against the New York Red Bulls on April 18 and July 25, respectively. The season concludes with a home game against Inter Miami CF on Sept. 26 and a road game against Orlando City SC on Oct. 4. New England will also compete in the 2020 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, beginning with the fourth round.
How did New England finish last season?New England finished the 2019 MLS regular season as a seventh seed in the Eastern Conference with 45 points and an 11-11-12 record. The season concluded with a 1-0 loss to second seed Atlanta United in the first round of the MLS Cup playoffs. New England managed to fend off a goal until the 70th minute.
Does New England have any major rivals?According to the Know Rivalry Project, New England Revolution fans consider the New York Red Bulls as their biggest rival, due to their geographical proximity and history in the league. The Chicago Fire placed second. The Revolution and the Los Angeles Galaxy also share intense competition, given their history in the MLS Cup.
Who is the club's coach?Bruce Arena, the former manager of the US Men’s National Team between 1998 and 2006 and again between 2016 and 2017, was named the head coach of the New England Revolution on May 14, 2019. He had also previously coached for the LA Galaxy between 2008 and 2016, winning three MLS Cups, and the New York Red Bulls between 2006 and 2007.
How large is Gillette Stadium?Gillette Stadium, which opened in 2002, has a maximum seating capacity of 65,878, including 6,000 club seats and 88 luxury suites. For MLS regular season games, the capacity is usually reduced to around 20,000 spectators, but it may be higher for important matches such as the playoffs. The record attendance for an MLS game was 42,947 for a season-ending matchup against Montreal on Oct. 17, 2015. It has also hosted the US National Teams, both men’s and women’s, and several international friendlies involving some of the top clubs or national teams in the world. During the NFL regular season, the Revolution shares the facility with the main tenant, the New England Patriots. The Kraft Group owns and operates both teams, as well as the stadium itself.
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