In the midst of uncertain times as our world faces new challenges due to the spread of coronavirus, we are committed to continuing our efforts to have a positive impact in our community.
While we all do our part to flatten the curve through social distancing and other preventative measures, we are united in our pursuit to remain connected – to each other, to our fans and to our community.
Throughout the Kraft Sports + Entertainment family of businesses, our mission has always been to provide great entertainment, bring people together and have a positive impact in our communities. While that remains our commitment, our focus now shifts to being TOGETHER while APART.
With this site, we want to provide our fans information on what we are doing to help, list reliable healthcare resources for updated information and provide opportunities to help others in need.
We are one team, and you are an important part of it. No one is facing this challenge alone.
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- Stepping up for those in need.
- Supporting our healthcare workers and first responders.
- Staying home for each other.
This page will be regularly updated with news and resources related to the New England Revolution’s ongoing and rapidly evolving response to COVID-19. The Revolution thank you all for your continued support as we work together to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus and keep our communities safe and healthy.
- On Thursday, March 12, Major League Soccer announced a suspension of match play for 30 days after consulting with its medical task force and public health officials due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19.
- On Thursday, March 19, MLS extended the suspension of play with a target return date of May 10, a decision made in accordance with the latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) restricting public gathering of 50 or more people over the next eight weeks.
- Major League Soccer has also implemented a training moratorium through April 24.
- The New England Revolution fully support the league’s decision to suspend play, as the safety and well-being of Revolution fans, players, coaches, employees, and our community at large is the club’s top priority.
- The club remains in continuous communication with local, state, and federal agencies -- as well as the MLS task force -- for real-time intelligence, best practices, and response protocols. Additional updates will be communicated as they become available.
- Revolution II is also currently on hiatus as USL League One suspended preseason activities and the start of the regular season through May 10.
- All Revolution Academy matches and training sessions, in addition to youth camps and clinics, have been canceled or postponed as the U.S. Soccer Development Academy suspends operations through the end of April.
Additional News & Updates
- MLS Extends Training Moratorium (April 24)
- USL League One extends training moratorium (April 16)
- FIFA recommends all international matches scheduled for March, April be postponed (March 13)
- 2020 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup temporarily suspended (March 13)
- U.S. Soccer cancels men’s and women’s national team games in March and April (March 12)
- Concacaf suspends Champions League due to COVID-19 impact (March 12)
- eMLS Cup postponed (March 10)
Frequently Asked Questions
All Major League Soccer games up to and including Saturday, May 9 have or will be postponed. The suspension currently affects six Revolution home games: March 15 (vs. Portland), April 4 (vs. Colorado), April 8 (vs. Seattle), April 11 (vs. FC Cincinnati), April 25 (vs. Montreal), and May 2 (vs. New York City FC).
The complete list of postponed MLS games is available here. Please note these games have been postponed, not canceled, as the league is working closely with clubs to evaluate all options for rescheduling these contests.
Tickets purchased for a postponed game will be honored when the game is rescheduled. If games are not played or are played without spectators, the ticketholder will receive their choice of a credit for a future game or a refund. This policy applies to all Revolution fans - season members, multi-game members, and individual ticket holders. Any additional questions should be directed to the Customer Service team at email@example.com or 1-877-GET-REVS.
All Revolution Academy training sessions, matches, youth camps and clinics have been temporarily suspended until further notice. In addition, the U.S. Soccer Development Academy has suspended operations through the end of April.
Decrease Coronavirus Risk
Six easy steps to prevent the spread of coronavirus
- There are currently no medications to prevent or treat coronavirus, but you can limit your exposure and prevent the spread of germs:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitize. Visit cdc.gov/handwashing.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Cover your mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
- Stay home when you are sick.
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We're incredibly thankful for Dr. Marshall Leonard (#NERevs alum) and the impact he's making in the battle against COVID-19. @TaylorTwellman spoke with his former teammate on @OTLonESPN about his first week on the job in an NYC area 🏥pic.twitter.com/uhSvvzUezF— New England Revolution (@NERevolution) April 3, 2020