Executive Producer & Play-by-Play
New England Revolution
Brad Feldman is in his 20th season with the New England Revolution, serving as executive producer and play-by-play voice for all Revolution telecasts, heading content, operations, and production.
With over 25 years of television production experience, Feldman manages the production of the Revolution's live game telecasts carried on its regional partner, NBC Sports Boston, and is closely involved with all of the team's television and radio activities, including in-game content and shoulder programming. Feldman is a regular guest on local and national soccer talk programs, including SiriusXM FC’s MLS coverage, in addition to frequent hosting and analyst duties on the club’s bi-weekly “State of the Revs” program on NBC Sports Boston.
The 2020 season marks Feldman’s 16th campaign as the Revs’ play-by-play voice for television and radio broadcasts. He originally joined the organization in 2001 as a freelance TV and radio announcer. From 2003-06, he served as the club’s Director of Communications, later adding soccer broadcasting oversight to his duties before focusing primarily on the team’s broadcast operations at the start of the 2007 season.
During his nearly two decades in the Revolution broadcast booth, Feldman has called all five of the Revs' MLS Cup appearances, two U.S. Open Cup Finals, and was part of the broadcasts for both of the club’s championship-winning matches – the 2007 Open Cup and 2008 SuperLiga final. In 2016, he announced his 500th Revs game, a total that has since exceeded 600 matches across all competitions.
Beyond Revolution matches, Feldman’s broadcasting resume includes play-by-play commentary for top European competitions on ESPN International and UEFA Champions League action on Setanta Sports. He has also announced MLS, USL, and college matches on FOX Soccer. Feldman began his MLS broadcasting career as a sideline reporter for the Kansas City Wizards telecasts in 1999.
Feldman has earned degrees from the Johns Hopkins University (B.A.), the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism (M.S.), and Northeastern University (M.B.A.). Beyond his time in television production, he has also worked in broadcast news, publishing, and as a newspaper reporter.
The Hanover, N.H. native currently lives west of Boston with his wife, while their daughter is currently attending Oxford University.