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NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

February 27, 2017
U-17 CALL-UP
Revolution's Angking with U.S. for Honduras training camp

New England Revolution Academy midfielder Isaac Angking of Providence has been called in to the U.S. camp in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, in preparation for the CONCACAF U-17 Championship, U.S. Soccer announced Monday.


February 25, 2017
WINNING FINISH
Revolution blank Red Bulls in Desert Diamond Cup

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Kelyn Rowe and Lee Nguyen scored as the New England Revolution took a 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls in the Desert Diamond Cup, the Revolution’s final game of the preseason, Saturday.


February 22, 2017
CRUSHING SKC
Revolution win Desert Diamond game, Toni & Benji make defensive debut

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Juan Agudelo and Lee Nguyen scored twice as the New England Revolution took a 6-2 win over Sporting Kansas City in the Desert Diamond Cup at Kino Sports Complex Wednesday.


February 20, 2017
SECOND-ROUNDER RELEASED
Revolution confirm Matsoso no longer with team

The New England Revolution have released second-round draft pick Napo Matsoso, the team confirmed Monday.


February 18, 2017
JUAN'S BACK
Agudelo scores early, but Revolution squander lead against Rapids

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Juan Agudelo scored in his first appearance of the preseason for the New England Revolution, but the team fell, 3-1, to the Colorado Rapids, 3-1, at Kino Sports Complex in the Desert Diamond Cup on Saturday.


February 16, 2017
PATCHWORK PERFORMANCE
Heaps encouraged, despite Revolution loss to Dynamo

TUCSON, Ariz. -- New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps was encouraged, despite the team’s 2-0 loss to the Houston Dynamo in the Desert Diamond Classic opener Wednesday night.


February 15, 2017
DOWNED BY DYNAMO
Revolution drop Desert Diamond Cup opener

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The New England Revolution lost for the first time in the preseason, sustaining a 2-0 defeat against the Houston Dynamo in the Desert Diamond Classic Wednesday.


February 15, 2017
SHUTTLING OFF TO MINNESOTA
Revolution trade Bobby Shuttleworth, re-acquire Femi Hollinger-Janzen

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have traded goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth to Minnesota United in exchange for forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen, the team announced Wednesday.


February 7, 2017
CLOSING OUT IN KINO
Revs finish training leg with 2-1 win

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution finished the first leg of the 2017 preseason with a 2-0-1 record after Tuesday’s win against Sporting Kansas City, 2-1. New England won the contest at Kino Sports Complex courtesy of goals by Kei Kamara and fourth-round SuperDraft selection Joshua Smith.


February 1, 2017
IN RESIDENCE
Revolution's Angking with U.S. U-17 team

New England Revolution Academy midfielder Isaac Angking has been called in to the U.S. U-17 national team for the Spring Semester of the U.S. Soccer Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla., the team announced Wednesday.



January 31, 2017
KEI COMES THROUGH
Revolution rally for draw with Minnesota United in preseason opener

CASA GRANDE, Ariz. -- Kei Kamara’s 78th-minute goal gave the New England Revolution a 1-1 draw with Minnesota United FC in the team’s preseason opener Tuesday.


January 27, 2017
REGGAE BOYZ RETURN
Revolution's Watson joins Jamaica for U.S. match

New England Revolution defender/midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson has been called in to the Jamaica national team for a game against the U.S. in Chattanooga, Tenn., next Friday.


January 27, 2017
REBUILDING
Revolution announce loan deal for central defender Benjamin Angoua

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution’s rebuilding of their central defense continued with the acquisition of Benjamin Angoua on loan from En Avant Guingamp, the team announced Friday.


January 26, 2017
FROM FRANCE TO FOXBOROUGH
Revolution expected to add another central defender

The New England Revolution are expected to announce the signing of EA Guingamp central defender Benjamin Angoua, according to the Ouest France website.


January 26, 2017
A NEW CHALLENGE
Revolution defender a big Beckham fan

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Antonio Mlinar Delamea has been interested in MLS since the days of David Beckham. This week, Delamea got to follow the path of his favorite player, signing with the New England Revolution.


January 17, 2017
FOURTH-ROUNDER
Revolution adds USF defender Joshua Smith

The New England Revolution selected University of San Francisco defender Joshua Smith in the fourth and final round (75th overall) of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft Tuesday.


January 13, 2017
TOP CATS
Revs take Catamounts' Wright, Wildcats' Matsoso in MLS SuperDraft

LOS ANGELES – The New England Revolution made two selections in Friday's MLS SuperDraft, adding University of Vermont forward Brian Wright in the first round (20th overall) and University of Kentucky midfielder Napo Matsoso in the second round (31st overall).


January 12, 2017
TEAMING UP
Revolution schedule set; CSN showing 32 matches

The New England Revolution’s eighth season on Comcast SportsNet New England will include 32 of the team’s 34 games, the team announced Thursday.


January 5, 2017
GETTING THE CALL
Revolution's Agudelo joining USMNT for January camp

New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo has been called in by the U.S. Men’s National Team for its annual January Camp.


January 4, 2017
BANDING TOGETHER
Revolution influence on Arena's U.S. staff

Two former Revolution stars, plus ex-Revolution coach Thomas Rongen, have been named to the U.S. Men’s National Team staff, coach Bruce Arena announced Wednesday.


December 22, 2016
RE-SIGNING
Kobayashi will stay with Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Japanese midfielder Daigo Kobayashi has re-signed with the New England Revolution, the team announced Thursday.


December 21, 2016
ON THE ROAD, AGAIN
Revolution visiting Rapids for 2017 opener

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution will open the season on the road for the 21st time in 22 MLS seasons when they visit the Colorado Rapids for a 6 p.m. Saturday, March 4 kickoff, the league announced Wednesday.


December 20, 2016
REVOLUTION RETURN
Carlos Llamosa joins coaching staff

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Former New England Revolution defender Carlos Llamosa has been named an assistant coach for the team, the Revolution announced Tuesday.


December 13, 2016
OFF TO MINNESOTA
Revolution's Hollinger-Janzen selected in MLS Expansion Draft

New England Revolution forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen was selected by Minnesota United FC with the 10th and final pick in the MLS Expansion Draft Tuesday.


December 12, 2016
PROTECTING THEIR CROPPER
Revolution's Knighton, Shuttleworth available for Expansion Draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution left veteran goalkeepers Brad Knighton and Bobby Shuttleworth off the protected list for Tuesday’s MLS Expansion Draft, the team announced Monday.


November 28, 2016
OPTIONS ANNOUNCED
Revolution decline renewals for McCrary, Neumann

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have not exercised contract options on defender Jordan McCrary, their top pick in this year’s MLS draft, and veteran midfielder Steve Neumann, the team announced Monday.


October 23, 2016
FINISHING WITH A WIN
Fagundez leads Revs 3-0 over Impact

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Diego Fagundez had a goal and an assist, leading the New England Revolution to a 3-0 win over the Montreal Impact at Gillette Stadium Sunday.


October 16, 2016
ALL BUT OVER
Loss to Fire effectively ends Revolution's playoff hunt

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--The New England Revolution's playoff hopes were all but extinguished with Sunday's 2-1 loss to the last-place Chicago Fire at Toyota Park.


October 1, 2016
IN THE NICK OF TIME
Late goals lift Revs over Sporting KC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--With their backs against the wall and in desperate need of three points to keep their playoff hopes alive, the New England Revolution scored two late goals to claim a vital 3-1 win over Sporting KC at rainy Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


September 25, 2016
THE WRONG KAMARA
Ola Kamara dominates as Columbus beats Revs, 2-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio--All the pregame attention was on Kei Kamara on the striker’s return to Columbus for the first time since the May 12 trade that brought the 2015 co-scoring leader to New England, but it was his replacement, another Kamara, who made the difference in Columbus Crew SC's 2-0 win over the Revolution at MAPFRE Stadium Sunday night.


September 17, 2016
ALIVE AND KICKING
Revolution move into playoff position with win over Montreal

MONTREAL--Behind two goals and an assist from Kelyn Rowe, the New England Revolution edged closer to a place in the postseason with a crucial 3-1 win over conference rival the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo on Saturday night.


September 13, 2016
LAST-SECOND LOSS
Minuteman downed by Great Danes

AMHERST, Mass. -- The UMass men’s team surrendered a 90th-minute goal in falling, 2-1, to Albany at Rudd Field Tuesday.


September 10, 2016
DOMINANT PERFORMANCE
Revs romp past NYC, 3-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--With their backs against the wall, the New England Revolution took a big step back toward playoff contention on Saturday night with an impressive 3-1 victory over first-place NYCFC at Gillette Stadium.


September 3, 2016
RUNNING THE RAPIDS
Revs blank Colorado, 2-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- The New England Revolution snapped a six-game winless run in convincing fashion with a critical 2-0 interconference victory over the visiting Colorado Rapids at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


August 31, 2016
AFCON CALL-UP
Revolution's Kamara joining Sierra Leone

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Revolution forward Kei Kamara has been called in by the Sierra Leone national team for a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying match against Ivory Coast on Saturday.


August 29, 2016
WAIVED
Revolution send away Sambinha

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have waived Guinea Bissau national team defender Sambinha, the team announced Monday.


August 28, 2016
COMING UP SHORT
Revolution edged 1-0 by Red Bulls

HARRISON, NJ--A misfiring attack, and Bradley Wright-Phillips' lightning 55th-minute volley, doomed the New England Revolution to a 1-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls Sunday at Red Bull Arena.


August 26, 2016
SECOND-HALF STRUGGLE
UMass men shut out by Syracuse

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The UMass men’s team started strong, but struggled in the second half of a 3-0 loss to No. 6 Syracuse in both teams’ season-opener at the SU Soccer Complex Friday night.


August 24, 2016
LUCKLESS DRAW
Revs have their chances but settle for scoreless draw against San Jose

SAN JOSE--A scoreless draw with the San Jose Earthquakes earned the New England Revolution a point on the road Wednesday night but left the Revs in eighth place in the East with just eight games remaining on the regular season calendar.


August 20, 2016
DOUBLED DOWN
Revs fall 2-0 to Columbus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Early goals in either half sealed the New England Revolution's fate as they lost their fourth straight game, 2-0 to the Columbus Crew SC at Gillette Stadium Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


August 18, 2016
PROMISING SIGNING
Revolution adds goalkeepr Cody Cropper

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have added goalkeeper Cody Cropper as a Discovery signing, the team announced Thursday.


August 13, 2016
FILING OUT
Revolution routed by Union

FOXBOROUGH -- The New England Revolution dropped their third straight league match by a lopsided margin, falling, 4-0, to a superior Philadelphia Union at Gillette Stadium Saturday night in front of 17,127 fans, who started to file out in the 70th minute.


August 9, 2016
PLAYING FOR HARDWARE
Revs win Open Cup semi 3-1 over Chicago

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution may be struggling in league play but they’ll have a chance to play for hardware and a CONCACAF Champions League spot after a 3-1 U.S. Open Cup Semifinal win over the Chicago Fire before 9,801 loyal fans Tuesday night.


August 6, 2016
ATOMIC BOMBED
Giovinco has hat trick as Reds rout Revs

TORONTO--In a battle of last season’s top scorers, Kei Kamara and the New England Revolution were no match for Sebastian Giovinco, as the reigning MLS MVP notched a hat trick to lead Toronto FC to a decisive 4-1 conference victory at raucous BMO Field on Saturday night.


August 4, 2016
PHILLY BOUND
Revolution deals Charlie Davies to Union

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have traded forward Charlie Davies to the Philadelphia Union, the team announced Thursday.


July 31, 2016
CAN'T TAKE THE HEAT
Revolution wilt against Orlando City

ORLANDO--Kei Kamara put the New England Revolution up early but Orlando City SC scored three times after intermission to present new coach Jason Kreis with a convincing 3-1 comeback win on a steamy Sunday night at Camping World Stadium.


July 23, 2016
ON FIRE
Watson scores another clutch goal as Revs slip past Chicago 1-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Just three days after launching the New England Revolution into the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup with a first-half goal and the decisive penalty kick, Je-Vaughn Watson broke a scoreless deadlock in the 85th minute with his first league goal of the season to give the Revs a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.


July 20, 2016
ON TO THE SEMIS
Revolution eliminate Union on PKs

Brad Knighton saved two penalty kicks and Je-Vaughn Watson converted the clinching shot as the New England Revolution eliminated the Philadelphia Union in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup at Harvard’s Jordan Field Wednesday night.


July 20, 2016
TWO CALLUPS
Revolution's Herivaux named to Haiti, MLS teams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Revolution midfielder Zachary Herivaux has been called up by the Haitian National Team and also named to the Chipotle MLS Homegrown Team roster.



July 17, 2016
HE'S AN ALL-STAR
Revolution's Farrell named to MLS team

NEW YORK -- New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell has been selected to play in the MLS All-Star Game, the league announced Sunday.


July 16, 2016
SCORELESS IN SALT LAKE
Revs, RSL play to 0-0 tie

SANDY, Utah--The New England Revolution still haven’t won at Rio Tinto Stadium in seven visits to Sandy but they managed to claim a point on Saturday night with a choppy scoreless draw against interconference rival Real Salt Lake.


July 9, 2016
REVENGE IS SWEET
Kamara scores the capper as Revolution defeat Columbus 3-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution christened the new playing field at Gillette Stadium with a 3-1 win over Columbus Crew SC on Saturday night.


July 6, 2016
OFF THEIR GAME
Chances go to waste as Revs fall to NYC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Frank Lampard scored his third goal of the season off the sixth assists from Tommy McNamara and Andrea Pirlo as visiting NYCFC triumphed by a 1-0 margin over the New England Revolution on a warm Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium.


July 2, 2016
CAN'T HOLD ON
Revs blow 2-goal lead, fall to Impact

MONTREAL - The New England Revolution squandered a two goal lead, falling to the Montreal Impact 3-2 at Stade Saputo on Saturday.


June 29, 2016
CUP COMEBACK
Revolution score late, edge Cosmos

JAMAICA, N.Y. -- Kei Kamara sparked a comeback, scoring his first goal since joining the New England Revolution and setting up the winner in a 3-2 victory over the New York Cosmos in a U.S. Open Cup match at Belson Stadium Wednesday night.


June 25, 2016
SHUT OUT
Revolution drop 2-0 decision to DC United

WASHINGTON, DC-- Lamar Neagle and Sean Franklin scored to help D.C. United to a 2-0 victory over the New England Revolution Saturday at RFK Stadium.


June 18, 2016
TIPPING THE CAPS
Revolution beat Vancouver 2-1

VANCOUVER--Kelyn Rowe broke a 1-1 deadlock with a brilliant strike early in the second half and the New England Revolution were able to hang on for a hard-earned 2-1 road victory over Vancouver Whitecaps FC at BC Place Saturday in the only regular season meeting of the two sides.


June 16, 2016
FIRST-TIMER
Herivaux goal gives Revolution OT victory

CARY, N.C. -- Zach Herivaux scored his first goal as a professional, in his first start, as the New England Revolution took a 1-0 extra time win over the Carolina RailHawks in a U.S. Open Cup match at WakeMed Soccer Park Wednesday night.


June 13, 2016
ON WAIVERS
Revolution drop midfielder Michael Gamble

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have waived midfielder Michael Gamble, the team announced Monday.


May 28, 2016
LATE-GAME HERO
Revolution takes 2-1 win over Sounders

FOXBOROUGH -- Femi Hollinger-Janzen scored the deciding goal in the 80th minute as the New England Revolution took a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Sounders before a 21,456 crowd Saturday night.


May 28, 2016
CHANGE PAYS OFF
Three minutes in Hollinger-Janzen scores for Revs

FOXBOROUGH -- Femi Hollinger-Janzen scored the deciding goal in the 80th minute as the New England Revolution took a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Sounders before a 21,456 crowd Saturday night.


May 21, 2016
COSTLY ERROR
Revs falter late, fall to Dallas 4-2

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Fabian Castillo capitalized on a New England Revolution defensive error in the 70th minute to break a closely matched deadlock and Tesho Akindele added a late clincher for his second goal of the night as FC Dallas came from behind to best the Revs by a 4-2 margin at Gillette Stadium Saturday for their league-best eighth win.


May 20, 2016
GETTING THE CALL
Reggae Boyz name Revolution's Je-Vaughn Watson

The New England Revolution’s Je-Vaughn Watson has been named to the Jamaica national team squad for Copa America Centenario, the Jamaica Football Federation announced Friday.


May 19, 2016
OPEN CUP OPENER
Revolution vs. Independence rematch possible

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution could be set for a rematch with the Charlotte Independence in the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup, tournament organizers announced Thursday night.


May 14, 2016
FIRED UP
Revolution blank Chicago 2-0 for second win of the season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Lee Nguyen led the way with a goal and an assist as the New England Revolution blanked the Chicago Fire 2-0 Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


May 12, 2016
STRIKING A DEAL
Revolution acquire Kei Kamara from Crew

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have acquired the forward Kei Kamara in a trade with the Columbus Crew, the teams announced Thursday.


May 8, 2016
TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE
Gritty Revs rally against Galaxy, but fall 4-2

CARSON, Calif.-- The New England Revolution were embarrassed in the first half, rallied to save face in the second, but allowed a late capper on their way to a 4-2 loss to the LA Galaxy Sunday afternoon at the StubHub Center.


April 30, 2016
DEUCES WILD
Revolution, Lions play to second 2-2 draw in as many weeks

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--For the second time in two weeks, the New England Revolution and Orlando City SC played to a 2-2 draw as Carlos Rivas scored a 90th-minute equalizer to give the Lions a share of the points and disappoint a season-high Gillette Stadium crowd of 25,203.


April 27, 2016
NARROW ESCAPE
Late goal lifts Revs into tie with Timbers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--On a Wednesday night when the New England Revolution struggled to break through a stout and tightly packed Portland Timber defense, an 89th minute goal earned the home side a hard-fought 1-1 draw with the defending champions at Gillette Stadium.


April 23, 2016
FALLING HARD
Late goals, controversy cost Revs

WASHINGTON--For 86 minutes, the New England Revolution were at least in the game, but one brilliant goal and one controversial one ended that as D.C. United sparked to a 3-0 win at RFK Stadium on Saturday.


April 17, 2016
WILD ONE
Penalties, missed calls mar Revs' draw with Orlando City

ORLANDO--Neither team went home happy as Orlando City SC and the New England Revolution battled to a wire-to-wire 2-2 tie Sunday at the Citrus Bowl.


April 9, 2016
SHARING THE POINTS
Revs, Toronto tie 1-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- The New England Revolution held Sebastian Giovinco in check for nearly an hour, but the reigning MLS MVP and Golden Boot holder broke through for a 58th minute equalizer to give Toronto FC a share of the points as the Eastern Conference rivals played to a 1-1 draw on a cool and overcast Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.


April 1, 2016
UGLY BUT EFFECTIVE
Revs edge shorthanded Red Bulls 1-0 on Fagundez goal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Diego Fagundez ran on to Juan Agudelo's 55th-minute cross to score the only goal New England needed to beat the New York Red Bulls 1-0 Friday night at Gillette Stadium.


March 26, 2016
ESCAPE FROM THE BRONX
Man-down Revs salvage 1-1 draw on Tierney goal

BRONX, NY---Chris Tierney’s deflected free kick neutralized an early score by Thomas McNamara and the New England Revolution escaped Yankee Stadium with a 1-1 draw despite playing the final forty minutes shorthanded after Gershon Koffie was sent off early in the second half.


March 25, 2016
SLOW START
Revs head to NYC still looking for 1st win

Slow starts are nothing new to the New England Revolution (0-1-2, 2 points), who travel to Gotham in search of their first win of the young season against second-year New York City FC (1-1-1, 4 points) at Yankee Stadium Saturday afternoon (CSN, 3:00 p.m. ET).


March 21, 2016
GETTING THE CALL
Revolution's Nguyen, Watson with national teams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen and defender Je-Vaughn Watson have been called in to training camp for 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.


March 20, 2016
BAD TO WORSE
Man down Revs fall to Union 3-0

CHESTER, Pa.--- Opening the season with two ties was not exactly the start the New England Revolution were hoping for. Add a 3-0 road loss to the Philadelphia Union at Talen Energy Stadium, and the season is off to a less than auspicious start.


March 18, 2016
A YEAR LATE
Lee Nguyen finally gets (closer) to what he deserves

The Revolution might have been a year late and a few dollars short in re-doing Lee Nguyen’s contract. But Nguyen was saying the right things after the announcement Friday.


March 18, 2016
NEW DEAL
Revolution revises Nguyen contract

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have signed midfielder Lee Nguyen to a new contract for the second time in two years, the team announced Friday.


March 16, 2016
HOOSIER SIGNING
Revolution ink Femi Hollinger-Janzen

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have signed third-round (51st overall) SuperDraft choice Femi Hollinger-Janzen, the team announced Wednesday.


March 12, 2016
POINT TAKEN
Revolution play DC United to scoreless draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution nearly snatched a late win but Kelyn Rowe pulled his shot just wide of the post and the Revs had to settle for their fourth consecutive scoreless home opener and their second draw of the young season, splitting the points with DC United 0-0 Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


March 11, 2016
JUST WIN, BABY
Revs less concerned about avenging playoff loss than taking three points from DC United on Saturday

For the last two seasons, the New England Revolution, who open their 2016 home schedule on Saturday at Gillette Stadium against long-time rival DC United (CSN, 3:00 p.m. ET), have been a team of streaks.


March 6, 2016
MAKING HIMSELF HEARD
Revolution's Fagundez starts with a bang

HOUSTON -- Revolution coach Jay Heaps thought Diego Fagundez had a “quiet night” in the season-opener Sunday. But Fagundez made enough noise to get the attention of the Houston Dynamo, scoring once and helping set up two goals as Revolution played to a 3-3 tie.


March 6, 2016
FAST START, DRAMATIC FINISH
Revolution pull out 3-3 tie with Dynamo

HOUSTON -- The Revolution started fast in their 21st season. And they also displayed resourcefulness after squandering the lead, provided by a third-minute Diego Fagundez goal, in playing to a 3-3 tie with the Houston Dynamo Sunday.


March 5, 2016
OBJECTIVE: MLS CUP
Revolution prepared to go on without Jermaine Jones

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The Revolution traded Jermaine Jones on the eve of their 21st season. But the Revolution had been preparing contingency plans since October, when Jones was involved in his final act with the team.


March 4, 2016
TRADED
Revolution deal Jermaine Jones to Rapids

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have traded midfielder Jermaine Jones to the Colorado Rapids in exchange for Colorado’s natural first-round draft pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft and general allocation money in a sign-and-trade.


March 4, 2016
CONTENDER
Je-Vaughn Watson joins Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have acquired Jamaican international defender/midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson from FC Dallas in exchange for the club’s natural third-round draft pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, the team announced Friday.


March 3, 2016
SIGNING GAMBLE
Revolution inks forward, goalkeeper

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have signed forward Michael Gamble and goalkeeper Matt Turner, the team announced Thursday.


March 3, 2016
MONEY DEAL
Revolution send Charlie Horton to D.C. United

FOXBOROUGH, Mass -- The New England Revolution have acquired general allocation money from D.C. United in exchange for U.S. U-23 national team goalkeeper Charlie Horton in a sign-and-trade, the team announced Thursday.


March 1, 2016
GOOD EXAMPLE
Revolution re-sign Scott Caldwell

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have signed midfielder Scott Caldwell to a contract, the team announced Tuesday.


February 27, 2016
JEWEL OF A WIN
Revolution take Desert Diamond title

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The New England Revolution captured the Desert Diamond Cup championship with a 1-0 victory over the Columbus Crew at Kino North Stadium Saturday night.


February 24, 2016
TEAL TIME
Bunbury leads Revolution second-half rally

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Teal Bunbury scored a goal and set up Steve Neumann for the tie-breaking score in the second half as the New England Revolution defeated the Houston Dynamo, 2-1, in a Desert Diamond Classic match at Kino North Stadium Wednesday night.


February 20, 2016
REVOLUTION RALLY
Bunbury goal gives New England draw with SKC

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The New England Revolution played Sporting Kansas City to a 1-1 draw in a Desert Diamond Cup match at Kino North Stadium Saturday night. Teal Bunbury scored for the Revolution, who have tied twice in two games in the tournament.


February 17, 2016
WILD NIGHT IN TUCSON
Revolution squander lead, rally for 3-3 tie with RSL

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The New England Revolution squandered a two-goal lead and a man advantage, but rallied for a 3-3 tie with Real Salt Lake in a preseason game at Kino North Stadium Wednesday.


February 11, 2016
MIDFIELD HELP
Revolution acquire Gershon Koffie

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution acquired midfielder Gershon Koffie from the Vancouver Whitecaps in exchange for general allocation money and targeted allocation money (TAM).


February 9, 2016
SHORT STAY
Revolution waive Sean Okoli

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have waived forward Sean Okoli, the team announced Tuesday.


February 8, 2016
LONG-TERM LOSS
Revolution DP Kouassi injured in Swiss Super League match

Xavier Kouassi, signed last week as a Designated Player by the Revolution, will be out for at least six months after being injured playing for FC Sion Sunday.


February 6, 2016
SECOND LOSS
Davies scores again as Revolution fall to Whitecaps

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The New England Revolution concluded the first leg of their preseason schedule with a 3-2 loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saturday night.


February 4, 2016
LATE SCORE
Revolution rally falls short in loss to FC Dallas

CASA GRANDE, Ariz. -- Steve Neumann scored a second-half goal, but the New England Revolution fell, 2-1, to FC Dallas in a preseason game Thursday.


February 3, 2016
SHUTOUT START
Rowe, Davies lead Revolution to 2-0 win over 'Quakes

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Kelyn Rowe and Charlie Davies scored first-half goals as the New England Revolution opened the preseason with a 2-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes Wednesday.


February 2, 2016
EXTENDED
Providence Friars give Lopes new contract

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Providence College announced Tuesday women’s coach Sam Lopes has signed a contract extension through the 2021 season. Lopes, who became the ninth coach in the history of the program April 10, 2014, has guided the Friars to back-to-back appearances in the Big East Tournament, advancing to the championship game last year.


February 1, 2016
DESIGNATED REPLACEMENT
Kouassi could be Revolution solution in midfield

The New England Revolution could be losing Jermaine Jones. But the team has acquired a lower-profile, younger, and, presumably, lower-salaried replacement in FC Sion’s Xavier Kouassi.


February 1, 2016
DP ON THE WAY
Revolution add midfielder Kouassi from FC Sion

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution announced the signing of Ivory Coast midfielder Xavier Kouassi as a Designated Player Monday. Kouassi will be added to the roster during the Secondary Transfer Window upon the expiration of his contract with FC Sion June 30, pending receipt of his P1 Visa and International Transfer Certificate.


January 25, 2016
NO. 1 SIGNING
Revolution inks Jordan McCrary

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Revolution have signed first-round MLS SuperDraft pick Jordan McCrary to a contract, the team announced Monday.


January 22, 2016
LOANER
Revolution acquires defender from Sporting

The New England Revolution have acquired defender Sambinha on loan from Sporting Clube de Portugal. Sambinha is the first player to be loaned to the Revolution since it entered into a strategic partnership with Sporting in October 2014.


January 19, 2016
FORWARD CHOICE
Revolution picks Hoosier Hollinger-Janzen

The New England Revolution selected forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen in the third round (51st overall) of the MLS SuperDraft Tuesday.


January 14, 2016
STARTING CONTENDER
Heaps hopes Revolution have their right back

Revolution coach Jay Heaps believes Jordan McCrary has the ability to be the team’s starting right back next season. And Heaps should know, since right back was Heaps’ position for most of his 11-year professional career.


January 14, 2016
TAKING A GAMBLE
Revolution selects Wake Forest forward in second round

The New England Revolution picked former Wake Forest University forward Michael Gamble with the 10th selection of the second round of the MLS SuperDraft Thursday.


January 14, 2016
RIGHT CHOICE
Revolution selects defender Jordan McCrary

The New England Revolution selected North Carolina defender Jordan McCrary with the 10th pick in the MLS SuperDraft Thursday.


January 7, 2016
SCHEDULE SET
Revolution opens with Houston, closes with Montreal

The New England Revolution will open their 21st MLS season against the Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium Sunday, March 6 and play the first of 17 home matches against D.C. United at Gillette Stadium Saturday, March 12.


January 6, 2016
FRESH INK
Revs sign Fagundez to multiyear contract

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez has signed a new multiyear contract.


December 29, 2015
SET FOR THE DESERT
Revs to play in Diamond Cup again

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – For the fifth consecutive year, the New England Revolution will take part in the Desert Diamond Cup in Tucson, Arizona.


December 22, 2015
OPENING ON THE ROAD
Revolution start 2016 season against Houston at BBVA Compass Stadium

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will open their 2016 campaign at BBVA Compass Stadium against the Houston Dynamo on Sunday, March 6. Kickoff will be 3:00 pm ET.


December 18, 2015
NEUMANN IS BACK
Revs re-sign midfielder

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed midfielder Steve Neumann. Neumann, who has made 32 regular-season appearances for the Revs since being selected with the No. 4 pick in the first round of the 2014 MLS SuperDraft, originally did not have his contract option picked up by the club on Nov. 25.


December 16, 2015
NEW DEAL
Revolution sign Chris Tierney to new contract

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution signed defender Chris Tierney to a new multiyear contract on Wednesday.


December 11, 2015
SIX GAMES
Jermaine Jones suspended after confrontation with referee

NEW YORK – New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones has been suspended by the MLS Disciplinary Committee for six matches and fined an undisclosed amount for his conduct toward a match official in the 92nd minute of New England’s MLS Cup Playoff match against D.C. United on October 28, 2015.


November 25, 2015
ROSTER MOVES
Revs exercise options on 14 players

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has exercised the 2016 contract options on 14 players.


November 6, 2015
MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Revs' Jermaine Jones called for World Cup Qualifier

CHICAGO - New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones has been called in to the U.S. National Team for the upcoming CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers against St. Vincent and The Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago.


November 4, 2015
PREPARED
Maryland men roll by Rutgers Scarlet Knights

COLLEGE PARK, Md.--The Maryland men’s team snapped No. 16 Rutgers’ seven-game winning streak with a 3-1 victory in the final regular-season Big Ten Conference match at Ludwig Field Wednesday night.


October 28, 2015
END OF THE LINE
Revs lose knockout match to DC United

WASHINGTON, DC--DC United ended the New England Revolution’s 2015 season with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory on a wet Wednesday night at RFK Stadium in the Eastern Conference knockout round.


October 25, 2015
SPOT SECURED
Revs defeat NYC FC 3-1

BRONX, NY--With a 3-1 win over New York City FC in front of 34,150 at Yankee Stadium Sunday, the New England Revolution clinched the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.


October 17, 2015
DOWN TO THE WIRE
Revs lose to Montreal, extend playoff chase to the last game of the season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution sent a franchise-record Gillette Stadium crowd of 42,947 home without what they wanted most on Saturday night - a ticket to the MLS playoffs -- falling 1-0 to the Montreal Impact on a 55th-minute goal by Ignacio Piatti.


October 3, 2015
SPOILER ALERT
Revs' playoff hunt continues after 3-1 loss to Chicago

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--For the third straight week the New England Revolution failed to secure a postseason berth as the Chicago Fire came from behind to claim a 3-1 win Saturday at Toyota Park.


September 28, 2015
ONE-MAN SHOW
Union 'keeper Andre Blake frustrates Revolution

The Philadelphia Union were so sure that Andre Blake was the next coming of Donovan Ricketts that they traded up in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft to get him, giving DC United their number two pick plus allocation money and making the Jamaica native and University of Connecticut standout the first goalkeeper in MLS history chosen with the top pick.


September 26, 2015
NOT QUITE YET
Revs' playoff pursuit continues after tie with Union

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--With a chance to clinch a playoff spot and claim the top spot in the East, the New England Revolution dominated every phase of play but could not get past Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake as the teams played to a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.


September 19, 2015
MONTREAL MELTDOWN
Streaking Revs stopped short by Impact

MONTREAL--On a wet night at sold-out Stade Saputo, the Montreal Impact took advantage of deflections on either side of intermission and the skill of Didier Drogba to post a 3-0 win and end the New England Revolution’s winning streak at six and unbeaten run at eight.


September 18, 2015
ALL-AROUND EFFORT
Revs' defensive success starts on the attacking end

Sometimes the key to defense is in the attacking end. That was the message from New England head coach Jay Heaps and goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth after the Revs bottled up the high-powered New York Red Bulls offense on Wednesday night in Foxborough on their way to grinding out a 2-1 victory and overtaking New York to claim pole position in the Eastern Conference.


