New England Revolution II (2-0-2; 9 pts.) will host Inter Miami CF II in MLS NEXT Pro action (3-1-1, 10 pts.) on Sunday at Gillette Stadium in their first of three meetings this season. The match kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET and will stream on MLSNEXTPro.com.

Revolution II is coming off a 0-0 draw vs. Orlando City B, where they earned one point after falling in the shootout, 4-3. Goalkeeper Jacob Jackson earned the first clean sheet of his professional career, blocking the lone shot on goal he faced in the match while Noel Buck, Ben Reveno, and Hikaru Fujiwara each scored in the shootout.

Revolution Academy forward Triton Beauvois entered the match in the 70th minute, becoming the 21st Revolution Academy player to make his professional debut with New England’s second team. Midfielder Jake Rozhansky created multiple dangerous chances in the match as Revs II outshot Orlando 20-3 in regulation. New England also dominated defensively, blocking four shots throughout the game.

“Right now, we are still undefeated,” Revolution II defender Pierre Cayet stated. “I think that’s a great point. I think our first clean sheet was a big thing. I think we want to keep improving, being able to score, and finish the chances that we have because we like to possess the ball, but it’s important for us as well to finish our chances and get three points every game, so I think this week we’re going to work a lot on finishing and be able to keep that clean sheet so that we can win more games.”

New England currently sits in third place with nine points, while Inter Miami CF II is in second place with 10 points in the MLS NEXT Pro Eastern Conference standings. These two teams have faced off on three previous occasions when both were part of USL League One. Since 2020, Revolution II have earned a 3-0-0 record vs. Inter Miami CF II, with two of their wins taking place at Gillette Stadium.

“It’s a good team. They can hurt you in different ways,” Revolution II Head Coach Clint Peay said of this week’s opponent. “They’re organized. They’re collective in how they defend, and they are a team that on any given day can make it difficult for you so it’s going to be a challenging game for us, and we expect to play 90 minutes of competitive soccer.”

Revolution II Season Memberships and single-game tickets are on sale now. For more information, email tix@revolutionsoccer.net or call 1-877-GET-REVS.


·      Revolution II extending their point streak to five games to begin the season with a win or draw.

·      Homegrown midfielder Damian Rivera making a 21-minute appearance to hit 3,000 minutes played with Revolution II to date.

·      Goalkeeper Jacob Jackson making his fifth professional start in net.

·      Defender Ben Reveno playing 90 minutes for the fifth consecutive match this season.

·      17-year-old Homegrown midfielder Noel Buck making his 25th professional start with Revolution II.

·      Brazilian forward Marcos Dias making his first appearance with New England since joining the team on loan from Vasco de Gama.

·      New England adding to the 37 players – and 21 Revolution Academy products – who have made their professional debuts with Revolution II thus far.