Zero FCs Given | Revs proudly sport new “Liberty” kit on social media


As freedom rings, so does the energy from the New England Revolution’s newest primary kit, “The Liberty.”

This jersey is the first to feature the club’s new crest and bold brand identity. The Revs’ new branding is rooted in the region’s history as the birthplace of the American Revolution and the resilient, defiant spirit of the people of New England. It reflects the evolution of one of Major League Soccer’s founding clubs with a new, fresh look.

How did “The Liberty” come to be?

The bespoke pattern is inspired by Boston’s Freedom Trail, a walking trail through the heart of Boston which passes 16 historical sites from the American Revolution – which gives a nod to the club name.

This sleek new look will be paired with blue shorts, conveying a defiant, confident and strong appearance. It is the first time the club will be wearing blue shorts since 2013. This one color appearance makes the Revolution crest stand out in its inaugural season.

Revolution players are all in on the mesmeric vibes from the new kit.

Andrew Farrell doesn’t give any FCs, just like the Revolution’s club name.

Sebastian Lletget is ready to kick off his new year with his new club, in this brand new kit.

As always, Matt Turner proudly reps the Revs colors and is leaning into his time wearing the new brand before joining Arsenal in June.

Brandon Bye cannot wait to show off the heat he plans to bring on the backline in the new jersey this campaign.

11-year MLS veteran and Revolution newcomer Jozy Altidore proudly sports “The Liberty” on his first day at his new office.

Gustavo Bou is ready to go in “The Liberty.”

Captain Carles Gil gives the new kit a 10/10, just like his new jersey number.

DeJuan Jones is ready to elevate his game with this fresh new outfit.

Entering his second year in the league, Jon Bell is eager to get the season started.

Edward Kizza echoes the same sentiment heading into year two.

“The Liberty” is available now for purchase at the Gillette Stadium ProShop and online. Purchase yours and wear it to the Revolution’s home opener on Saturday, March 5 when the squad hosts FC Dallas.