MATCHDAY GUIDE | Revs vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (June 15, 2024)



New England Revolution vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Saturday, June 15 | 7:30 p.m. ET

Gillette Stadium | Foxborough, Mass.

Predicted Weather: Sunny | High 80 | Low 53


Parking lots open at 5:30 p.m. (4:30 p.m. for Season Members)

Gates open at 6:30 p.m. (6:15 p.m. for Season Members)

Kickoff vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC at 7:30 p.m.


Streaming/TV: MLS Season Pass on Apple TV

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


The Revolution will host their annual Juneteenth Match on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, where they'll recognize the day which commemorates the emancipation of all enslaved people in the United States by highlighting individuals and organizations in the local BIPOC community through Fan Zone inclusions and in-stadium performances.

Fan Zone, open from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., will feature activations from Be Inclusive Walpole, the National Black Doll Museum, the North Shore Juneteenth Association, and several displays from BAMS Fest artists.

Tenille Ja'Nae, a BAMS Fest affiliated artist, will perform the national anthems, while the in-stadium music will incorporate songs by Black artists. The videoboards inside Gillette Stadium will also include Juneteenth facts and local celebrations.

Finally, players wil be wearing Juneteenth-themed shirts during pre-match warmups.


Saturday night's Drive Series will benefit Circle of Hope, a nonprofit organization based in Needham, Mass., which provides infants, children, and adults experiencing homelessness in Boston and Metro West with clothing and necessities in order to preserve and enhance overall health and personal dignity.

Donations of unopened toiletries, feminine care products, post-partum care products, textured hair products, and diapers will be accepted at all stadium gates. Both travel size and full size products will be accepted.


Hungry? Don’t wait! Tap, order and pick up. It’s that easy! On the New England Revolution App, you can now place a mobile order with express pickup during any of our special events and matches.

Available now at these five locations:
Italian Sausage at Section 111
Ale House at Section 113 & 137
Stadium Pizza at Section 116
Tailgate Grill at Section 131

Revolution App


Meetings between the Revs and Whitecaps have been rare in recent years, as this will be just the second time these teams have squared off in the past five seasons. That lone previous encounter came back in June 2022, when the Revs went to BC Place and came home from the Pacific Northwest with a point from a 0-0 draw. It's been almost five years since the Whitecaps visited Foxborough, as the last meeting at Gillette Stadium came all the way back in July 2019, when Gustavo Bou scored a memorable debut goal in the Revolution's 4-0 win. That triumph is part of New England's five-game unbeaten run in the series (3-0-2) dating back to 2016.

Ema Boateng came off the bench to score a late game winner and Aljaž Ivačič made five saves to keep a clean sheet (and earn MLS Player of the Matchday) in the Revolution's (4-10-1, 13 pts.) 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls this past weekend. The victory was New England's second straight following their 2-1 triumph in Nashville the previous weekend, giving them back-to-back league wins for the first time in 2024 and building a bit of momentum heading into Saturday night's clash with the Whitecaps. A solid defensive foundation has guided the Revs through those two victories, as they've conceded just a single goal, and that from the penalty spot.

The Whitecaps (7-5-4, 25 pts.) have been one of the league's best road teams through the first half of the season, going 4-2-2 on their first eight road trips to help lift them to fifth place in the Western Conference standings. They'll come to Foxborough well rested having not played since June 1, and the Canadian side is in good form, having won back-to-back games before heading into the international break. Vancouver has been strongest defensively, as their 19 goals against are tied for second-fewest in the West at the midway point of the season.

After closing their brief two-game homestand on Saturday night, the Revs will return to the road next weekend for a visit to defending Supporters' Shield champion FC Cincinnati.

Overall Record vs. Vancouver: 5-2-4
Home Record vs. Vancouver: 4-1-1

Last meeting at Gillette Stadium: Revs 4, Whitecaps 0 (July 17, 2019)
Last meeting at BC Place: Revs 0, Whitecaps 0 (June 26, 2022)


READ: Preview | Revs look to maintain momentum at home against high-flying Whitecaps
WATCH: Drive to the Match | Big goal or big assist? Ema GOATeng tells us which he prefers
LISTEN: The Soccer Show | Carr and Feldman preview Revs-Whitecaps, Davies on EURO 2024
WATCH: Porter previews 'Caps | "It's one that we need to go for and I'm sure they'll think the same"
WATCH: Ivačič | "We have to continue to climb the table and get where we want to be"
WATCH: Revolution All In | Sights and sounds from training
WATCH: "Three points is a must" | Revs go back-to-back on strength of Boateng's late winner
WATCH: Porter | "It's good to start to see some goals that come from positional attacks"
WATCH: Kaye | We're aiming to work hard in training this week to get that third win in a row"
WATCH: Lima praises Revs' depth | "We need everyone, and that's showing right in the results"
WATCH: Maciel's full volley screamer is an MLS NEXT Pro Goal of the Year contender
READ: “We have a target on our back” | Academy teams travel to Nashville as U-19s seek third straight MLS NEXT Cup title
READ: “It’s something I’ve always dreamed of” | McIntosh excited to sign first pro contract with Revs II
READ: Revolution goalkeeper Aljaž Ivačič voted MLS Player of the Matchday for Matchday 19
READ: “Our mentality has been stronger” | Revs seal second straight win with late Boateng strike
WATCH: Highlights | Late Boateng goal lifts Revs over Red Bulls
READ: Recap | Revolution capture second consecutive victory, defeating New York Red Bulls, 1-0


Saturday night 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