For the first time in three appearances, the New York Cosmos' U.S. Open Cup run appeared set to continue past thethe Round of 16. However, a pair of New England Revolution stars ensured that theNASL contender would once again leave the tournament empty-handed.
The New England Revolution sent two-time defending U.S. Open Cup finalist Philadelphia Union packing 1-1 (4-2) in penalty kicks in the tournament quarterfinals on Thursday night in front of a sellout crowd at Harvard University's Jordan Field.
Je-Vaughn Watson followed up his first goal in a Revolution uniform with the clinching penalty kick, while backup goalkeeper Brad Knighton made saves against Sebastien Le Toux and C.
New England battled hard and begin a long MLS road trip with three points on the West Coast.
This will not go down as the New England Revolution's best performance in 2016. However, for seemingly the first time this season, the Revs will get rewarded for battling for 90 minutes and getting three points instead of a draw.
If this whole soccer thing doesn't work out then Kei Kamara could have a future as a photographer.
On Sunday, the New England Revolution striker took to Twitter to announce that he had some exciting news. The simple tweet was accompanied by camera emojis, which turned out to be subtle hints at what was to come.
New England Revolution forward Kei Kamara was itching to score against the team that jettisoned him in May coming off of an MVP finalist season in 2015.
After working hard and coming up empty all game, Kamara pounced in the 71st minute when Revs teammate Teal Bunbury went down in the box and the Columbus Crew defense gave up on the play, allowing their former teammate to swoop in and cap off a 3-1 Revolution home win.
It wasn't the prettiest goal of his career, but Frank Lampard gave Eastern Conference leaders New York City FC to its fourth straight win on Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium.
Andrea Pirlo chipped the ball in to Tommy McNamara right of goal in the 58th minute, and he sent a hard pass off Lampard's knee and in past two defenders and goalie Bobby Shuttleworth to make the difference in a 1-0 win over the New England Revolution.
Major League Soccer's break for the biggest tournament on U.S. soil since 1994 is about to wrap up. What state are the Revs in?
The New England Revolution get their competitive slate back underway Wednesday evening when they take on the Carolina Railhawks away in Open Cup play. On a far grander scale, the Revs are about to undergo a grueling run of matches that will test them on many fronts.
Just days after claiming a U.S. Open Cup victory, the New England Revolution were asked to travel cross country on short rest in pursuit of the team's first road win. Facinga Western Conference contender, the Revs did just that.
Led by goals from London Woodberry and Kelyn Rowe, the Revs captured their first road win of the year with a 2-1 defeat of the Vancouver Whitecaps while earning recognition as SBI MLS Team of the Week.
The Black-and-Red's captain will miss out on Saturday after an incident last weekend against the Houston Dynamo
The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Bobby Boswell for one game for a foul in last week's 0-0 draw against the Houston Dynamo. D.C. United will have to do without their captain in Saturday's home game against the New England Revolution as a result.
A tepid affair came alive in stoppage time, as Bill Hamid twice denied the Dynamo winning goals in a 0-0 draw
Bill Hamid was once again the difference for D.C. United, as the Black-and-Red held out for a point in a 0-0 draw with the Houston Dynamo on Saturday evening. An uneventful 90 minutes came alive in stoppage time, as Hamid was forced into point-saving blocks on efforts from Mauro Manotas and Raul Rodriguez.
What a difference a few days makes. After playing a struggling New England Revolution and looking very defeated for much of it, an entirely different team showed up to play DC United on a short rest midweek game. I give the staff a lot of credit for keeping this team mentally prepared, after an incredibly demoralizing prior result.
An event cancellation freed up the team to hold the game on Saturday instead of Wednesday.
In an email sent to Season Ticket Holders, D.C. United announced that its game this month at RFK Stadium with the New England Revolution, originally scheduled for Wednesday, June 22 at 8pm, has been moved to Saturday, June 25 at 7pm.
After just nine minutes of play, the New England Revolution's game against the Carolina RailHawks was halted due to inclement weather. The delay lasted over two hours, giving players unexpected time in the locker room. What does a team do in such a situation?
Jordan McCrary is dreaming about making his Revolution debut this Wednesday.
After two weeks off, the New England Revolution will now play two games in four days as the club will travel to North Carolina for the US Open Cup before heading to Vancouver to resume league play. It's a busy stretch for the Revs, but one that they're prepared for ahead of this season's second stanza.
The Revs start their US Open Cup campaign on Wednesday and here are five players to watch.
The New England Revolution will begin US Open Cup play on Wednesday when they travel to face the Carolina Railhawks. A win would put the Revs four games away from lifting the same trophy they won in 2007.
The Seattle Sounders reached a new low in their 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution. They were resoundingly dominated in attack, defense, and had zero ideas in transition play or possession. With most of their best, ie dynamic, attacking threats all unavailable until after the Copa America Centenario, there's not much of a bright side right now for the Sounders.
New York City FC's victory over the New York Red Bulls catapulted the second-year club to the top of the Eastern Conference. Now, the task is to stay there, and it begins on Wednesday against a perennial conference contender.
The New England Revolution host NYCFC on Wednesday night in the second clash of the season between the two sides following March's 1-1 draw.
After a two week break due to the Copa America, the New England Revolution are back in action this weekend when they face the Vancouver Whitecaps. Unfortunately, the Revs won't be at full health when they make their cross-continent trip.
Charlie Davies (right abductor strain) and Gershon Koffie (right knee sprain) will miss Saturday's clash while Darrius Barnes (right hip strain) is questionable.
The Revs will face the Cosmos at St. John's University on June 29.
The New England Revolution will travel to face the New York Cosmos (NASL) in the Round of 16 of the 2016 US Open Cup. The game will be held at St. John's Unversity's Belson Stadium on June 29 with kickoff set for 7:30 PM ET.
The New England Revolution defender had two of the Reggae Boyz best chances, but the crossbar denied Jamaica an opening goal.
Je-Vaughn Watson played 88 minutes at fullback for Jamaica in their Copa America Group C opener, a 1-0 loss to Venezuela. The New England Revolution defender has seen time in the midfield for his national team, but he started in a familiar role at full back where he's featured for his club during the 2016 MLS season.
With the holiday weekend and the short turnaround, there's not much time to rate the Sounders in their loss at New England. Though this form is belated, we invite you to go back in time a few days and tell us who deserves credit and who deserves blame.
Aaron Kovar played a full 90, Tony Alfaro was forced into duty, and Zach Scott once again filled in at centerback.