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01 December 5:22 pm

Your New England Revolution is going to #MLSCup!

Show the world you #STAND with the #NERevs by adding these images to your Social Media Profiles!

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24 November 2:08 pm

Matt Fraser, Kevan Miller, and Reilly Smith of the Boston Bruins came to support the Revs as Honorary Captains for the Second-and-Deciding Leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Watch the video of their experience.

Thanks again, Bruins. You guys are welcome any time!

17 November 3:12 pm

The New England Revolution's Color Analyst Paul Mariner joins Tom Quinlan on the latest Pitch Invaders Podcast.

11 August 12:37 pm

The #IceBucketChallenge to #StrikeoutALS has taken the internet by storm these last few weeks. The challenge hits particularly close to home as Pete Frates, the man behind the challenge, is a Beverly, MA native. To show their support, members of the New England Revolution community have taken their turn at the #IceBucketChallenge. 

It started with Chris Tierney, Charlie Davies, and Slyde:


Head Coach Jay Heaps took the challenge and then pushed it on to some old friends:


Brian Bilello and the Rev Girls each took their challenge from the Midnight Riders:



Cathal Conlon challenged his friends on the Far Post Podcast. Jeff Lemieux was MIA, but Ron Bower, Jason Dalrymple, and Jeff Wroblewski accepted the challenge:

29 July 5:41 pm


On Monday, July 29th, Andy Dorman and Kelyn Rowe joined former Revolution goalkeeper Doug Warren at Crossroads for Kids summer camp at Camp Wing in Duxbury, Mass.

Crossroads for Kids is dedicated to creating a safe and caring community where young people from at-risk environments discover a sense of belonging and a passion for life. Beginning with its summer camp programs, Crossroads provides life-changing experiences and support that builds trust and healthy relationships kids can count on throughout their childhood, teenage years and beyond. 
During their visit, the Revs got a tour of the grounds from a number of staff and campers, appropriately named ambassadors. These ambassadors shared their experiences at Camp Wing and showed Dorman, Rowe and Warren the sites – from the rock wall to the cabins. Highlights included a stop at the fields to play some soccer with campers and a dining hall dance party during lunch. 
For more information about Crossroads for Kids or to find how you can get involved, check out