September 16, 2015
YOUNG GUNS
Fagundez, Rowe lift Revs over Red Bulls, into first place

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Diego Fagundez scored in his fourth consecutive match to give the New England Revolution an early lead and Kelyn Rowe broke a deadlock midway through the second half to lead the Revs past the New York Red Bulls 2-1 at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night.


September 13, 2015
RED HOT
Revolution top Toronto FC 3-1

TORONTO--The New England Revolution made the most of their limited opportunities on Sunday afternoon, capitalizing on Toronto FC errors and topping their conference rivals 3-1 at BMO Field despite conceding a majority of possession and most of the chances.


September 7, 2015
HITTING THEIR STRIDE
Revs look strong heading into the homestretch of the season

Despite dominating possession and creating all the scoring opportunities, it took nearly an entire half for the New England Revolution to break down the depleted but dogged Orlando City SC on Saturday night, but when the breakthrough goal came, it came in spectacular fashion. The decisive 43rd-minute sequence began in the defensive end and illustrated many of the elements that makes the Revs so dangerous to play and fun to watch as they hit the regular season homestretch and prepare for another assault on the playoffs.


September 5, 2015
LION TAMERS
Revs cruise past Orlando City, 3-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution continued their late-season march to the playoffs, extending their winning streak to four games with a dominating 3-0 win over Orlando City SC in the expansion side’s first trip to Gillette Stadium.


August 29, 2015
UNION BUSTERS
Revolution edge Philadelphia, 1-0

CHESTER, Pa. – Diego Fagundez’s goal in the 51st minute was all the offense mustered, but it was enough to propel the New England Revolution past the Philadelphia Union, 1-0, before a crowd of 17,117 Saturday night at PPL Park.


August 15, 2015
WEATHER MEN
Revolution prevail over Dynamo, elements in storm-delayed 2-0 win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- On a long night in Foxborough punctuated by two weather delays totaling nearly three hours, the New England Revolution made the wait worthwhile with a pair of late goals to claim a 2-0 victory over the visiting Houston Dynamo Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


August 2, 2015
LOOKING GOOD
New England Revolution head into bye week with a good feeling about the rest of the season

It may be premature to say that the New England Revolution are on a roll, but as the team heads into a bye week, it’s not too farfetched to say that things are looking up.

After dropping five straight, the streaky Revs (8-9-7, 31 points) have put together a modest three-game unbeaten run (2-0-1) punctuated by a convincing 3-1 home win over Eastern Conference rival Toronto FC on Saturday night.


August 1, 2015
REVS OVER REDS
Davies leads New England Revolution past shorthanded TFC, 3-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution jumped out to a 2-0 lead at intermission and cruised to a 3-1 victory over Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night. Charlie Davies scored on either side of the break and the visitors were reduced to ten men after Jozy Altidore was sent off late in the opening half.


July 25, 2015
ROWE DELIVERS FOR REVS
Midfielder scores to lift New England Revolution into 2-2 draw with Chicago Fire

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--Lee Nguyen scored early and Kelyn Rowe equalized late as the New England Revolution and the Chicago Fire played to a 2-2 draw at Toyota Park on Saturday night.


July 18, 2015
EXPANSIVE WIN
Revolution snap skid with 1-0 victory over NYC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution broke a five-game losing streak with a vital 1-0 win over New York City FC at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night as an early Lee Nguyen goal held up and the visitors played the final fifty minutes with ten men after Ned Grabavoy was sent off.


July 11, 2015
BULL-IED
Revs lose big to Red Bulls

HARRISON, N.J. – The New England Revolution surrendered three goals in the first 12 minutes on their way to a 4-1 loss to the New York Red Bulls Saturday at Red Bull Arena.


July 8, 2015
ELIMINATED
Revs U-16s fall to Union in Academy playoffs

CHESTER, Pa. – The New England Revolution Academy Under-16 team was eliminated from the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Playoffs after suffering a 5-3 extra time defeat in their quarterfinal match with the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park’s Training Grounds.


July 4, 2015
NO FIREWORKS FOR REVS
Despite missing starters, FC Dallas rolls to 3-0 win over Revs

FRISCO, Texas---Despite playing a Gold Cup depleted team, the New England Revolution could not break their losing streak, falling for the fourth straight time, 3-0 to FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium Saturday night.


June 28, 2015
STRUGGLING TO STAY AFLOAT
Revs flailing after home loss to Vancouver

The New England Revolution’s attempt to right their ship after two away losses ran aground on home shoals Saturday night as the Revs encountered a perfect tempest while hosting the top team from the West.


June 27, 2015
FALLING SHORT
10-man Revolution lose to Vancouver

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution’s home unbeaten streak came to a crashing end at Gillette Stadium on a damp Saturday night when a pair of first-half Vancouver goals gave the Whitecaps a 2-1 interconference victory as the Revs played the final hour with ten men.


June 24, 2015
NOT AGAIN!
Revs squander another lead, game

COLUMBUS, Ohio--For the second time in four days, the New England Revolution squandered an early advantage on the road and lost by a 2-1 margin to an Eastern Conference rival as a pair of Kei Kamara goals on either side of intermission gave the Columbus Crew a comeback win on Wednesday night.


June 21, 2015
WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
Revs rue missed opportunities against DC United

After scoring his second goal in as many matches this season against his former club, New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies came away from Sunday’s 2-1 loss to D.C. United lamenting that he hadn’t scored a third or fourth.


June 21, 2015
CAN'T HANG ON
Revs again give up lead, fall to DC

WASHINGTON, DC---A pair of second-half goals from Chris Rolfe gave DC United a come-from-behind 2-1 win over the New England Revolution after Charlie Davies had given the visitors an early lead on a sweltering afternoon in the nation’s capital.


June 17, 2015
EARLY EXIT
Revolution knocked out by Charlotte

BOSTON –The New England Revolution's time in the 2015 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup came to a quick end, with a 1-0 loss to the Charlotte Independence


June 14, 2015
SEIZING HIS MOMENTS
Confident Fagundez makes the most of rare start

Diego Fagundez turned twenty years of age just six months ago but he’s already been earning a paycheck as a professional athlete for five years. On Saturday night, sporting a slicked-back gold-streaked crest and appearing in his 100th regular season game, the youngest player in MLS history to reach that mark, Fagundez delivered what was arguably his most brilliant moment.


June 13, 2015
BIG WIN
Revolution snap skid by blanking Fire 2-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Diego Fagundez led the New England Revolution to a 2-0 victory over the Chicago Fire on Saturday night in Foxborough, scoring his second goal of the season early in the second half and setting up a Charlie Davies goal moments later.


June 12, 2015
EXTENDED ABSENCE
Revs' Jones sidelined for 6-8 weeks

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones underwent surgery on Friday to repair a bilateral sports hernia.


June 12, 2015
SHAKE IT OFF
Streaky Revs looking to get back on track against Fire

The hot-and-cold Revs are up to their streaky tricks again. After starting the season scoreless through three matches, the Revs hit their stride with a nine-game unbeaten run before hitting a wall and entering a six-game winless patch. It’s anyone’s guess which New England side will show up for Saturday’s contest at Gillette Stadium with the Chicago Fire.


June 10, 2015
QUICK TRIP
Revs loan Knighton to Richmond

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has loaned goalkeeper Brad Knighton to the USL’s Richmond Kickers ahead of tonight’s game against the Charleston Battery.


June 6, 2015
FALLING FLAT
Late collapse dooms Revs against Portland

PORTLAND--Fanendo Adi scored two goals in the last four minutes as the Portland Timbers shut out the New England Revolution 2-0 Saturday at Providence Park.


June 1, 2015
IN LIKE A LION
May ends for Revs with a wet whimper

In like a lion, out like a lamb. The phrase usually applies to the month of March, but it could also describe the month that just ended for the New England Revolution. Or perhaps a more apt epigram might be, in like a daydream, out like a deluge.


May 31, 2015
DOWNPOUR
4 goals, lots of rain marks Revs-Galaxy draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- With a driving rain pounding the Gillette Stadium turf, the New England Revolution and LA Galaxy played to a 2-2 draw Sunday night with all four goals coming in a lively first half.


May 27, 2015
ON THE BALLOT
Eight from Revs nominated for All Star Game

Eight New England Revolution players have been chosen for the fan ballot for the 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Game against English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur FC on July 29 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Denver, Co. Fan voting is now open at http://www.mlssoccer.com/all-star/2015/vote.


May 26, 2015
MIXED EMOTIONS
Heaps, Olsen react to Saturday's 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium

The two long-time adversaries embraced along the bench after their teams had ground to a 1-1 stalemate on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, though neither combatant was sure if he was satisfied or disappointed with the outcome.


May 23, 2015
HANGING ON
Nine-man Revs gut out 1-1 draw with DC United

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Charlie Davies scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season in first-half stoppage time to victimize his former club, but Jairo Arrieta equalized late for DC United after the New England Revolution was reduced to nine men at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


May 20, 2015
END OF THE RUN
Revolution streak ends with 4-2 loss to Sporting KC

KANSAS CITY, Kan.--Sporting Kansas City ended the New England Revolution’s unbeaten streak at nine games with a 4-2 thumping on Wednesday night at Sporting Park.


May 17, 2015
NOT GOOD ENOUGH
Revs disappointed with draw against Toronto FC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution had just extended their unbeaten streak to nine games, their last loss coming two months ago at Yankee Stadium in the second game of the season, but the mood in the home locker room at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night was more somber than celebratory.


May 16, 2015
WIDE OPEN DRAW
Revolution scores first, but settles for draw with TFC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--For the second straight game the New England Revolution failed to protect a lead and had to settle for a draw, as a Michael Bradley goal early in the second half neutralized one in the opening frame by Juan Agudelo and gave Toronto FC a share of the points at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.


May 8, 2015
NARROW ESCAPE
Revolution blows lead, but escapes with 2-2 draw against Orlando

ORLANDO--The New England Revolution watched a two-goal lead slip away as Orlando City SC mounted a late surge to snatch a hard-earned 2-2 draw in the Citrus Bowl on Friday night.


May 7, 2015
STREAKING SOUTH
Revs ride seven-game unbeaten run to Orlando

After taking maximum points from a two-game homestand, the New England Revolution (5-2-2, 17 points) will migrate south for a first encounter with expansion Orlando City SC (2-4-2, 8 points) under Friday night lights in the Citrus Bowl (Univision Deportes, English commentary via SAP, 8:00 p.m. ET).


May 3, 2015
A VERY GOOD TEAM
Revs make the most of few chances against the Red Bulls

With real estate at a premium and breathing room hard to come by, the New England Revolution struggled to find a sustained a rhythm against the hard-nosed New York Red Bulls on a crystal clear Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


May 2, 2015
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Revolution hand Red Bulls their first loss of the season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Charlie Davies and Teal Bunbury scored on either side of intermission and the New England Revolution held on for a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


May 1, 2015
REMATCH
Revs face Red Bulls for first time since last year's Eastern Conference finals

The Foxborough faithful will get an early season top-of-the-table treat when the undefeated New York Red Bulls (3-0-4, 13 points) travel up the seaboard to face off against the New England Revolution (4-2-2, 14 points) in a Saturday night rematch of last season’s MLS Cup Eastern Conference Championship Series (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


April 26, 2015
SATISFYING TRIUMPH
Revolution enjoy rare win over RSL

Yes, Real Salt Lake was without veteran team leader and US international goalkeeper Nick Rimando...and playmaker and all-time assist leader Javier Morales...and first-choice center backs Chris Shuler and Jamison Olave. But none of that made the New England Revolution’s commanding 4-0 rout of the Wasatch wounded in front of a season-high Gillette crowd of 17,982, their first win over RSL in eight tries dating back to 2009, any less sweet.


April 25, 2015
REVS ROMP
Blank RSL 4-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution erupted for two goals on either side of intermission against a depleted Real Salt Lake side on Saturday night to claim their first win over the Claret-and-Cobalt since 2009, a 4-0 rout at Gillette Stadium.


April 24, 2015
ON THE DL
Barnes out for six months

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has placed defender Darrius Barnes on the disabled list after he underwent successful surgery to repair a torn patellar tendon in his left knee.


April 24, 2015
LOANED OUT
Revs send Spangenberg to Richmond

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has agreed to loan goalkeeper Trevor Spangenberg to the Richmond Kickers. Spangenberg will join the Kickers ahead of their matchup with FC Montreal on Saturday afternoon at Stade Saputo, and he will return to the Revolution following that game.


April 24, 2015
REAL TEST
Revs host RSL on Saturday

The New England Revolution (3-2-2, 11 points) will look to extend their 2015 unbeaten run to six games and their home unbeaten streak to fourteen games when they open a two-game homestand against Real Salt Lake (2-1-3, 9 points) at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET) .


April 19, 2015
RIGHT MOVES
Revs come back to beat Union 2-1

CHESTER, Pa.---New England Head Coach Jay Heaps dialed up the right second-half moves as Teal Bunbury and Diego Fagundez came off the bench to join Charlie Davies in leading the Revolution to a come-from-behind 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on Sunday afternoon.


April 16, 2015
JERMAINE JONES TO GET HIS BOBBLEHEAD
He's the latest Revolution star to be so honored

Fans at Gillette Stadium on May 2 when the Revolution hosts the New York Red Bulls will receive a Jermaine Jones bobblehead,


April 14, 2015
ALYSSA NAEHER IS WORLD CUP-BOUND
Breakers keeper chosen for U.S. squad

BOSTON - Breakers goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher has been named to the 23-player United States roster for the 2015 Women's World Cup.


April 13, 2015
FROM THE REVOLTION TO THE ALAMO
Nguyen, Agudelo selected for USA in Mexico match

Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen and forward Juan Agudelo have been called in to the U.S. National Team ahead of the friendly against Mexico


April 11, 2015
JONES SHOWS HE'S READY TO GO
U.S. World Cup star looked fit in draw with Crew

The New England Revolution and Columbus Crew seem to have retained the attacking spirit that marked their MLS playoff series last season. But neither team could find a finishing touch as they played to a 0-0 tie Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.


April 11, 2015
ACTION BUT NO RESULT
Revolution, Crew battle to 0-0 draw

The New England Revolution and Columbus Crew seem to have retained the attacking spirit that marked their MLS playoff series last season. But neither team could find a finishing touch as they played to a 0-0 tie Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.


April 4, 2015
TWO IN A ROW
Revolution top Rapids, 2-0

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – Juan Agudelo scored his first goal since returning to Major League Soccer and Lee Nguyen added a second-half penalty to give the New England Revolution a 2-0 victory over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.


April 4, 2015
CAUTIOUSLY CONFIDENT
Revolution wary of winless Rapids

The New England Revolution (1-2-1, 4 points) will take a modest two-game unbeaten streak on the road when they take on the struggling Colorado Rapids (0-0-3, 3 points) at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Saturday night (myTV38, 7:00 p.m. ET).


April 3, 2015
REVS MAKE LOANS TO RHINOS
Rookies Rudy, Mulgrew off to Rochester

The Revolution has agreed to loan midfielder Tyler Rudy and forward Timi Mulgrew to the Rochester Rhinos,


April 1, 2015
USL REVIEW
Crowds flock to openers

Louisville City FC welcomed 6,067 fans to Slugger Field, including a good contingent that made the trip from Saint Louis, and James O’Connor’s side put on a strong showing to start the season with three points, taking a 2-0 decision.


March 31, 2015
ROWE WAS MLS' BEST
Two goals earn Rev player-of-week honor

NEW YORK – Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe has been voted Major League Soccer Player of the Week


March 28, 2015
ENDING THE SKID
Rowe scores twice as Revs top Quakes 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Just as they did last year on their way to the MLS Cup Final, the New England Revolution ended a season-opening three-game winless and scoreless streak with a 2-1 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes, riding a first-half Kelyn Rowe brace in the snow at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


March 26, 2015
GAME CHANGE
Revs switch date for match with Fire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution’s home game on Wednesday, April 15 against the Chicago Fire will now be played on Saturday, June 13. The game will still kick off at 7:30 p.m.


March 21, 2015
STILL SCORELESS
Man-up Revs settle for 0-0 draw with Montreal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Despite playing the final half-hour with a man advantage, the New England Revolution remained scoreless in 2015 and had to settle for a disappointing 0-0 draw with the Montreal Impact in the season home opener at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


March 20, 2015
HIGH HOPES FOR HOME OPENER
Revs try to put season on right track against Montreal

After starting the season with two road losses and failing to find the net, the New England Revolution (0-2-0, 0 points) will try to get their season on track when they host the Montreal Impact (0-1-0, 0 points) in Foxborough on Saturday afternoon (CSN, 3:00 p.m. ET).


March 18, 2015
THERE'S A NEW REV
Timi Mulgrew signs

The Revolution has signed of forward Timi Mulgrew who was on trial with the club throughout the preseason


March 15, 2015
A BRONX BOMB
Revolution struggles continue in 2-0 loss to NYC FC

BRONX, NY---The New England Revolution continued to stumble out of the 2015 block without Jermaine Jones, falling to expansion NYCFC 2-0 in the inaugural league match at Yankee Stadium Sunday evening.


March 14, 2015
COMING HOME
Agudelo looks forward to his return to NY

BRONX, NY -- The New England Revolution barely has started its 20th Major League Soccer season and already Juan Agudelo faces major problems when he returns to the metropolitan area. No, nothing controversial. He's just trying to make sure he will satisfy friends and family.


March 8, 2015
FORGETTABLE FIRST NIGHT
Revs routed by Seattle

In a battle between two teams that came up short in their 2014 bids for a first MLS Cup, the defending Supporters’ Shield winner got the best of the Cup runner-up as the Seattle Sounders claimed a 3-0 opening day win over the visiting New England Revolution Sunday at CenturyLink Field.


March 5, 2015
BACKED UP IN GOAL
Revs sign Trevor Spangenburg

The Revolution has signed goalkeeper Trevor Spangenberg, who had been on trial with the club throughout the preseason.


March 2, 2015
YOUNG REVS HEED THE U.S. CALL
Three off for U-16 tourney, one to train with U-15s

Four New England Revolution Academy players have been called to U.S. Youth National Teams.


February 28, 2015
THEY PASSED THE TEST
Revs sign pair of preseason trialists

The New England Revolution has signed defender London Woodberry and midfielder Tyler Rudy,


February 22, 2015
DESERT DRAW
Revs tie Rapids 1-1

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution played to a 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids in their second game of the 2015 Desert Diamond Cup on Saturday night at the Kino Sports Complex. Diego Fagundez scored the Revs only goal of the game in the 54th minute, canceling out a Gabriel Torres strike to earn a share of the points for the Revs.


February 10, 2015
JERMAINE JONES SURGERY SUCCESSFUL
Revs midfielder expected to be out 4-6 weeks

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones has undergone successful sports hernia surgery at the Institute for Sports Science, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif.


February 3, 2015
HE'S THE JUAN
Revs, Agudelo feel at home with his return

It's as if he never left. That's the feeling around the New England Revolution camp about Juan Agudelo and his less-than two-year sojourn to Europe.


January 30, 2015
JUAN AGUDELO IS BACK IN NEW ENGLAND
Revs retained his MLS rights after leaving in 2013

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has re-signed forward Juan Agudelo,


January 23, 2015
ONE MORE TIME
Donnie Smith re-signs with Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has re-signed midfielder Donnie Smith.


January 19, 2015
OKOLI SIGNS WITH REVS
Former Sounder was draft-day trade

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has completed the signing of forward Sean Okoli


January 15, 2015
NO NEW REVS COMING
Second-round pick traded to Seattle

PHILADELPHIA – When you don't have a first-round selection in the MLS draft, you punt, or the soccer equivalent, you trade your second-round pick away.


January 14, 2015
BUNBURY'S BACK
Signs multi-year deal with Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution re-signed forward Teal Bunbury to a multi-year contract.


Januray 9, 2015
ON THE MOVE
Jones, Nguyen called to U.S. Men's National Team

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution midfielders Jermaine Jones and Lee Nguyen have been called into the U.S. Men’s National Team for the annual January training camp,


January 7, 2014
COMPLETE CALENDAR
Revolution's full schedule released

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Major League Soccer released the New England Revolution's complete schedule for the 2015 season. The Revolution will play a total of 24 games against their nine fellow Eastern Conference foes while they will face each of the 10 clubs in the Western Conference once.


January 7, 2015
REVOLUTION SETS PRE-SEASON SKED
Desert Diamond Cup again a feature

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution will open the club’s 2015 preseason on Thursday, Jan. 22


January 5, 2015
FAGUNDEZ MAKES THE GRADE
Revs' young star is on Uruguay U-20 squad

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez has been included in the Uruguay Under-20 National Team’s 23-man roster for the upcoming South American Youth Championship.


December 29, 2014
WELCOMED GUESTS
Revs get two road games before 2015 home opener

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution will open the 2015 MLS season on Sunday, March 8 when it travels to the Pacific Northwest


December 18, 2014
FINAL GRADES
Rating the 2014 New England Revolution

As the disappointment of another Cup Final loss fades into the rear view mirror, it’s time to take stock of a remarkable MLS campaign and post our report card for the 2014 New England Revolution.



REVS ON THE MOVE
Pick up a pair of MLS veterans

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution selected forward Tristan Bowen in the first round of Stage Two of the 2014 MLS Re-Entry Process.


December 15, 2014
STICKING WITH THE REVOLUTION
Keeper Knighton re-signs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has re-signed goalkeeper Brad Knighton,


December 12, 2014
NEVER-ENDING SEASON FOR FAGUNDEZ
Rev off to Uruguay for U-20 championship tourney

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez will depart for international duty with the Uruguay Under-20 national team.


December 11, 2014
CALL TO YOUTH
Revs Academy player in U.S. U-15 camp

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution Under-14 midfielder Isaac Angking has been called in to the U.S. Under-15 team camp,


December 10, 2014
NYC FC LIKES REVS PLAYERS
Mullins, Taylor chosen by expansion club

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution had two players selected in the MLS Expansion Draft, with forwards Patrick Mullins and Tony Taylor both being selected by New York City FC.


December 8, 2014
REVS ALREADY ON THE MOVE
Bring in ex-cop to man the goal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has acquired goalkeeper Joe Nasco and a third-round pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft from the Colorado Rapids


December 7, 2014
STILL NO CIGAR
Revolution falls to Galaxy 2-1 in MLS Cup

CARSON, Calif.---The New England Revolution still can't win the big one. In their fifth appearance in MLS Cup in Sunday, the Revs fell 2-1 in overtime to the Los Angeles Galaxy at the StubHub Center.


December 5, 2014
ALL THE INGREDIENTS
Revs and Galaxy both in top form heading into what could be a powerhouse MLS Cup final

“Beat LA! Beat LA! Beat LA!” It’s a chant that evokes fabled parquet, overhanging rafters, and three epic mid-1980s battles between Larry Bird’s Celtics and Magic Johnson’s Lakers for the NBA crown. The simple refrain, dormant since the hardwood rivalry resumed in 2009 and 2010, will be revived on Sunday afternoon when the New England Revolution take on the LA Galaxy at the StubHub Center in Carson, California and try for the fifth time to take home an elusive MLS Cup (ESPN, 3:00 p.m. ET).


December 2, 2014
NGUYEN NAMED TO MLS BEST XI
Revs star adds another laurel to breakout season

Lee Nguyen, a finalist for the league MVP award, has been named to the MLS Best XI for the first time in his career.


December 1, 2014
NEXT CHAPTER
Davies comeback saga continues after Revs' win closes the book on Red Bulls' Henry

In a thoroughly compelling Eastern Conference Championship series that delivered a trove of drama and suspense, one of the decisive moments arrived in the 66th minute of Sunday’s heart-stopping second leg.


November 29, 2014
MLS CUP FINALISTS
Revolution advance over Red Bulls with 2-2 draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The outcome wasn’t decided until the final whistle but the New England Revolution continued their red-hot late-season run, advancing to their fifth MLS Cup with a heart-stopping back-and-forth 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls that gave the Revs a 4-3 aggregate goals victory in the Eastern Conference Championship Series.


November 27, 2014
SOME RETIRING THOUGHTS
Revs' Joseph mulls hanging them up

The end is near for Shalrie Joseph.

He just doesn't know if it will be this season or next.

The veteran New England Revolution defensive midfielder is contemplating retirement from the game he loves.


November 26, 2014
THE JONES EFFECT
DP Jermaine Jones makes Revolution a better team -- and they know it

“Raymond Shaw is the kindest, warmest, bravest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life” So declares each member of the brainwashed US Marines platoon about their staff sergeant in The Manchurian Candidate, though we all know it’s just a cunning mind game and that the aloof Shaw and his devious handlers are up to no good. It’s hard not to imagine a similar conspiracy at work when week after week, with robot-like consistency, each and every member of the New England Revolution repeats the same monotonous refrain in praise of Jermaine Jones.


By Kristian R. Dyer
OFF THE HOOK
Source: MLS disciplinary committee reviews Jermaine Jones' yellow card, will not add suspension

BigAppleSoccer.com reports that New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones will not receive a suspension from the MLS Disciplinary Committee for his crunching tackle on Red Bulls midfielder Dax McCarty during Sunday's first leg of the Eastern Conference championship series, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.


November 23, 2014
'I'M PLAYING'
Henry on the 2nd leg on the turf in New England

HARRISON, N.J. -- In case you were wondering, Thierry Henry will play for the Red Bulls in the second leg of their Eastern Conference on the artificial surface of Gillette Stadium Saturday.


November 24, 2014
10 LITTLE YELLOW CARDS
Who got what and why in Red Bulls-Revs match

HARRISON N.J. -- Here is a quick look at the 10 yellow cards that referee Allen Chapman handed out in the Red Bulls' 2-1 playoff loss to the New England Revolution at Red Bull Arena Sunday afternoon


November 23, 2014
LEG UP
Revs take 2-1 lead over Red Bulls back to Foxborough

HARRISON, NJ--The New England Revolution achieved everything they needed to in New Jersey on Sunday afternoon, taking a decisive 2-1 lead in their two-game Eastern Conference Championship series with the New York Red Bulls.


November 22, 2014
MARQUEE MATCHUP
Revolution and Red Bulls open star-studded Eastern Conference championship series Sunday at RBA

On Sunday afternoon in the space-age enclosure of Red Bull Arena, after a two-week hiatus while the MLS postseason paused for international play, the New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls will meet in the first leg of the two-game, aggregate-goals 2014 Eastern Conference Finals (NBC, 1:30 p.m. ET). For MLS boosters, fans of the beautiful game, and long-enduring supporters of both teams, there’s not much more you could ask for.


November 20, 2014
NGUYEN UP FOR MLS MVP
Jones, Davies also finalists for league honors

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Three Revolution players are finalists for Major League Soccer’s end-of-the-year awards.


November 14, 2014
ON THE CLOCK EARLY
Revs have 5th choice at Chivas dispersal draft

NEW YORK – The official selection order for the 2014 MLS Dispersal Draft of former Chivas USA players has been determined.


November 14, 2014
OFF WEEK
Revolution could do without international break between playoff rounds

The way the Revolution are rolling, the last thing they want is extra time off between games. But this weekend’s international break didn’t offer third-year New England Head Coach Jay Heaps any choice in the matter.


November 14, 2014
A NGUYEN-ING GOAL
Nguyen's score vs. Houston in running for MLS' best

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen’s 65th minute strike against the Houston Dynamo on Oct. 16 has made it through to the Round of 16 in the MLS AT&T Goal of the Year voting.


November 12, 2014
LANDON TO SPEAK
At the NSCAA convention in Philly in January

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Landon Donovan Wednesday was named as a speaker at the 2015 National Soccer Coaches Association of America convention in Philadelphia in January.


November 10, 2014
ALL-AMERICANS
Nguyen, Jones off to play with USMNT before next playoff games

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielders Jermaine Jones and Lee Nguyen have been called in to the U.S. National Team for upcoming friendlies against Colombia and the Republic of Ireland.


November 9, 2014
BRING ON THE BULLS
Revs complete semifinal rout of Columbus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- A lively crowd of 20,184, the largest in New England playoff history, turned out Sunday at Gillette Stadium to see the New England Revolution dispatch the Columbus Crew 3-1 and advance to the MLS Eastern Conference Finals with a 7-3 aggregate-goals victory in the two-game semifinal matchup.


November 8, 2014
MASTERS OF THEIR FATE
Revs in prime position to advance to conference finals

After doing the hard work on the road in Columbus last weekend in the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference Semifinals, the task for the New England Revolution in Foxborough on Sunday (ESPN2, 5:00 p.m. ET) is pretty straightforward.


November 6, 2014
AN UNDER-16 U.S. CALL-UP
Revs' Daniel Jones off to play for his country

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution Under-16 defender Daniel Jones has been added to the United States Under-16 Boys’ National Team roster for a camp in Clairefontaine, France


November 5, 2014
BAD ACTING
Jones fined for simulation

NEW YORK – The MLS Disciplinary Committee has fined Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones an undisclosed amount for simulation in the 70th minute of the playoff game against the Columbus Crew on Nov. 1.


November 1, 2014
MASTERS OF THEIR FATE
Revolution take control of MLS East semis with 4-2 road win over Crew

COLUMBUS, Ohio--After MLS adopted away goals as the first tiebreaker for two-game playoff series, the New England Revolution happily accepted the invitation, attacking from the opening whistle and claiming a decisive 4-2 win over the Columbus Crew at Crew Stadium in Saturday's first leg of the Eastern Conference semifinal.


October 31, 2014
DO OR DIE
Revs open conference semis on the road against Columbus

The two hottest teams in MLS over the final third of the regular season will face off in the Eastern Conference Semifinal with the second-place New England Revolution (17-13-4, 55 points) on the road against the third-place Columbus Crew (14-10-10, 52 points) for Saturday’s opening leg of the two-game series (CSN, 4:00 p.m. ET).


October 30, 2014
THE FANS LOVE NGUYEN
Revs star voted MLS Player-of-Month

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder and MLS MVP candidate Lee Nguyen won MLS Etihad Airways Player of the Month honors for October through fan voting.


October 27, 2014
OMSBERG LOOKS GOOD WEARING LAUREL
Freshman keeper gets Ivy weekly award



October 26, 2014
TRI, TRI AGAIN
Mexico qualifies for Women's World Cup with third place win

CHESTER, Penn.—Veronica Corral scored two goals in overtime to give Mexi


October 25, 2014
PRIMED FOR THE POSTSEASON
Revs end regular season with win over Toronto

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- After collecting his plaque as the fans’ choice for team MVP, Lee Nguyen went out and justified the no-brainer choice by scoring the lone goal of the night as the playoff-bound Revs ended their regular season with a 1-0 win over Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


October 25, 2014
BEST OF THE REVS
Nguyen, Soares head postseason award winners

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Lee Nguyen was voted the 2014 New England Revolution Santander Most Valuable Player, winning the award with a record fan vote percentage.


October 24, 2014
KEEPING MOTIVATED
Revs' regular-season finale against Toronto important despite lack of postseason implications



Octoebr 24, 2014
NGUYEN'S A WINNER AGAIN
Scored MLS goal-of-week vs. Houston

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen’s 65th minute strike against the Houston Dynamo last Thursday night has been voted the MLS Goal of the Week for Week 32.


October 20, 2014
NGUYEN'S THE WINNER
Revs forward is MLS player-of-week

NEW YORK – Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen has been voted Major League Soccer Player of the Week.


October 16, 2014
ONE MORE TIME
Nguyen lifts Revs -- again

HOUSTON--Lee Nguyen did it again for the New England Revolution, spoiling Dominic Kinnear’s farewell match in Houston with a second-half brace. Nguyen’s sixteenth and seventeenth goals gave New England a 2-1 win over conference rivals Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium on Thursday night and assured the playoff-bound Revs of avoiding the preliminary knockout round.


October 15, 2014
PLENTY TO PLAY FOR
Rev's last two games all about postseason position

A few weeks ago, when the Eastern Conference table remained tightly congested, it looked like the playoff race would end up going down to the wire. Instead, separation arrived early and, barring a colossal Columbus Crew collapse, all that remains is the final sorting out among the top five contenders.


October 11, 2014
PROMISED LAND
Nguyen lifts Revolution into the playoffs

MONTREAL--In an MVP-worthy season that was already full of timely invention, Lee Nguyen found a new way to score, lifting the New England Revolution into the playoffs with a spectacular 69th minute chip from the edge of the penalty area.


October 11, 2014
CALLED TO U.S. DUTY
Jones leaves Revs for friendly with Honduras

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones has been called in to the U.S. National Team


October 10, 2014
TREADING CAREFULLY
Red-hot Revs taking nothing for granted against Montreal on Saturday

The hottest team in MLS takes on the league's lowest ranked side when the New England Revolution (15-13-3, 48 points) crosses the border to play the Montreal Impact (6-18-7, 25 points) at Stade Saputo Saturday afternoon (CSN, 4:00 p.m.).


