MATCHDAY GUIDE | Revs vs. Chicago Fire FC (March 23, 2024)



New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire FC

Saturday, March 23 | 2 p.m. ET

Gillette Stadium | Foxborough, Mass.

Predicted Weather: Rain | High 50 | Low 28


Parking lots open at 12 p.m. (11 a.m. for Season Members)

Gates open at 1 p.m. (12:45 p.m. for Season Members)

Kickoff vs. Chicago Fire FC at 2 p.m.


Streaming/TV: _MLS Season Pass_ on Apple TV

Radio: 98.5 The Sports Hub HD2 (English), 1260 AM Nossa Radio (Portuguese)


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The Revs and Fire have been impossible to separate in recent years, playing to five straight draws since October 2021. That includes a pair of high-scoring stalemates last year, when these matchups finished 3-3 at Gillette Stadium (May 27) and 2-2 at Soldier Field (September 23). The last four meetings in Foxborough have also finished level, with the Revolution's last home win over the Fire coming back in August 2019. Tossing a pair of road victories into the mix, the Revs are unbeaten in their last 10 meetings with the Fire (3-0-7), all regular-season encounters.

Last week was another rollercoaster for the Revs, who began with a 1-1 draw at LD Alajuelense to complete a 5-1 aggregate win and set up a meeting with LIGA MX powerhouse Club América in the Concacaf Champions Cup quarterfinals. They were frustrated upon their return to Foxborough, however, as Giacomo Vrioni's second goal in two games wasn't enough to forge a comeback in New England's 2-1 loss to FC Cincinnati. It's a result that leaves the Revs still in search of their first league points of the season heading into this weekend's showdown with the Fire.

Chicago, meanwhile, picked up a first win of the season in quite remarkable fashion this past weekend. Trailing visiting CF Montréal 3-1 into the late stages at Soldier Field, the Fire scored in the 84th, 95th, and 99th minutes to claim a 4-3 victory, with the game winner arriving via Kellyn Acosta's windswept service from inside his own half. Currently 10th in the East (1-2-1, 4 pts.) the Fire also picked up a road point in a 2-2 draw with the Philadelphia Union.

Saturday's game will be the Revolution's last before a brief break, as they'll be off until hosting Club América in the first leg of their Concacaf Champions Cup quarterfinal matchup on April 2. They'll then close out their three-game league homestand against Charlotte FC on April 6 at Gillette Stadium.

Overall Record vs. Chicago Fire FC: 33-37-21
Home Record vs. Chicago Fire FC: 25-12-8

Last meeting at Gillette Stadium: Revs 3, Fire 3 (May 27, 2023)
Last meeting at Soldier Field: Revs 2, Fire 2 (September 23, 2023)


Saturday afternoon the Revolution will be wearing the "Boston Tea Party" kit, which will serve as the club's primary uniform for the 2024 and 2025 MLS seasons.

Inspired by Boston's proud history of positive defiance, the kit commemorates the recent 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party in December 1773. The shirt design is highlighted by red and white vertical waves on the jersey's front, which represent the ripples in the Boston Harbor made by East India Training Company's tea creates as the American revolutionaries emptied 45 tons of tea into the water.

The navy jersey features red shoulders with three white stripes, a throwback to earlier Revolution jerseys, paired with navy shorts and navy socks, featuring red and white striping on top.

You can purchase your "Boston Tea Party" kit HERE.

Carles Gil Boston Tea Party kit