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MATCHDAY GUIDE: New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union | August 11, 2018


New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

Saturday, August 11, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

Gillette Stadium | Foxborough, Massachusetts

Predicted Weather: Scattered thunderstorms | High 85 | Low 66



Parking lots open at 5:30 p.m. (4:30 p.m. for Season Members)

Gates open at 6:30 p.m. (6:15 p.m. for Season Members)

Kickoff vs. Philadelphia Union: 7:30 p.m.


This will be the second meeting between the Revs and Union this year after Philadelphia capitalized on a pair of New England red cards – including one early in the first half – en route to a 2-0 win in the season opener back on March 3 at Talen Energy Stadium.

That was the Union’s fourth win over the Revs in the last five regular-season meetings, all via shutout and all by multiple goals. New England’s only victory in that span was a 3-0 triumph in the most recent meeting at Gillette Stadium last July.

Separated by just two points in the Eastern Conference standings and battling for a coveted playoff spot, these sides will meet again in just two weeks when the Revs will make their second visit of the season to Talen Energy Stadium.

Overall Record vs. Philadelphia Union: 6-11-4

Home Record vs Philadelphia Union: 3-4-2

Last Meeting: Union 2, Revs 0 (March 3, 2018 at Talen Energy Stadium)
Last Meeting at New England: Revs 3, Union 0 (July 29, 2017)


TV: NBC Sports Boston
Streaming:, NBC Sports Boston mobile app

Radio: 98.5 The Sports Hub (English), 1260 AM Nossa Radio USA (Portuguese)

Elizabeth Pehota and Jeff Lemieux will break down the starting lineups and all the storylines on Revolution Pregame LIVE, streaming on the Revolution’s official Facebook page at 7 p.m.


READ: Preview: Revs host Union in "biggest game of the year so far"
WATCH: Three Numbers That Matter | Revs vs. Philadelphia Union
READ: Charlie Davies: Four keys to Saturday's critical clash with Union
WATCH: Training Report: Set pieces, new arrivals and a critical clash with Philly
WATCH: Agudelo: Clash with Union "the biggest game of the year so far"
WATCH: Turner: Saturday vs. Philly is "like a first-round playoff game"
WATCH: Friedel: "There's absolutely nothing to panic about"
WATCH: Caldwell: "We have to take advantage" of remaining home games
WATCH: Bye on switch to left back: "Defending is defending"
LISTEN: Far Post Podcast: Agudelo and Bye join show live in Taunton
WATCH: Drive Series: Short-sleeved boys Ts to benefit Cradles to Crayons
READ: Friedel: Nemeth trade "a move that suited all parties"
READ: Revs trade Nemeth to Sporting KC for allocation money, 1st-rd pick
WATCH: Farrell blossoms from top overall pick into veteran leader
WATCH: Around the League: Revs hold firm as Eastern Conference stumbles
WATCH: Outside the Box: Exclusive scenes from a crazy night in Orlando
WATCH: Highlights: Revs, Lions trade goals in wild 3-3 draw
READ: Revs settle for draw in back-and-forth affair in Orlando
READ: "Little details" again plague Revs as they concede late equalizer


Visitor Guide (A-Z)

Bag Policy

Seating Chart

Directions to Gillette Stadium

Parking Information


Break out your blue kits!

The Revs will be sporting their sleek primary kits, which take inspiration from the Boston Minutemen, a North American Soccer League club that played in Foxboro's Schaefer Stadium in 1976.

You can get your own Revs 2018 primary jersey by visiting the Gillette Stadium Pro Shop, or clicking HERE.



The New England Revolution have partnered with Santander and Cradles to Crayons, and will be collecting new and gently used boys t-shirts sizes 7-8 and above at Gillette Stadium on Saturday. All donations will directly benefit Cradles to Crayons, whose mission is to provide disadvantaged children with essential items they need to thrive.

Gillette Stadium | Donation Bins at All Gates

Donations will be accepted between 6 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.

Fans who make a donation will receive an “I Donated” pin provided by Santander.


Don’t forget to stick around after the first team’s match to support the Revs’ Unified team as our Special Olympians kick off against the Philadelphia Union’s Unified team directly after the final whistle. Fans will be asked to congregate in The Fort, where you can sing, chant, and cheer on both sides.

These athletes have worked diligently all season, and appreciate your support to cheer them on as they play on the Gillette Stadium pitch.