October 8, 2014
DIDN'T LIKE HIS ACT
MLS fines Davies for embellishment

NEW YORK – The MLS Disciplinary Committee has fined New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies an undisclosed amount


October 6, 2014
WORLD CLASS
Jones fueling Revs' strong stretch run

There are a few things Jermaine Jones has had to adjust to in his transition from Europe and the world stage to Major League Soccer. His Gillette Stadium debut on September 3 marked the first time the German-born midfielder had played on an artificial surface since he was a teenager.


October 4, 2014
FULL POINTS
Revolution take over second place in East with win over Columbus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- For the second straight week, Jermaine Jones scored the decisive goal for the New England Revolution, heading home a Chris Tierney free kick midway through the second half to give the Revs a 2-1 victory over conference rival Columbus at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


October 3, 2014
CENTER STAGE
Revs host Crew in marquee MLS matchup

With the best-to-last Red Sox season finally reaching a merciful end, TB12 and the Patriots off to floundering start, and opening nights for the Celtics and Bruins still on the horizon, the New England Revolution (14-13-3, 45 points) will occupy center stage in the Boston suburbs when they host the Columbus Crew (11-9-10, 43 points) in a homestretch battle for playoff position Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


October 1, 2014
REVOLUTION PARTNERS WITH SPORTING
Clubs to share ideas on professional, youth levels

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution and Portuguese power Sporting Clube de Portugal (Sporting) have entered into a multiple-year strategic partnership.


September 26, 2014
NEVER SAY DIE
Despite blowing lead, Revs defeat Sporting KC

KANSAS CITY, Kan.-- Jermaine Jones broke a late deadlock with his first MLS goal to give the New England Revolution a thrilling 3-2 Friday night win over Sporting Kansas City at sold-out Sporting Park.


September 25, 2014
LOOKING TO SWEEP
Revolution looking for third win of season over Sporting KC

The New England Revolution (13-13-3, 42 points) will try for a clean sweep of their three-game season series with Sporting Kansas City (13-10-6, 45 points) when they take on the defending champions at Sporting Park before a national television audience Friday night (NBCSN, 8:00 p.m. ET).


September 20, 2014
NO COMING BACK
Revs fall to Columbus, 1-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio--For the fourth time since arriving in MLS midway through the 2012 season, Federico Higuain victimized the New England Revolution with a perfectly placed free kick, scoring the lone goal of the night early in the second half to give the Columbus Crew a vital 1-0 win Saturday at Columbus Crew Stadium.


September 19, 2014
CRUNCH TIME
Revolution take 5-game winning streak to Crew Stadium on Saturday

After claiming the full nine points from a three-game homestand, the New England Revolution (13-12-3, 42 points) head out on the road to face the Columbus Crew (9-9-10, 37 points) Saturday night in another key conference matchup (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


September 14, 2014
DANGEROUS GAME
Revolution making a habit of staking opponent to a go-ahead goal

Through the first 28 games of 2014, the New England Revolution have been stitching together a crazy quilt season, full of streaky stripes and odd geometric patterns.


September 13, 2014
LIVING DANGEROUSLY
Revolution need to rally against Montreal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution continued their flirtation with danger on Saturday night, surrendering an early goal for the third consecutive match, but as on the previous two occasions, the red-hot Revs were able to come from behind to claim victory at Gillette Stadium, overtaking the Montreal Impact 2-1 behind first-half goals from Kelyn Rowe and Lee Nguyen.


September 12, 2014
REVS ON THE MOVE
McCarthy has surgerty, Dorman off the DL

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution defender Stephen McCarthy has undergone surgery on his left knee to repair a torn meniscus that he suffered in training earlier this month.


September 12, 2014
IMPACT COULD BE DANGEROUS
Despite record, Montreal no easy game for Revs

On paper, the Montreal Impact (5-16-6, 21 points) shouldn’t pose much of a threat to the New England Revolution (12-12-3, 39 points) as the red-hot Revs close out three-game homestand at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


September 9, 2014
AN INSTANT LEADER
Jones wastes no time in making his mark on the Revolution

The New England Revolution season had already taken a turn back in the right direction when the front office announced the signing of Jermaine Jones on August 24th, but the surprise acquisition of the German-born US international midfielder has sent the Revs speeding in the fast lane of the autobahn.


September 7, 2014
COMEBACK KIDS
Revs rally past Fire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- For the second consecutive game, the New England Revolution overcame an early deficit to claim victory at Gillette Stadium, defeating the Chicago Fire 2-1 behind goals on either side of intermission from Diego Fagundez and Charlie Davies.


September 5, 2014
BACK TO THE RHINOS
Revolution again loans Donnie Smith to Rochester

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has loaned midfielder Donnie Smith to the Rochester Rhinos of USL PRO.


September 4, 2014
RIPPLE EFFECT
Jermaine Jones arrival reverberating for the Revs

It’s hard to believe that Jermaine Jones arrived in Massachusetts only ten days ago. Or that he’s played just 70 minutes of competitive soccer in a New England Revolution uniform.


September 3, 2014
FOUR AND COUNTING
Revs rally past Sporting KC to extend unbeaten streaks

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Teal Bunbury and Lee Nguyen scored on either side of intermission and Nguyen added a stoppage-time clincher as the New England Revolution overcame an early deficit to defeat Sporting Kansas City 3-1 on Wednesday night.


September 2, 2014
HITTING THEIR STRIDE
Revs hope to extend unbeaten streak against Sporting KC on Wednesday

After arguably their biggest win of the season, a 3-0 dismantling of Toronto FC at BMO Field that elevated them into a three-way tie for third place in the Eastern Conference and resulted in the wholesale sacking of Ryan Nelson and his TFC coaching staff, the New England Revolution (10-12-3, 33 points) return home to Gillette Stadium to start a three-game homestand against defending MLS champions Sporting Kansas City (12-8-6, 42 points) on Wednesday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


August 30, 2014
REVS ROMP
New England blanks mistake-prone TFC

TORONTO--Lee Nguyen and Kelyn Rowe each scored from long range early in the first half and Teal Bunbury added an insurance goal after intermission to give the New England Revolution a 3-0 win over Toronto FC at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon.


August 29, 2014
THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS
Revs have ten games left to snatch a playoff spot

The Jermaine Jones era begins Saturday evening at BMO Field when the New England Revolution (9-12-3, 30 points) travels north of the border to take on Toronto FC (9-8-6, 33 points) in a key Eastern Conference matchup (CSN, 5:00 p.m. ET).


August 25, 2014
REVS GET DUTCH YOUTH INTERNATIONAL
Castillion came through Ajax system

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has signed forward Geoffrey Castillion, a 23-year-old former Dutch youth international


August 24, 2014
UNSUNG HERO
Caldwell quietly essential to Revolution’s win over Chivas USA

Scott Caldwell isn’t the kind of player to make headlines. The second-year holding midfielder rarely merits a mention in the game report. Caldwell prefers to impact a game quietly and unobtrusively, to do his job so effectively that no one notices. Saturday night’s 1-0 home win over Chivas USA was no exception


AUGUST 24, 2014
ALONG CAME JONES
World Cup standout Jermaine Jones coming to Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Jermaine Jones, one of the U.S. National Team’s stand-out performers at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, has joined the New England Revolution via a blind draw conducted by Major League Soccer.


August 23, 2014
GETTING IT RIGHT
Revolution take, hold lead over Chivas USA

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- In a game that the New England Revolution could not afford to lose, Lee Nguyen scored early in the second half and Bobby Shuttleworth made four saves for his sixth shutout as the Revs topped Chivas USA 1-0 on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


August 22, 2014
PROTECTION RACKET
Revs will try again to take a lead and hold it against Chivas USA on Saturday

The 2014 MLS season still hangs in the balance for the New England Revolution.


August 18, 2014
REVOLUTION WINS LOTTERY
And gets Tony Taylor for stretch run

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has acquired former United States Under-20 and Under-23 National Team forward Tony Taylor through a special lottery


August 17, 2014
CREDIT WHERE IT’S DUE
A tip of the hat to Timbers’ Ridgewell

Sometimes you just have to tip your hat to audacity and quality, pure and inspiring.


August 16, 2014
CAN’T HOLD ON
Revs lead early against Portland, settle for 1-1 draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.For the second straight game, Charlie Davies provided the New England Revolution with a lead at intermission, but Liam Ridgewell equalized in a display of individual brilliance to give the visiting Portland Timbers a share of the points in the only regular season meeting between the two sides, Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


August 15, 2014
THE PRESSURE’S ON
Revolution need repeat of last season’s stretch-run heroics to return to MLS postseason

After a bye week, the New England Revolution (8-12-2, 26 points) get back to business on Saturday night against the Portland Timbers (7-7-9, 30 points) at Gillette Stadium (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


August 12, 2014
AKPAN'S ON THE WAY
Harvard grad acquired in trade with Red Bulls

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has acquired forward Andre Akpan and allocation money through a trade with the New York Red Bulls


August 11, 2014
YOUTH ADVANCEMENT
Revs U-14 players called to USA squad

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – A pair of New England Revolution Under-14 midfielders, Isaac Angking and Amos Shapiro-Thompson, have been called up to U.S. Boys National Under-14 team


August 4, 2014
AMATEUR NIGHT
Revs have two weeks to stew over collapse against Red Bulls

With a bye week coming up, the New England Revolution have two weeks to ponder how they let one get away on the banks of the Passaic River.


August 2, 2014
COMING UP SHORT
Revs fall to shorthanded Red Bulls

HARRISON, NJ--Charlie Davies put the Revolution ahead early with his first New England goal, but ten-man New York came back with a pair of second-half scores to claim an improbable 2-1 Eastern Conference victory at Red Bull Arena on Saturday night.


August 1, 2014
FAGUNDEZ FOR URUGUAY
Young star called for U-20 duty

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez has been called into the Uruguay Under-20 team.


August 1, 2014
“THE CHAINS ARE OFF”
Win over Colorado eases pressure on Revs

A pure shooter always knows his next shot is going in. After eight straight losses over a span of more than two months, the New England Revolution played with the confidence of a shooter on Wednesday night, recapturing the exuberance that led them to the 2013 playoffs and produced a seven-game unbeaten run in the Spring.


July 30, 2014
NINTH TIME’S THE CHARM
Revs snap skid with romp over Rapids (updated)

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- Donning their all-white away uniforms at Gillette Stadium in what seemed like a desperate attempt at ritual purification, the New England Revolution ended a two-month, eight-game losing streak with a commanding 3-0 win over the Colorado Rapids before a Wednesday night crowd of 13,831.



ONE YOUNG STAR
Revs' Daniel Jones headed for U-16 All-Star games

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution Under-16 defender Daniel Jones has been selected to play on the MLS Eastern All-Star team


July 27, 2014
PLUMBING THE DEPTHS
How bad can things get for the New England Revolution?

When things are going well, every move that a coach dials up is the right one.The subtle tweak to the lineup. Check. The surprise change in formation. Check. The late tactical substitution. Check. But lately Jay Heaps can do nothing right.


July 26, 2014
BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL
Revolution lose game, position against Columbus on Saturday

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- Ethan Finlay scored late for the Columbus Crew to give the visitors a 2-1 win over the New England Revolution before 14,452 fans at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


July 25, 2014
BENGTSON ON YEAR-LONG LOAN
Off to Argentina side Belgrano

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has loaned forward Jerry Bengtson to Argentina’s Belgrano in the Priméra Division


July 25, 2014
TRY, TRY AGAIN
Can Revs stop skid on Saturday against Crew?

How far can they fall? The New England Revolution (7-10-2, 23 points) will try to break a brutal seven-game slide that has dropped them from first place to fifth when they host the Columbus Crew (5-7-8, 23 points) at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night in the first of three regular season meetings between the two Eastern Conference sides (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


July 20, 2014
RUT GETS DEEPER
Revs can't seem to dig out of malaise

The New England Revolution have rolled into a rut that’s getting deeper by the day.

The Revs have lost seven straight games, their longest stretch of futility since 1998, have dropped from first place to fifth in the East, and are sinking faster than a Fiat in mud season.


July 19, 2014
FREE FALLIN’ IN FRISCO
Revs lose seventh straight, 2-0 to FC Dallas

FRISCO, Texas--The New England Revolution's slide continued as FC Dallas sent the Revs to their seventh straight loss with a convincing 2-0 win at Toyota Stadium on Saturday night.


July 17, 2014
BAD TO WORSE
Shorthanded Revs buried by Galaxy

The New England Revolution started the second half of their season the same way they ended the first, surrendering an early goal and going down to their sixth consecutive defeat, a 5-1 loss to the LA Galaxy at the StubHub Center as both teams played most of the game with ten men.


July 16, 2014
CHINA SYNDROME
Revolution defense melts down in 5-1 loss to Galaxy

CARSON, Calif.---You could not blame New England Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth if he wanted to send out a search party for his defense on Wednesday night. The Los Angeles Galaxy scored almost at will as they sent the Revolution to their sixth straight defeat, 5-1 at the StubHub Center.


July 15, 2014
FILLING OUT ROSTERS
Revolution announces three Youth teams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has announced the rosters for its 2014-15 Revolution Academy youth teams.


July 15, 2014
REVS ON THE MOVE
Dorman to DL, Smith to Rochester

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has placed midfielder Andy Dorman on the disabled list.


July 13, 2014
RUNNING OUT OF TIME
Streaky Revolution losing ground in the MLS East

In preparing for Saturday night’s game with the Chicago Fire, Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps hammered on the importance of a good start while he tried to avoid the panic button.


July 12, 2014
FIRE DRILL
Revs burned by Chicago, 1-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- The Chicago Fire sent the New England Revolution to their fifth consecutive league loss, taking advantage of an early Quincy Amarikwa goal for a 1-0 victory Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


July 11, 2014
BRAKING POINT
Revolution try to halt 4-game skid Saturday against Fire

It’s never easy returning to the grind after a long vacation, but the New England Revolution seems to be having particular difficulty getting back into the 9 to 5 groove. On Saturday night, the Revs (7-7-2, 23 points) will punch in again and attempt to correct course when they host the Chicago Fire (2-4-10, 16 points) at Gillette Stadium (CSN, 7:30 p.m.).


July 11, 2014
NO-NGUYEN SITUATION
Revs Midfielder suspended for one game

NEW YORK - The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen one game and fined the player an undisclosed amount


July 8, 2014
OUT IN THE OPEN
Revolution fall 2-0 to Union

CHESTER, Pa. – The New England Revolution was eliminated from the U.S. Open Cup with a 2-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union Tuesday at PPL Park. In a match that featured a 64-minute weather delay, the Union used goals on either side of the half to post the win and the send the Revs out of the 101-year old tournament in the quarterfinals for the second time in as many seasons.


July 4, 2014
TOUGH SPOT
Revs fall to RSL on pair of pks

SANDY, Utah-- Real Salt Lake converted penalty kicks on either side of intermission to claim a 2-1 Independence Day victory at Rio Tinto Stadium and send the New England Revolution to its fourth consecutive loss.


July 3, 2014
OUT OF STEP
Revolution captain Goncalves struggling with form, concentration

Jose Goncalves was a big reason why the New England Revolution made it to the playoffs last season for the first time in four years. In his first year in the league, the Portuguese center back played every minute of every game on his way to earning the Revolution armband and capturing MLS Defender-of-the-Year honors and a Best XI selection. It’s been a different story in 2014.


June 28, 2014
MORE OF THE SAME
Revolution drop third straight, 3-1 to Philadelphia

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- Sebastien Le Toux scored on either side of intermission to lead the Philadelphia Union to 3-1 victory over the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night in the rubber match of the season series.


June 27, 2014
BACK TO WORK
Revolution return to league play against Philadelphia at Gillette Stadium

While the US men’s national team extends its holiday in Brazil, the New England Revolution (7-5-2, 23 points) gets back to work on Saturday night in Foxborough, hosting the Philadelphia Union (3-7-6, 15 points) in the third and final regular season meeting between the two Eastern Conference sides (CSN, 7:30 p.m.).


June 25, 2014
QUARTERFINALISTS
Revs advance with 2-1 win over Rhinos

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Saer Sene and Kelyn Rowe scored first-half goals to lead the New England Revolution to a 2-1 win over the Rochester Rhinos (USL PRO) Wednesday night at Brown University’s Stevenson Field in the teams’ fifth-round match in the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.


June 18, 2014
ROOKIES RALLY REVS
Mullins, Neumann lead 3-2 Open Cup win

RICHMOND, Va. – Rookies Patrick Mullins and Steve Neumann each had a goal and an assist to lead the New England Revolution to a 3-2 win over the Richmond Kickers in the fourth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup at City Stadium Wednesday night.,


June 9, 2014
WELCOME BREAK
World Cup respite comes at good time for streaky Revs

Ten days ago, the New England Revolution may have been the only members of the global soccer community not looking forward to the 2014 World Cup. But after a pair of consecutive 2-0 shutout losses, a brief interlude may no longer be so unwelcome.


June 8, 2014
TOO HOT TO HANDLE
Revs can’t get a shot past Red Bulls ‘keeper Luis Robles

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The visiting New York Red Bulls made the most of their two shots on goal and Man-of-the-Match Luis Robles stopped everything that came his way as the Red Bulls defeated the New England Revolution 2-0 before a season-high 23,950 spectators at Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon.


June 5, 2014
REVOLUTION ON THE AIR
Add postgame radio show for remainder of season

FOXBOROUGH & QUINCY, Mass. - The New England Revolution and 1510 AM Yahoo! Sports Radio (WUFC AM) have partnered


May 31, 2014
NEGATIVELY IMPACTED
Revolution win streak ends with 2-0 loss to Montreal

MONTREAL--First-half goals from Andres Romero and Jack McInerney gave the last-place Montreal Impact a 2-0 win at Stade Saputo on Saturday night over the visiting New England Revolution, who remained at the top of the Eastern Conference table.


May 30, 2014
STAYING ON TRACK
Revolution look to extend streak against struggling Impact

The New England Revolution look to extend a five-game winning streak and seven-game unbeaten run when the face the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo Saturday.


May 29, 2014
BACK-AND-FORTH
Revs loan Smith to Rochester for 1 game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Midfielder/defender Donnie Smith has been sent to the Rochester Rhinos on a short-term loan by the New England Revolution.


May 29, 2014
REVOLUTION OPENS CUP PLAY ON ROAD
Travels to Richmond for 4th-round tilt on June 18

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The New England Revolution enters the draw of the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in the fourth round when it travels to face the Richmond Kickers


May 25, 2014
ROOKIE REVELATION
Mullins making his mark on Revolution front line

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Patrick Mullins is doing what few MLS SuperDraft selections ever do in their rookie year, make an impact. Mullins is doing just that, scoring his fourth goal in as many games on Saturday as the New England Revolution tightened their hold on first place in the MLS East with a 2-1 win over DC United.


May 24, 2014
STILL ROLLIN’ ALONG
Revs top DC United 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Rookie Patrick Mullins extended his scoring streak to four games and Diego Fagundez had a goal and an assist as the New England Revolution tightened their hold on first place in the MLS East with a 2-1 win over DC United Saturday in front of 13,589 at Gillette Stadium.


May 22, 2014
TUSSLE AT THE TOP
#1 Revolution host #2 DC United Saturday at Gillette Stadium

When the New England Revolution (6-3-2, 20 points) and DC United (5-3-3, 18 points) last met on a dreary night in the nation’s capital, the home side prevailed 2-0 as the Revs failed to score for the fourth time in their first five matches of the season. But that disappointment is now a distant memory.


May 20, 2014
REV-ING UP FOR OPEN CUP
Revolution could have home game in Providence

When the Revolution begins its run in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in the fourth round of the competition, it knows it will not have a home game, sort of.


May 19, 2014
GOALS GALORE
Revolution attack firing on all cylinders

The goals will come. The goals will come. There was an eerie absence of concern when the New England Revolution managed just two goals through the first five games of the season. And just as predicted, the goals have come. Like rain to a dustbowl. Like pennies from heaven.


May 17, 2014
JUGGERNAUT
Revs continue to rack up goals, beat Union 5-3

CHESTER, Pa.-- The white-hot New England Revolution scored five times for the second straight match to defeat the Philadelphia Union 5-3 on Saturday night and claim their first-ever victory at PPL Park.


May 16, 2014
DANGEROUS GROUND
Revs riding high, but have never won at PPL Park

On Saturday night, the surging New England Revolution (5-3-2, 17 points) travel to PPL Park to face the unburdened Union (2-5-5, 11 points) in chapter two of the three-game seaboard season series (CSN, 7:00 p.m.), the first installment having produced Philadelphia’s sole 2014 victory prior to Wednesday night.


May 14, 2014
WATCH THE REVOLUTION IN SPANISH
Club, Telemundo to broadcast six games

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - WNEU Telemundo Boston will again broadcast select New England Revolution matches in Spanish,


May 13, 2014
MIXOLOGY
Revolution find the right combinations on offense and defense

Maybe Irish tenor Ronan Tynan should sing the national anthem at every Revolution home game. On an evening when the storyline going into the weekend was the return of Clint Dempsey, the young guns of the Revolution stole the powder and the plot while the US captain checked out early, his bags packed for Brazil.


May 11, 2014
SOUNDER POUNDERS
Revolution rout Seattle 5-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- On a sparkling Sunday evening under a cloudless sky, the New England Revolution exploded for four first-half goals against league-leading Seattle and added a Sounder own goal after intermission to claim a 5-0 Mother’s Day victory in front of 11,293 feasting supporters at Gillette Stadium.


May 10, 2014
HOMECOMING GAME
Former Rev Clint Dempsey leads Seattle into Gillette Stadium on Sunday

As afternoon gives way to evening on Mother’s Day, favorite adopted son Clint Dempsey will step back onto the Gillette Stadium turf for the first time since appearing as a second half substitute for the US national team in their 4-0 wipeout by world champion Spain in a 2011 friendly and for his first MLS match since the Texas native left New England after the 2006 season for fame and fortune across the big pond.


May 5, 2014
BENGTSON CALLED TO HONDURAS
Revs forward on pre-World Cup roster

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson, the leading goal scorer in CONCACAF during World Cup qualifying, is one step closer to going to Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup after being called up for Honduras’ three pre-World Cup friendlies.


May 5, 2014
WEEKEND'S BEST?
Mullins, Shuttleworth up for weekly awards

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Revolution rookie forward Patrick Mullins and goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth are candidates for MLS goal and save of the week honors after the Revs' 2-1 win at Toronto on Saturday.


May 3, 2014
BMO BOUNCEBACK
Revs rally past Toronto

TORONTO--Lee Nguyen made it three-for-three from the penalty spot in 2014, beating Brazil ‘keeper Julio Cesar in the 82nd minute to give the New England Revolution a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Toronto FC at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon.


May 2, 2014
IN THE GROOVE
Confident Revs head to Toronto

The New England Revolution (3-3-2, 11 points) take a three-game unbeaten streak across the border on Saturday afternoon (CSN, 1:00 p.m.) for the first of three scheduled meetings with retooled but limping Toronto FC (3-3-0, 9 points).


April 27, 2014
NOT LOOKING A GIFT HORSE…
Revs took advantage of man advantage for big win

For the second straight week, the New England Revolution were gifted a man advantage less than twenty minutes into the second half, but the outcomes of the two handouts were very different.


April 26, 2014
BREAKING THE ICE
Revs wait till late, but down Sporting 2-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---It took a while, but the New England Revolution finally broke through against ten-man Sporting KC, scoring twice in second-half stoppage time for a 2-0 victory over the first-place defending champions at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.


April 25, 2014
PLAYOFF REMATCH
Revolution host Sporting KC on Saturday

The last time the New England Revolution saw baby blue, former Rev Benny Feilhaber had just intercepted an ill-advised Matt Reis toss and found Claudio Bieler open near the penalty spot for the 113th minute half-volley that would end the Revolution’s 2013 playoff bid and send Sporting KC through to the Eastern Conference finals on their way to winning the MLS Cup. On Saturday night, the Cup-holders travel to Gillette Stadium for a regular season rematch with New England (CSN, 7:30 p.m.).


April 24, 2014
LAST STOP
Joseph will finish career with New England Revolution

A year and a half after being shipped out of New England, Shalrie Joseph believes he is wiser. He knows he’s older. At 35, the former Grenada international midfielder has returned to Foxboro, scene of his greatest career triumphs, and he hopes at least one more.


April 23, 2014
ROCHESTER BOUND
Revolution loans Donnie Smith to Rhinos

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have sent midfielder/defender Donnie Smith to their USL PRO affiliate, the Rochester Rhinos, on a short-term loan.


April 22, 2014
HOMECOMING FOR SHALRIE
Joesph returning to Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has claimed midfielder and club legend Shalrie Joseph in the Waiver Draft.


April 19, 2014
PRESERVING A POINT
Shuttleworth pk save gives Revs a 1-1 draw

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.---Bobby Shuttleworth preserved a point for the New England Revolution with a stoppage-time penalty save on Juan Luis Anangano as the Revs played the Chicago Fire to a 1-1 draw at Toyota Park on Saturday afternoon.


April 18, 2014
FEELING GOOD
Revolution confident heading into Saturday’s match against Chicago

After rebounding from a disappointing 2-0 loss in DC with an impressive 2-0 home win over Houston a week later, the New England Revolution (2-3-1, 7 points) head back on the road to face Eastern Conference rivals Chicago Fire (0-1-5, 5 points) in a nationally televised contest at Toyota Park on Saturday afternoon (NBCSN, 4:00 p.m. ET).


April 18, 2014
AIDING IN THE FIGHT AGAINST AUTISM
Revolution sets Awareness game for Apr. 26

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will support Autism Awareness Month in partnership with Autism Speaks on Saturday, April 26 when the team presents its annual Autism Awareness game at Gillette Stadium against Sporting Kansas City.


April 14, 2014
REVVIN' UP BOBBLEHEAD HALL OF fAME
Slyde the Fox among the 2014 honorees

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has scheduled its bobblehead giveaways for the 2014 season.


April 12, 2014
ONE FOR THE BOOKS
Alston’s first MLS goal seals Revolution win over Houston

FOXBOROUGH – The New England Revolution knocked off the Houston Dynamo, 2-0, at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon, courtesy of two unexpected goal scorers.


April 12, 2014
ENDING A DROUGHT
Alston, Bengston both score in 2-0 Revs win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Kevin Alston scored his first career goal in Major League Soccer and Jerry Bengston added one late to give the New England Revolution a 2-0 win over the Houston Dynamo at Gillette Stadium Saturday afternoon.


April 10, 2014
HEAPS TAKES HIT
Revs coach gets fine, 1-game suspension

NEW YORK – Revolution head coach Jay Heaps has been fined an undisclosed amount by MLS Commissioner Don Garber for his dismissal in the 89th minute of the game with D.C. United on April 5. As per MLS competition policy, Heaps will miss New England’s next game.


April 9, 2014
NEW TO THE REVOLUTION
Keeper Jackson joins club

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution has signed goalkeeper Larry Jackson, who played collegiately at Santa Clara. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.


April 6, 2014
THEIR OWN WORST ENEMY
Frustrating outing for Revolution against DC United

New England Revolution head coach Jay Heaps was understandably testy when he exited the visitor's locker room at crumbling RFK Stadium Saturday night.


April 5, 2014
CAPITOL PUNISHMENT
Revs fall to United 2-0

WASHINGTON---D.C. Untied got a spark from newcomer Chris Rolfe and the help of an own goal to defeat the New England Revolution 2-0 Saturday night at R.F.K. Stadium.


April 4, 2014
FADED GLORY
Saturday showdown between Revolution, DC United lacks luster of earlier clashes

Two charter MLS sides renew their I-95 rivalry when the New England Revolution (1-2-1, 4 points) travel to the nation’s capital to take on DC United (0-2-1, 1 point) at rickety RFK Stadium on Saturday night (myTV38, 7:00 p.m. ET).


March 30, 2014
PRIMATE PURGE
Revs get the monkeys off their back in San Jose

On a rainy Saturday night at the foot of San Francisco Bay, the 2014 New England Revolution threw three screeching monkeys off their collective backs in stunning and unlikely fashion.


March 29, 2014
GETTING HIS GOONIE ON
Nguyen lifts Revs over Earthquakes

SANTA CLARA, Calif.---Lee Nguyen turned the tables on the San Jose Earthquakes with a 93rd minute stoppage time goal to give the New England Revolution their first victory of the 2014 season, 2-1, at rain-soaked Buck Shaw Stadium on Saturday night.


March 28, 2014
EARTHQUAKE ZONE
Revolution head west to take on San Jose

The New England Revolution (0-2-1, 1 point) head back out on the road in search of their first goal and first win of 2014, taking on the San Jose Earthquakes (0-1-1, 1 point) Saturday night at Buck Shaw Stadium (CSN, 10:30 p.m. ET) in the only regular season meeting between the two sides.


March 26, 2014
LET'S PLAY MEXICO
MLS players dominate U.S. roster for Apr. 2 game

Chicago - U.S. Men's National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has named 22 players to train in Phoenix in advance of USA-Mexico, presented by AT&T, on April 2 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.


March 26, 2014
PICKENS GONE
Revs send just-acquired keeper to Tampa Bay

Foxborough, Mass. – The Revolution has transferred recently-acquired goalkeeper Matt Pickens to the Tampa Bay Rowdies of the NASL in exchange a transfer fee.


March 24, 2014
NEW GRASS AT GILLETTE
Revs will have "Revolution" turf installed for next game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Gillette Stadium is getting an upgrading of its field surface and the New England Revolution and Patriots have selected FieldTurf’s Revolution turf system and VersaTile drainage and shock underlayment for its unparalleled player safety and extraordinary durability.


March 23, 2014
SMALL VICTORIES FOR REVS
But still no wins, or goals

For now, the New England Revolution will have to settle for small victories, even if they can’t bank them in the W column.

Three weeks into the 2014 season, the Revs are still looking for their first goal and their first win, but Saturday’s scoreless draw against Vancouver in their home opener gave them their first point and their first shutout.


March 22, 2014
ONE THING AT A TIME
Revolution earn first point of season – first goal will have to wait

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution earned their first point of the season but extended their season-opening scoring drought to three games as the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps held the Revs to a scoreless draw at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


March 21, 2014
GOOD PICKENS
Rev signs veteran MLS keeper

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has claimed goalkeeper Matt Pickens through the Waiver Draft, and added him to the team’s roster. Per club policy, further contract details were not released.


March 21, 2014
SANCHEZ WITH RHINOS
Rookie on loan with USL Pro affiliate

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has loaned defender Jossimar Sanchez to the Rochester Rhinos, the team’s USL PRO affiliate.


March 21, 2014
LOOKING FOR AN EDGE
Revolution hope home field advantage will provide a boost against Whitecaps

For their Foxborough opener on Saturday afternoon (CSN, 2:00 p.m. ET), the Revs (0-2-0, 0 points) will host a rebuilt Vancouver Whitecaps (1-0-1, 4 points) side that overwhelmed defending Supporters’ Shield-bearers New York Red Bulls 4-1 at home to open the season before gaining a late draw against ten-man Chivas USA at the StubHub Center on Sunday.


March 16, 2014
MISSING MAN
Revs feeling absence of unhappy captain Goncalves

Last year, the New England Revolution started slowly and left it till late. This year, the Revs seem to be repeating the pattern, dropping their first two matches and getting shut out in each. But scrambling back into contention may be more difficult this time around.


March 15, 2014
BIG ZERO
Revolution fall to Union at PPL Park - again

CHESTER, Pa.-Sebastien Le Toux scored from close range off a Leo Fernandes assist at the 30-minute mark and the Philadelphia Union held on for a 1-0 victory over the New England Revolution at sun-drenched and sold-out PPL Park on Saturday afternoon.


March 14, 2014
THINGS DON’T GET ANY EASIER
After opening day rout at Houston, NE Revolution look for first-ever win in Philadelphia

After failing to get out of the starting blocks last week in Houston, the New England Revolution (0-1-0, 0 points) will try to reboot their 2014 season this Saturday (CSN 4:00 p.m. ET) at PPL Park against the Philadelphia Union (0-0-1, 1 point).


March 13, 2014
ON-LOAN RHINOS
Soffner, Sundly sent to Revs' USL PRO affiliate

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has loaned goalkeeper Luis Soffner and midfielder Alec Sundly to the Rochester Rhinos, the team’s USL PRO affiliate.


