New England Revolution Overview
The New England Revolution is one of the oldest soccer clubs that participate in Major League Soccer.
They were one of ten charter clubs that compete in the first season of this league.
As of September 2018, the President of this team is Brian Bilello, whereas their head coach is Brad Friedel.
The owner of this amazing team is The Kraft Group. Their home matches take place at the Gillette Stadium that situated in the Foxborough, Massachusetts.
The matches of this team are broadcasted in HD video on ESPN, Fox Sports 1, and ESPN2. On the other hand, their radio telecasting partner is WBZ-FM.
The current team of Revolution consists of many international players like Brian Wright, Michael Mancienne, Antonio Delamea Mlinar, and Femi Hollinger-Janzer.
The other great players who have played for this soccer club include Imad Baba, Jeff Baicher, Jerry Bengston, Chris Brown, and Stephane Assengue among others.
The main competitor of this team is New York Red Bulls with whom they had a 20 match streak that ended up in 2014.
Other major rivalries of the New England Revolution are with teams like DC United, Chicago Fire, and New York City FC.
The groups that support this team are known with the names like Rev Army, The Rebellion, and Midnight Riders.
New England Revolution Details
Despite being one of the oldest and highly acclaimed teams, they have not achieved much success in Major League Soccer.
They have never won this title since its inaugural season. However, they won have won US Open Cup and North American SuperLiga cup once.
This team has participated in many domestic, continent, and global tournaments that consist of the FIFA Club World Cup, Supporter Shield Cup, and North American SuperLiga.