Over 60,000 tickets sold for Revolution match vs. Inter Miami CF at Gillette Stadium


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (March 27, 2024) – The New England Revolution have surpassed 60,000 tickets sold for the club’s Major League Soccer match on April 27 against Inter Miami CF (7:30 p.m. ET). With one month to go before the marquee matchup, less than 5,000 tickets remain available for the contest between New England and the current Eastern Conference leaders, a match that is expected to set a new single-game attendance record for a Revolution home match.

With three crucial points on the line in the MLS standings, the Revolution will go toe to toe with one of their most prolific Eastern Conference rivals. The meeting between New England and Inter Miami sets the stage for a star-studded clash in Foxborough in front of a sellout crowd as Caleb Porter’s side, led by captain and former MLS MVP Carles Gil and the team’s current leading scorer Tomás Chancalay, will go to battle against a dynamic Miami team featuring accomplished veterans Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez.

Single-game tickets in the 100 and 200 levels are now sold out, though limited inventory in the lower seating bowl remains available as part of the Revolution’s full-season membership and multi-game package offerings. Limited single-game tickets are still available in the 300 level via Revolutionsoccer.net, Ticketmaster.com, or by calling 1-877-GET-REVS. Watch every Revolution match on MLS Season Pass on the Apple TV app, in English and Spanish, or listen on 98.5 The Sports Hub and 1260 AM Nossa Radio (Portuguese).

One month away from the April 27 match, this season’s meeting between New England and Inter Miami is expected to eclipse the current mark for the highest-attended Revolution game, the 2002 MLS Cup between New England and LA Galaxy, which saw 61,316 fans flock to Gillette Stadium for the championship match. It could become only the third soccer match in Gillette Stadium’s 23-year history to surpass 64,000 fans in attendance. The highest-attended soccer match in the building came on September 12, 2007, an international friendly between Brazil and Mexico with 67,584 fans on hand. On June 4, 2011, a matchup of Spain and the United States saw 64,121 attend the international friendly.

The current record for highest attendance at a Revolution regular season match is 57,407, set on April 20, 1997, when New England hosted the Tampa Bay Mutiny in a doubleheader with a FIFA World Cup Qualifying match between Mexico and the United States. Since Gillette Stadium opened in 2002, the best attendance for a Revolution regular season match was 42,947 on Oct. 17, 2015. Last season’s regular season finale nearly matched that mark, with 41,355 in the stands to watch the Revolution play Philadelphia on Oct. 21, 2023.

The 2024 season has seen MLS attendance figures continue to rise across the league and especially in New England, where the club set a new single-season mark with an average of 23,940 fans per game in 2023. That new record season comes on the back of a 2022 campaign that saw the third-highest average in team annals (21,221). This season, the Revolution’s 2024 home opener welcomed 29,293 fans to Gillette Stadium, the highest mark for a standalone home opener since the club’s inaugural home game in 1996.

The New England Revolution’s next two matches will both come at home, beginning on Tuesday, April 2 in the 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup Quarterfinal Round against the champions of Mexico’s top-tier LIGA MX, Club América (9:00 p.m. ET – FOX Sports, TUDN). The Revolution then resume the MLS regular season campaign on Saturday, April 6, hosting Charlotte FC (7:30 p.m. – MLS Season Pass, 98.5 The Sports Hub, 1260 AM Nossa Radio).