March 10, 2014
DEL PICCOLO WAIVED
Revs drop mdfielder

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has waived midfielder Paolo DelPiccolo,22, who was selected by the Revolution in the Waiver Draft on Nov. 25, 2013, after he played half of a season with the Montreal Impact. Originally drafted by Montreal in the second round of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft, DelPiccolo joined Germany’s Eintracht Frankfurt, before formally signing with Montreal in July. He was a four-year player at Louisville before entering the MLS draft.


March 8, 2014
BIG BAD BRUIN
Dynamo brace leads to Revs blanking

HOUSTON---Will Bruin scored a quick brace and assisted on an Oscar Boniek Garcia goal as the Houston Dynamo raced to an early lead and never let the visiting New England Revolution back into the game, taking a decisive 4-0 win on opening day.


March 8, 2014
STILL SOME QUESTION MARKS
New England Revolution 2014 Season Preview

After three consecutive losing seasons, the New England Revolution engineered a remarkable sixteen point turnaround in 2014 (14-11-9, 51 points), ending the season on a six-game unbeaten streak and winning their last three matches to finish third in the Eastern Conference and qualify for the playoffs for the first time since 2009.


March 4, 2014
FRESHENING UP
Revolution unveil new primary kit

BOSTON – With just four days remaining until the start of the 2014 Major League Soccer season, the New England Revolution unveiled its new primary kits at a special event at Royale as part of MLS’ “Jersey Week.”


March 1, 2014
STEPPING UP
Newcomers Bunbury, Mullins lead Revs to 2-2 preseason draw with Colorado

TUCSON, Ariz. – Recent acquisition Teal Bunbury and SuperDraft selection Patrick Mullins scored goals as the New England Revolution closed out their 2014 preseason schedule with a 2-2 Desert Diamond Cup draw against the Colorado Rapids on a rainy and windy Saturday at the Kino Sports Complex.


February 27, 2014
DRAFT PICK SIGNS
Cal's Alex Sundly joins the Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed midfielder Alec Sundly , whom the Revs drafted in the second round (31st overall) of the 2014 MLS SuperDraft out of the University of California.


February 27, 2014
REVS ON TV
Comcast SportsNet schedule announced

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution and Comcast SportsNet have announced the Revs’ 2014 broadcast schedule and on-air talent that will bring the matches to life in high-definition.


February 26, 2014
STOPPAGE-TIME STUNNER
Rowe lifts Revolution over Fire in Desert Diamond Cup

TUCSON, Ariz. – Kelyn Rowe scored the game-winning goal in the first minute of stoppage time as the New England Revolution edged the Chicago Fire 1-0 in the teams’ final group game of the Desert Diamond Cup at North Stadium Wednesday at Kino Sports Complex.


February 26, 2014
CALLED UP
Revs’ Bengtson on roster for Honduras friendly against Venezuela

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s friendly against Venezuela March 5 in San Pedro Sula.


February 26, 2014
REVOLUTION ACQUIRE KOBAYASHI
4th-round pick sent to Vancouver

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution has acquired veteran midfielder Daigo Kobayashi from the Vancouver Whitecaps for a 4th-round choice in the 2016 MLS super draft.


February 26, 2014
TAKING THEIR SUPPLEMENT
Revs sign Supplemental Draft pick Jossimar Sanchez

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed defender Jossimar Sanchez after drafting him out of the University of Connecticut in the first round (fourth overall) of the 2013 Supplemental Draft.


February 24, 2014
BUNBURY ARRIVES
Impresses Heaps in first spring outing with Revs

It didn’t take long for Teal Bunbury to register a first impression in a New England Revolution jersey.


February 23, 2014
REV-OLVING DOOR
Shalrie Joseph is in the Revolution’s Arizona camp

A familiar face is in training camp with the New England Revolution. Shalrie Joseph, although still under contract with the Seattle Sounders, is with the Revs in Arizona. No deal has been struck, but the former Revs captain is in for a look-see with the team.


February 22, 2014
FIRST PRE-SEASON LOSS
Chivas rallies to defeat Revolution

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution suffered its first loss in its 2014 preseason schedule Saturday when Chivas USA came back for a 3-2 win in the Desert Diamond Cup.


February 20, 2014
KEEPING IT REAL
No “secret formula” for Revs Academy success

When reviewing the New England Revolution’s youth development and 5-year-old academy system, one word begins to surface – reality.


February 19, 2014
SCORELESS IN THE DESERT
Revolution plays RSL to 0-0 draw

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution opened play in the Desert Diamond Cup with a 0-0 draw against Real Salt Lake at North Stadium at Kino Sports Complex on Wednesday night. Brad Knighton recorded a shutout and was one of two players who played the whole game as Revs head coach Jay Heaps switched almost every field player at halftime.


February 19, 2014
TRADING FOR TEAL
Revs acquire Bunbury from Sporting

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution have acquired forward Teal Bunbury from Sporting Kansas City via trade. In exchange, the Revs have sent their natural first-round draft pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft and allocation money to Sporting KC. Bunbury is expected to join the Revolution in Tucson later this week.


February 18, 2014
REVS RENEW RHINOS
Continue USL PRO affiliation for 2014

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have renewed the USL PRO affiliate agreement with the Rochester Rhinos.


February 17, 2014
THE RIGHT CHOICE
Mullins, Neumann feel college prepared them well for MLS

The decision to pick college soccer over a development academy really wasn’t that difficult for either of the New England Revolution’s first-round draft picks, Steve Neumann and Patrick Mullins.


February 17, 2014
PUSHED BACK A DAY
Revs-NY game moved to June 8

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution’s home match against the New York Red Bulls has been moved to Sunday, June 8. The match will kick off at 5 p.m.


February 13, 2014
ANOTHER BATTLE TO FIGHT
Health issues prompt Simms to retire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Former New England Revolution midfielder Clyde Simms has formally announced his retirement from professional soccer. Simms spent two of his nine professional seasons in New England after joining the club ahead of the 2012 season.


February 6, 2014
LATE STRIKE
Revs slip past Ft. Lauderdale in scrimmage

BRADENTON, Fla. – Darrius Barnes scored the game-winning goal in the first minute of stoppage time on Thursday afternoon as the New England Revolution wrapped up its Bradenton leg of preseason training with a 2-1 win over the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers .


February 4, 2014
MAN OF THE HOUR
Trialist Melo’s 60th-minute goal lifts Revs into draw with Union

DELTONA, Fla. – Trialist Evan Melo scored the equalizer in the 60th minute as the New England Revolution played the Philadelphia Union to a 1-1 draw in an MLS preseason scrimmage Tuesday at the Dewey O. Boster Sports Complex.


January 31, 2014
TRAINING TIE
Revs play Malmo to 1-1 draw in spring opener

BRADENTON, Fla. – Buoyed by Kelyn Rowe’s opportunistic first-half goal, the New England Revolution played to a 1-1 draw against defending Swedish champion Malmo FF Friday night at IMG Academy Stadium.


January 28, 2014
NEW DEAL
Revs sign Lee Nguyen

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed midfielder Lee Nguyen, who is entering his third year with the team.


January 21, 2014
GOING LOCAL
Revolution select SNHU’s Pierre Omanga in 3rd round of SuperDraft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected the 2013 NSCAA Division II national player of the year, forward Pierre Omanga of Southern New Hampshire University, in the third round (50th overall) of the MLS SuperDraft, which concluded Tuesday via conference call.


January 16, 2014
TEAMED IN NEW ENGLAND
DC talents, Mullins, Neumann rated highly by Revs

PHILADLEPHIA – Two of the D.C. area’s top collegiate talents will be on the same Major League Soccer team this coming season. Georgetown’s Steve Neumann was the fourth overall pick in the draft, while Patrick Mullilns was selected number 11.


January 16, 2014
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
Heaps, Revs get what they wanted at SuperDraft

PHILADELPHIA--The draft process doesn’t simply begin at the combine. The New England Revolution brain trust have had their eyes on players for years, and came up with two strong first-round picks that they feel will be a perfect fit.


January 13, 2014
SMITH RETURNS
Revs re-sign little used midfielder

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Despite seeing very little action in 2013, the New England Revolution has re-signed midfielder Donnie Smith.


January 13, 2013
MOVING UP
Revs acquire #4 draft pick from Crew

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has acquired the fourth overall pick in Thursday’s 2014 MLS SuperDraft and allocation money from the Columbus Crew in exchange for the rights to defender Michael Parkhurst.


January 10, 2013
JOINING THE REVOLUTION
Tom Soehn added to coaching staff

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Tom Soehn has been added to the New England Revolution’s coaching staff as an assistant coach and will join the Revolution technical staff in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for the 2014 Player Combine.


January 9, 2013
FREE TRANSFER
Revolution signs Charlie Davies

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed forward Charlie Davies on a free transfer from Denmark’s Randers FC. Davies spent the second half of the 2013 season on loan with the Revs from the Danish club, and the Revolution made the move permanent by signing Davies once his contract with Randers had been dissolved by mutual consent.


January 6, 2013
FUN AND GAMES
Midnight Riders to support Twellman foundation with FIFA14 tournament

The Midnight Riders, New England Revolution Supporters Group, will be holding a 32-person FIFA14 tournament on February 15th at The Greatest Bar in support of Taylor Twellman’s, head injury awareness foundation.


December 29, 2013
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES
End of Revolution’s playoff drought tops the list

It took until the last day of the season, but the New England Revolution snapped a four-year playoff drought in 2013. Their run to the Eastern Conference semifinals is the New England Soccer News top local story of 2013.


December 26, 2013
COMING BACK
Revs re-sign Alston, Barnes, Soffner

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed three players: defender Kevin Alston, defender Darrius Barnes and goalkeeper Luis Soffner.


December 19, 2013
SPRING HUB
Revs among MLS teams to train in Bradenton

BRADENTON, Fla. – Major League Soccer (has selected IMG Academy as its Eastern hub for the 2014 preseason. MLS teams, including the Chicago Fire, Columbus Crew, D.C. United, FC Dallas, New England Revolution and Toronto FC, are expected to train and most will compete in a series of friendlies beginning in late January and continuing through the end of February.


December 17, 2013
PDL AFFILIATE
Revs expand partnership with Boston Rams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution and the Premier Development League's Real Boston Rams have extended and expanded their partnership that makes the Rams the official PDL affiliate of the Revolution. The Rams, who are entering their second season, just won the 2013 PDL Rookie Franchise of the Year award in mid-December.


December 11, 2013
BACK HOME
Matt Reis joins Galaxy as goalkeeper coach

CARSON, Calif.---After spending the last 11 years with the New England Revolution, Matt Reis is returning home to Southern California. Reis, who announced his retirement as a player on Wednesday was named the Los Angeles Galaxy's new goalkeeper coach.


December 11, 2013
BRAD IS BACK
Revs acquire Knighton from Vancouver

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – On the day goalkeeper Matt Reis retired from professional soccer, his former backup Brad Knighton returned to the New England Revolution via a trade with the Vancouver Whitecaps.


December 11, 2013
THE GLOVES ARE OFF
Revs goalkeeper Matt Reis retires after 16 seasons

After enduring several seasons of injuries that diminished his playing time, and going through a person tragedy associated with the Boston Marathon bombing, New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis has decided to retire from professional soccer after a 16-year career in Major League Soccer.


December 9, 2013
SPRING PLANS
Revs to train in Florida, Arizona

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will formally open its 2014 training camp on Saturday, Jan. 25, at Gillette Stadium. The team’s six-week camp will include extended trips to Florida and Arizona, as well as seven games against MLS and international competition that are currently scheduled.


December 3, 2013
BEST OF THE BEST
Revs’ Goncalves named to MLS Best XI

NEW YORK—New England Revolution captain Jose Goncalves is one of three defenders named to the MLS Best XI.


December 2, 2013
ALL THE WAY BACK
Revs’ Alston is MLS Comeback Player of the Year

NEW YORK--New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston was voted MLS Comeback Player of the Year after returning to action following a courageous battle with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), a rare but treatable form of leukemia, this season.


November 26, 2013
HEART OF NEW ENGLAND
Revolution’s Reis honored as MLS Humanitarian of the Year

NEW YORK—New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis has been named Major League Soccer’s Humanitarian of the Year.


November 26, 2013
DEFENDER OF THE YEAR
Revs’ Goncalves voted league’s best

NEW YORK--New England Revolution defender Jose Goncalves was voted the 2013 MLS Defender of the Year today, following a season in which he anchored one of the league’s top defenses and helped the Revs return to the MLS Cup Playoffs for the first time in four seasons.


November 25, 2013
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Revolution’s 2014 schedule announced

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.– The New England Revolution’s 2014 season will begin March 8, with a road match against the Houston Dynamo, and end at home against Toronto FC on October 25. The full schedule was released by the team and Major League Soccer on Monday.


November 22, 2013
OPTION DAY
Revs decline on nine players, including Reis

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Going into the 2014 season, the New England Revolution’s roster currently stands at 15 players as the team has exercised the 2014 contract options on 11 players from its 2013 roster, while four players are under contract already.


November 20, 2013
WELL-REPRESENTED
Three Revs on short list for MLS awards

The New England Revolution has three players listed among the finalists for four of Major League Soccer’s 2013 awards.
Captain Jose Goncalves is one of three finalists for both Defender of the Year and Newcomer of the Year, while goalkeeper Matt Reis is a finalist for the MLS WORKS Humanitarian of the Year and defender Kevin Alston is a finalist for Comeback Player of the Year.


November 18, 2013
CACTUS CALLS
Revs will play in Desert Diamond Cup

NEW YORK — The New England Revolution are among the six teams in the field for the 2014 FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup. They will be joined by the Chicago Fire, Chivas USA, Colorado Rapids, Real Salt Lake and FC Tucson of the USL’s Premier Development League in the third edition of the MLS Preseason tournament that will run from February 19 until March 1.


November 11, 2013
QUAD SURGERY
Matt Reis will need 5-7 months of rehab

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis underwent surgery on his injured left quadriceps tendon earlier today, and he is expected to need five to seven months to rehabilitate the injury.


November 11, 2013
REVS REPORT CARD
New England Soccer News final grades

With the disappointment of the New England Revolution’s elimination from the 2013 playoffs by Sporting KC in extra time of the Eastern Conference Semifinals still fresh, New England Soccer News takes stock of the Revs’ overachieving season and issues its year-end player report cards.


November 6, 2013
OUT OF TIME
Revolution’s playoff run ends with extra time loss to Sporting KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Claudio Bieler redirected a Benny Feilhaber pass past Matt Reis in the second period of extra time to send Sporting Kansas City through to the Eastern Conference Finals with a 3-1 victory over the New England Revolution at Sporting Park on Wednesday night.


November 6, 2103
CALLED UP
Bengston to play for Honduras

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forwardJerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s upcoming friendlies against Brazil and Ecuador.


November 6, 2013
END OF THE LINE
Revs' postseason run ends

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Claudio Bieler scored in the 113th minute to send Sporting Kansas City through to the Eastern Conference Finals with a 3-1 win over the New England Revolution Wednesday at Sporting Park and a 4-3 aggregate win in their home-and-home semifinal set.


November 6, 2013
CATRACHOS CALL
Revs’ Bengtson will join Honduras for November friendlies

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s upcoming friendlies against Brazil and Ecuador.


November 3, 2013
HALFTIME
Saturday’s performance leaves Revs confident going into second leg against Sporting KC

It might have been ugly, but somehow it ended up being effective. The New England Revolution struggled through a balky and disjointed first half in the opening leg of their two-game Eastern Conference Semifinal tie with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday, but stepped up their game just enough after intermission to claim a 2-1 victory at Gillette Stadium in their first post-season appearance since 2009.


November 2, 2013
WHEN IT COUNTS
Revs snap scoring drought against SKC, take early lead in semifinals

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- Making their first playoff appearance since 2009, the New England Revolution defeated Sporting Kansas City 2-1 in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinal to take a narrow lead into Wednesday’s return engagement at Sporting Park.


November 1, 2013
POST TIME
Revolution kick off playoff campaign against Sporting KC on Saturday

After winning their last three games of the regular season to qualify for the MLS playoffs for the first time since 2009, the third-seeded New England Revolution (14-11-9, 51 points) will host second-seed Sporting Kansas City (17-10-7, 58 points) at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinal (NBCSN nationally and CSN locally, 8:00 p.m. ET).


October 27, 2013
PROMISED LAND
New England Revolution beat Crew, advance to playoffs

COLUMBUS, Ohio--Needing a win to secure their first trip to the postseason since 2009, the New England Revolution squeezed past the Columbus Crew 1-0 on a sunny Sunday afternoon at Crew Stadium behind Juan Agudelo’s strike midway through the first half.


October 21, 2013
GREEN CARD
Revs Fagundez becomes permanent resident

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez, a native of Uruguay, has gained permanent resident status from the U.S. government and will now count as a domestic player on the Revolution’s roster.


October 20, 2013
PRODIGAL SON
Revs returnee Dorman steps up against Crew

When General Manager Mike Burns and Head Coach Jay Heaps assembled the 2013 edition of the New England Revolution and plotted the franchise’s revival after three dismal years in the playoff wilderness, they counted on finding the right combination of homegrown youth and imported experience.


October 19, 2013
LUCKY 13
Fagundez’s 13th of the season lifts Revs over Columbus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- In a thrilling back-and-forth affair, Diego Fagundez’s thirteenth goal of the season in the 76th minute decided the final outcome as the New England Revolution topped the Columbus Crew 3-2 before a season-high crowd of 26,458 at Gillette Stadium.


October 19, 2013
TEAM AWARDS
Fagundez is Revs MVP

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Diego Fagundez was voted the 2013 New England Revolution Team MVP. Captain Jose Goncalves was also honored with the Best Defender award, while Matt Reis was recognized as the team’s humanitarian of the year.


October 18, 2013
A SEASON IN THE BALANCE
Do-or-die for the Revs against Columbus

A win over the Columbus Crew Saturday night at Gillette Stadium in the final home game of the season (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET) could catapult the New England Revolution past the third-place Houston Dynamo. A loss could end their season. The season hangs in the balance that precariously.


October 16, 2013
LONG RECOVERY
After surgery, Revs Sene will need 4-6 months

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Saer Sene underwent surgery on his injured left ankle earlier today. He will miss the remainder of the 2013 season and is expected to need four to six months to rehabilitate the injury.


October 12, 2013
IN AND OUT
Revs flirt with playoff position after beating Montreal

MONTREAL – Jose Goncalves scored the only goal to give the New England Revolution a 1-0 win over the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo Saturday.


October 11, 2013
PRESSURE COOKER
Revs face another must-win road match in Montreal on Saturday

For the second straight week, the New England Revolution (11-11-9, 42 points) hit the road to face stiff Eastern Conference competition at a packed venue with the season on the line.


October 6, 2013
TWISTED FINISH
Revolution disappointed with wild draw against Red Bulls

HARRISON, NJ--New England Revolution right back Andrew Farrell sat in the visiting locker room at Red Bull Arena, an icepack idle at his feet, his right eye slowly swelling shut and a crimson abrasion staining his right cheek.


October 5, 2013
ROLLERCOASTER
Late fireworks lift Revs into lead, then drag them back into a tie with the Red Bulls

HARRISON, NJ -- In a wild finish before a frenzied sellout crowd of 25,297 at Red Bull Arena, Tim Cahill’s header on the final action of the match earned a 2-2 draw and clinched a playoff spot for the New York Red Bulls after the New England Revolution had fought back from an early deficit to take an improbable lead.



HONDURAN CALL
Revs Bengtson named for Qualifiers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Costa Rica and Jamaica.


September 29, 2013
“GOOD EFFORT”
Heaps pleased with performance if not outcome

Jay Heaps sounded remarkably upbeat for a head coach whose team had just surrendered a second-half lead, split points at home with an opponent one place ahead in the standings, and dropped out of a top-five playoff spot with four games to go, three of them on the road.


September 28, 2013
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
Revs remain sixth in East after 1-1 draw with Houston

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.- Saer Sene and Will Bruin exchanged second-half goals as the New England Revolution and Houston Dynamo played to a 1-1 draw Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


September 27, 2013
RUBBER MATCH
Revolution close out season series with Houston on Saturday

Matt Reis, who returned from a one-game suspension to register a crucial scrambling save in the Revolution’s 2-1 victory over DC United in Foxborough last weekend, will make his 250th career appearance for New England when the Revs (11-11-7, 40 points) host the Houston Dynamo (12-10-7, 43 points) in the rubber match of the season series between the two long-time rivals on Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


September 22, 2013
OFF-SCRIPT
Revs inject several touches of drama into win over DC United

As if an eight-team scramble for five playoff positions doesn’t offer enough inherent late-season drama, the New England Revolution managed to inject an additional touch of the dramatic into what should have been a humdrum Saturday night at the home office hosting hapless DC United.


September 21, 2013
MOVING ON UP
Revs come back for 2-1 win, pass Fire in East

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution overcame an early own goal to claim a crucial 2-1 victory over DC United behind second-half goals from Diego Fagundez and Lee Nguyen.


September 20, 2013
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Revolution begin pivotal 2-game homestand Saturday against DC

Nothing but a victory will suffice this Saturday when last-place DC United (3-19-6, 15 points) arrives at Gillette Stadium for the third and final 2013 meeting between the two sides (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


September 16, 2013
PERMANENT RESIDENT
Revs Toja gets green card

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Juan Toja, a native of Colombia, has gained permanent resident status from the U.S. government and will now count as a domestic player on the Revolution’s roster.


September 14, 2013
BURNED
Late goal gives Fire 3-2 win over Revs

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.---In a hard-pitched back-and-forth battle worthy of the stakes, a late long-distance strike from second-half substitute Alex gave the Chicago Fire a crucial 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the New England Revolution at Toyota Park on Saturday night.


September 13, 2013
HUGE GAME
Revolution need points from Chicago on Saturday

The New England Revolution (10-10-7, 37 points) travel to the Windy City to take on the Chicago Fire (10-11-5, 35 points) at Toyota Park on Saturday night in another pivotal Eastern Conference match-up (CSN, 8:30 p.m. ET).


September 8, 2013
SEEING RED
PKs, Reis’s early expulsion doom Revs against Montreal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The Montreal Impact claimed a 4-2 decision from the New England Revolution Sunday at Gillette Stadium as the hosts were forced to play a man down after goalkeeper Matt Reis was sent off in the fifth minute.


September 2, 2013
CALLED UP
Revs Woodbine to join Jamaica

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Newly-signed New England Revolution defender O’Brian Woodbine has been called up to represent Jamaica during the country’s upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Panama and Costa Rica.


August 30, 2013
EVEN UP
Revs, Reds play to 1-1 draw

TORONTO, Ont.--With an opportunity to move up the Eastern Conference ladder and extend a two-game winning streak, the New England Revolution had to settle for a 1-1 draw and a single point on the road against Toronto FC on Friday night.


August 29, 2013
POISED TO STRIKE
Revolution offense in high gear heading into Saturday’s match against Toronto FC

After taking maximum points from conference rivals Chicago and Philadelphia on a two-game homestand, the New England Revolution (10-9-6, 36 points) head north for a conference rematch with Toronto FC (4-12-9, 21 points) under Friday night lights at BMO Field (7:00 p.m. ET, CSN).


August 29, 2013
REGGAE REVOLUTION
O’Brian Woodbine signs with New England

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed Jamaican outside back O’Brian Woodbine on a free transfer. A member of the Jamaica national team, Woodbine has been added to the team’s roster as an international player and is expected to join the Revs at training for the first time on Tuesday, Sept. 3.


August 26, 2013
WORLD CUP CALL
Revs Bengtson to join Honduras

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Mexico and Panama.


August 26, 2013
HONORED BY MLS
Revs Kelyn Rowe named Player of the week

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe was voted Major League Soccer’s player of the week for Week 25 following his two-goal performance in the Revolution’s 5-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union at Gillette Stadium yesterday.


August 25, 2013
BLAST OFF
Rowe’s rockets fuel Revs romp over Philadelphia Union

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Kelyn Rowe scored from distance on either side of intermission and the New England Revolution teed up four second half goals to claim a crucial 5-1 conference victory over I-95 rival Philadelphia Union Sunday at Gillette Stadium.


August 23, 2013
“WE NEED TO BE BETTER”
Revolution need to be at their best against Philadelphia

Can it get any better than this? With the MLS regular season hitting the home stretch and just ten games left for the New England Revolution, only ten points separate the eight teams battling for a top-five playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.


August 18, 2013
SPECIAL INSTINCTS
Agudelo shows scoring touch in Revs win

There’s no substitute for good instincts, especially those of the goal-scoring variety.

When Juan Agudelo arrived from Chivas USA in early May, the New England Revolution were struggling to produce goals and first-choice striker Jerry Bengtson was mired in a slump.


August 17, 2013
COOLING THE FIRE
With Reis in net, Revs blank Chicago 2-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Juan Agudelo may be heading to Staffordshire to seek his English Premier League fortune with Stoke City FC, but the New England Revolution are grateful that the Potters will have to wait until the end of the MLS season to claim their catch.


August 16, 2013
UNDER THE KNIFE
Revs Latigue has knee surgery

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution rookie midfielder Gabe Latigue underwent successful surgery on his right knee Thursday and is expected to return to full action in six to nine months.


August 16, 2013
BULKING UP
Agudelo, Davies poised to join Revolution attack against Chicago on Saturday

The Revolution return to Gillette Stadium on Saturday (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET), to host the red-hot Chicago Fire, a very different team from the one the Revs defeated 1-0 at Toyota Park when they opened their season on March 9.


August 10, 2013
SETBACK
NE Revolution lose game to KC, lose ground in MLS East

KANSAS CITY, Kan.-- Soony Saad and Kei Kamara hooked up for nearly identical scores on either side of intermission and Benny Feilhaber added a free kick goal against his former side in stoppage time to give Sporting Kansas City a decisive 3-0 victory over the New England Revolution at Sporting Park on Saturday night.


August 9, 2013
“IT’S ALL MENTAL”
Revolution need sharp start against Sporting KC

The path to the playoffs does not get any easier as the Revs (8-8-6, 30 points) head back out on the road to face second-place Sporting Kansas City (10-7-6, 36 points) on Saturday night (CSN, 8:30 p.m. ET).


August 9, 2013
JUAN WILL BE GONE
Revs Agudelo signs pre-contract with Stoke City

New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo has signed a pre-contract agreement with Stoke City. The United States international will join the Potters on January 1, 2014 once his contract with MLS team has expired


August 9, 2013
BACK IN BOSTON
Revs trade for Charlie Davies

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Charlie Davies is coming home. The New England Revolution traded for the former Boston College star, acquiring his MLS rights from D.C. United.


August 8, 2013
HAPPY AT EVERTON
Howard (3 years left on his contract), won't discount the possibility of returning to MLS someday

Clint Dempsey might have decided to return to the states to continue his soccer career. But U.S. international goalkeeper Tim Howard doesn't have any plans at the present time to emulate his national team teammate, although he said that "anything is possible," when his contract with Everton is finished.


August 5, 2013
REMAINING A REV
Chris Tierney inks new deal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed Chris Tierney. A natural left midfielder, the Wellesley, Mass., product played primarily left back the last two seasons. Now in his sixth MLS season, he is the team’s second-longest tenured player.


August 4, 2013
RED-FACED
New England Revolution drop 1-0 decision to Toronto FC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-Toronto FC made an unassisted Matias Laba goal in the second minute hold up for a 1-0 win Sunday at Gillette Stadium, giving the Reds (4-10-8, 20 points) their second straight victory and ending the New England Revolution’s modest two-game winning streak.


August 3, 2013
STREAKING HOME
Revolution look for third straight win when they return to Gillette Stadium on Sunday

The New England Revolution (8-7-6, 30 points) continue their excursion through the lower reaches of the MLS East when they return home to host Toronto FC (3-10-8, 17 points) at Gillette Stadium Sunday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m.).


July 27, 2013
COMEBACK KIDS
Imbongo, Fagundez lead 2-1 Revs win

WASHINGTON, DC---Dimitry Imbongo and Diego Fagundez scored second-half goals as the New England
Revolution grabbed a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over floundering DC United at RFK Stadium Saturday night.


July 26, 2013
CAPITOL CHALLENGE
NE Revolution head to DC for Saturday night clash with United

The New England Revolution (7-7-6, 25 points) wrap up a three-game road trip on Saturday night when they take on last-place DC United (2-14-4, 10 points) at RFK Stadium (CSN, 7:00 p.m.).


July 20, 2013
BIG FINISH
Revs score twice in stoppage time to defeat Columbus

COLUMBUS, Ohio--Jose Goncalves scored his first MLS goal two minutes into second-half stoppage time and Diego Fagundez added a clincher on the game's final action to give the New England Revolution a vital 2-0 away win over Eastern Conference rival Columbus Crew Saturday at Crew Stadium.


July 17, 2013
IT’S A GIFT
New England Revolution hand game to Rapids

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.-- Juan Toja scored his first goal as a member of the New England Revolution on a 15th minute free kick, but the Colorado Rapids scored twice after intermission to claim a 2-1 victory in Commerce City.


July 15, 2013
BACK FROM THE DL
Alston training with Revs, put on active roster

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston has been removed from the team’s Disabled List and is now eligible for selection to a game day roster. Alston is among the 18 players traveling to Colorado Monday for Wednesday’s match against the Rapids.


July 14, 2013
TAKING REVENGE
Moffat, Dynamo settle scores against Revolution on Saturday

Every once in a while, a player imposes his will on a soccer match and almost single-handedly determines its outcome. Such was the case in a key Eastern Conference match-up on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, where the two-way individual effort of veteran holding midfielder Adam Moffat rallied the Houston Dynamo to a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution, a win that kept the Dynamo in fifth place, five points clear of the Revs.


July 13, 2013
SCOT FREE
Moffatt’s brace beats Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- After supplying the muscle for the visitors in a combative first half, Adam Moffat scored twice from long range after intermission to give the Houston Dynamo a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium.


July 13, 2013
FINALS WEEK
Revs U-18s to face best in the nation

The New England Evolution are heading to the league finals. That’s not a bold prediction on MLS Cup, but the reality for the club’s U-18 Academy team, which departed Saturday for Houston to take part in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Finals week.


July 12, 2013
MAKING THE GRADE
Revolution mid-term report card

At the midpoint of the 34-game MLS regular season, the New England Revolution is sitting mid-table, thirteenth out of nineteen teams in the Supporter’s Shield race, with one or two games in hand on all but two teams above them in the standings.


July 7, 2013
WINNING MENTALITY
Revs appears to have the tools and the confidence to become an MLS contender

As the 2013 edition of the New England Revolution reaches the midway point of the regular season, a distinctive personality has begun to emerge.


July 6, 2013
BLOND AMBITION
Sene, Imbongo lift NE Revolution over San Jose

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- Saer Sene struck from long range to give the New England Revolution an early lead and second-half substitute Dimitry Imbongo added a late insurance goal as the Revolution held off the San Jose Earthquakes 2-0 before a crowd of 13,732 Saturday at steamy Gillette Stadium.


July 5, 2013
EARTHQUAKE WARNING
Goonies come into Gillette

While Diego Fagundez and Chad Barrett were rescuing the New England Revolution from an embarrassing defeat to last-place Chivas USA in Southern California last Saturday night, Shea Salinas and Alan Gordon were working a miraculous escape halfway up the coast for the San Jose Earthquakes in the California Clasico against the LA Galaxy.


June 29, 2013
LATE LIFT IN LA
Chad Barrett gives Revs a West Coast point

CARSON, Calif.---Chad Barrett scored his second goal of the season five minutes after entering as an 83rd minute substitute to give the New England Revolution a 1-1 draw with Chivas USA at the StubHub Center in the season’s only meeting between the two sides.


June 26, 2013
OUSTED
NE Revolution fall to DC United in US Open Cup

BOYDS,Md.—The New England Revolution’s run in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup came to a crashing halt on Wednesday night, as D.C .United, which has only won two league games this year, took a 3-1 win at the Maryland SoccerPlex.


June 20, 2013
ROAD TO THE CUP
Revs path will be away from home

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution’s path to its second U.S. Open Cup title will continue on the road if the Revs defeat D.C. United next Wednesday in the tournament’s quarterfinals.


June 20, 2013
LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP
Semifinal possible pairings

CHICAGO - Both semifinal games of the 100th edition of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup will be played on Aug. 7, with the exact match-ups and locations to be determined following the quarterfinal round, scheduled for June 26.


June 15, 2013
SHORT-CIRCUIT
Revs Lose a Man Early, Then the Game

The New England Revolution entered the confines of BC Place, a building in which the Vancouver Whitecaps have yet to lose this season, and played like they were the home side, finding the back of the net twice in the opening 20 minutes before losing a man to a red card and, ultimately, the game, 4-3.


