FOXBOROUGH, Mass. The New England Revolution are in the midst of three games in eight days. They were coming off a 3-0 loss to their Eastern Conference rivals, D.C. United and welcomed the defending MLS Cup Champion Portland Timbers into Gillette Stadium for a crucial mid-week match on Wednesday.
The Revs and D.C. scored a combined four goals last week, but neither team could find a way through Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.
Another New England Revolution home opener, another 0-0 draw in the books. With D.C. United visiting Gillette Stadium Saturday afternoon, neither team displayed enough conviction in front of goal to warrant all three points, as threatening chances were few and far between.
Ben Olsen will have some choices to make as he retools for the New England Revolution
D.C. United travel to Gillette Stadium this weekend to take on the New England Revolution, and have to battle through a slew of injuries. In addition, they also have to find a way to rebound after losing to the LA Galaxy, a game in which they looked good in the first half but collapsed in the second.
Preseason is here for the New England Revolution as the players reported to Gillette Stadium on Friday for entrance physicals. The guys will return today for their first day of training as well as their first media availability. While we weren't there for day one (we will be for day two), social media gave us a glimpse at the first preparations of 2016.
The Revs need depth at outside and center back. There's plenty to pick from, Coach Heaps.
Odds are another Andrew Farrell isn't walking through the door at Gillette Stadium, but this year's defensive corps is incredibly top heavy nonetheless. There are options galore at outside and center back, with several ready to immediately step in and start on day one.
More international soccer at Gillette Stadium? Yes, please.
According to ESPN's Doug McIntyre, Gillette Stadium is on the list of venues for the 2016 Copa America which will be hosted by the United States next summer. An official announment is expected in the coming days per McIntyre's story.
Gillette Stadium willwelcome back the U.S. Men's National Team on Jul. 10, 2015 as part of a CONCACAF Gold Cup doubleheader,per a release from the New England Revolution on Tuesday. The tournament will be held throughout North America, and will run from July 7-26.
The New England Revolution don't need to play for a win today to advance to the MLS Cup, but don't expect them to be on their back foot when the New York Red Bulls visit Gillette Stadium for the decisive Eastern Conference final second leg.
The Revs are up 2-1 on aggregate after a late counterattack finished by Jermaine Jones gave them a win last weekend down at Red Bull Arena – their first win there in club history.
The New Engalnd Revolution are back on the road for the fifth time this season and for the second time against D.C. United. The two sides played to a 0-0 draw in Gillette Stadium back on March 12th and both teams are trying to break out of an early season funk.
Both DC and New England have just one win on the season, the Revs sitting in 5th place in the East with eight points while United is below the very early red line in 8th with six points.
We break down every position group—and offer an overall team grade—following the Revs draw at Gillette Stadium.
Fresh off a six-goal match against the Dynamo in which defensive played went missing, the Revolution battled D.C. United to a scoreless draw. We break down the match, position-by-position, and offer an overall team grade below.
NESoccerToday.com photographer Chris Aduama (aduamaphotography.com) brings you the scenes from the Revolution's first regular season training session of 2016, which was held on the practice pitch behind Gillette Stadium on Tuesday. The club will kick off its 21st season on Sunday in Houston against the Dynamo.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Welcome to Gillette Stadium, where we've got a lush carpet of green grass laid out for tonight's match between the Revolution (10-9-7, 37 points) and Orlando City (7-12-8, 29 points). Kickoff is set for 7:30pm.
Tonight's match marks the second time the two sides have played this season.
It's about to get real when it comes to playing surface this weekend at Gillette Stadium.
For the first time in nearly two years, the Revolution will play host on a grass pitch when they face Orlando City on Saturday. The natural surtface was installed earlier this week in preparation for Tuesday's United States-Brazil international friendly.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Welcome to Gillette Stadium, where a rematch of last year's Eastern Conference final between the Red Bulls (3-0-4, 13 points) and Revolution (4-2-2, 14 points) is set for Saturday at 7:30pm.
Saturday's contest will be the first of three meetings between the longtime conference rivals.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Good afternoon from snowy Gillette Stadium, where the Revolution (0-0-2, 1 point) will hope that the fourth time is a charm for getting their first goal and first win of the season with the San Jose Earthquakes (2-1-0, 6 points) on tap. Kickoff is set for 3:00pm.
We've got yellow lines on the field, presumably because of the snow.
A Jun. 10 clash between Bolivia and Chile will kick off the largest soccer tournament held in Foxboro in over two decades as the 2016 Copa America tournament makes its way to the United States for the first time in its 100-year history this summer.
The GroupD clash between Bolivia and Chile will be the first of three matches Copa America set for the Revolution's home grounds.
While teams, dates, and times are still to be determined, Lincoln Financial Field was named as one of the ten sites for the historic event.
The 100th Copa America tournament named Philadelphia as one of the host cities for the tournament, according to a joint statement from the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) and the Copa America Centenario Local Organizing Committee (LOC).
Come June 26, MetLife Stadium is sure to be rocking.
On Wednesday, CONCACAFannounced that MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, will host the 2016 Copa America Centenario Final.The 82,000 seat stadium does have an artificial grass field, but has previously laid temporary grass over it for international friendlies.
La Confederación Sudamericana de fútbol, junto a la Concacaf y el Comité Organizador local anunciaron las (10) sedes donde se jugará la Copa América Centenario, que se se llevará a cabo en Estados Unidos desde el 3 al 26 de junio de 2016. Las áreas metropolitanas y sus respectivos estadios serán: Boston (Gillette Stadium), Chicago (Soldier Field), Houston (NRG Stadium), Los Ángeles (Rose Bowl Stadium), Nueva York (MetLife Stadium), Orlando (Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium), Filadelfia (Lincoln Financial Field), Phoenix (University of Phoenix Stadium), San Francisco (Levi's Stadium) y Seattle (CenturyLink Field).
The Copa America Centenario is officially bound for the U.S., and now the cities in which it will be played have been revealed.
CONCACAF announced Thursday that 10 cities across the U.S. will host the upcoming tournament, which is set to be played from June 3-26. Each venue is set to host on multiple days throughout the tournament, while most will host up to three matches.
Conoce las 10 sedes de la Copa América Centenario 2016 CONMEBOL, CONCACAF y la federación de Estados Unidos han designado a las diez ciudades que serán sedes de la Copa América Centenario, que se disputará entre el 3 y el 26 de junio de 2016. Esta es la lista de las áreas metropolitanas y los estadios elegidos:
Boston (Gillette Stadium, en la fotografía)
Chicago (Soldier Field)
Houston (NRG Stadium)
Los Angeles (Rose Bowl)
New York (MetLife Stadium)
Orlando (Citrus Bowl)
Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field)
Phoenix (University of Phoenix Stadium)
San Francisco (Levi's Stadium)
Seattle (CenturyLink Field)
La mayoría de estos estadios albergarán al menos tres partidos de la Copa América Centenario.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The United States suffered an embarrassing loss in a 4-1 defeat against Brazil on Tuesday night at Gillette Stadium.
Although the game was just a friendly, the match was the final tune-up for next month's Confederations Cup playoff with Mexico, and the final score left many questions for Jurgen Klinsmann and the United States to answer.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Panama opened the scoring in the 21st minute through Luis Tejada and looked in control, but an improved second half effort saw Honduras equalize on an 81st minute Andy Najar penalty kick as both sides were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium on Friday night in the second round of CONCACAF Gold Cup Group A play.