Revolution II

Revolution II Game Preview: New England hosts New York Red Bulls II on Sunday


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution II (10-5-5; 39 pts.; 2nd in East) are set to host New York Red Bulls II (10-6-4; 36 pts. 4th in East) on Sunday evening. The 6:00 p.m. ET match at Gillette Stadium streams live on with Eric Duick calling the action.

Revolution II are coming off a 1-1 draw against Chicago Fire II last weekend where Homegrown midfielder Jack Panayotou tallied his third goal of the season on fellow Homegrown Peyton Miller’s third assist. Jake Rozhansky, Jacob Akanyirige, and Damian Rivera all tallied in the shootout, but Chicago walked away with the additional point from the match.

“I thought the guys competed well and traded a number of quality chances,” Head Coach Clint Peay said postgame. “Probably a little bit unlucky not to get the three points. I'd say in terms of the cohesion of the team and stuff, it was a little bit off based on the fact that we had five first teamers with us and we just weren't always on the same page, but overall decent performance, just needed to be better in front of the goal.”

New England enters the month of August after an undefeated July, going 2-0-2 through four matches. Miller owns two goals and one assist in the last three games, while forward Jordan Adebayo-Smith continues to lead his squad with eight goals and four assists on the season. Sunday’s match marks the third and final regular season meeting with New York, as New England is still in search of its first victory against Red Bulls II.


  • New England extending its unbeaten streak to six consecutive games and adding to its 39 goals scored this season, tied for third most in MLS NEXT Pro.
  • Forward Jordan Adebayo-Smith adding to his team-leading eight goals and four assists on the season.
  • Homegrown midfielder/defender Peyton Miller finding the scoresheet for a fourth consecutive match.
  • Defender Victor Souza logging the full 90 for a 17th consecutive match. The Boston College graduate’s 1,728 minutes played ranks fourth-most in the league this season.
  • Goalkeeper Jacob Jackson improving upon his 1.33 goals against average in 2023.
  • Any Revolution Academy player making their professional debut and adding to the 29 that have done so in club history.