June 15, 2013
COMING UP SHORT
Man down Revs fall 4-3

VANCOUVER, B.C.---Facing a Vancouver Whitecaps side undefeated at their BC Place is difficult enough. Doing it while down to ten men was near-impossible for the New England Revolution as they squandered an early two goal lead, falling to the Whitecaps 4-3 ending their unbeaten streak at five games.


June 14, 2013
BENGTSON BOLTS
Striker leaves Honduran team, returns to Revolution

Striker Jerry Bengtson has left the Honduras National Team that will face the United States in a World Cup qualifying match in Sandy, Utah on Tuesday night.


June 12, 2013
DOUBLE DOUBLE
Rowe has second Open Cup brace to lead Revs 4-2

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Kelyn Rowe had his second straight two goal performance in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup to lead the New England Revolution past the New York Red Bulls 4-2 at Harvard Wednesday night.


June 10, 2013
ALL STAR VOTING
Six from Revolution on ballot

Six Revolution players are on the ballot for Major League Soccer's All star game fan voting which began Monday.


June 10, 2013
ROCHESTER SHUTTLE
Revs re-call Latigue and Polak again

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have re-called midfielder Gabe Latigue and defender Tyler Polak from the team’s USL PRO affiliate, the Rochester Rhinos, ahead of Wednesday’s U.S. Open Cup fourth-round match against the New York Red Bulls.


June 8, 2013
WHAT HAPPENED?
Heaps baffled by Revs’ lackluster performance against DC United

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Jay Heaps wants to go to the videotape. After winning three straight, and beating the defending champions by five goals, the New England Revolution coach wants to figure out how his team managed to not score a goal and play to a 0-0 draw against a team that has not won in their last 12 games.


June 8, 2013
SQUEAKY CLEAN
Shuttleworth backstops Revolution to scoreless tie with DC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution posted their fourth straight shutout, but their three-game winning streak came to an end as they played D.C. United to a 0-0 draw in front of a lively crowd of 14,163 at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


June 3, 2013
MLS HONOR
Fagundez named Player of the Week

NEW YORK – New England Revolution forward Diego Fagundez was voted Major League Soccer Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters for week 14 of the 2013 MLS season.


June 2, 2013
SOMETHING SPECIAL
Fagundez, Revolution coming together in a big way

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Something special is happening off Route 1 between Boston and Providence.


June 2, 2013
RED HOT
Fired up Revs blast Galaxy 5-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---Saer Sene scored his first goal of the season and Diego Fagundez scored in his fourth consecutive game as the New England Revolution rocked the LA Galaxy 5-0 at Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon to extend their consecutive shutout streak to three games.


June 1, 2013
MARQUEE MATCHUP
Stingy Revolution defense faces potent Galaxy attack on Sunday

The potent attack of the LA Galaxy (6-4-2, 20 points) will collide with the league’s stingiest defense when the repeat MLS Cup-holders arrive at Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon (NBCSN, 4:30 p.m. ET) to face the New England Revolution (4-4-4, 16 points) in the only 2013 meeting of the two sides.


May 30, 2013
QUALIFYING CALL
Bengston to represent Honduras

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Costa Rica and Jamaica.


May 30, 2013
RED BULLS NEXT
Revs to host New York in U.S. Open Cup

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Following Tuesday night’s 5-1 victory over the Rochester Rhinos of the USL PRO League in the third round of the 2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, the New England Revolution will now host the New York Red Bulls of MLS in the fourth round of the 100-year-old tournament.


May 28, 2013
REVS RIP RHINOS
Advance to fourth round with 5-1 win

ROCHESTER, NY—Four different players scored for the New England Revolution, led by Kelyn Rowe’s two goals, to give them a 5-1 win over the Rochester Rhinos in a third round U.S. Open Cup game at Sahlen’s Stadium Tuesday.


May 27, 2013
RECALLED
Revs bring back pair from Rochester

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have recalled midfielder Gabe Latigue and defender Tyler Polak from the team’s USL PRO affiliate, the Rochester Rhinos, ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. Open Cup third-round match against the Rhinos. Latigue and Polak will join the Revs in Rochester and then will report back to the Rhinos on Wednesday, May 29.


May 26, 2013
YOUTH SERVES
Emerging talent fuels Revs’ run

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-Brewing a successful team in Major League Soccer requires mastery of the basic ingredients.


May 25, 2013
HOT STUFF
Fagundez scoring streak at 3 after Revolution win over Toronto

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Diego Fagundez stayed red hot with his third goal in three games and Juan Agudelo added a second-half stoppage-time clincher as the New England Revolution defeated Toronto FC 2-0 on a dreary Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


May 24, 2013
ENERGIZED
NE Revolution confident heading into Saturday’s match against TFC

One week after storming into Texas and achieving an improbable 2-0 takedown of the Dynamo, the New England Revolution (3-4-4, 13 points) return to Gillette Stadium on Saturday to host struggling Toronto FC (1-6-4, 7 point) and start a crucial three-game homestand (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).


May 22, 2013
CUP QUEST BEGINS
Revolution to face Rhinos

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will enter the 2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup next Tuesday, May 28, when the team will travel to face the Rochester Rhinos at Sahlen’s Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:35 p.m. The Rhinos, who play in the USL PRO league, are one of the Revs’ affiliate clubs.


May 18, 2013
STUNNING UPSET
Revs shut out Dynamo in Houston

HOUSTON---Diego Fagundez scored his team-high third goal early in the second half and Ricardo Clark handled in a Juan Agudelo flick for an own goal to add late insurance as the New England Revolution stunned the Houston Dynamo 2-0, sending the Dynamo to its second consecutive loss at BBVA Compass Stadium after a record 36 straight home wins.


May 17, 2013
DYNAMIC CHALLENGE
Young NE Revolution lineup faces tough road test against Dynamo

For a year after opening on May 12, 2012, Houston’s BBVA Compass Stadium was an impregnable fortress, as the Dynamo set an MLS record for the longest home unbeaten streak at 36 games, 30 in league play.


May 17, 2013
REVOLUTIONARY FUNDRAISER
Doubleheader to aid Newtown

The New England Revolution will take part in a doubleheader and fundraiser called Soccer Revolution, at Veterans Memorial Stadium in New Britain, Conn. on Tuesday, June 18.


May 16, 2013
WAIVED
Revolution drops Sainey Nyassi

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has waived midfielder Sainey Nyassi.


May 16, 2013
THIRD ROUND ENTRY
Revs will play either Portland or Rochester in Open Cup

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will begin play in the 2013 U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday, May 28, when the team enters the bracket in the third round with the rest of the U.S.-based Major League Soccer teams.


May 12, 2013
FINDING THE RIGHT MIX
Heaps tinkers with Revolution lineup, gets results

Head coach Jay Heaps and the New England Revolution were counting on striker Jerry Bengtson to produce goals this year.


May 11, 2013
HOLDING THEIR OWN
New England Revolution play Red Bulls to a 1-1 tie

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Diego Fagundez tallied his team-leading second goal early in the second half but Lloyd Sam answered moments later as the New England Revolution (2-4-4, 10 points) and the New York Red Bulls (6-4-3, 21 points) played to a 1-1 draw Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


May 8, 2013
IN THEIR GRASP
Revs let win slip away against Real Salt Lake

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution let a perfectly winnable game slip through their fingers and they know it. Not only did the Revs not win, but they gave away all three points, falling to Real Salt Lake 2-1 Wednesday at Gillette Stadium.


May 8, 2013
OUCH
New England Revolution stung by RSL in closing minutes

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- The New England Revolution gave up two late goals and suffered a heartbreaker of a loss, 2-1 to Real Salt Lake at wet Gillette Stadium Wednesday night.


May 7, 2013
REVOLUTIONARY JUAN
Revs acquire Chivas USA forward Agudelo

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has acquired forward Juan Agudelo from Chivas USA in exchange for allocation money.


May 7, 2013
STEPPING UP
Makeshift NE Revolution defense holding its own going into two-game homestand

Throw out a 4-1 loss to New York at Red Bull Arena on April 20th and the New England Revolution have conceded just two goals in seven games.


May 6, 2013
NE REVOLUTION SALARIES
Figures revealed by MLS Players Union

New England Revolution salaries, as revealed by the Major League Soccer Players Union.



May 2, 2013
CLEAN AGAIN
Revs gain road point in 0-0 draw with Timbers

PORTLAND, Ore.---Bobby Shuttleworth made eight saves to claim his second straight shutout as the New England Revolution escaped Jeld-Wen Field with a hard-earned point, a 0-0 draw, in the team's only 2013 meeting with the Portland Timbers.


May 1, 2013
RE-CALLED
Revs Bilal Duckett back from Rochester

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have re-called defender Bilal Duckett from the team’s USL PRO affiliate, the Rochester Rhinos, ahead of Thursday’s match against the Portland Timbers.


May 1, 2013
SUSPENDED
Revs' Tierney will sit against Timbers

NEW YORK – The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended New England Revolution defender Chris Tierney one game and fined him an undisclosed amount.


April 28, 2013
FINE TUNING
Tactical, lineup tweaks produce results for New England Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--After winning just one game and accounting for only one goal through the first five games of the season, the New England Revolution needed to make a change.


April 27, 2013
BIG NGUYEN
Midfielder has goal and assist as Revolution end scoring drought against Philadelphia

The New England Revolution broke a five-game winless streak and won their first home game of 2013, using second-half goals by Diego Fagundez and Lee Nguyen to defeat the Philadelphia Union 2-0 Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


April 26, 2013
MUCH TO DO
New England Revolution will need solid all-around effort to contain visiting Union

The New England Revolution return home to Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET) looking to break a five-game winless streak and knock off the fourth-year Philadelphia Union for the first time (0-5-3).


April 20, 2013
MISFOURTUNE
Revolution routed by Red Bulls, 4-1

HARRISON, NJ--The New York Red Bulls added to the New England Revolution’s early season woes on Saturday, taking a 4-1 decision at Red Bull Arena behind early goals from Dax McCarty and Fabian Espindola and late clinchers from Thierry Henry and Jonny Steele.


April 19, 2013
'EVERYBODY'S FROM BOSTON'
Red Bulls will honor, remember Boston Marathon victims at New England game

HARRISON, N.J. -- In what is expected to be an emotional night, the New England Revolution come to town to take on the Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena on Saturday night.


April 19, 2013
THE BEST THERAPY
Saturday match provides a spot of normalcy after traumatic week for Revolution

After a week that brought horror to Boston and anguish to the extended Revolution family, the New England Revolution (1-2-2, 5 points) return to action against their long-time Eastern seaboard rivals New York Red Bulls (2-4-2, 8 points) on Saturday evening at Red Bull Arena (CSN, 7:00 p.m. ET).


April 16, 2013
MATCHING DONATION
Krafts will meet $100,000 in contributions

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.– The Kraft Family hopes to make donations to assist recovery for victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy go further by matching up to $100,000 in donations.


April 13, 2013
NOTHING DOING
Revs don't manage a shot on goal in 0-0 draw

SEATTLE---Two teams that have struggled to produce goals this season played to a scoreless draw at CenturyLink Field as the visiting New England Revolution kept the Seattle Sounders winless in 2013.


April 12, 2013
TIME CHANGE
Revs game with Galaxy moved back

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The start time of the New England Revolution’s home match against the defending MLS Cup champion, LA Galaxy, on June 2 at Gillette Stadium has been pushed back 30 minutes to accommodate fans’ viewing of the U.S. Men’s National Team’s match against Germany in Washington, D.C., earlier in the day.


April 12, 2013
NOWHERE TO GO BUT UP
Cellar-dwelling New England Revolution head west to take on struggling Seattle

It’s been a tough stretch for Sigi Schmid and the Seattle Sounders (0-3-1, 1 point), which might be good news for the New England Revolution (1-2-1, 4 points), who head to the Emerald City Saturday for an early season battle between two teams at the bottom of their respective MLS conferences (CSN, 4:00 p.m. ET).


April 11, 2013
STICKING AROUND
Revs sign Bobby Shuttleworth to new contract

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth to a new contract.


April 10, 2013
PDL AFFILIATE
Revolution partners with Real Boston Rams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution and Real Boston Rams have entered into a partnership that makes the Rams the official USL Premier Development League affiliate of the Revolution.


April 9, 2013
ON THE DL
Revs Kevin Alston officially out

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston has been placed on the team’s disabled list after being diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), which the team announced Monday.


April 8, 2013
TAKING A LEAVE
Revs Kevin Alston steps back to treat illness

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston has been diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), a rare but treatable form of leukemia, and has taken an indefinite leave of absence from the team to undergo treatment.


March 30, 3013
OVER THE TOP
Photo: Kelyn Rowe goes airborne



March 30, 2013
DÉJÀ VU?
Disturbing trends for Revs through first month of MLS season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--It’s only four games into a long MLS season, but some troubling signs have already appeared for the New England Revolution in their second season under Head Coach Jay Heaps, signs all the more worrisome for being the same ones that marked last year’s failed campaign.


March 30, 2013
DROUGHT CONTINUES
Revs shut out again, lose on another late goal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Blas Perez came off the bench to head a David Ferreira cross past Bobby Shuttleworth in the 87th minute as FC Dallas (4-1-0, 12 points) defeated the New England Revolution 1-0 to maintain its place atop the MLS Western Conference.


March 29, 2013
INCOMING
New England Revolution host explosive FC Dallas on Saturday

Down is up and up is down through four weeks of a topsy-turvy 2013 MLS season. And keeping with the early season trend, in the saddle atop the Western Conference table sits FC Dallas (3-1-0, 9 points), who stampede into Foxborough this Saturday afternoon to take on the New England Revolution (1-1-1, 4 points) in the home side’s first inter-conference match-up of the season (CSN, 4:00 p.m.).


March 27, 2013
FROM REVS TO RHINOS
Four loaned to Rochester

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has loaned four players to the Rochester Rhinos, the team’s USL PRO affiliate, for the 2013 USL PRO season. Defender Bilal Duckett, forward Matt Horth, midfielder Gabe Latigue and defender Tyler Polak will join the Rhinos this week ahead of the team’s season opener on April 13 at VSI Tampa Bay FC.


March 23, 2013
“UGLY”
Windy conditions cramp Revs’ style on Saturday

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--In what might end up as the understatement of the season, Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps offered a critic’s review of his team’s scoreless draw with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday afternoon. “It certainly won’t go down as the prettiest soccer game ever played.”


March 23, 2013
NOTHING DOING
Revs and Sporting play to 0-0 draw

FOXBORO, Mass.---The New England Revolution and defending MLS Eastern Conference champion Sporting KC scrapped to a scoreless draw in the Revolution’s 2013 home opener at Gillette Stadium as both sides struggled to compensate for international absences and injuries, and the Revolution failed to put a single shot on frame.


March 22, 2013
FILLING THE GAPS
New England Revolution, Sporting KC both missing key players this weekend

Two teams at considerably less than full strength will meet when Sporting Kansas City (1-1-1, 4 points) travels to Foxborough for the New England Revolution’s 2013 home opener on Saturday afternoon (CSN, 4:00 p.m. ET).


March 16, 2013
CALLING THEIR NUMBER
Jack Mac manages to attack Revs

CHESTER, Pa.----Jack McInerney seems to have the New England Revolution's number. He called it again on Saturday, scoring in the 76th minute to give the Philadelphia Union a 1-0 win at PPL Park in cold, wet and windy conditions.


March 16, 2013
LUCK OF THE IRISH
McInerney scores again as Philadelphia Union edge New England Revolution 1-0

CHESTER, Pa,---Rivalries are usually created by proximity and epic battles. Sometimes they develop because of one team’s domination over the other. Like the Philadelphia Union’s apparent on-field ownership of the New England Revolution.


March 15, 2013
COMING TOGETHER
NE Revolution’s chemistry improving going into Saturday’s match against Philadelphia Union

All the pieces, new and old, came together for Head Coach Jay Heaps in the New England Revolution’s season-opening 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park last Saturday. And he's hoping that chemistry will help the team to its first-ever win over the Philadelphia Union Saturday at PPL Park (5:00 pm, CSN).


March 14, 2013
HONDURAS CALLS
Revs' Jerry Bengston named for WC Qualifiers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras during the country’s upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Mexico and Panama.


March 13, 2013
STICKING AROUND
Revs sign Diego Fagundez to multi-year deal

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed 18-year-old Diego Fagundez, the team’s first-ever Homegrown player, to a multiple-year contract extension.


March 9, 2013
REVVED UP
New England Revolution open season with win over the Chicago Fire

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--New England Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps made it clear in the run-up to the team’s season opener against the Chicago Fire that he needed Jerry Bengtson to deliver goals.


March 8, 2013
THINK BIG
Bulked-up New England Revolution open season on Saturday

The New England Revolution failed to qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutive year in 2012 (9-17-8, 35 points), but one advantage of being eliminated six weeks before the end of the season was that the team got a jump on preparing for 2013.



PICK SIGNS
Revs ink Gabe Latigue

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed 2013 MLS Supplemental Draft pick Gabe Latigue, a midfielder out of Elon University.


February 28, 2013
DOMINATING PRESENCE
Revs see potential in rookie GK Soffner

Luis Soffner accomplished his first objective with the New England Revolution on Wednesday, when the SuperDraft selection signed a contract for the 2013 MLS season. Now he has his sights set on mastering the technical side of the goalkeeper’s game and working his way into the lineup.


February 27, 2013
DRAFT PICKS SIGN
Donnie Smith, Luis Soffner inked by Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed a pair of its 2013 draft picks: midfielder Donnie Smith and goalkeeper Luis Soffner. Both players were selected in the second round of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft in January.


February 25, 2013
GETTING GUAM'S CALL
Ryan Guy selected for AFC Challenge Cup qualifiers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Ryan Guy will represent Guam in next week’s AFC Challenge Cup qualifiers, which will be played in Myanmar.


February 23, 2013
TOUGHENING UP
Revs take early lead, beat Red Bulls 2-0

TUCSON, Ariz.---New England Revolution head coach Jay Heaps may be able to get a good night’s sleep after Saturday’s 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls in the third place game of the FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.


February 22, 2013
NOT QUITE READY
Heaps likes where Revs are, but admits more work needed

The Major League Soccer season kicks off on March 2, but New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps has the luxury of an extra week to fine-tune his retooled squad, which won’t take the field against league opposition until March 9.


February 20, 2013
THREE MINUTE MELTDOWN
Revolution fall to Real Salt Lake

TUCSON, Ariz. – Real Salt Lake scored two goals in the final three minutes to beat the New England Revolution 3-2 in FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup action at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium on Wednesday night.


February 16, 2013
REVS RALLY
Come back to down Red Bulls 3-1

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution scored two goals within five minutes en route to a 3- 1win over the New York Red Bulls in the Tucson Desert Diamond Cup Saturday night.


February 15, 2013
IN A BETTER PLACE
Revolution further along than last year

Even in the wake of a 2-0 loss to the Seattle Sounders on Wednesday night, New England Revolution head coach Jay Heaps feels his team is in a better place than it was at this time last year.


February 13, 2013
COMING UP DRY
Revs fall to Sounders in Desert Diamond Cup

TUCSON, Ariz. - Brad Evans and Eddie Johnson each scored goals as Sounders FC defeated the New England Revolution, 2-0, in the first match of the Desert Diamond Cup at Kino Sports Complex.


February 11, 2013
GREAT EXPECTATIONS
Sene sees good things for Revolution this season

HARRISON, NJ--For Saer Sene, the Revolution’s 2013 campaign could be very different from his debut campaign in MLS last season, which was hampered by injury and a lackluster year by his team.



REVS NEW DUO
Team signs Barrett, Duckett

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed forward Chad Barrett and defender Bilal Duckett. Both players traveled with the team to Tucson Monday for the next stage of preseason training.



GAME CHANGE
Revs at Colorado moved to July 17

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. ---The New England Revolution's road game against the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park has been rescheduled. The game will be played on July 17 at 9:00 ET.


February 4, 2013
GOALS COUNT
Revs hope Horth’s productivity translates to MLS

23-year-old Matt Horth has proven he can put the ball in the back of the net in the soccer backwater. Now he’s hoping to prove his skills on the MLS stage.


February 2, 2013
NO PUSHOVERS
Look for a bigger, stronger Revolution in 2013

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-Step out of winter and into the warmth of the Dana Farber Field House behind Gillette Stadium and the first thing you notice about the 2013 edition of the New England Revolution is its heft. This is a big team, with big aspirations.


January 30, 2013
KEEPING THINGS IN FOCUS
Fitness, team-building are priorities for Revs’ Arizona training

You might say the New England Revolution are in hiding as much as they are in training. That's part of the beauty of being at the Grande Sports Complex in Casa Grande, Arizona according to head coach Jay Heaps.


January 29, 2013
CAPPED BY VANCOUVER
Revs fall on Mattocks hat trick

CASA GRANDE, AZ – Darren Mattocks scored three goals to lead the Vancouver Whitecaps to a 4-1 win over the New England Revolution on Tuesday night at Grande Sports World.


January 28, 2013
ALL THE WAY
Revs one of four MLS teams to affiliate with USL Pro team

The New England Revolution’s new agreement with the Rochester Rhinos is about developing players, but it is very different from the one between the Boston Red Sox and Pawtucket Red Sox.


January 28, 2013
AFFILIATE DEAL
Revolution partners with Rhinos

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Rochester Rhinos will be the official USL PRO affiliate of the New England Revolution. The teams’ agreement is part of the agreement announced by MLS and USL PRO last week to help further the development of professional soccer in the U.S. and Canada.


January 22, 2013
TAKING THEIR SUPPLEMENTS
Revs select four in MLS Draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected four players in today’s Supplemental Draft, which consisted of four rounds of 19 selections each.


January 17, 2013
“BEYOND EXCITED”
IU’s Soffner ready to take the next step with the Revolution

INDIANAPOLIS – Raised in St. Louis, goalkeeper Luis Soffner lived and breathed soccer. It’s his passion. And now he gets to take it to the next level. With the no. 36 overall pick, the New England Revolution selected Soffner in Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft.


January 17, 2013
WHATEVER YOU NEED
Revs’ draft pick Farrell has played every position on the field

INDIANAPOLIS---After trading up to get the first pick in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft, the New England Revolution selected defender Andrew Farrell from the University of Louisville.


January 17, 2013
FIRST PICK
Revs take Louisville defender Farrell

INDIANAPOLIS---The New England Revolution have selected Louisville defender Andrew Farrell with the first overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft.


January 16, 2013
TOP OF THE HEAP
Revs trade for first pick in MLS SuperDraft

INDIANAPOLIS—New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps knows what he wants from Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft, and on Wednesday, the team put him in position to get it.


January 9, 2013
MAN WITH A PLAN
Heaps, Revolution taking different approach to 2013 SuperDraft

When the New England Revolution make their selections in next week's Major League Soccer SuperDraft, they will likely to be looking to fill specific needs that the team's technical staff has identified, a change from their draft strategy last year.


January 9, 2013
MLS SCHEDULE SET
Revolution have an early bye

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Major League Soccer today unveiled its 2013 regular-season schedule, a slate that sees each of the 19 teams play 34 games, beginning March 2 and ending on October 27.


January 3, 2013
BACKING INTO THE NEW YEAR
Revs sign Portuguese defender Goncalves

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have signed Portuguese central defender Jose Goncalves on loan with a purchase option from Switzerland’s FC Sion.


December 31, 2012
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #1
Revs trade Shalrie Joseph

At the end of the 2011 season, the New England Revolution rewarded team captain and longtime midfield mainstay Shalrie Joseph with a Designated Player contract. On August 1, they sent him packing, traded to perennial Western Conference underachievers Chivas USA in exchange for midfielder Blair Gavin, Chivas USA’s natural second-round selection in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft and allocation money. That change of heart is number one on the New England Soccer News list of the Top Ten local stories of 2012.


December 30, 2012
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #2
Revs sign Jerry Bengtson

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution signed their second designated player on July 5, and forward Jerry Bengtson’s arrival from Honduran club CD Moragua is number two on the New England Soccer News list of the Top Ten local stories of 2012.


December 24, 2012
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #8
The emergence of Diego Fagundez

New England Revolution youngster Diego Fagundez started to live up to his potential this season, starting seven of the team’s last eight games and coming up with a pair of clutch goals to become one of the few bright spots in a disappointing season. His emergence is number eight on the New England Soccer News list of the Top Ten local stories of 2012.


December 23, 2012
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #9
Revs crash out of Open Cup

The New England Revolution’s three-goal collapse against the minor league Harrisburg City Islanders and subsequent ouster from the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup on May 29 is number nine on the New England Soccer News list of the Top Ten local stories of 2012.


December 22, 2012
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #10
Revs Moreno comes – and goes

Colombian striker Jose Moreno was one of the Revolution's big off season acquisitions, billed as at least part of the solution to the team’s chronic scoring woes. The will-he-or-won’t-he runup to his arrival, and subsequent failure to live up to his preseason billing, are number ten on the New England Soccer News list of the Top Ten local stories of 2012.


December 21, 2012
ANOTHER HOMEGROWN
Revs sign Akron's Caldwell

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed Braintree, Mass., product Scott Caldwell as a Homegrown player


December 18, 2012
FIRST KICK
Revs last to start, last to open at home

NEW YORK – The New England Revolution will play its first home game of the 2013 season on Saturday, March 23, at Gillette Stadium when the team will host FC Dallas in Week 4 of the MLS schedule.


December 14, 2012
RE-ENTRY TIMES TWO
Revs take Barrett and Freeman

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected two veteran MLS players in Friday’s Stage 2 of the 2012 Re-Entry Process, choosing LA Galaxy forward Chad Barrett in the first round (fourth overall pick) and Colorado Rapids defender Hunter Freeman in the second round (23rd overall selection).


December 11, 2012
TRADED
Revs send Feilhaber to Sporting Kansas City

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – After being unable to come to terms on a deal with midfielder Benny Feilhaber, the New England Revolution have traded him to Sporting Kansas Cit in exchange for allocation money and Sporting KC’s natural first-round pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft and its natural second-round pick in the 2015 SuperDraft.


December 3, 2012
SPRING TRAINING
Revs finalize 2013 pre-season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will open its 2013 training camp on Thursday, Jan. 17, at Gillette Stadium. The team’s five-and-a-half week camp will includes two extended trips to Arizona, and six games against MLS teams.


December 1, 2012
ENDING IT LIKE BECKHAM
Becks repeats history, wins title in his final game with the Galaxy

CARSON, Calif. -- David Beckham has proven to be more than just another pretty face or someone who can make millions of dollars by selling his No. 23 soccer jersey.

He also is a collector, a collector of soccer championships.


November 30, 2012
CORE PRINCIPALS
Revolution exercise options on 15 players for 2013

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has exercised the 2013 contract options on 15 players from its 2012 roster, while declining next year’s options on four players.


November 19, 2012
WAIVERS
Revs drop four

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has placed four players on waivers: forward Blake Brettschneider, defender Flo Lechner, midfielder Alec Purdie and midfielder Michael Roach.


November 19, 2012
FRENCH FLAVOR
Revs add Kalifa Cisse

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed French midfielder – and Mali international – Kalifa Cisse on a free transfer from England’s Bristol City.


November 19, 2012
FAIR PLAY
Revs honored by MLS

NEW YORK---The New England Revolution season may have otherwise been abysmal, but at least you can say the team were sporting in their behavior, and have been honored by MLS with the league’s Fiar Play Award.


November 15, 2012
AWARDS SEASON
Revs make short list for Team Fair Play award

NEW YORK – Their woeful season notwithstanding, the New England Revolution made it onto the short list for one Major League Soccer postseason award – the Team Fair Play award - the league announced on Thursday.


November 15, 2012
SECOND TIME AROUND
Revs sign Dorman on free transfer

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed Welsh midfielder Andy Dorman on a free transfer from England’s Crystal Palace. Dorman played four seasons with the Revolution from 2004 through 2007.


November 9, 2012
FINED
Revs Cardenas punished by MLS

NEW YORK--Fernando Cardenas of the New England Revolution has been fined an undisclosed amount by the MLS Disciplinary Committee for his act of embellishment in the 72nd minute of the Revolution match against the Montreal Impact on Saturday, October 27th.


November ‘9, 2012
CALLED UP
Revs Guy, Bengtson join National Teams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Two New England Revolution players have been called up by their national teams for upcoming international matches.


October 27, 2012
A.J.’S WAY
Soares’ 88th-minute goal ends Revs’ season on an upbeat note

MONTREAL--A late A.J. Soares goal gave the New England Revolution a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Impact and sent the Revolution into the winter on a season-ending two-game winning streak.


October 26, 2012
LAST STOP
Revolution close out disappointing season on the road against Montreal

The New England Revolution, owners of the worst road record in Major League Soccer (1-13-2, 5 points; 8-17-8, 32 points overall), will hit the road one last time to close the curtain on a disappointing season against the Montreal Impact (12-15-6, 42 points) on Saturday afternoon (2 p.m. ET, CSN).


October 21, 2012
IT’S ABOUT EXECUTION
Revs complete game plan for feel good home win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Execute a defensive game plan to perfection.

Add one moment of individual brilliance from a preternaturally gifted teenager with a scarlet Mohawk.

Toss in an enthusiastic crowd of over 25,000 supporters who have managed to maintain optimism through the downward spiral of a dismal season.


October 20, 2012
LOOKS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT
Youngster Fagundez lifts Revs over Fire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--On a balmy Indian summer evening, the New England Revolution closed out the home end of their troubled 2012 season on a positive note, making a 17th minute Diego Fagundez goal hold up for a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire before a season-high Gillette Stadium crowd of 25,534.


October 19, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


October 18, 2012
GOING PINK
Revs host breast cancer fundraiser

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will celebrate breast cancer survivors and fundraise for a cure in partnership with the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and We Got Soccer this Saturday, Oct. 20, when the team presents its annual Breast Cancer Awareness game at Gillette Stadium when the Revs host the Chicago Fire at 7:30 p.m.


October 11, 2012
BACK TO TUCSON
Revs to take part in Desert Diamond Cup

TUCSON, AZ —The New England Revolution will be one of four Major League Teams taking part in the third annual FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup in February.


October 6, 2012
ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST
Revs continue slouch toward season’s end with 1-0 loss to Union

CHESTER, Pa.—Jerry Bengtson clanged a sitter off the left post in the 29th minute and it was downhill from there as the New England Revolution fell 1-0 to the Philadelphia Union Saturday night at PPL Park.


October 5, 2012
COUNTDOWN
Philadelphia Union next opponent as Revs run out the string on a lost season

Three games to go for the New England Revolution in another lost season. None of them will be easy for the depleted side, which is winless in its last three outings and has won only once in its last 14.


October 4, 2012
NE REVOLUTION SALARIES
MLS Players Union releases compensation figures

The Major League Soccer Players Union has released updated 2012 salary figures for all players in the league. Here is the breakdown for the New England Revolution.


October 4, 2012
CALLED UP
Revs Bengtson, Fagundez to join National Teams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Two New England Revolution players – forward Jerry Bengtson and forward Diego Fagundez – will meet up with national teams from their respective countries next week during the FIFA window that runs from Oct. 11 through Oct. 16.


October 1, 2012
MAKING STRIDES
Revs to raise funds for Cancer charity

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Several New England Revolution’s players will be on display at Emporio Armani in Copley Place Mall (Level 1, 100 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 02116) on Thursday, October 11, to help raise funds for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.


September 29, 2012
WASHOUT
Revs falter late, lose 2-0 to Houston

HOUSTON--On a rainy Saturday night, the Houston Dynamo continued their dominance at BBVA Compass Stadium, defeating the New England Revolution 2-0 behind second half goals from Ricardo Clark and Oscar Boniek Garcia.


September 28, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


September 28, 2012
NOTHING TO LOSE
Injury-riddled Revs head to Houston

The New England Revolution (7-15-8, 29 points) make their first trip to BBVA Compass Stadium Saturday night to take on the Houston Dynamo (12-8-10, 46 points) as the regular season winds down and the playoff race – at least on Houston’s side of the equation -- heats up (CSN, 8:30 p.m. ET).


September 27, 2012
BANKING ON THEM
Revs sign new major sponsor

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has added Pele to the team.


September 24, 2012
SHOULDERED ASIDE
Revs lose Nguyen for remainder of 2012

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen underwent surgery to correct chronic shoulder instability on Monday, and will miss the remainder of the 2012 season. Recovery is expected to take approximately four months.


September 22, 2012
FIRST STEPS
Revs hope small successes lead to brighter future

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---From small successes like these might the New England Revolution and its rookie Head Coach Jay Heaps envision a better future.


