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Established
1995 (27 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Gillette Stadium
(20,000 Capacity)

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Location
Foxborough, Massachusetts

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American Major League Soccer
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Upcoming Events
03 Jul 22 New England  -  FC Cincinnati
09 Jul 22 New York  -  New England
16 Jul 22 Philadelphia Union  -  New England
23 Jul 22 Columbus Crew  -  New England
31 Jul 22 New England  -  Toronto FC

Latest Results
27 Jun 22 Vancouver Whitecaps  0 - 0  New England
19 Jun 22 New England  2 - 1  Minnesota United
15 Jun 22 New England  1 - 1  Orlando City
12 Jun 22 Sporting Kansas  1 - 2  New England
28 May 22 New England  1 - 1  Philadelphia Union

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The New England Revolution is an American professional soccer club based in the Greater Boston area that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS), in the Eastern Conference of the league. It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, having competed in the league since its inaugural season.

The club is owned by Robert Kraft, who also owns the New England Patriots along with his son, Jonathan Kraft. The name "Revolution" refers to the New England region's significant involvement in the American Revolution that took place from 1775–1783.

New England currently play their home matches at Gillette Stadium in the town of Foxborough, Massachusetts, which is located 21 miles (34 km) southwest of downtown Boston, Massachusetts. The club played their home games at the adjacent and now-demolished Foxboro Stadium, from 1996 until 2001. The Revs hold the distinction of being the only original MLS team to have every league game in its history televised.

The Revolution won their first major trophy in the 2007 U.S. Open Cup. The following year, they won the 2008 North American SuperLiga. The Revolution have participated in five MLS Cup finals in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2014. They also placed second in the 2005 regular season. However, they have never won an MLS Cup or MLS Supporters' Shield.

Team Members
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Jozy
Altidore
#17



Esmir
Bajraktarević




Jonathan
Bell




Emmanuel
Boateng




Gustavo
Bou
#7



Tajon
Buchanan
#17



Adam
Buksa




Teal
Bunbury
#10



Alexander
Buttner
#28



Brandon
Bye




Dylan
Caicedo
(Dylan Borrero)



Scott
Caldwell




Edgar
Castillo




Adolph
DeLaGarza




A.J.
DeLaGarza
#20



Andrew
Farrell
#2



Lucas
Felix




Carles
Gil
#22



DeJuan
Jones
#24



Earl
Jr.




Wilfrid
Kaptoum




Henry
Kessler
#4



Frederick
Kessler




Edward
Kizza




Bradley
Knighton




Sebastian
Lletget




Thomas
McNamara
#26



Antonio
Mlinar




Luís
Mosquera




Cristian
Penilla




Đorđe
Petrović




Matt
Polster
#8



Christian
Rebellón




Christian
Rebellón




Justin
Rennicks




Ben
Reveno




Damian
Rivera




Ryan
Spaulding




Arnór
Traustason




Arnór
Ingvi #8



Matt
Turner
#30



Collin
Verfurth




Carles
Vicent



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Stadium or Home

Gillette Stadium is a stadium located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, 28 miles (45 km) southwest of downtown Boston and 20 miles (32 km) northeast of downtown Providence, Rhode Island. It serves as the home stadium and administrative offices for both the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL) and the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer (MLS). In 2012, it also became the home stadium for the football program of the University of Massachusetts (UMass), while on-campus Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium was undergoing renovations. Gillette will continue to host higher attended home games.

The facility opened in 2002, replacing the old Foxboro Stadium. The seating capacity is 65,878, including 5,876 club seats and 89 luxury suites. The stadium is owned and operated by Kraft Sports Group, a subsidiary of The Kraft Group, the company through which businessman Robert Kraft owns the Patriots and Revolution.

The stadium was originally known as CMGI Field before the naming rights were bought by Gillette after the "dot-com" bust. Although Gillette was acquired by Procter & Gamble in 2005, the stadium retains the Gillette name because P&G has continued to use the Gillette brand name and because the Gillette company was founded in the Boston area. Gillette and the Patriots jointly announced in September 2010 that their partnership, which includes naming rights to the stadium, will extend through the 2031 season. Additionally, uBid (until April 2003 a wholly owned subsidiary of CMGI) as of 2009 continues to sponsor one of the main entrance gates to the stadium.

The Town of Foxborough approved plans for the stadium's construction on December 6, 1999, and work on the stadium began on March 24, 2000. The first official event was a New England Revolution soccer game on May 11, 2002. The Rolling Stones played at Gillette Stadium on September 5, 2002 on the band's Licks Tour. Jeremiah Freed was the first band to play at the WBCN river rave on June 9, 2002 making them the first band to ever play Gillette Stadium. Grand opening ceremonies were held four days later on September 9 when the Patriots unveiled their Super Bowl XXXVI championship banner before a Monday Night Football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Gillette Stadium is accessible by rail via the Providence/Stoughton and Franklin lines at the Foxboro MBTA station, but only during Patriots games and some concerts.

The Patriots have sold out every home game since moving to the stadium—preseason, regular season, and playoffs. This streak dates back to the 1994 season, while the team was still at Foxboro Stadium. By September 2016 this streak was 231 straight games.

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