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The Warm Up: #NEvCHV

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Following a disappointing 1-1 draw to the Portland Timbers last weekend, theRevolution will be looking for more at both ends of the pitch when theyhost Chivas USA on Saturday.

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro.

Scheduled kick-off: 7:30 p.

Portland Timbers player evaluations vs. New England Revolution

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We have complete player evaluations from the Timbers' 1 all draw with the New England Revolution, including a composite rating for the coaches, team, and officiating.

The Warm Up: #NEvCLB

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The New England Revolution return from a trying,cross-country road trip to face the Columbus Crew at home on Saturday night.

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro.

Scheduled kick-off: 7:30 p.

GAME THREAD: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

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Jim Curtin makes his long-awaited MLS debut as the Philadelphia Union travel to New England for the first time this season for their third meeting with the Revolution this season.

UNION GAME #17
VS
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
June 29, 2014
7:30 PM ET
CSN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas
Know Thy Enemy: The Bent Musket
Starting XI
Patrick Mullins Forward Conor Casey

Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Daigo Kobayashi, Teal Bunbury

Andy Dorman

Midfield

Danny Cruz, Cristian Maidana, Sebastien Le Toux

Amobi Okugo, Michael Lahoud

Chris Tierney, Jose Goncalves, A.

EJ Ejected as Depleted DCU Drops One Late in New England

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Fabian Espindola brought United level in the 73rd minute at a rainy Gillette Stadium, but it wouldn't prove enough in a rematch with the Eastern Conference-leading Revs.

FOXBORO, Mass. - The crowd (13,589) was tiny. The rain (as always) poured down. But while Saturday might thereby have seemed like a home game, Gillette Stadium was anything but hospitable to DC United in a chippy, 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution that featured five yellow cards and a straight red for Eddie Johnson.

MLS Week 12: SBI Live Commentary

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By IVES GALARCEP

Two of the hottest teams in Major League Soccer square off at Gillette Stadium tonight as the first-place New England Revolution face D.C. United in a clash of Eastern Conference powers.

New England is riding a five-match unbeaten streak heading into the clash against a D.

Match Day 7: A Playoff Rematch

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Sporting Kansas City travel to the East Coast this weekend for a rematch of the Eastern Conference semifinals with the New England Revolution. Gillette Stadium has been a friendly face for Kansas City to visit throughout the history of the stadium. KC is 8-3-6 there in league play, and 8-4-7 in all competitions.

What They’re Saying: #NEvVAN

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With Saturday's home opener between the New England Revolution (0-2-0,0 points)andVancouver Whitecaps(1-0-1,4 point)at Gillette Stadium only hours away, let's take one last look at what the coaches and players were saying in the days leading up to it.

Preview: #NEvVAN

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The New England Revolution (0-0-2, 0 points) will hope to record their first points of the season when they welcome the Vancouver Whitecaps (1-0-1, four points) at Gillette Stadium on Saturday for their home opener at 2:00 pm.

The Revs have struggled in the early part of the season so far.

Chichari-doh – Soccer Yanks #22 recorded on 11/6/13

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On this week's podcast: Should he stay or should he go his name is Chicharito, American football at the youth level is shrinking what does this mean for soccer in America, MLS "football" pitches, and old rivals at it again predictions for Arsenal's visit to Old Trafford this Sunday.

Download: chichari-doh-soccer-yanks-22-record-on-11-6-13.

Playoff Bound!

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The New England Revolution are headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2009 after Juan Agudelo's first half goal carried the team to a 1-0 victory against the Columbus Crew at Crew Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Agudelo combined brilliantly with Lee Nguyen in the 28th minute to score the games lone goal and the Revolution defense held strong the rest of the way for the club's 14th shutout of the season.

A View from the Fort

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Gillette Stadium, Diego's House, looking a bit like El Centenario in Montevideo.

Argentinos Juniors stadium where another Diego started, way out back in the day.

The Kid is Alright and The Kids Are All Right Too plus an Interview with Lee Ngyuen

A VIEW FROM THE FORT by Jim Dow

In June, 1980 Clive Gammon wrote the following in a Sports Illustrated piece on Diego Maradona, the Argentine wunderkind who was soon to sign the then richest sports contact in the world to play for Barcelona.

Revs Crush Union, 5-1

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution crushed the Philadelphia Union, 5-1, behind four second half goals to grab a crucial three points in front of 12,531 at Gillette Stadium. The win puts the Revolution into the fifth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot

Kelyn Rowe gave the Revolution a halftime lead with a long range shot in the 26th minute, but the Union would equalize in the 51st minute through Danny Cruz after a miscue between Matt Reis and the Revolution backline.

Match Day #26 Game Thread: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

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Game Information: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

Where: Gillette Stadium

When: 7:30 PM

Channel: CSN

Meet the Opposition: The Bent Musket

Officals Allen Chapman. Craig Lowry; Mark Cahen; 4th: Ted Unkel
MLS Career: 28 games; FC/gm: 20.

