Revolution II

MATCH PREVIEW: Revolution II Visit New York City FC II on Sunday Night


QUEENS, N.Y. (April 13, 2024) – New England Revolution II (1-2-0; 3 pts.) remain on the road to close out matchweek five in MLS NEXT Pro, taking on New York City FC II (0-2-1; 2 pts.) on Sunday night at Belson Stadium. The contest kicks off at 7:30 p.m. ET with Sean Saint Jacques calling the action on

New England visits New York City following a 2-1 loss against FC Cincinnati 2 on Wednesday at NKU Soccer Stadium. For the third consecutive match, New England found an early goal. Forward Marcos Dias tallied his first of the season in the third minute, heading home his 16th career goal with New England’s second team. The Brazilian forward now stands one goal shy of tying the team’s all-time scoring record. Revolution II completed the match down a man following a red card issued to defender Hesron Barry in the 35th minute. Following a strong defensive effort in the second half with goalkeeper Max Weinstein recording five saves in the contest, Revolution II couldn’t overcome Cincinnati’s two first-half goals to mark the team’s second loss of the season.

Dias led the attack with two shots in Wednesday’s match, placing him atop his team’s standings with five shots, three on target, through three games played. Defender Colby Quiñones entered in the 46th minute against Cincinnati to mark his team-record 80th career appearance with Revolution II. The Bedford, N.H. native now eyes his 50th career start with the team. Fellow Academy product Damario McIntosh is coming off his third consecutive 90-minute appearance in MLS NEXT Pro. The U-17 defender and Weinstein have both logged all 270 minutes of the 2024 season.

Revolution II now prepares to face New York City FC II for the first of two meetings this season. New England and New York have played each other to a 2-2-2 record since 2022, most recently recording a 1-0 shutout win on June 14, 2023 at Gillette Stadium with Homegrown forward Malcolm Fry netting the game-winner. New York City is coming off a 1-0 loss to New York Red Bulls II on Wednesday night at Belson Stadium.


  • Marcos Dias tallying his second goal of the season to tie the team’s all-time scoring record (17).
  • Max Weinstein building off his second five-save performance in 2024. The Academy product is tied for fifth in the league in goalkeeper saves (12) so far this season.
  • New England improving on its 2-2-2 record against New York City FC II.
  • Revolution Academy defender Damario McIntosh earning his fourth consecutive start in MLS NEXT Pro after tallying a team-high two key passes against FC Cincinnati 2.
  • Colby Quiñones making his 50th start of his professional career with Revolution II on his 21st birthday following his 80th career appearance on Wednesday night.