September 22, 2012
BARNESTORMER
Defender comes through in the clutch for Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution and the New York Red Bulls played to an entertaining 1-1 draw Saturday night. Darrius Barnes equalized for the Revolution deep into stoppage time after a Joel Lindpere header off a scramble had given the 10-man Red Bulls an improbable 1-0 lead.


September 21, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


September 19, 2012
LURE OF THE TROPICS
Revs’ midfielder Guy will represent Guam at next week’s Paulino Alcantara Peace Cup

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Ryan Guy will represent Guam in next week’s Paulino Alcantara Peace Cup, which will be played at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila, Philippines.


September 17, 2012
ACL REPAIR
Revs Sene undergoes surgery, out 6-8 month

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Saer Sene underwent reconstructive surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee earlier today. He is expected to return to full action in 6-8 months.


September 16, 2012
ROLLING ALONG
U.S. posts another win on Morgan, Boxx goals

CARSON, Calif. --Alex Morgan and Shannon Boxx each scored in the second half as the U.S. Women's National Team came from behind to defeat Australia 2-1 in front of 19,851 at the Home Depot Center on Sunday.


September 15, 2012
OUT OF IT
Loss to DC eliminates Revs

WASHINGTON DC---The New England Revolution’s 2012 road woes continued as DC United, playing without reigning MVP Dwayne De Rosario, overcame an early Kelyn Rowe goal to eliminate the Revolution from playoff contention and vault past Columbus into fifth place to keep their own postseason hopes alive.


September 14, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


September 14, 2012
ON THE BRINK
Revs struggling to keep postseason hopes alive

The New England Revolution have not yet been mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, but barring a massive reversal of fortune and a colossal collapse by at least three clubs above them in the Eastern Conference standings, the Revolution’s role has been reduced to that of spoiler for the home stretch of the 2012 MLS season.


September 5, 2012
SWEET RELIEF
Revs snap skid with dominating 2-0 win over Columbus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Dimitry Imbongo notched his first MLS goal and then forced a Chad Marshall own goal as the New England Revolution snapped a ten-game winless streak to claim their first victory since July 8, and put a dent in the Columbus Crew’s playoff hopes with a 2-0 victory Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium.


September 1, 2012
DEEP DESPAIR
Revs 0-0 draw with Union marks new low

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---In a season that has plunged deeper into despair with each passing week, the New England Revolution’s performance at home against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night marked a new low.


September 1, 2012
FINI
Saer Sene's season is over with ACL tear

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Saer Sene suffered a torn left anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in Wednesday’s match against Chivas USA at Gillette Stadium.


August 29, 2012
TRIUMPHANT RETURN
Joseph scores two as Chivas draws with Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Shalrie Joseph made a triumphant return to Gillette Stadium, scoring a pair of first-half goals to negate a Saer Sene brace as Chivas USA overcame an early two-goal deficit to earn a 3-3 draw and extend the New England Revolution winless streak to nine games.


August 29, 2012
RETURN TO THE FORT
Joseph back with Chivas to face struggling Revs

The New England Revolution (6-14-5, 23 points) return to Gillette Stadium to face Chivas USA (7-10-6, 27 points) on Wednesday night and begin a three-game homestand (CSN, 8:00pm ET).


August 28, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Tuesday

New England Revolution injury report


August 28, 2012
ANOTHER CALL
Bengtson to join Honduras

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Jerry Bengtson has been called up to represent Honduras in the team’s upcoming home-and-home FIFA World Cup Qualifier matches against Cuba on Friday, Sept. 7 in Havana, and Tuesday, Sept. 11 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.


August 27, 2012
ALLOCATION ALLOTMENT
Revs acquire former FC Dallas midfielder Toja

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has acquired two-time MLS All-Star midfielder Juan Toja through Major League Soccer’s Allocation Process.


August 25, 2012
CURSED IN COLUMBUS
Revs take two-goal lead, fall 4-3 to Crew

COLUMBUS, Ohio—The New England Revolution got off to the best possible start against the Columbus Crew on Saturday night, only to finish with the worst possible result, a 4-3 defeat.


August 24, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


August 24, 2012
DÉJÀ VU
Revolution trying to break out of longest slump since dismal 2011

With ten games left in the New England Revolution’s fast-fading 2012 season, is it too early to start the post-mortem? After a moderately encouraging 5-7-1 start, the Revolution (6-13-5, 23 points) have won just once in their last 11 outings and take a seven-game winless streak into Saturday night’s match against the Columbus Crew (9-8-6, 33 points) at Crew Stadium (CSN, 7:30 ET).


August 18, 2012
FALLING FLAT
Revs loose fourth straight, 2-1 to Chicago

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill---The Chicago Fire demonstrated why they’ve been rising through the Eastern Conference standings as they sent the reeling New England Revolution to their fourth consecutive loss with a 2-1 victory at Toyota Park behind first-half goals from Chris Rolfe and Sherjill McDonald.


August 18, 2012
LOOKING FOR A LIFELINE
Skidding Revs will try to turn things around at Toyota Park

The New England Revolution (6-12-5, 23 points) will try to stop their free fall when they visit Toyota Park to play the surprising Chicago Fire (11-7-5, 38 points) on Saturday night (8:30 ET, CSN).


August 17, 2012
REVS INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


August 13, 2012
DOUBLE IMPACT
Revs also fall to Montreal in reserve game

FOXBORO, Massachusetts - The Montreal Impact reserves beat the New England Revolution reserves 3-1, Monday morning, at the Revolution's training field near Gillette Stadium.


August 13, 2012
BACK AND GONE AGAIN
Bengtson returns from London, called for friendly

Following a three-week stint with the Honduran Olympic Team as one of its over-aged players, Jerry Bengtson returned to the Revolution late last week after a return home from London via Honduras to complete some immigration paperwork


August 12, 2012
TWIN KILLING
Impact’s Nyassi burns Revs - again

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution’s misfortunes continued on Sunday night as the expansion Montreal Impact (10-13-3, 33 points) sent the Revolution (6-12-5, 23 points) to their third straight loss, extending their winless streak to six games and putting them further off course for the postseason.


August 11, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


August 11, 2012
EVERY POINT COUNTS
Revolution will try to break out of slump against Montreal on Sunday

The New England Revolution (6-11-5, 23 points) will attempt to get their season back on track when they host the expansion Montreal Impact (9-13-3, 30 points) at Gillette Stadium on Sunday night (7:00 ET, CSN) in the second of three scheduled matches between the two sides.


August 10, 2012
RETIRING
Boggs gets Fulbright Scholarship

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution announced that third-year midfielder Zak Boggs has retired in order to accept a Fulbright Scholarship to study medical sciences at England’s Leicester University, beginning this fall.


August 6, 2012
WAIVED
Revs send Moreno packing

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The seemingly on again off again saga of the New England Revolution's Colombian forward Jose Moreno is now off again


August 4, 2012
PUSHED AROUND
Revolution outmuscled by Sporting KC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--It didn’t take long for the New England Revolution to learn what life would be like without Shalrie Joseph.


August 4, 2012
NEW ERA
In first game without Shalrie, Revs fall 1-0 to KC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Behind a first-half goal from Teal Bunbury, Sporting Kansas City defeated the New England Revolution 1-0 at Gillette Stadium to end a three-game winless streak.


August 2, 2012
REVOLUTION SALARIES
MLS Players Assn releases compensation figures

With the close of the summer transfer window, the Major League Soccer Players Association has released updated 2012 salary figures for all players in the league.


August 1, 2012
SHIPPED OUT
Revs trade captain Shalrie Joseph to Chivas USA

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – At the end of last season, the New England Revolution rewarded team captain and longtime midfield mainstay Shalrie Joseph with a Designated Player contract. On Wednesday, they sent him packing.


July 29, 2012
UNION BLUES
Revs fall to Union in 90th minute

CHESTER, Pa--There’s just something about PPL Park. It doesn’t like the New England Revolution, and they certainly aren’t fond of the Philadelphia Union’s picturesque little bandbox on the banks of the Delaware. Last year, the Revs saw a three-goal lead evaporate into a 4-4 draw. And on Sunday, a respectable one-point road draw was snatched away in the 90th minute, when Jack McInerney beat goalkeeper Matt Reis to give the Union a 2-1 comeback win.


July 24, 2012
THIRD TIME—MAYBE A CHARM
A win puts Breakers in the final

NORWOOD, Mass. - The Boston Breakers and Chicago Red Stars will meet for the third and final time this WPSL Elite season, and this is the most important game of them all.


July 21, 2012
SPORTING STANDOFF
Revs play Sporting KC to scoreless draw

KANSAS CITY, Kan.--The New England Revolution and Sporting Kansas City played to a scoreless draw Saturday before 19,080 supporters in sky blue at sold-out and steamy Livestrong Sporting Park.


July 20, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


July 18, 2012
NORTHERN EXPOSURE
Revs fall to Impact, still winless in Canada

MONTREAL---The New England Revolution remained winless north of the border (0-3-5) as they dropped a 2-1 decision to the expansion Montreal Impact in their first trip to Stade Saputo.


July 17, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Tuesday

New England Revolution injury report


July 16, 2012
FRENCH CONNECTION
Revs find partner for Sene

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has found a strike partner for Saër Sène, acquiring fellow French French striker Dimitry Imbongo on a free transfer after coming up through TSV 1860 Munich’s system.


July 14, 2012
SHAMEFUL
Heaps on Revs loss to TFC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---“Shameful” was the word Revolution head coach Jay Heaps used to describe his team’s inability to establish any rhythm in their 1-0 loss to Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium Saturday night to start the second half of their season.


July 14, 2012
STREAK OVER
Revs fall to TFC 1-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Toronto FC made an early Luis Silva goal hold up and the revitalized Reds ended the New England Revolution’s five-game home unbeaten streak with a 1-0 victory at Gillette Stadium Saturday.


July 13, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


July 13, 2012
TAKING STOCK
Rating the Revs at the season’s midpoint

The New England Revolution will kick off the second half of the 2012 season against resuscitated Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (7:30 pm, CSN) in the second and final scheduled meeting between the two sides.


July 10, 2012
SUSPENDED
Rowe gets game ban, fine for Meara incident

NEW YORK– The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended New England Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe for one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for a reckless challenge that endangered the safety of his opponent


July 9, 2012
FIRST-RATE FINISH
Bengtson beats the Red Bulls defense



July 8, 2012
DOWN TO BUSINESS
Revs make short work of Red Bulls

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Last year, the New England Revolution managed only five victories, a low point in franchise history.

With a businesslike 2-0 clampdown of the New York Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium on Sunday night to mark the midway point of their 2012 season, the Revolution exceeded their entire 2011 win total.


July 8, 2012
BULL BEATERS
Revolution top New York 2-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Lee Nguyen scored in the first half and newly signed Jerry Bengtson added a late clincher in his MLS debut as the New England Revolution easily handled the New York Red Bulls 2-0 before 14,374 vocal fans at Gillette Stadium.


July 7, 2012
WAR OF ATTRITION
Red Bulls bringing a thin lineup into Sunday’s match against Revolution

The story of Sunday's New England Revolution game against the New York Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium (7:00 pm, CSNNE) might very well be one of who is not coming.


July 6, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


July 6, 2012
CRUZIERO OUT
Olimpia will face Milan at Gillette instead

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Italian giant AC Milan will meet Honduran power Olimpia at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, August 4. Olimpia replaces Brazil’s Cruzeiro, who was previously scheduled to face AC Milan in that match.


July 5, 2012
ANOTHER DP
Revolution signs Honduran Jerry Bengtson

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have added their second designated player, signing Honduran forward Jerry Bengtson on a transfer from Honduras’ CD Motagua.


July 1, 2012
SATURDAY'S HERO
Photo: Fagundez greets Revs fans



July 1, 2012
“THEY KEEP BELIEVING”
Heaps happy with results, but wants more complete effort from Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution are living dangerously these long days of summer, and discovering a flair for the dramatic.


June 30, 2012
LATE FIREWORKS
Fagundez lifts Revs into tie with Sounders

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. ---For the second straight week, the New England Revolution left it to very, very late, this time teen sensation Diego Fagundez scoring the equalizer deep into stoppage time to give the New England Revolution a 2-2 draw against the visiting Seattle Sounders in the only 2012 meeting between the two sides.


June 29, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday

New England Revolution injury report


June 29, 2012
QUESTION TIME
Heaps has decisions to make in advance of Saturday’s game against Seattle

On Saturday night, the New England Revolution (5-7-3, 18 points) will host the floundering Seattle Sounders (7-5-4, 25 points), winless in their last seven MLS outings (CSN, 7:30 ET). But as the Revs approach the midpoint of the 2012 season, rookie Head Coach Jay Heaps has some decisions to make.


June 27, 2012
ROSTER MOVES
Revs prep for transfer window

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has made a series of roster moves as the International Transfer Window opens today. With the following transactions, the Revolution’s active roster stands at 27 today, and will move to 25 players on July 1.


June 26, 2012
MLS WEDNESDAY
A look at the upcoming game

Fresh off yet another crushing result, Toronto FC will take on a beefed-up Montreal Impact Wednesday night at Saputo Stadium.


June 23, 2012
STOPPAGE TIME TIE
Revs come back to draw Toronto 2-2

TORONTO---Chris Tierney headed a home a Flo Lechner cross in the fourth minute of second-half stoppage time as the New England Revolution came back from a two-goal deficit to claim a share of the points with a 2-2 tie against last-place Toronto FC and spoil former Revolution assistant Paul Mariner’s home debut as head coach.


June 22, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



June 22, 2012
REELING IN THE REDS
Can Revs break BMO curse on Saturday?

Can things get any worse for Toronto FC (1-10-1, 4 points), who host the New England Revolution (5-7-1, 16 points) at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon (5:30 ET, FSC)?


June 21, 2012
DOUBLEHEADER
AC Milan to face Cruzeiro before Revs game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Italian giant AC Milan will meet Brazilian power Cruzeiro at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, August 4. The clubs will meet in the first game of a doubleheader that will see the previously-scheduled match between the host New England Revolution and Sporting Kansas City in the second game.


June 20, 2012
MANSALLY RESURFACES
Ex Rev signs with RSL

SANDY, Utah – Former New England Revolution defender/forward Abdoulie “Kenny” Mansally has signed with Real Salt Lake following a three week trial with the club.


June 18, 2012
NEW TURF
Revs practice facility to be upgraded

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--- – The FieldTurf surface in the Dana-Farber Fieldhouse, installed in 2002, will be upgraded with a new FieldTurf Classic surface this summer. The facility hosts practices for the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution.


June 16, 2012
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Many positives in Revs’ scoreless draw with Columbus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--It’s difficult to find much inspiration from a scoreless draw before a hometown crowd, but the New England Revolution can take some solace from creating numerous quality chances in the opening half and from stifling the visiting Columbus Crew with solid defense.


June 16, 2012
STALEMATE
Revs, Crew ground out 0-0 draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Despite early indications that the night would yield a bounty of goals, the New England Revolution (5-7-2, 17 points) and Columbus Crew (5-4-4, 19 points) played to a scoreless draw before 12,218 Gillette Stadium fans on a cool and overcast evening.


June 16, 2012
TIME CHANGE
Revs-TFC kickoff pushed back

TORONTO---The New England Revolution’s match against Toronto FC next Saturday, June 23, at BMO Field has been pushed back one hour and will now kick off at 5:30 p.m. ET to accommodate fans who want to watch the quarterfinals of the UEFA European Championships earlier in the day.


June 15, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



June 15, 2012
BACK IN HARNESS
Revs resume schedule after 2-week break

After a two-week layoff, the New England Revolution (5-7-1, 16 points) will resume their two-game homestand on Saturday night against the Columbus Crew (5-4-3, 18 points) in the first of three 2012 matches between the two Eastern Conference rivals (CSN, 7:30 pm).


June 3, 2012
SWEET RELIEF
Win over Fire erases a week of bad memories for Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Until the clock struck the hour mark at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night, it had not been a kind week for Benny Feilhaber, Kelyn Rowe, and the New England Revolution.


June 2, 2012
ROWE RISES
Rookie comes off the bench to lead Revs to win over Fire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-Kelyn Rowe and Benny Feilhaber combined for a pair of second-half scores as the New England Revolution (5-7-1, 16 points) defeated the Chicago Fire (5-5-3, 18 points) 2-0 before 12,523 soggy fans on a wet night in Foxborough.


May 29, 2012
CUP CRACKUP
Revs blow 3-0 lead, bow out of Open Cup

HARRISBURG, Pa. – At least it wasn’t boring. The New England Revolution went down a man in the 36th minute, played scoreless soccer through 90 minutes, took a 3-0 lead in overtime, gave up three unanswered goals and then fell in penalty kicks to the Harrisburg City Islanders to be eliminated from the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday night at Skyline Sports Complex.


May 26, 2012
COMEBACK IS JUST SHORT
Revolution fall to DC 3-2

WASHINGTON, DC---The New England Revolution came back from a 2-0 first-half deficit to equalize with a pair of goals shortly after intermission, but Maicon Santos came off the bench to break the deadlock and launch DC United into first place in the Eastern Conference with a 3-2 win.


May 25, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



May 25, 2012
REVOLUTION SALARIES
MLS Players Assn release compensation figures

The Major League Soccer Players Association has released 2012 salary figures for all players in the league. Here is the breakdown for the New England Revolution.


May 25, 2012
CAPITAL CHALLENGE
Revs travel to take on resurgent United

The New England Revolution (4-6-1, 13 points) travel to the nation's capital on Saturday to take on DC United (7-4-3, 24 points) in a battle of two flagship MLS franchises seeking a return to past prominence (CSN, 7:30 ET).


May 19, 2012
WORK IN PROGRESS
Consistency remains elusive for rebuilt Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--One step forward, one step back. Eleven games into this rebuilding year, the reconfigured New England Revolution have danced a tantalizing two-step, raising expectations one moment then reverting to old ways the next. Saturday night’s 2-2 draw with the Houston Dynamo, in which New England twice surrendered leads, was an illustration of the young season’s choreography.


May 19, 2012
LUCK OF THE DRAW
Revs lose lead, salvage point against Houston

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Saer Sene scored on each side of the intermission to increase his 2012 goal tally to six, but the New England Revolution (4-6-1, 13 points) squandered another late lead to settle for a 2-2 tie with the Houston Dynamo Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


May 18, 2012
REVS INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



May 18, 2012
RIVALRY RENEWED
Revs host Houston on Saturday

The New England Revolution (4-6-0, 12 points) will attempt to continue their winning ways at Gillette Stadium and extend their two-game home winning streak when they host their long-time MLS rivals Houston Dynamo (3-3-3, 12 points) on Saturday night (7:30 ET, CSN).


May 16, 2012
READY TO OPEN
Revs to face LI-Harrisburg winner

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will begin play in the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday, May 29, when the team enters the bracket in the third round with 15 other Major League Soccer Teams.


May 14, 2012
HONORED BY MLS
Revs Nguyen named Player of the Week

NEW YORK - New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen was voted Major League Soccer’s player of the week following his two-goal, one-assist performance in the Revolution’s 4-1 victory over Vancouver Whitecaps FC at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, May 12.


May 12, 2012
SWEET REVENGE
Nguyen leads the way as Revs romp over Vancouver, 4-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—They say that revenge is a dish best served cold. But don’t tell that to red hot New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen, who burned the team that cut him in March with two goals and an assist and led the Revs to a 4-1 win over Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


May 11, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



May 11, 2012
SCALING THE HEIGHTS
Revolution hope to bring down surprising Whitecaps on Saturday

The New England Revolution (3-6-0, 9 points) will host the surging Vancouver Whitecaps (5-2-2, 17 points) at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 pm) in the only regular-season meeting of the two clubs.


May 8, 2012
TAKEN BACK
MLS rescinds Cardenas suspension

NEW YORK---New England Revolution midfielder Fernando Cardenas has gotten a disciplinary reprieve.


May 5, 2012
REAL-ITY CHECK
Revs lose to shorthanded RSL

SANDY, Utah--Blake Brettschneider’s brilliant early goal went to waste as the New England Revolution squandered both a 1-0 lead and 20 minutes of man advantage on their way to a 2-1 loss to Real Salt Lake Saturday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.


May 4, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



May 4, 2012
MANSALLY WAIVED
Revolution release Gambian midfielder

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution today waived Kenny Mansally


May 3, 2012
100 TAKES A WHILE
Revs break skid, Reis hits milestone

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---After surrendering a too-easy set piece score to the visiting Colorado Rapids in the 21st minute, the New England Revolution faced the prospect of a fourth consecutive loss and a further delay in the quest for Matt Reis’s 100th career victory.


May 2, 2012
NEWCOMERS SHINE
Sene, Cardenas lead Revs to 2-1 win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---Behind first-half goals from 2012 newcomers Saer Sene and Fernando Cardenas, the New England Revolution (3-5-0, 9 points) held on for a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Rapids (4-5-0, 12 points) to break a three-game losing streak and give Matt Reis his 100th career victory in net.


May 1, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Tuesday



April 28, 2012
PHOTO: HEARTBREAK
Late chance for Revs falls short



April 28, 2012
ROOKIE REJECTS REVS
Red Bulls Meara posts first career shutout

HARRISON, NJ---Instead of veteran Matt Reis picking up his 100th career win on Saturday, it was a rookie, the Red Bulls Ryan Meara picking up the first shutout of his career, as New York blanked the New England Revolution 1-0 at Red Bull Arena.


April 28, 2012
NO RETIRING THOUGHTS
Joseph says he plans to play until he's 40

He's getting into an age where many players think of calling it a career, but New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph certainly has no retiring thoughts these days.


April 27, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



April 14, 2012
LOST OPPORTUNITY
Revs waste chance to get back on track against DC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Last year, on their way to a 5-16-13 record, the worst in franchise history, the New England Revolution surrendered eight late goals that cost them points.

After losing for the second consecutive game on late scores, Rookie coach Jay Heaps was quick to reject any comparisons to 2011.


April 14, 2012
SQUANDERED
Revs give up late goal, fall 2-1 to DC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---The New England Revolution surrendered another decisive late goal as second-half substitute Chris Pontius curled an 82nd minute shot beyond the reach of Matt Reis and inside the left post two minutes after entering the game to give DC United a key 2-1 come-from-behind road victory over their Eastern Conference rivals.


April 13, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



April 12, 2012
CONSTRUCTION ZONE
Rebuilding Revs, United clash at Gillette Stadium Saturday

In an MLS season where about the only sure thing has been the flawless performance of Sporting Kansas City, in which the defending MLS Cup holders are at the bottom of the Western Conference and the long-suffering San Jose Earthquakes have gotten off to a 4-1-0 start, the rebuilt New England Revolution (2-3-0, 6 pts) have shown encouraging moments of promise. But they have yet to declare a clear identity under rookie head coach Jay Heaps. On Saturday, they return to Gillette Stadium to face DC United (1-2-2, 5 points), another rebuilding Eastern Conference side that has been inconsistent through the early going (CSN, 4:00 p.m. ET).


April 11, 2012
RESERVES GAME CHANGE
Revs vs DC rescheduled

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Saturday’s MLS Reserve League match between the New England Revolution and D.C. United has been re-scheduled and will now be played on Sunday, May 20, at Gillette Stadium.


April 10, 2012
SUSPENDED
Joseph will sit on Saturday

NEW YORK – He didn’t know it at the time, but when Revolution captain Shalrie Joseph took Ricardo Villar’s legs out from under him in the 62nd minute of last Saturday’s 1-0 loss to FC Dallas, he took himself out of this weekend’s home match against DC United.


April 10, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
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April 5, 2012
BITTER END
Revs fall to Hoops in stoppage time

FRISCO, Texas--FC Dallas (2-2-1, 7 points) crushed the hearts of the New England Revolution (2-3-0, 6 points) and ended their modest two-game winning streak with a free kick goal four minutes into stoppage time for a 1-0 win Thursday night at FC Dallas Stadium.


April 4, 2012
TAKING THE HIGH ROAD
Confident Revs visit FC Dallas on Thursday

On Thursday, the New England Revolution will ride a two-game winning streak, their longest since October 2010, into Frisco, Texas against FC Dallas (CSN alternate channel,8:30 pm ET).


March 31, 2012
BIG BANG
Revolution upsets Galaxy 3-1 in LA

CARSON, Calif.---Last week the New England Revolution picked up their first win under new head coach Jay Heaps. This week, the team scored its first big upset under the new boss, knocking off the defending MLS Champion Los Angeles Galaxy 3-1 at the Home Depot Center Saturday night.


March 29, 2012
CAREER DAY
Revs, Kraft hosting students at Gillette

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – College students who dream to be among the almost 150,000 professionals working in the U.S. sports industry are invited to register for the Kraft Sports Group’s Executive Lecture and Sport Management and Entertainment Career Fair on Saturday, April 14, at Gillette Stadium.


March 28, 2012
SWEDE SIGNING
Revs ink forward Bjorn Runstrom

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed Swedish forward Bjorn Runstrom on a free transfer. He will be formally added to the team’s roster upon receipt of his U.S. P-1 Visa and International Transfer Certificate and he will occupy an international slot on the team’s roster.


March 24, 2012
YA GOTTA BELIEVE
Team effort lifts Revs over Portland

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--“I’m a little bit hoarse because I think I played the game a little bit on the sideline,” a relieved Jay Heaps joked after his first victory as a Major League Soccer head coach.


March 24, 2012
NOSE JOB
Revs’ Alston may need another mask

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston may start getting a bit of a Freddy Krueger complex. For the second straight season, it looks like he might have to wear a mask to protect a busted nose.


March 24, 2012
SOMETHING TO CHEER ABOUT
Revs hold on for full 90 minutes

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution haven’t given their fans much to cheer about over the last few seasons. Saturday for the team’s 2012 home opener, the announced crowd of 12, 935 was able to cheer starting just 28 seconds in, when Saer Sene scored.


March 24, 2012
HAPPY HOMECOMING
Revolution top Portland, 1-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--French striker Saer Sene scored in the opening minute, and the New England Revolution (1-2-0, 3 points) held on for a 1-0 win over the visiting Portland Timbers (1-1-1, 4 points)to give Jay Heaps his first MLS coaching victory Saturday at Gillette Stadium.


Status as of Friday
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March 22, 2012
THE RAZOR’S EDGE
Revs open home campaign with an eye to leaving Gillette Stadium

On Saturday afternoon, the New England Revolution (0-2-0, 0 points) will host the second-year Portland Timbers (1-0-1, 4 points) as the Revolution begin their tenth season at Gillette Stadium (CSN, 4:00 p.m.).

According to Revolution President Brian Bilello, it may be one of the team's last at its Foxborough home.


March 17, 2012
KO’D IN KC
Shorthanded Revs lose 3-0

KANSAS CITY, Kan.-- Goals by Graham Zusi, Kei Kamara, and C.J Sapong gave Sporting Kansas City a 3-0 victory over an overmatched 10-man New England Revolution side at Livestrong Sporting Park on Saturday night.


March 16, 2012
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



March 16, 2012
MIRROR, MIRROR
Revs hope to emulate Sporting’s path to success

On Saturday, the New England Revolution (0-0-1, 0 points) continue their season-opening road trip, traveling to the heartland to play defending Eastern Conference champions Sporting Kansas City (1-0-0, 3 points) at Livestrong Sporting Park (8:30 ET, CSN).

The hosts represent much that the Revs aspire to become.


March 14, 2012
GO WITH THE FLO
Revolution signs German defender Lechner

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed German defender Florian “Flo” Lechner on a free transfer from Germany’s Karlsruher SC


March 10, 2012
SAME OLD REVS
Turnover proves costly, as Quakes win 1-0

SANTA CLARA, Calif.---Perhaps proving that a strong pre-season does not necessarily translate in the regular season, the New England Revolution started the 2012 season much the way they spent the 2011 season, on the losing end of the match.


March 9, 2012
WHITE IN
Revs signs midfielder

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have signed midfielder Jeremiah White. He will be formally added to the team’s roster upon receipt of his International Transfer Certificate and is expected to join the team for training next week.


March 9, 2012
STARTING FRESH
Revamped Revs open season in San Jose on Saturday

The Jay Heaps era gets officially underway for the New England Revolution on Saturday night, when they take on the San Jose Earthquakes at Buck Shaw Stadium in their 2012 MLS season opener (10:30 p.m. ET, CSN).


March 7, 2012
SIDELINED
Nyassi starts season on Revs’ Disabled List

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has placed midfielder Sainey Nyassi on the disabled list because of a left hamstring injury that he suffered on Feb. 10 in a preseason match against Boston College.


March 6, 2012
THREE NEW REVS
Brettschneider, Purdie, Roach sign

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution today signed three players to the roster: forward Blake Brettschneider, midfielder Alec Purdie and midfielder Michael Roach.


March 5, 2012
SPRING CLEANING
Revs waive Kinne, Schilawski

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution today waived midfielder Ryan Kinne and forward Zack Schilawski.


March 4, 2012
SHOT DOWN
Galaxy ends Revs pre-season streak in shootout

TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution went toe-to-to with the defending champion Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday night, playing 90 minutes of scoreless soccer at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium before finally falling 4-2 in penalty kicks in the final of the Desert Diamond Cup.


March 2, 2012
MIDDLE MAN
Revolution add former Whitecaps midfielder Nguyen

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have acquired former Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Lee Nguyen through the MLS Waiver Draft.


March 1, 2012
HE'S COMING
Revs say Moreno is on the way

Colombian striker Jose Moreno is set to join the New England Revolution, team General Manager Mike Burns confirmed on Thursday.


March 1, 2012
IT A TWIN BILL
Canada-Brazil women added to Revs opener

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Brazil Women’s National Team, featuring star striker Marta, will face the Canada Women’s National Team at Gillette Stadium in the first game of a March 24 doubleheader which also features the New England Revolution’s 2012 home opener against the Portland Timbers at 4 p.m.


February 29, 2012
CROWN JEWELS
Win over RSL sends Revs through to Desert Diamond Cup championship game

TUCSON, Ariz.—Diego Fagundez scored one goal and set the stage for another as the New England Revolution closed out pool play in the Desert Diamond Cup with a 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake Wednesday night at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.


February 26, 2012
NEW ‘TUDE
Positive preseason bolstering Revs’ morale, chemistry

Preseason results in sports don't usually matter. But for a team that won only seven games all last season, a five-game winning streak can have a monumental impact.


February 25, 2012
NO BULL
Revs beat Red Bulls for 5th straight preseason win

TUCSON, Ariz. – Kelyn Rowe scored both goals as the New England Revolution blanked the New York Red Bulls 2-0 in Saturday night’s Desert Diamond Cup match at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.


February 23, 2012
NEW ATTITUDE
Revs camp Is tightened up under Heaps

There’s a new sheriff in town. Or at least that’s the way it seems to veteran New England Revolution players who are undergoing their first preseason under new head coach Jay Heaps.


February 23, 2012
BENNY'S BIKE
Feilhaber's goal and other Revs-LA highlights



February 23, 2012
DIAMOND IN THE DESERT
Revs earn pre-season win over Galaxy

TUCSON, Ariz. – Jeremiah White's 74th minute goal gave the New England Revolution a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy in the opening game of the Desert Diamond Cup on Wednesday night at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.


February 20, 2012
DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH
Heaps looking to polish his Revs squad with Arizona tourney

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution traveled to Arizona on Monday for their final competitive tune-up before opening the 2012 season against the Earthquakes in San Jose on March 10.


February 17, 2012
GAMBIA CALLS
Mansally, Nyassi named for qualifier

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielders Kenny Mansally and Sainey Nyassi have been called up to the Gambia National Team for the squad’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Algeria on Wednesday, Feb. 29, in Gambia. Nyassi, however, is unable to report after suffering a hamstring injury in a recent Revolution scrimmage.


February 15, 2012
SETTING UP THE REVS
Rowe assists on pair against BC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Rookie midfielder Kelyn Rowe followed up Friday’s two-goal performance with a two-assist performance on Wednesday afternoon at Gillette Stadium, setting up both goals in the New England Revolution’s 2-1 win over Boston College.


February 13, 2012
FRENCH CONNECTION
Revs acquire Sène from Bayern Munich

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has acquired French forward Saër Sène on a free transfer from Germany’s Bayern Munich, where he has been a member of the team’s reserve squad since 2009. Sène will be formally added to the team’s roster upon receipt of his U.S. P-1 Visa and his International Transfer Certificate.


February 10, 2012
ROWE LEADS REVS
Post 3-0 win over Boston College

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Rookie midfielder Kelyn Rowe scored a pair of goals and Supplemental Draft selection Michael Roach tacked on a third in the closing stages as the New England Revolution claimed a 3-0 win over Boston College on Friday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.


