LOS ANGELES – The New England Revolution have only been in the City of Angels for a few days, but they have already taken to social to show exactly what they have been up to on the west coast.
Brandon Bye kicked off the experience by sharing a travel video as the team headed on their cross-country trip.
Andrew Farrell brought back another compilation video with his teammates, but this time, asks them which teammates they would let date their daughter. Which player got the most answers? You’ll have a watch to find out.
If you haven't seen Farrell's first video, click HERE to get a good laugh as he shows his teammates "problems" on their way to L.A.
While Farrell - as a 10-year Revs vet - pushed out some hysterical team videos, A.J. DeLaGarza flexed his league veteran status as his enters his 14th MLS season.
While the majority of the team is in the thick of preseason in California, goalkeeper Matt Turner backstopped the U.S. Men’s National Team to a 1-0 win over El Salvador in a FIFA World Cup Qualifier on Thursday night in Columbus, Ohio. Turner is now 11-1-2 with 10 clean sheets with the USMNT, and is heading to Hamilton, Ontario, for Sunday's battle with Canada in search of another three points.
While Turner was in the cold temperatures in Columbus on Thursday night, his other teammates – like Matt Polster – have been soaking up the California sun.
In addition to taking in sunshine, the Revs have been hard at work ramping up for their first game in the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League on February 15 against Cavaly AS at Gillette Stadium.
Gustavo Bou showed off his long-distance finishing touch and how he is still lethal when it comes to converting chances.
The Revs will play a pair of friendly matches while in California, opening their preseason slate this weekend against Los Angeles FC at Banc of California Stadium on Saturday, January 29 (3 p.m. ET) before facing the LA Galaxy next Saturday, February 5 at Dignity Health Sports Park (10 p.m. ET).