Revolution re-sign midfielder Steve Neumann

Steve Neumann

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution announced today that the club has re-signed midfielder Steve Neumann. Neumann, who has made 32 regular-season appearances for the Revs since being selected with the No. 4 pick in the first round of the 2014 MLS SuperDraft, originally did not have his contract option picked up by the club on Nov. 25. Per club and league policy, details of the contract were not disclosed.

After playing in 23 games for the Revs as a rookie in 2014, including an MLS-high 20 appearances off the bench, Neumann was limited to just nine appearances last season, including one start. While he is yet to score in an MLS game, Neumann has one goal and one assist in four appearances for New England in the U.S. Open Cup.

A native of New Hope, Pennsylvania, Neumann was a four-year star at Georgetown prior to being selected by the Revolution in 2014. He had 41 goals and 34 assists in 86 appearances for the Hoyas, helping lead his team to the NCAA College Cup Final in 2012 with a hat trick in the semifinals against Maryland, and earning 2013 BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year honors.

Neumann and the rest of the Revolution are scheduled to begin preseason training ahead of the 2016 MLS season on Jan. 22. For up-to-the-minute information on the Revolution, visit the team’s official web site at, or join the conversation and interact with fans on any of the team’s social platforms.