February 2, 2012
FORWARD PROGRESS
Revs sign Colombian Jose Moreno

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps has been looking to add a forward to the team. The Revs did that on Thursday, acquiring Colombian forward Jose Moreno on loan from Colombian power Once Caldes. Moreno will be formally added to the team’s roster upon receipt of his U.S. P-1 Visa and his International Transfer Certificate.


January 31, 2012
GREEN CARD
Nyassi gains permanent resident status

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Sainey Nyassi, a native of The Gambia, has gained permanent resident status from the U.S. government and will now count as a domestic player on the Revolution’s roster.


January 30, 2012
SCHEDULE CHANGES
Revs switch two games

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has made two changes to its 2012 home schedule.


January 29, 2012
NEW OUTLOOK
Revs off to fresh start under Heaps

Things are going according to plan for the New England Revolution's first training camp under rookie coach Jay Heaps. Of course, that doesn't mean there isn't still a lot of work do be done and a lot of questions still to be answered as to how the Revs will come out to start the 2012 Major League Soccer season.


January 29, 2012
GAMBIAN GOALS
Nyassi, Mansally give Revs pre-season win

CASA GRANDE, Ariz. – Sainey Nyassi opened the scoring in the 38th minute and fellow Gambian Kenny Mansally converted a penalty kick in the 89th minute to lift the New England Revolution to a 2-1 win over FC Tucson (Premier Development League) in the 2012 preseason opener on Saturday night.


January 25, 2012
WORK IN PROGRESS
Heaps, Revs still looking for a goalscorer

When Jay Heaps took over as New England Revolution coach, his thinking was that the entire team did not have to be retooled in order to be competitive this season. And while there have been some departures this offseason, Heaps has yet to change his mind.


January 17, 2012
SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY
Revs take four in MLS Supplemental Draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected four players in Tuesday’s MLS Supplemental Draft: F Dawyne Smith (Bethel), F/M Alec Purdie (Indiana), M Kevin Garcia (Villanova), and F Michael Roach (Saint Louis).


January 12, 2012
LOOKING FOR AN IMPACT
Heaps has high hopes for draft picks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After their dismal finish in 2011, there certainly is room for the New England Revolution to improve their roster. First-year head coach Jay Heaps feels with the team’s selections in Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft at the Kansas City Convention Center, Kelyn Rowe and Tyler Polak, they have done that.


January 9, 2012
COLOMBIAN CONNECTION
Revs sign Lozano, Cárdenas

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed two Colombian players to its roster: central defender John Lozano and midfielder/forward Fernando Cárdenas.


January 6, 2011
STAFFING UP
Revs hire assistants

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has added three members to its soccer operations staff, hiring a primary assistant coach, strength and conditioning coach and an equipment manager.


January 5, 2012
THE SCHEDULE
Revs open with 2 game trip, won't host Galaxy

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will open the 2012 season with a two game road trip to San Jose and Kansas City before facing the Portland Timbers at home on March 24.


December 23, 2011
SIMMS SIGNS
Selected by Revs in Re-entry draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed former D.C. United midfielder Clyde Simms, whom the club selected in Stage 2 of the 2011 Re-Entry Process on Dec. 12.


December 12, 2011
ADDING EXPERIENCE
Revs take veterans Jaqua, Simms in Re-Entry Stage 2

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected two veteran MLS players in Monday's Stage 2 of the 2011 Re-Entry Process, choosing Seattle Sounders FC forward Nate Jaqua with the second overall selection, and D.C. United midfielder Clyde Simms in the second round, with the 21st overall pick.


December 8, 2011
PRE-SEASON SET
Revs to travel to Arizona

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. –The New England Revolution will open its first preseason training camp under new head coach Jay Heaps on Monday, January 16.


December 5, 2011
DRAFTING DANLEIGH
Revs select Borman in re-entry process

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected left-sided player Danleigh Borman from Toronto FC in Stage 1 of the Re-Entry Process on Monday. The Revs had the second overall selection, and chose the 25-year-old South Africa native with the pick.


December 5, 2011
DONE DEAL
Shalrie rewarded with DP designation

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has rewarded captain Shalrie Joseph for his nine years with the club, by signing him to a designated player contract. Long a subject of overseas transfer rumors, the seven-time MLS All-Star will remain in New England for the foreseaable future..


December 4, 2011
DESIGNATED SHALRIE
Joseph signs as a DP with the Revs

It appears that Grenada international midfielder Shalrie Joseph will finish his pro career with the New England Revolution.


December 2, 2011
GOING DUTCH
Revs Alston named to Generation adidas tour

NEW YORK. – New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston will travel to the Netherlands for this year’s Generation adidas tour as part of a team made up of MLS players.


December 1, 2011
REIS RE-SIGNS
Goalkeeper inks new deal with Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Matt Reis may have had his busiest and one of his most frustrating seasons in 2011, but that didn’t deter the veteran goalkeeper from signing a new contract with the New England Revolution.


November 30, 2011
THEY'RE AVAILABLE
Revs' Cochrane, Dube, Phelen free for re-entry

Three New England Revolution players will be eligible for the Major League Soccer re-entry draft next week. The club decided to decline the options of defender Ryan Cochran, midfielder Pat Phelen and forward Kheli Dube


November 29, 2011
HOME OPENER SET
Revs first Gillette date is March 24

NEW YORK---The New England Revolution will be one of the last teams in MLS to host a home opener, when they kick off at Gillette Stadium on March 24.


November 23, 2011
DOING THE WAIVE
Revs dodge draft, but drop three

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution did not lose any players to Wednesday’s MLS expansion draft, but lightened their roster anyway by waiving three first-year players: forward Alan Koger, defender Otto Loewy and midfielder Andrew Sousa.


November 21, 2011
DESIGNATED NOT ENOUGH
Caraglio left unprotected by Revs

NEW YORK---The New England Revolution left the franchise's first ever designated player Milton Caraglio unprotected for Wednesday's MLS Expansion Draft, when the Montreal Impact will stock its roster.


November 15, 2011
BACK TO THE FUTURE
Revs name former defender Heaps Head Coach

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Delving into their past to look toward the future, the New England Revolution named Jay Heaps as the team’s new head coach, replacing Steve Nicol.


November 10, 2011
BEST XI
Galaxy stars lead the way, Revs shutout

NEW YORK– Four players from the Los Angeles Galaxy, David Beckham, Landon Donvan, Todd Dunivant and Omar Gonzalez headline the 2011 MLS Best XI announced Thursday by Commissioner Don Garber on his annual state of the league conference call with media. Fellow MLS Cup finalist Houston Dynamo are represented by midfielder Brad Davis. Six other teams also each had one player named.


November 9, 2011
HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR
Revs Boggs honored by MLS

NEW YORK – New England Revolution midfielder Zak Boggs was named the 2011 MLS W.O.R.K.S. Humanitarian of the Year today for his volunteer cancer research at Children’s Hospital Boston.


November 9, 2011
MOVING FORWARD
Revs shake up management with an eye to the future

On the heels of the firing of head coach Steve Nicol two weeks ago, the New England Revolution shuffled some key players within their organization on Wednesday, giving overall responsibility for both the business and soccer end of the operation to Brian Bilello in his new role as President and promoting Mike Burns to General Manager.


November 9, 2011
SHUFFLING THE DECK
Revs make front office moves

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution continued their post season leadership changes on Wednesday, promoting both Brian Bilello and Mike Burns, and effectively ousting Sunil Gulati.


October 24, 2011
SACKED
Nicol and Revs part ways

The Steve Nicol era in Foxborough has come to an end. After a dismal 2011 season which saw the New England Revolution finish with the worst record in Major League Soccer, the long-time coach of the team was relieved of his duties on Monday.


October 22, 2011
END OF THE LINE
Revs, Reds end season with 2-2 draw

TORONTO, Ont.--The New England Revolution (5-16-13, 28 points) surrendered another late goal, settling for a competitive 2-2 draw with Toronto FC (6-13-14, 33 points) as both teams closed out disappointing MLS campaigns at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon.


October 21, 2011
TURN OUT THE LIGHTS…
Revs close out disappointing season Saturday at BMO Field

The New England Revolution (5-16-12, 27 points) will close out their 2011 season against Toronto FC (6-13-14, 32 points) at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon (12:30 ET, CSN).


October 15, 2011
OUT OF FOCUS
Revs botch the basics in lost season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Finishing and defending. Defending and finishing.

The Columbus Crew (13-12-8, 47 points) claimed a place at the post-season table because they were able to do both in a convincing 3-0 win over the New England Revolution (5-16-12, 27 points) in Foxborough on Saturday night.


October 15, 2011
CREW CUT
Revs fall to Columbus 3-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.The Columbus Crew punched their ticket to the 2011 MLS playoffs and sent the last-place New England Revolution to their fifth straight loss with a clinical 3-0 dissection at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.


October 14, 2011
THE LONG GOODBYE
Revs close out disappointing home season Saturday

The New England Revolution (5-15-12, 27 points) will host the Columbus Crew (12-12-8, 44 points) at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (7:30 ET, CSN) in the final home game of a wretched 2011 season.


October 8, 2011
DÉJÀ VU
Same sad refrain for Nicol, Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--New England head coach Steve Nicol stepped to the podium after the Revolution's 2-1 home loss to the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday and, like a robot with a brogue, uttered words that have become painfully familiar over the past few months.


October 8, 2011
AFTERSHOCK
Wondolowski, Quakes rock Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Chris Wondolowski scored his 13th and 14th goals of the season, one on either side of the intermission, to give the San Jose Earthquakes (7-11-14, 35 points) a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution (5-15-12, 27 points) Saturday night at Gillette Stadium. Both teams are playing out the string on a lost season, after being eliminated from playoff contention last weekend.


October 7, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



October 7, 2011
PLAYING FOR PRIDE
Nothing to gain for either Revs, Quakes on Saturday

The New England Revolution's 2-1 home loss to a makeshift Seattle Sounders side last week put a merciful end to the team's playoff hopes, on life support since mid-summer. The Revolution (5-14-12, 27 points) will play out their remaining three games starting Saturday night at Gillette Stadium (CSN, 7:30 ET) against the San Jose Earthquakes (6-11-14, 32 points), another original MLS franchise eliminated from the postseason, in a match originally scheduled to be played on August 3.


October 6, 2011
DONE FOR THE SEASON
Soares has ankle surgery

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution rookie defender A.J. Soares underwent successful surgery on his left ankle Thursday, which will require six to eight weeks of rehabilitation. As a result, he will miss the Revs’ final three games of the 2011 season.


October 1, 2011
HOME-GROWN HOPE
Fagundez gives Revs fans reason to look past this lost season

In a game that formally eliminated New England from postseason contention for the second consecutive year, it was Saturday night’s secondary story line that provided the entertainment and sustained the interest of Revolution supporters.


October 1, 2011
FOILED BY FREDY
Montero leads Seattle past Revs, 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Despite controlling possession for much of the match and getting a first-half goal from Diego Fagundez, the New England Revolution (5-13-12, 27 points) fell 2-1 to the Seattle Sounders (16-6-9, 57 points) as defensive miscues led to pair of Fredy Montero goals on either side of intermission. The loss formally eliminates the Revolution from playoff contention.


September 30, 2011
LAST GASP
Revs postseason hopes could end Saturday against Sounders

The New England Revolution (5-13-12, 27 points) return to Foxborough Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 ET) to open a three-game homestand and host the continent-hopping Seattle Sounders (15-6-9, 54 points).


September 25, 2011
IN TOO DEEP
Revs fall into early hole, lose to Fire 3-2

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--The Chicago Fire (6-8-15, 33 points) scored three goals in the opening half-hour at Toyota Park against an error-prone and undermanned New England Revolution (5-13-12, 27 points) and the home side held on for a 3-2 victory that keeps their slim playoff chances alive.


September 24, 2011
LOOKING FORWARD
Forget 2011 – time for the Revs to take stock for 2012

As New England (5-12-12, 27 points) prepares to take on the Chicago Fire (5-8-15, 30 points) at Toyota Park Sunday afternoon (CSN, 4:00 pm), key questions loom as the team enters the final stretch of a lost season. Here are three of them.


September 20, 2011
CALLED FOR RESIDENCY
Two from Revs U16 headed to Bradenton

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution Under-16s Guyllain “Guy” Kabala (Manchester, N.H.) and Declan McCabe (Weston, Mass.) are among the 32 players called into U.S. Soccer’s Under-17 Residency Program for its fall semester in Bradenton, Fla. The Revolution is one of only seven Development Academy clubs with multiple representatives on the roster.


September 16, 2011
FRIDAY NIGHT BLIGHT
Revs pummeled in Portland

PORTLAND, Ore--Under Friday night lights in the Pacific Northwest, the Portland Timbers delivered a dominating performance against the visiting New England Revolution, scoring twice in the opening period and adding another in the second half for a 3-0 victory that puts Portland in position for a playoff spot.


September 14, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Shalrie uses his head

Shalrie Joseph’s diving header, which was the New England Revolution’s game winner in the their 2-0 win over FC Dallas on Saturday is the New England Soccer news Goal of the Week for the Week ending September 11.


September 14, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Tierney leads the Revs

New England Revolution midfielder Chris Tierney is the New England Soccer News Player of the Week for the Week ending September 11.


September 12, 2011
OUT FOR THE SEASON
Revs McCarthy has shoulder surgery

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Stephen McCarthy underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder Monday, and will miss the remainder of the 2011 season while rehabilitating.


September 10, 2011
JUBILATION
Revolution snap winless streak with 2-0 shutout over FC Dallas

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—The long drought is over. Behind goals by Shalrie Joseph and Rajko Lekic, and a six-save effort by goalkeeper Matt Reis, the New England Revolution defeated FC Dallas 2-0 Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


September 7, 2011
GREEK TRAGEDY
Revolution collapse was one for the ages

Wednesday night’s game between the New England Revolution and Philadelphia Union unfolded with the inevitability of an Athenian tragedy.


September 7, 2011
THE WIN THAT WASN’T
Revs can’t hold 3-goal lead

CHESTER, Pa.---The New England Revolution keep finding ways to extend their winless streak, which is now seven games. Wednesday night at PPL Park, it was a total second half collapse that allowed the Philadelphia Union to tie the game at 4-4, after the Revs had a 3-1 lead at halftime.


September 7, 2011
TOTAL COLLAPSE
Revs blow 3-goal lead to tie Union, 4-4

CHESTER, Pa---It was a game the New England Revolution thought they had locked up at halftime. Instead of ending their now seven-game winless streak, the Revs allowed the Philadelphia Union to come back from three goals down and earn a 4-4 tie at PPL Park Wednesday night,


September 6, 2011
TURNING THE TIDE?
Newly energized Revolution hope to take advantage of sinking Union

On Wednesday (CSN, 8:00 pm ET), the New England Revolution (4-11-11, 23 points) will travel down the Eastern seaboard and up the Delaware River to PPL Park in Chester, Pa. to take on Philadelphia Union (8-7-10, 34 points) in a game originally planned for August 28th but rescheduled when Irene crashed into the Atlantic coast.


August 25, 2011
POSTPONED
Revs road game moved due to Irene

CHESTER, Pa. – Due to the forecasted weather conditions brought on by Hurricane Irene Philadelphia Union and Major League Soccer have rescheduled this Sunday’s match (August 28, at 7 PM) at PPL Park against the New England Revolution to Wednesday, September 7 at 8:00 p.m.


August 24, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Caraglio’s first is a beauty

Milton Caraglio’s first goal for the New England Revolution has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending August 21.


August 23, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Caraglio opens account with a brace

The New England Revolution’s new designated player Milton Caraglio has been named New England Soccer News Player of the Week based for the week ending August 21.


August 22, 2011
A STAR IS BORN
Caraglio gives glimpse of a brighter future for Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--For forty-five minutes, the New England Revolution provided a glimpse of the possible.

Playing in his fourth game, designated player Milton Caraglio opened his Revolution account with a pair of first-half goals and gave warning that he is a man-sized handful to be reckoned with.


August 20, 2011
WELL-BRACED
Revs, Red Bulls tie 2-2

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--A pair of braces on either side of intermission, from New England’s Milton Caraglio on the near side and New York’s Dane Richards on the far side, yielded a 2-2 Saturday night draw between the New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls that left neither win-starved team satisfied.


August 20, 2011
DESPERATE DUEL
Red Bulls, Revs both in need of points.

Two desperate teams take the field at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night, when the New York Red Bulls visit the New England Revolution (7:30 pm). With fewer than ten games to go in the 2011 MLS regular season, no team has been a bigger disappointment than the New York Red Bulls.


August 18, 2011
FRENCH REVOLUTION
Moroccan forward heads to the Fort

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Maybe the third time will be the charm for the New England Revolution and French players. The club signed French-born Moroccan forward Monsef Zerka on Thursday, hoping to boost the team’s anemic scoring output.


August 18, 2011
“FOR 89 MINUTES WE WERE GOOD”
Late lapse costs Revs a win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Late lapses of concentration have cost the New England Revolution all season, and it was more of the same on Wednesday night.


August 17, 2011
LATE LETDOWN
Revs nurse lead into 90th minute, settle for draw with Dynamo

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—It’s an all-too-familiar story. The New England Revolution left two points on the table once again on Wednesday, giving up a 90th-minute equalizer and settling for a 1-1 draw with the Houston Dynamo at Gillette Stadium.


August 16, 2001
NOT LIKE OLD TIMES
Dynamo-Revs far cry from glory days

In 2006 and 2007 the New England Revolution squared off with the Houston Dynamo for the MLS Cup and came up short both times. In 2008 the Revolution faced the Dynamo for SuperLiga supremacy and took home the hardware. When New England (4-11-9, 21 points) hosts Houston (7-7-10, 31 points) Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium (8:00 ET, CSN), only pride will be on the line, as those glory days for both teams are in the far off past.


August 13, 2011
CREW CUT
Revs give up 3 second half goals, fall 3-1

COLUMBUS, Ohio---The New England Revolution held a half time lead on the road, but it didn’t last long as the Columbus Crew scored three second half goals to earn an impressive 3-1 win to hold on to a first place lead in the MLS East.


August 12, 2011
TAKING CHANCES
Revolution need to turn attacks into goals against Columbus

Only two teams in MLS have scored fewer goals than the Eastern Conference-leading Columbus Crew. Unfortunately for coach Steve Nicol and company, one of them is the New England Revolution (4-10-9, 21 pts), who are looking for only their second MLS win since May 14 Saturday night at Crew Stadium (7:30 pm, CSN).


August 12, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



August 9, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Fagundez gets his first for Revs

Diego Fagundez’s first career goal for the New England Revolution has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending August 7.


August 6, 2011
YOUNG GUN
Revs lose, but Fagundez shines against Chivas USA

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—The New England Revolution still haven’t found a way to pull out a win after surrendering the first goal, but they certainly made things interesting on Saturday night, as teenager Diego Fagundez created one late goal and scored another in a 3-2 loss to Chivas USA at Gillette Stadium.


August 5, 2011
GETTING TO KNOW YOU
Both Revolution and Chivas USA will have new faces in Saturday’s lineup

Two teams in need of reinforcements got them this week, and are expected to give the newcomers their first taste of MLS competition Saturday when the New England Revolution host Chivas USA at Gillette Stadium (7:30, CSN).


August 3, 2011
EQUIPMENT COLLECTION
Revs seek donations Saturday

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution and the New England Revolution Charitable Foundation, in conjunction with the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s Passback program, will collect donations of new or gently-used soccer equipment at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, August 6, at the Revolution-Chivas USA match.


August 2, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Lekic helps the Revs to 1-1 tie

Rajko Lekic’s goal in the New England Revolution’s 1-1 tie against Sporting Kansas City has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending July 31.


August 2, 2011
FIRST DP
Revs sign Milton Caraglio

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The name Milton Caraglio does not have the same resonance as David Beckham or Thierry Henry, but never the less, the New England Revolution has made the 22-year-old-Argentine the club’s first ever Designated Player.


July 30, 2011
EVEN UP
Revs, Sporting play to 1-1 draw

KANSAS CITY, Kan.--As heartening as it is for any MLS team to come away with a road point from the formidable confines of Livestrong Sporting Park, the New England Revolution had to leave the field with a bitter taste in their mouths after Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City.


July 29, 2011
ROAD READY
Revs hope to pick up more points in KC

Road games have not been a picnic for the New England Revolution, who have only won one away from home this season, but all-star midfielder Shalrie Joseph is looking forward to playing in Kansas City on Saturday, when the Revs make their first trip to Livestrong Sporting Park.


July 29, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



July 27, 2011
IN FRONT OF THE EIGHT BALL
Joseph enjoys 8th MLS all-star appearance

NEW YORK -- Shalrie Joseph has been to so many MLS all-star games he has lost count.


July 26, 2011
HE MIGHT NOT PLAY
Joseph could skip World Cup qualifying

NEW YORK — New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph admitted on Monday that he hasn’t decided on whether he will play for Grenada in the upcoming World Cup qualifying matches, but he indicated he might not represent the Caribbean country.


July 23, 2011
TRUE GRIT
Never-say-die Revs take a point from Rapids

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.--A gritty come-from-behind performance by the shorthanded New England Revolution salvaged a point against the Colorado Rapids. Shalrie Joseph’s 89th-minute penalty kick yielded a 2-2 draw in a wild night at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.


July 22, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



July 21, 2011
ONE OF THE BEST
Revs’ Fagundez named to Development Academy Starting XI

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – For the second straight year, New England Revolution Under-16 Diego Fagundez was named to the U15/16 Development Academy Starting XI, honoring him as one of the top 11 players across the country in the Development Academy.


July 20, 2011
SO CLOSE
DC's Hamid robs Nyassi



July 20, 2011
FINALLY! A WIN
Revs blank DC 1-0 to end skid

WASHINGTON, DC---The New England Revolution may not have recaptured the heart Steve Nicol said they were missing, but they did at least capture three points with a lucky 1-0 win over DC United in the torpid heat of R.F.K. Stadium Wednesday night.


July 19, 2011
SUMMERTIME BLUES
Revs try to reverse fortunes in DC

On Wednesday night, the beleaguered New England Revolution (3-9-7, 16 points) travel to Capitol Hill to take on long-time foe DC United (5-5-8, 23 points) in the 56th meeting of the two clubs (CSN, 7:30 ET).


July 19, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Tuesday



July 17, 2011
HE’S A STAR
Revs Shalrie Joseph picked for MLS Squad

NEW YORK – New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph is among the 22 players named to the game day roster - selected by MLS All-Star head coach Hans Backe - that will compete against Manchester United in the 2011 AT&T MLS All-Star Game on Wednesday, July 27 at Red Bull Arena (8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2, Galavision, and TSN).


July 18, 2011
HANGING THEM UP
Revs’ midfielder Dabo retires

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Ousmane Dabo has retired from professional soccer.


July 17, 2011
“IT’S ABOUT HEART”
Poor record might be the least of Revs’ problems

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--In a season marked at its midpoint by a growing sense of despair and resignation, the New England Revolution’s 3-0 loss to Philadelphia Union at home on Sunday night plumbed a new low.


July 17, 2011
DOWN AND OUT
Revolution humiliated by Union

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--First-half goals from Carlos Ruiz and Carlos Valdes were all Philadelphia Union needed to add to the misery of the New England Revolution’s 2011 season, but Sheanon Williams added a stoppage time goal for Philadelphia after Benny Feilhaber’s second yellow card reduced the Revolution to ten men to complete the embarrassment of Sunday’s 3-0 loss at Gillette Stadium.


July 16, 2011
ALL OR NOTHING
Fading Revs need the full 3 points from Union on Sunday

The New England Revolution will try to get their MLS season back on track when they host Philadelphia Union on Sunday at Gillette Stadium (CSN, 7:00 ET). The pivotal Eastern Conference match-up features I-95 rivals who have been traveling in opposite directions.


July 15, 2011
DOMI DUMPED
French defender released

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution defender Didier Domi has been released from his contract by Major League Soccer.


July 14, 2011
LOOKING ON THE BRIGHT SIDE
Revs try to take something positive from loss

After suffering through a miserable first half of the 2011 MLS campaign, the New England Revolution are looking for any spark to ignite a second half blaze.


July 13, 2011
SHAPING UP
United here to get fit and find pieces

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Less than six weeks ago, Manchester United culminated their otherwise successful 2010- 2011 season with a 3-1 loss to FC Barcelona in a highly anticipated Champions League final at Wembley Stadium in London.


July 13, 2011
BEDEVILED
Revs fall 4-1 to Manchester United

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--They say that playing against top competition elevates your game. The New England Revolution, in dire need of elevation, acquitted themselves admirably for one half before quality prevailed and a flurry of Manchester United goals, including a brace from 19 year-old Federico Macheda, produced a 4-1 victory for the visitors from across the pond Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium.


July 13, 2011
THE TEAMS
Rosters for U.S., France in WWC semifinal

These are the rosters for the United States and France, which will tussle in the semifinals of the Women's World Cup on Wednesday (ESPN, noon ET).


July 13, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Tuesday



July 11, 2011
SELECT COMPANY
Sir Alex leads English champs to Foxboro

Alex Ferguson plies his trade in select company.

Sir Francis Drake delivered Spanish plunder from the Caribbean, Sir Walter Raleigh tobacco from the Virginia plantations.


July 8, 2010
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



July 4, 2011
HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?
Revs blow three leads on way to draw with RSL

SANDY, Utah—The fireworks started early in the New England Revolution’s Independence Day match at Real Salt Lake, with a howlingly bad penalty call and red card from referee Yader Reyes and, for a change, an early advantage for Steve Nicol’s snakebit side. But even that gift from the soccer gods ultimately was not enough, as the Revs squandered three leads on the way to a nightmarish 3-3 draw at Rio Tinto Stadium.


July 3, 2011
SWIMMING UPSTREAM
Revs face tough test against Real Salt Lake

The good news for the New England Revolution is that soccer in America doesn't operate like soccer elsewhere in the world. If it did, the Revolution would be gearing up for a tough relegation battle and facing the prospect of competing with the likes of the Carolina RailHawks in the NASL next season.


July 1, 2011
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Friday



June 30, 2011
NO OPTIONS
Revs won’t pick up Perovic, Stolica

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Once thought to be a part of the cure for the New England Revolution’s sputtering offence, the club has decided not to pick up the contract options on midfielder Marko Perovic and forward Ilija Stolica ahead of Major League Soccer’s July 1 contract guarantee date.


June 28, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Revs' Nyassi nets his first of the season

Sainey Nyassi’s first goal of the season for the New England Revolution has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending June 26


June 26, 2011
THE SAME OLD SONG
Revs start strong but come up short against Seattle

SEATTLE---The New England Revolution got off to an encouraging start against Seattle Sounders FC on Sunday, but finished on a familiar note of futility , falling 2-1 on first-half goals by Tyson Wahl and Alvaro Fernandez at CenturyLink Field


June 24, 2011
TOUGH ROAD AHEAD
Undermanned, underperforming Revs leave unhappy home

Barely a week ago, the New England Revolution hoped that a couple of home-cooked meals would restore the team to health.

Stronger medicine may be needed as the team heads out on the road beginning with Sunday's match against Seattle Sounders FC (4:00 pm, CSN).


June 22, 2011
RESCHEDULED
Revs-San Jose to October 8

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution’s home match against the San Jose Earthquakes at Gillette Stadium, originally scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 3, has been moved to Saturday, Oct. 8. The re-scheduled match will now kick off at 7:30 p.m. and will be televised by Comcast SportsNet and carried on the radio by 98.5 The Sports Hub.


June 21, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Lekic lifts the Revs to 1-1 draw

Rajko Lekic’s second half goal that lifted the New England Revolution to a 1-1 tie with the Chicago Fire on Saturday has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending June 19.


June 18, 2011
FRUSTRATIONS MOUNTING
Revs tie feels like a loss

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The frustrations have been mounting for the New England Revolution.

Goals are a rarity, fans are finding other things to do, and playoffs hopes are fading


June 18, 2011
ONE POINT AT A TIME
Revs, Fire play to 1-1 draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass--The New England Revolution and the Chicago Fire played to 1-1 tie Saturday night in an engaging and evenly matched contest that produced 32 shots and abundant scoring opportunities for both sides, but couldn't end the Revolution's streak of five league games without a win.


June 17, 2011
STILL SEARCHING
Revolution looking for the right combination against Chicago

No one should look for a bucketload of goals when the New England Revolution (3-7-5, 14 pts) host the Chicago Fire (2-4-8, 14 pts) Saturday night at Gillette Stadium (7:30 pm, CSN).


June 16, 2011
BIG ZERO(S)
Scoreless draw for Revs, Toronto

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--What happens when the league’s most tepid offense meets its most porous defense? Not much in the way of scoring, as the New England Revolution (3-7-5, 14 pts) and Toronto FC (2-5-9, 15 pts) played to a 0-0 tie Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium.


June 14, 2011
THE OTHER GAME IN TOWN
Revs host TFC on Wednesday night

If two teams play soccer and no one is there to see it, do the points count? That might well be the case on Wednesday, when the New England Revolution host Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium (8:00 pm. CSN), directly opposite Game 7 of the beloved Bruins’ quest for their first Stanley Cup since 1972.


June 14, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Thierry Henry burns the Revs

Thierry Henry’s second half goal in the New York Red Bulls’ 2-1 win over the New England Revolution last Friday has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending June 12.


June 10, 2011
MISSED CHANCES
Revs could have taken a point

HARRISON, NJ---If the New England Revolution were looking for chances to win a game, they had plenty of them on Friday night, but they could not put them away. An own goal and a missed penalty kick sent the Revolution to yet another loss, 2-1 at Red Bull Arena.


June 10, 2011
BAD NIGHT
Revs fall to Red Bulls

HARRISON, NJ--- HARRISON, NJ—Friday just wasn’t Ryan Cochrane’s night. The Revolution defender scored an own goal, and was left holding his jockstrap by the New York Red Bulls Thierry Henry on the other, as the Revs fell 2-1 at Red Bull Arena. The loss was the fourth straight for the 3-7-4 Revolution.


June 9, 2011
A NEW GUY
Revs sign midfielder from Ireland

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed midfielder Ryan Guy. He is expected to join the team following the Revs’ return from this weekend’s trip to New York.


June 8, 2011
WAIVED
Revs drop Augustine

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution waived Nigerian midfielder Michael Augustine Wednesday.


June 4, 2011
MORE OF THE SAME
Revs fall to FC Dallas, 1-0

FRISCO, TX— The New England Revolution came to Pizza Hut Park as a team trying to turn the corner on the season. But the Revolution didn’t come any closer to solving its problems in the muggy Texas heat Saturday night in a 1-0 loss to FC Dallas.


June 3, 2011
TALL ORDER
Dallas a tough place for the Revs to snap road jinx

The New England Revolution have lost their last two league games, are tied for fewest goals scored in MLS this season with 10, and are looking to reverse their fortunes Saturday night against a hot team in an even hotter stadium – FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park (8:30 pm, CSN).


June 2, 2011
SURGERY FOR PEROVIC
Revs midfielder out for the season

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Marko Perovic underwent successful surgical procedures on his left knee Thursday and will miss the remainder of the 2011 season after being added to the team’s season ending injury list. He expected to make a complete recovery and return to full soccer participation in six to nine months.


May 31, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Reis keeps Revs in the game

New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis has been selected the New England Soccer News Player of the Week for the week ending May 29.


May 31, 2011
INVITATION DECLINED
Joseph won’t join Grenada for Gold Cup

New England Revolution Shalrie Joseph has changed his mind about playing for Grenada in the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup.


May 28, 2011
STAR STRUCK
Revolution fall to Galaxy

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---Steve Nicol’s decision to rest what is now his regular lineup nearly paid off. Using the same starting 11 as a week ago, the New England Revolution held off the Los Angeles Galaxy for much of the game, but fell 1-0 on a goal by Miguel Lopez Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.


May 27, 2011
FRESH START
Rested Revs prepare for leg-weary Galaxy

New England Revolution coach Steve Nicol spared most of his regulars the rigors of last Wednesday’s trip to Kansas City – and the subsequent 5-0 pounding that knocked the team out of U.S. Open Cup contention – and will see on Saturday night whether the extra rest provides any additional advantage against the league-leading LA Galaxy at Gillette Stadium (8 pm, CSN-NE, Galavision).


May 25, 2011
PLAYED OUT
Revs “B” team fails in Open Cup quest

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.---The end of the New England Revolution’s foray into the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup came quickly, but was anything but merciful, as Sporting Kansas City, playing in their first game on home soil this year, rolled to a 5-0 win at the Blue Valley District Activities Complex Wednesday night.


