RIVALRY WEEK | Revolution head to Philadelphia this Saturday


The Revolution (7-2-3, 24 pts. – 1st in Eastern Conference) conclude a three-game road swing in MLS play on Saturday, May 20 at Philadelphia Union (5-4-2, 17 pts. – 5th in Eastern Conference. Watch by subscribing to **MLS Season Pass on Apple** **TV** or listen on the radio at 98.5 The Sports Hub or 1260 AM Nossa Radio in Portuguese. 

Revolution Storylines: 

  • New England looks to get back to winning ways after dropping a 2-1 result on Saturday night at Inter Miami CF.
  • New England is 3-2-1 on the road this season and now have 26 away wins under Bruce Arena (incl. playoffs), most in MLS since he took over as head coach on June 2, 2019. 
  • Midfielder Carles Gil netted his third goal of the campaign on Saturday night, tied with Bobby Wood and Giacomo Vrioni for the team lead.
  • Defender DeJuan Jones notched his third assist of 2023 in Saturday’s match, his second straight league match on the scoresheet. Since the start of 2020, Jones’ 20 goal contributions are second-most among MLS defenders. 
  • Defenders Brandon Bye and Dave Romney have each played every minute during the regular season to date for New England. Bye is approaching 150 career MLS appearances and is 115 minutes shy of 12,000 for his career.
  • Homegrown Players continue to excel for New England. Revolution Academy products Esmir Bajraktarević and Noel Buck both made appearances in Saturday’s match, with Buck logging his 10th start of the season and Bajraktarević playing 23 minutes off the bench.