Match Preview: New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union. Sunday, August 25th 7:30pm. Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.

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The New England Revolution host the Philadelphia Union Sunday night in a matchup of two teams in a heated competition for a playoff spot. The Revs come into this week after defeating the Chicago Fire 2-0 for their ninth win of the season. This equaled their total from all of last season. Their next victory would put them in double-figures for the first time since 2009 - coincidentally the last season New England qualified for the playoffs.

AFTER 90: Reds uprising

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Kick-offs at Revs' matches are a bit over the top
NEW ENGLAND VS. TORONTO

GILLETTE STADIUM "The Blurst a Man Can Get"

FIRST HALF: KICK OFF - Revolution. History is littered with motley bands of men unwittingly and inexplicably grouped together to battle the common foe.

A View from the Fort: Can Viewing From The Fort Be Viable For The Long Term?

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The Fort at Gillette Stadium. (Photo: Tony Biscaia/RevsNet.com)

Can Viewing From The Fort Be Viable For The Long Term?

A VIEW FROM THE FORT by Jim Dow

In a recent article in New England Soccer Today my colleague Brian O'Connell opined that, "short of the near impossible, the Revolution will be playing at Gillette Stadium for years to come.

THE MATCHUP: The Ghost of BMO Future

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"Arrrr-goooo... I mean Paaaa-triooooots!" NEW ENGLAND VS. TORONTO
GILLETTE STADIUM - SUNDAY 7:30PM ET TV: SPORTSNET 360 (The Artist formerly known as The Score)
THE KICKABOUT: We didn't really want to bang on more about the "Argos to BMO Field" rumblings that have re-animated recently - like the zombie issue it is - but this fixture is just too appropriate.

Moffat leads Dynamo to road win over Revolution

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By JUSTIN FERGUSON

After being held scoreless in their last three road matches, the Houston Dynamo seemed like unlikely candidates to break the New England Revolution's long home shutout streak.

But the Dynamo completed that unlikely task, scoring twice at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night thanks to two great shots from a player who seems to only score wonder goals.

Gillette Stadium to host Brazil-Portugal friendly in September

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By JUSTIN FERGUSON

Before a potential El Clasico meeting in Spain, superstar wingers Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo will first meet in the United States.

On Tuesday, the New England Revolution officially announced a Sept. 10 international friendly between the newly crowned 2013 Confederations Cup champion Brazil and European power Portugal.

The Hangover

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution extended their MLS unbeaten run to five games and their shutout streak to 395 minutes, but their 0-0 draw in front of 14,163 at Gillette Stadium is unlikely to be one they are proud of, coming against last place D.C. United.

The draw kept the Revolution (5-4-5, 20 points) in sixth place, two points out of the fifth in final playoff spot, while United (1-10-3, 6 points) remained mired at the bottom of the Eastern Conference.

New England Thump The LA Galaxy 5-0

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The New England Revolution beat the LA Galaxy 5-0 in front of a sun soaked crowd of 19,120 at Gillette Stadium. Saer Sene's first half goal was the difference between the two sides. Saer Sene, Lee Nguyen, Diego Fagundez, Chad Barrett and Kelyn Rowe with the New England goals.

This was a coming out party for New England.

THE MATCHUP: New England Revolution host Old English Resolution

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"You'll Never Walk... Again"  NEW ENGLAND VS. TORONTO
 
GILLETTE STADIUM - SATURDAY 7:30PM ET
TV: THE SCORE
 
THE KICKABOUT:
"Pahk da cah in Hahvahd Yahd". With that out of the way it's onto a fixture that has dozens excited across North America and not beyond.

Match Day #8 Game Thread: New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

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Game: New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

When: 7:30 PM

Channel: TCN

Commentators: JP Dellacamera and Alejandro Moreno

Meet The Opposition: The Bent Musket

The Philadelphia Union, in the history of their franchise, have never lost against the New England Revolution.

Revs Rout Force 4-0 in Closed-Door Scrimmage

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To counter-act their ill-timed bye week, the New England Revolution participated in a closed-door scrimmage against the New England Force today at Gillette Stadium winning 4-0 (that means they scored FOUR GOALS!). The Force are a semi-professional team based outside of Hartford, CT that have aspirations of joining one of US Soccer's lower-division leagues by this time next year.

Five Questions: Revolution vs. FC Dallas

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Juan Toja (right) will face his former club on Saturday when FC Dallas comes to Gillette Stadium for an interconference contest against the Revolution (Photo: Kari Heistad/CapturedImages.biz)

Rest easy, Revolution supporters. Saturday's forecast does not include any ofthe following: sleet, rain,drizzle,high wind or temperatures below 40.

Revolution vs. FC Dallas 2013: Full Match Coverage

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The Revolution are set to face off against FC Dallas on Saturday night. It's a case of one of the league-leading defenses against the league-leading offense; who will win out?

It's MLS Round Five, and the New England Revolution are facing FC Dallas for their fourth match of the young 2013 season at Gillette Stadium.