May 24, 2011
ACCEPTING THE CALL
Joseph will play for Grenada

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England Revolution captain Shalrie Joseph has accepted his call-up from Grenada for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The midfielder was included the roster Grenada submitted to CONCACAF for the tournament, but had not yet decided if he would participate until Tuesday morning, when he informed the Revolution he would play in the Gold Cup.


May 21, 2011
WEST COAST WOES
Revolution fall to Quakes 2-1

SANTA CLARA, Calif.---The West Coast is not a happy place for the New England Revolution. Just when it looked like they had shaken off their malaise with back to back shutouts, they headed to the left coast and fell to the surging San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 at Buck Shaw Stadium Saturday night.


May 20, 2011
JET BLUES
Revs hope to shake West Coast jinx against Quakes

The New England Revolution (3-3-4, 13 pts) are riding high after shutting out their last two opponents. Whether or not they have actually turned a corner will start to become apparent Saturday night, when they take on the San Jose Earthquakes (2-4-3, 9 pts) at Buck Shaw Stadium (10:30 pm, CSN-NE).


May 17, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Joseph spots the Revs to a win

Shalrie Joseph’s penalty kick goal which gave the New England Revolution a 1-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps FC has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending May 15.


May 14, 2011
SPOT ON
Joseph’s pk lifts Revs over Whitecaps FC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Although the New England Revolution did not do much to allay coach Steve Nicol’s concern about their lack of finishing power on Saturday night, they did take advantage of a 49th-minute penalty kick to defeat Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1-0 in front of 14,186 at rainswept Foxborough Stadium.


May 13, 2011
FRESH START
Revs hope to get back on winning track against weary Whitecaps

There were plenty of memorable moments in the New England’s Revolution’s first match against the expansion Vancouver Whitecaps FC: red cards to Vancouver’s Gershon Koffie and Eric Haasli, as well as New England’s AJ Soares, and Ilija Stolica’s stoppage time equalizer that let New England escape from Empire Field with a 1-1 draw. When the season series wraps up Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, the Revolution (2-3-4, 10 pts) would be delighted with less drama and a full three points at the final whistle.


May 11, 2011
MLS ROUNDUP
Union come back to tie Galaxy

CHESTER, Pa---Danny Mwanga scored in the 84th minute to lift the Philadelphia Union to a 1-1 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy in front of a PPL Park Record crowd of19,178.


May 7, 2011
HOLDING FAST
Revolution hold Rapids to scoreless draw

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---The result was better, even if the play wasn’t. The New England Revolution managed a scoreless draw against the defending champion Colorado Rapids at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


May 6, 2011
LAST MEN STANDING
Injury-wracked Revs, Rapids meet on Saturday

California dreamin’ turned into a nightmare for the New England Revolution with last weekend’s 3-0 loss to Chivas USA. They will try to put that setback behind them on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium (7:30 pm, CSN-NE), against a team they have not beaten since 2007 – the defending champion Colorado Rapids.


May 6, 2011
35,000 AND COUNTING
Revs-Man United tickets are moving

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – More than 35,000 tickets have been sold to the international friendly between the New England Revolution and UEFA Champions League finalist Manchester United on Wednesday, July 13 at Gillette Stadium. Individual tickets in the lower bowl are almost sold out.


April 30, 2011
HUMBLED
Revs lose big to Chivas USA

CARSON, Calif.---One win does not a streak or a turnaround make. The New England Revolution found that out Saturday night at the Home Depot Center, falling to Chivas USA 3-0.


April 29, 2011
RE-TOOLED
New-look Revs seek a win at HDC

Steve Nicol and the New England Revolution brain trust looked like geniuses after newcomers Benny Fielhaber and Rajko Lekic helped the team snap a two-game losing – and goal-less --streak with a gutsy 3-2 win over Sporting Kansas City last Saturday at Gillette Stadium. This weekend they take their act on the road, looking for a rare win at the Home Depot Center against Chivas USA on Saturday night (10:30 pm, CSN-NE).


April 29, 2011
STAFFING THE RESERVES
Revolution hire Peter Fuller as coach

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has hired long-time University of Mobile head coach and Sudbury, Mass., native, Peter Fuller as the club’s reserve team coach. Fuller will join the Revolution on Monday, May 2.


April 29, 2011
LOANED OUT
Revs send Murray, Stolica to FC NY

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution goalkeeper Tim Murray and striker Ilija Stolica have been loaned to USL PRO league club FC New York, based in Queens, New York. The arrangement begins this weekend with FC New York’s season opener against Orlando City.


April 28, 2011
GOING TO KANSAS CITY
Revs to face Sporting in Open Cup Play-in

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will travel to face Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday, May 25, in the final round of the MLS Play-In bracket of the U.S. Open Cup. The exact time and site of the match is still to be finalized, and will be announced at a later date.


April 26, 2011
MOVING ON
Revs oust DC United from Open Cup, 3-2

BOYDS, Md.—Kheli Dube scored twice, and 2011 MLS SuperDraft pick Alan Koger netted the game-winner as the New England Revolution defeated DC United 3-2 in a U.S. Open Cup play-in match Tuesday at the Maryland Soccerplex.


April 26, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Joseph rises above the pack

Shalrie Joseph’s game tying goal for the new England Revolution against Sporting Kansas City on Saturday has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending April 24.


April 24, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Lekic paces the Revs

Rajko Lekic who scored one goal and set up another has been named the New England Soccer News Player of the Week for the week ending April 24.


April 23, 2011
A SHOT IN THE ARM
Newcomers Feilhaber, Lekic lift Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution’s newcomers made the difference on Saturday night in a 3-2 win over Sporting Kansas City at Gillette Stadium. Benny Feilhaber, acquired on Wednesday, set up the first goal, and recently signed Rajko Lekic scored the game-winner as the Revs broke a two-game losing streak.


April 22, 2011
NEW LOOK, NEW START?
Revolution look to snap skid against SKC

The New England Revolution have a new-look jersey, a new star midfielder, and a burning desire to get back on the winning track when Sporting Kansas City invades Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (7:30, CSN-NE).


April 22, 2011
ON SALE SATURDAY
Tickets for Revs-Man United

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Tickets to the eagerly-anticipated international friendly between the New England Revolution and English titan Manchester United will go on sale to the public, Saturday, April 23, starting at 10 a.m., through all Ticketmaster locations and the Revolution ticket office.


April 22, 2011
JERSEY SPONSOR
Revs announce deal with UnitedHealthCare

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. ---For the first time in the New England Revolution’s 16-year history, they are getting a shirt front sponsor thus becoming the 12th team in MLS to have a corporate name across the front of their jersey. The team on Friday announced a deal with Minneapolis based UnitedHealthCare.


April 20, 2011
COULDN’T PASS IT UP
Revs on acquiring Feilhaber

When Steve Nicol found out the New England Revolution could get U.S. National Team midfielder Benny Fielhaber, it was pretty much a no-brainer for the team to sign him.


April 20, 2011
JOINING THE REVOLUTION
U.S. Vet Feilhaber allocated to New England

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has added U.S. National Team midfielder and 2010 FIFA World Cup veteran Benny Feilhaber to the roster through Major League Soccer’s Allocation Process. He is expected to join the Revolution at training on Friday.


April 17, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Reis keeps Revs in game with 7 saves

New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis, who made seven saves while facing 26 shots in a 1-0 loss to the Houston Dynamo has been named the New England Soccer News Player of the Week for the week ending April 17.


April 17, 2011
ANOTHER BLANKING
Revolution fall to Dynamo 1-0

HOUSTON---Two games, no goals and two losses. That’s what the New England Revolution’s last eight days look like. A goal by Hunter Freeman in the 86th minute was all the Houston Dynamo needed to get past the depleted Revolution at Robertson Stadium Sunday night.


April 10, 2011
“WE WEREN'T GOOD”
Nicol on Revs first loss, 2-0 to RSL

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---The New England Revolution saw red Saturday night -- red cards and the dark claret in Real Salt Lake’s uniforms, all of which left coach Steve Nicol a little red in the face.


April 9, 2011
SEEING RED AND CLARET
Revs streak ends with 2-0 loss to RSL

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---The New England Revolution’s season opening undefeated streak came to a screeching halt at Gillette Stadium Saturday night, as Real Salt Lake cruised to a 2-0 win.


April 8, 2011
DANISH DELIGHT
Revolution sign Rajko Lekic

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed Danish forward Rajko Lekic. Lekic will occupy one of the team’s international roster spots and will be officially added to the team’s roster upon receipt of his International Transfer Certificate.


April 8, 2011
A REAL CHALLENGE
Weary Revs take on RSL

The Revs will barely have time to re-set their watches from west coast time before taking the field against undefeated Real Salt Lake (2-0-0) Saturday at Gillette Stadium (7:30 pm, CSN-NE).


April 6, 2011
CARD CRAZY
Revolution salvage 1-1 draw with shorthanded Whitecaps

VANCOUVER, BC--It was one of those maddening games that left everyone involved scratching their heads, and nobody happy with the 1-1 result.


April 6, 2011
CUP DATE SET
Revs will travel to face DC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will begin play in the 2011 U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday, April 26, when the team will travel to face D.C. United at Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds, Maryland. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.


April 5, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
McCarthy opens his account

First-year midfielder Stephen McCarthy became the first Revs rookie to open his scoring account in 2011 when he skipped in a rebound against Portland on Saturday night, earning New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending April 3.


April 5, 2011
MILES TO GO
Revs take quick cross-country trip to face Whitecaps

The New England Revolution open a busy MLS week with a Wednesday night match against the expansion Vancouver Whitecaps at Empire Stadium (10:00 pm, CSN-NE).

It will be the Revs’ second straight match against an MLS expansion team, but the Whitecaps should provide a much tougher test than did the Portland Timbers during last Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium – and not just because the idiosyncrasies of airline travel will send the jet-lagged New England traveling party to the west coast of Canada via Dallas-Fort Worth, a one-way trip of approximately 3,310 air miles.


April 2, 2011
DISAPPOINTED ALL AROUND
Nicol on Revs 1-1- tie to expansion team

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---New England Revolution manager Steve Nicol was understandably disappointed with his team’s 1-1 tie with the Portland Timbers at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


April 2, 2011
BETTER THAN NOTHING
Revs settle for draw with Timbers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---The New England Revolution kept their unbeaten streak alive with a 1-1 tie against the Portland Timbers at Gillette Stadium Saturday night. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the Revs only managed a tie against an expansion team that had scored only one goal in its two previous league games, while allowing five, and was playing with its third string goalkeeper.


April 1, 2011
LOOKING SHARP
Revs hope to extend streak against Timbers

So far, so good. Things are going the New England Revolution’s way this MLS season—including a couple of key calls in last Saturday’s 2-1 win over DC United -- and they will be looking to extend their uneaten streak to three games against the expansion Portland Timbers at Gillette Stadium (7:30 pm, CSN-NE).


March 31, 2011
WAIVED
Revolution drops Sinovic

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – After signing defender Otto Loewy earlier in the day, the New England Revolution waived second-year defender Seth Sinovic.


March 31, 2011
TAKING A TRIALIST
Revs sign defender Otto Loewy

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed central defender Otto Loewy.


March 29, 2011
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Schilawski ends a drought

Second-year forward Zack Schilawski sixth career goal is the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending March 27.


March 29, 2011
REVS TO FACE MAN U.
Part of World Football Challenge

NEW YORK – The New England Revolution will face English titan Manchester United at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday, July 13, as part of the 2011 World Football Challenge.


March 26, 2011
CONTROVERSIAL WIN
Revs beat DC with two early goals

FOXBOROUGH, MA—The New England Revolution are unbeaten. While it’s still too early for that to mean anything, the Revs did manage to take an early lead and hold onto it well into stoppage time to win their fifth straight home opener, 2-1 over D.C. United.


March 25, 2011
START THE REVOLUTION
Revs open home season Saturday against DC United

The New England Revolution have won four straight home openers at Gillette Stadium, and will be looking to extend the streak on Saturday against DC United (4:30 pm, CSN-NE).


March 25, 2011
DISCIPLINED
Joseph fined for Florida incident

NEW YORK -- New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph has been disciplined for an incident at the team’s hotel in Orlando on February 20.


March 21, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Reis stops and onslaught

New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis has been named the New England Soccer News Player of the Week for the week ending March 20.


March 20, 2011
MAKING IT COUNT
Revs hold on for 1-1 tie with Galaxy

CARSON, Calif--- The New England Revolution put up with torrential rain and chilly wet conditions and wave after wave of Los Angeles Galaxy attacks to earn a 1-1 draw at the Home Depot Center on Sunday.


March 19, 2010
STARTING FRESH
Revolution open season against Galaxy on Sunday

For the second straight year, the New England Revolution open their MLS season at the Home Depot Center against the LA Galaxy (8:00 pm, CSN-NE, Galavision). This time, they are hoping for a better result than last season’s 1-0 loss.


March 17, 2011
GAMBIA CALLS
Mansally, Nyassi to miss Revs game against DC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielders Kenny Mansally and Sainey Nyassi have been called up to the Gambia National Team for the squad’s friendly against Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday, March 29, in Malabo.


March 15, 2011
FAGUNDEZ FACTOR
2 goals, 3 assists for Revs Youth teams

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Under-16s and Under-18s went a combined 1-2-1 against PA Classics and FC Delco over the weekend. Homegrown player Diego Fagundez (Leominster, Mass.) factored into every Revolution goal scored during his time on the field, registering two goals and three assists.


March 13, 2011
LIGHTS OUT IN GEORGIA
Revs drop preseason finale to Houston

KENNESAW, Ga.—The Atlanta Pro Soccer Challenge proved too tough for the New England Revolution, who closed out the tournament, and the 2011 preseason, with a 3-1 loss to the Houston Dynamo Sunday at KSU Soccer Stadium.


March 13, 2011
LOOKING FORWARD
Revs’ Joseph eager to get back on the road to the playoffs

New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph has a few things he’d like to put behind him. Like missing the playoffs last season, and the incident in Florida, which had the club send him back home briefly.


March 11, 2011
A WHEN, NOT AN IF
Garber on Revolution Stadium

Almost every team in Major League Soccer is getting in on the soccer-specific stadium construction boom and Commissioner Don Garber would like to see the New England Revolution join that growing trend.


March 10, 2011
SCHEDULE CHANGES
Two Revolution games shifted

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has announced changes to two home games this season.


March 9, 2011
FIRST LOSS
Revs fall to Crew, 3-1

KENNESAW, Ga. – The New England Revolution’s high-flying preseason came crashing to earth on Wednesday night, with a 3-1 loss to the Columbus Crew in the opening match of the Atlanta Pro Soccer Challenge at KSU Soccer Stadium.


March 7, 2011
“WE’RE GETTING CLOSE”
Nicol, Revs looking for consistency heading into MLS season

Having finished far out of the playoff hunt last season, the New England Revolution knew some things were going to change for 2011, and defense was probably at the top of the list.

If the preseason to date is any indication, that concern might well be taken care of.


March 7, 2011
PRE-SEASON TV
Comcast to televise Revs-Dynamo game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Comcast SportsNet New England will televise the New England Revolution's final preseason match against the Houston Dynamo on Sunday, March 13. The game will be carried live at 3 p.m. by the Revs' regional broadcast partner.


March 7, 2011
NEW GIG
Twellman joins Union broadcast team

CHESTER, Pa. – Recently retired New England Revolution forward Taylor Twellman will serve as a color analyst for Philadelphia Union telecasts.


March 6, 2011
STILL PERFECT
Revolution wins another exhibition

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Sainey Nyassi scored in the 43rd minute and Zack Schilawski added a goal in the 81st to give the New England Revolution a 2-1 win over the Columbus Crew on Sunday at Finley Stadium.


March 3, 2011
YOUNG INTERNATIONAL
Revolution signs Nigeria’s Augustine

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed Nigerian midfielder Michael Augustine to a Major League Soccer contract. Augustine, who joined the team this morning at training in Kennesaw, Ga., will occupy one of the team’s eight international roster spots upon the receipt of his International Transfer Certificate.


March 3, 2011
MAKING THE TEAM
Revolution sign three 2011 draft picks

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed three of the club’s 2011 draft selections, inking deals with forward/midfielder Ryan Kinne, forward Alan Koger and midfielder Andrew Sousa.


March 3, 2011
NEW DEALS
Revs sign Boggs, Murray

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed two second-year players in forward/midfielder Zak Boggs and goalkeeper Tim Murray.


February 28, 2011
CUT DOWNS
Revolution release four

The New England Revolution released trialist goalkeeper Clint Irwin is following the teams Orlando, Fla. Trip and then released Fernando Cabadas, Roberto Linck and Steven Perry.


February 28, 2011
CUP QUEST
Revs will visit DC-Philly winner

NEW YORK----The New England Revolution have been placed into the second round of MLS’s U.S. Open Cup Qualifying.


February 23, 2011
LINEUP IS ALMOST SET
But Revs coach keeping open mind

With almost a month to go before his team kicks of the 2011 season against the Los Angeles Galaxy, New England Revolution coach Steve Nicol pretty much knows what his starting lineup is going to look like. But he’s keeping an open mind to the possibility that other might work their way into it.


February 23, 2011
DUAL PURPOSE
Nicol wants to look at players, win games

New England Revolution coach Steve Nicol has two objectives for the team’s preseason training camp: getting everyone time on the field and winning games. Those strategies might not always mesh, but Nicol is trying to make it work, and so far it has, as the team has won all three of its preseason games so far, without giving up a goal.


February 23, 2011
STILL PERFECT
Revs post third straight preseason shutout

ORLANDO, Fla. – The New England Revolution are a perfect 3-0 in the preseason after defeating FC Dallas 1-0 Wednesday at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.


February 21, 2011
TUNE-UP WIN
Revs top US U-17s 2-0

ORLANDO, Fla. – Chris Tierney had a hand in both goals as the New England Revolution shut out a U.S. U-17 selection 2-0 Monday at the University of Central Florida Track and Soccer Complex.


February 18, 2011
SUNSHINE SHUTOUT
Revs blank Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. – Rookie Ryan Kinne and captain Shalrie Joseph each scored goals to give the New England Revolution to a 2-0 win over the University of Central Florida on Friday night at the UCF Track and Soccer Complex.


February 18, 2011
SHORT STAY
Revolution trade Fred to DC United

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. –The New England Revolution have traded midfielder Fred to D.C. United in exchange for United’s natural second-round selection in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft.


February 17, 2011
INTERNATIONAL SIGNING
Revs add Argentine defender

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have added another international to thei roister, signing Argentine central defender Franco Coria.


February 14, 2011
CAMP SHIFTS
Revs move to Orlando for training

ORLANDO, Fla---After two weeks of indoor training at the Dana-Farber Field House in Foxborough, Mass, the New England Revolution players and coaching staff have re-located camp to Central Florida for an 11-day training stint in Orlando.


February 11, 2011
FRENCH REVOLUTION
Dabo signs with New England

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed 34-year old French midfielder Ousmane Dabo. Dabo spent more than a decade playing for some of the top clubs in Italy’s Serie A. He also spent three seasons in the English Premier League with Manchester City earlier this decade.


February 10, 2011
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Revolution schedule released

FOXBOROUGH, Mass—The New England Revolution’s full 34-game 2011 schedule was released on Thursday.


February 7, 2011
TRIP SET
Revs announce Orlando slate

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will play three matches during its 11-day training trip to Orlando which starts next week. During the team’s stay in central Florida, the Revs will face the University of Central Florida, the U.S. Under-17 National Team and MLS Cup runner-up FC Dallas.


February 7, 2011
NEW DEAL
Phelan re-inks with Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed central midfielder Pat Phelan.


January 27, 2011
PEACHES AND GRAPEFRUIT
Revs to hold camps in Orlando, Atlanta

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution will hold camps in Orlando and Atlanta as part of their preseason which opens on Monday, January 31 at home in Foxborough.


January 18, 2011
FIRST KICK SET
Time for Revs opener announced

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution’s 2011 home opener against arch-rival D.C. United will kick off at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 26. The match had previously been announced with a to-be-determined kickoff time. Broadcast information for the match will be announced at a later date.


January 18, 2011
TAKING SUPPLEMENTS
Revs add three in secondary MLS Draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution selected three players in today’s Supplemental Draft, which consisted of three rounds of 18 selections each. The Revs picked defender/midfielder Hunter Christiansen, Tulsa (Denton, Texas; first round, sixth pick overall), midfielder Fernando Cabadas, Sacramento State (Sacramento, Calif.; second round, 24th pick overall) and midfielder Andrew Sousa, Providence College (Fall River, Mass.; third round, 42nd pick overall)


January 18, 2011
SIGNING SETH
Revs Sinovic returns

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has re-signed second-year left back Seth Sinovic.


January 17, 2011
OSEI WAIVED
Revs part ways with Ghanaian defender

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have waived defender Emmanuel Osei.


January 13, 2011
“WE’RE MORE THAN HAPPY”
Nicol pleased with SuperDraft results

BALTIMORE—After failing to make the playoffs for the first time in nearly a decade, the New England Revolution clearly had needs, and the team’s management thinks it addressed at least some of those with Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft at the Baltimore Convention Center.


January 13, 2011
BACK TO FRONT
Revs select defender, midfielder and three forwards in MLS SuperDraft

BALTIMORE –University of California central defender A.J. Soares was the first of five players selected by the New England Revolution in Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft.


January 13, 2011
CALIFORNIA DREAMING
Revs take defender A.J. Soares

BALTIMORE---The New England Revolution selected defender A.J. Soares for the University of California with their first pick (6th overall) in the MLS SuperDraft at the Baltimore Convention Center Thursday.


January 12, 2011
STAYING HOME
Local product Tierney signs new deal with Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Chris Tierney, a natural left midfielder who played a league high seven positions for the New England Revolution last season, has re-signed with the club


January 11, 2011
NEW INTERNATIONAL
Revs sign Frenchman Didier Domi

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed French left back Didier Domi. Domi will occupy one of the team’s eight international roster spots and will join the team pending the receipt of his International Transfer Certificate.


January 11, 2011
ON THE MOVE AGAIN
EX-Rev Cristman acquired by Galaxy

CARSON, Calif. – Former New England Revolution forward Adam Cristman is on the move again, this time being sent to the Los Angeles Galaxy by D.C. United for a first round pick in the upcoming MLS Supplemental Draft


December 31, 2010
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #1
Revs miss playoffs

Topping the New England Soccer News list of the top ten list of local stories for 2010 is something that didn’t happen, namely that the New England Revolution did not qualify for the MLS playoffs for the first time since 2001.


December 29, 2010
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #3
Twellman retires

New England Revolution career scoring leader Taylor Twellman’s retirement from professional soccer is #3 on the New England Soccer News list of the top ten local stories of 2010.


December 27, 2010
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #5
Ralston’s short-lived return

Revolution and MLS multi-record holder Steve Ralston, who left the league for second-division AC St. Louis during the 2009 offseason, came back to the Revs this summer, just long enough to close out his playing career. That brief return, and subsequent departure for a new career in coaching, is #5 on the New England Soccer News list of the top ten local stories of 2010.


December 26, 2010
THE YEAR’S TOP STORIES - #6
Revs’ goalkeeping woes

The New England Revolution’s run of epically bad luck between the posts is #6 on New England Soccer News’ list of the top ten local stories of 2010.


December 23, 2010
REIS RE-UPS
Goalkeeper signs new deal with Revollution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All-star goalkeeper Matt Reis has re-signed a new contract to play for the New England Revolution, the team announced Thursday.


December 23, 2010
SUCCESSFUL RE-ENTRY
Revs sign draft pick Cochrane

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution bolstered the club’s defensive corps today by signing Re-Entry Process selection Ryan Cochrane to a new contract.


December 20, 2010
FIRST KICK
Revs to face Galaxy in opener, DC at home

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – For the second year in a row, the New England Revolution will face the LA Galaxy and D.C. United in the first two games of a new season.


December 15, 2010
IN FROM THE COLD
Revolution select Fred, Cochrane in MLS re-entry draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The New England Revolution acquired the rights to two players - defender Ryan Cochrane and midfielder/forward Fred - in Wednesday's second stage of the 2010 MLS Re-Entry Draft.


December 8, 2010
NOT MUCH OF A RE-ENTRY
No selections by Revs in draft

The New England Revolution did not pick anyone up in Stage 1 of the MLS re-entry draft, which was held via teleconference on Wednesday afternoon.


December 3, 2010
READY FOR RE-ENTRY
Revs decline options on four players

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution declined the 2011 contract options on goalkeeper Preston Burpo, midfielder Nico Colaluca, defender Cory Gibbs and midfielder Khano Smith. The four players are now eligible to enter the Re-Entry Process, which will begin on Wednesday Dec. 8.


November 24, 2010
NO EXPANSION LOSSES
Portland, Vancouver pass on Revs players

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Perhaps as a testament to the abysmal season the team had in 2010, the New England Revolution did not lose a single player in the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft, which was conducted via conference call Wednesday afternoon.


November 22, 2010
PROTECTED
Revs set for expansion draft

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution protected 11 players ahead of the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft on Wednesday, Nov. 24, when league newcomers Portland and Vancouver will select 10 player apiece in the 10-round draft.


November 15, 2010
HOMEGROWN
Revs sign 15-yr-old Fagundez

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution has signed 15-year-old Diego Fagundez as the team’s first-ever Homegrown Player. A midfielder/forward, Fagundez played the 2009-10 season with the Revolution’s Under-16 squad, and is the first player to sign with the Revolution’s first team directly from the club’s youth program.


November 10, 2010
GAMBIAN CALL
Revs Mansally re-joins National Team

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielder Kenny Mansally has been called up to the Gambia National Team for the squad’s friendly against Palestine on Wednesday, Nov. 17, in Palestine.


November 8, 2010
TOURNAMENT TIME
BC, BU, UConn all selected

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--- The field of 64 teams, which will compete for the 29th NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, was announced by the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee, and includes Boston College, Boston University and Connecticut.


November 4, 2010
SUCCESSFUL SURGERY
Revs Barnes has sports hernia repair

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution defender Darrius Barnes underwent successful surgery to repair a sports hernia on his right side Thursday afternoon. The procedure was performed by Dr. David Berger at Massachusetts General Hospital.


November 3, 2010
BOWING TO THE INEVITABLE
Nagging injuries force Twellman to retire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Taylor Twellman is ending his professional soccer career because of medical issues.


October 21, 2010
“WE NEED TO GET BETTER”
Nicol on Revs performance

HARRISON, NJ— If the New England Revolution can take anything away from a dismal season that saw them not make the playoffs for the first time since 2001, Steve Nicol pretty much summed it up after Thursday’s 2-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena.


October 21, 2010
THE BITTER END
Revs end season with 2-0 loss to Red Bulls

HARRISON, N.J. – In a year of forgettable milestones, the New England Revolution had one more minor bragging point on the line going into Thursday night’s regular season finale against the New York Red Bulls – the longest head-to-head unbeaten streak in MLS history at 14 games (16 counting playoffs). Fittingly enough, that record also fell.


October 16, 2010
KNOCKOUT BLOW
Revs win ends KC playoff hopes

FOXBOROUGH, MA—Shalrie Joseph’s first half goal and Bobby Shuttleworth’s shutout led the New England Revolution to a 1-0 win over the Kansas City Wizards at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


October 13, 2010
SAVE OF THE WEEK
Shuttleworth stones Oduro twice

A pair of saves by surprise New England Revolution starter Bobby Shuttleworth have been selected New England Soccer News Save of the Week for the week ending October 10.


October 13, 2010
SIDELINED AGAIN
Reis undergoes ankle surgery

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis underwent successful surgery on his right ankle today. The debridement procedure was performed by Dr. George Theodore at Mass General West.


October 10, 2010
BEST OF THE WORST
Revolution top sad sack Dynamo

HOUSTON, Tex.—Two teams far removed from their glory days as perennial MLS Cup contenders played out one of the closing scenes in a sad 2010 season on Sunday, with the New England Revolution taking the final curtain call with an ugly 2-1 win over the Houston Dynamo at Robertson Stadium.


October 10, 2010
NOT MUCH LEFT
Revs, Dynamo play out the string

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – There’s not much left to play for when the New England Revolution visit the Houston Dynamo in a rare Sunday evening game, as both teams find themselves in the unusual position of being out of the playoff running.


October 2, 2010
IT’S CLOSER THIS TIME
Revs fall to RSL 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.---At least it wasn’t as bad as the last two times the New England Revolution played Real Salt Lake. This time, at least, the game was close.


October 1, 2010
REAL BATTLE
Revs face tough foe in RSL

Having been eliminated from playoff contention with their 1-1 draw in Columbus last week, the New England Revolution find themselves playing out the string when they host defending champions Real Salt Lake at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


October 1, 2010
GAMBIA CALLS
Mansally, Nyassi to play in Qualifiers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution midfielders Kenny Mansally and Sainey Nyassi have been called up to the Gambia National Team for the squad’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Burkina Faso on Saturday, Oct. 9, in Burkina Faso.


September 30, 2010
RELEASED
Revs part ways with Jankauskas

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have released forward Edgaras Jankauskas.


September 25, 2010
ONE OF THOSE DAYS
Revs give up two as Crew comes back 2-2

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—Another typical New England Revolution outing. After taking a 2-0 lead, they gave up two second half goals, one of them a penalty kick, to finish with a 2-2 draw against the Columbus Crew at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.


September 24, 2010
ON THE BUBBLE
Is it ready to burst for Revs?

The New England Revolution are on the playoff bubble, and have one of the toughest end-of-season schedules in MLS, starting with Saturday’s match against Eastern Conference front-runners Columbus (Gillette Stadium 7:30 pm).


September 22, 20100
ROBBED
Revs felt the game was theirs

FRISCO, Tex---Steve Nicol didn’t go to the Frisco police station to file a report, but the New England Revolution coach certainly feels like his team was robbed in Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with FC Dallas.


September 22, 2010
TEXAS TRAGEDY
Revs come within 12 seconds of win over FCD

FRISCO, Tex.—For 80 minutes, everything seemed to be going right for the New England Revolution. Two goals to their credit and a missed penalty kick the closest FC Dallas had come to scoring. Then, as has happened so many times this season, the wheels fell off.


September 18, 2010
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LOW
Rapids too much for Revs

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.—The New England Revolution (7-13-4, 24 pts) were no match for the hottest scoring tandem in Major League Soccer on Saturday, giving up first-half goals to both Conor Casey and Omar Cummings on their way to a 3-0 loss to the Colorado Rapids (10-7-7, 37 pts) at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.


September 17, 2010
TAKE THE HIGH GROUND
Revs’ road trip continues in Colorado

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.--- If the New England Revolution hope to make up any ground in the MLS playoff race their seven-day, two-game road trip that starts Saturday in Colorado (9pm ET) might be a good place to start. But with their track record against the Colorado Rapids, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is not a likely launching point.


September 15, 2010
NE REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Wednesday

Here is the Revolution's injury report as of Wednesday.


September 15, 2010
PLAYOFF CHANCES
Revs have the hardest road there

If the New England Revolution are holding out any hope of making the MLS playoffs, they are going to have to break out of the recent funk and turn things around quickly, and it might not be so easy.


September 10, 2010
HORROR SHOW
Chivas USA rolls over Revs

CARSON, Calif.--“Horrible” was how an unusually terse coach Steve Nicol described his team’s performance after they went down 2-0 to Chivas USA Friday at the Home Depot Center. And that was into a microphone. One can only imagine what he said after the decision was final and his lifeless 11 made their way to the dressing room.


September 8, 2010
SAVE OF THE WEEK
Reis backstops big Revs win

New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis made a big save early in Saturday’s 3-1 to keep the team in the game and earn the New England Soccer News Save of the Week for the week ending September 5.


September 7, 2010
REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT
Status as of Tuesday

Here is the Revolution's injury report as of Tuesday.


September 7, 2010
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Perovic perks up the Revs

Marko Perovic’s 74th minute game winner for the New England Revolution has been named the New England Soccer News Goal of the Week for the week ending September 5.


September 6, 2010
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Tierney sparks Revs come back

The New England Revolution’s Chris Tierney, who had a goal and assisted on the game winner has been named the New England Soccer News Player of the Week for the weekending September 5.


September 4, 2010
BACK FROM THE BRINK
Revs score three quick goals for 3-1 win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass---Sometimes desperate times require desperate measures. Or three quick goals. That’s how the New England Revolutions responded to a desperate situation in Saturday’s game against the Seattle Sounders FC, coming back for a 3-1 win at Gillette Stadium.


September 4, 2010
OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS
Slumping Revs host streaking Sounders

Two teams heading in opposite directions will encounter one another when the New England Revolution play host to Seattle Sounders FC Saturday at Gillette Stadium (7:30 p.m.).


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