FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution traded forward Teal Bunbury to Nashville SC in exchange for up to $150,000 in General Allocation Money (GAM). New England receives $75,000 in GAM from Nashville and an additional $75,000 if Bunbury meets certain performance-based metrics. 

“I want to thank Teal for his eight years of dedicated service to the New England Revolution,” said Revolution Sporting Director and Head Coach Bruce Arena. “Teal always gave his all for the club on the field and he brought that same passion to his tireless work in the community. We wish Teal all the best in Nashville.”                                                                                                                                 

Bunbury, 31, departs for Nashville as the fourth-leading scorer in Revolution history with 45 regular season goals and 21 assists over 231 appearances for the club since 2014. He added 12 playoff appearances and two postseason goals with New England. This season, the Hamilton, Ontario native tallied three goals across 29 appearances as he helped New England to the 2021 Supporters’ Shield title and an MLS-record 73 points. The club’s 2020 Golden Boot winner, Bunbury was twice voted the Revolution Humanitarian of the Year in 2020 and 2021 for his work in the community. 

The MLS offseason calendar continues this coming week with the 2021 MLS Expansion Draft on Tuesday, Dec. 14 and the opening of MLS Free Agency on Wednesday, Dec. 15. As Charlotte FC joins MLS as the league’s 28th club in 2022, the expansion side may select up to five players from the eligible player list that will be released by MLS Communications on Monday, Dec. 13. Visit MLSsoccer.com for complete details on the MLS Expansion Draft. 

TRANSACTION: New England Revolution trade forward Teal Bunbury to Nashville SC on Dec. 12, 2021 in exchange for $75,000 in General Allocation Money (GAM) and an additional $75,000 if Bunbury meets certain performance-based metrics.