Revolution and Gillette Stadium ready to welcome fans for 2021 Major League Soccer season

Fans in the Fort March 2020

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Following Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s Thursday announcement that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will transition to Phase IV beginning March 22, enabling large capacity venues throughout the state to host guests in 2021, the New England Revolution look forward to welcoming fans back into Gillette Stadium for the 2021 Major League Soccer Season, which kicks off April 17.

On the same day Gillette Stadium reaches the milestone of 100,000 COVID-19 vaccinations administered at Gillette Stadium, Governor Baker announced that under Phase IV guidelines, large capacity venues in Massachusetts may permit guests at 12 percent capacity. The Revolution’s 34-game MLS regular season, the club’s third under Sporting Director and Head Coach Bruce Arena on the heels of an appearance in the 2020 Eastern Conference Final, is slated to kick off on Saturday, April 17. The complete MLS schedule will be announced at a later date. The Revolution players have already reported to the Revolution Training Center in Foxborough, Mass. for preseason training.

Revolution ticket representatives will be in contact with Season Members and ticket holders soon to communicate information about the upcoming season. 2021 Season Memberships and ticket packages are on sale now. Click here to learn more about becoming a Revolution Season Member.