Revolution vs. FC Dallas 2013: Know Thy Enemy

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It's MLS Round Five, and the New England Revolution are facing FC Dallas for their fourth match of the young 2013 season at Gillette Stadium. Home is a great place to be for the Revs when they're facing Dallas, as their 23-12-3 all-time record against the Hoops is buttressed by a 12-5-1 mark at home, including an 8-1-1 posting at Gillette.

Guess Who’s Back?

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Benny Feilhaber, shown here in pre-game apparel last summer, knows it'll be a different feeling coming back to Gillette Stadium as a guest on Saturday. (Photo: Kari Heistad)

Benny Feilhaber isn't going to lie: Saturday's return to Gillette Stadium is going to feel "a little funny."

Not necessarily the game itself, which will pit him and his current Sporting Kansas City teammates against a number of his former New England Revolution teammates.

Rugg Worth a Look

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BC striker Charlie Rugg (right) battles New England Revolution defender Darrius Barnes in a February exhibition match at Gillette Stadium. (Photo: Chris Aduama/aduama.com)

Charlie Rugg's 2012 didn't get off to the start the pacey Boston College Eagles striker had hoped for. At the tail end of an impressive preseason, Rugg suffered a knee injury that would keep him out of the starting lineup for the first four games of the season.

Countdown Begins: Revs Open Camp on Jan. 17

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The Revolution will open preseason camp on January 17 in Foxboro. (Photo: Chris Aduama/aduama.com)

Although the calendar may havejust flipped to December, springtime isonly sixweeks away. Well, at least for areasoccer fans.

On Monday, the New England Revolution released their five-and-a-half week preseason schedule, with players reporting to camp at Gillette Stadium on Jan.

Revolution vs. Fire: Live Game Thread (Part III)

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The New England Revolution will close out their home account tonight at Gillette Stadium against the red hot Chicago Fire, who are looking to improve upon their already impressive 2012 record as they prepare for the MLS playoffs. With eight players occupying their most recent injury report, the suspension of midfielder Benny Feilhaber, and the international absences of strikers Diego Fagundez and Jerry Bengtson, the Revs are looking pretty thin heading into this matchup.

A Season to Remember

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The 2002 Revolution squad march out for their first home game at cmgi Field, which would be re-named Gillette Stadium before the end of the season. (Photo: Sean Donahue)

Funny how an idea can quickly take on a life of its own.

A little overa monthago, Sean Donahue and I were bantering about former Revolution players as we fired up the laptops, flipped through game notes and set up shopcover thecurrent crop players, who were getting set to face Chivas USA at Gillette Stadium.

Brazil

PHOTOS: Brazil-Portugal Training

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Pictures From Brazil Practice at Gillette Stadium

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Brazil are in Boston for tomorrow nights match against Portugal at Gillette Stadium and tonight's practice was open to the media. I just could not turn down the opportunity to see the Samba Boys up close so I headed down to Gillette for the show.

And it was worth. I have watched Manchester United and Barcelona practice before and those practices were tightly scheduled.

Clash of Titans: Brazil, Portugal Set for Gillette on 9/10

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Theregion's worst kept secret was finally confirmed by the Revolution organization on Tuesday.

Weeks after the Portuguese Football Federation, along with its Brazilian counterpart, initially revealed details of an early-September clash in Foxborough, the Revolution confirmed that the soccer powerhouses will play an international friendly at Gillette Stadium on Sept.

The Rest

Encore: Portugal Back at Gillette vs. Mexico on 6/6

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Less than a year after drawing one of the biggest soccer crowds seen in New England, Portugal will return to Foxboro on Jun. 6 to play Mexico in a pre-World Cup friendly at Gillette Stadium. Kickoff is set for 8:30pm.

Both sides are expected to field their first-choice players with the World Cup kicking offsix dayslater.

Revs vs. KC Halftime Update: 0-0 Snoozer Thus Far

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It's halftime at Gillette Stadium and both teams have struggled to get ahead of the other. The wind is blowing and the elbows are swinging, providing the Foxboro faithful with a raucous, chippy first half but with only a handful of chances for the two clubs.

The first clear chance came for Sporting Kansas City in the 19th minute when a corner kick found its way into the Revs' penalty area, and was rebounded within the 6-yard box.

Strong Crowds Raise Revs out of Attendance Cellar

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Revolution supporters came out in droves for the club's final two home games. (Photo: Tony Biscaia/RevsNet.com)

It may not have been as dramatic as a late-season playoff push, but a pair ofstrong crowdspresent for theRevolution's final two games was enough to raise their attendance figure out of the cellar.

Revs Stadium?

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It is no secret that one of the most discussed stadium situations in Major League Soccer involves the New England Revolution. Fans of the team have long complained that Gillette Stadium is too big, too cavernous and too remote to be a successful venue. At the same time, the stadium is owned by the same family/entity that owns the Revs, suggesting that the team has little impetus to spend money to buy land or build a stadium just for the Revs.