New England Revolution
Charlie Davies is in his first season in the New England Revolution broadcast booth as lead color analyst, commentating all Revolution matches on the club’s regional broadcast partner NBC Sports Boston, as well as on radio, alongside longtime play-by-play voice Brad Feldman. Davies also serves as regular host of NBC Sports Boston’s bi-weekly “State of the Revs” program, and hosts Revolution Postgame Live alongside Feldman after every Revolution match.
Davies launched his broadcasting career following a decorated 12-year professional playing career that included four seasons with the Revolution from 2013-16, in additional to stints in France, Sweden, Denmark, and with MLS sides D.C. United and the Philadelphia Union. Beyond calling Revolution matches, he is a regular guest on NBC Sports Boston programming, and has also served as a lead analyst for ACC Network’s men’s college soccer coverage, a regular pundit on MLSsoccer.com programming including “Matchday Central,” and co-host of “Counter Attack” on SiriusXM FC. He also contributed as an analyst on DraftKings’ live shows during the 2018 FIFA Men’s World Cup.
Following the conclusion of his playing career in 2017, the Manchester, N.H. native returned to New England as the Revolution’s first-ever Club Ambassador in June 2018. He continued to serve in that role until his full-time appointment to the broadcast team in February 2020, assisting across all branches of the club's business operations, including fan and community relations, corporate partnerships, contributing digital content, and liaising with the Revolution's alumni network of former players and coaches. Since transitioning to his full-time role in the broadcast booth, Davies continues to work closely with the club and its supporters in various capacities.
Davies originally joined the Revolution family in August 2013, when he signed on loan from Danish club Randers FC. The former Brooks School (Andover, N.H.) and Boston College standout returned to his native New England and immediately became a fan favorite and focal point for an offense that made three consecutive MLS Cup Playoff appearances. Davies scored four goals during New England’s run to the 2014 MLS Cup Final -- a club postseason record -- including two goals in the second leg of the Eastern Conference final against the New York Red Bulls, helping the team secure its fifth conference title.
On the international stage, Davies was capped 14 times by the United States Men’s National Team from 2007-09. He played a key in the United States’ second-place finish in the 2009 Confederations’ Cup where he scored a goal in a 3-0 win over Egypt. On. Aug. 12, 2009, Davies became only the fourth U.S. player to score against Mexico at the famed Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.
Davies’ remarkable journey off the pitch has been shaped by adversity in multiple forms. His soccer career was uprooted by a serious car accident in Washington, D.C. in 2009, leaving him with life-threatening injuries that held him out of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. He was cleared to resume training in April 2010 and appeared in his first game since the accident that December while with Sochaux in France. In the spring of 2016, Davies endured another health scare when he was diagnosed and treated for liposarcoma, which remains in remission.
An active member of the community, Davies serves as an Ambassador for the U.S. Soccer Foundation and is a member of the Philanthropic Board of Advisors at Boston Children’s Hospital. A graduate of Boston College, Davies resides in Hingham, Massachusetts with his wife and twin sons.