2019 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup | Fourth Round
New England Revolution at New York Red Bulls
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 | 7:30 p.m.
MSU Soccer Park | Montclair, N.J.
Predicted Weather: Partly cloudy | High 76 | Low 59
OPEN CUP HISTORY VS. NEW YORK RED BULLS
This will be the fifth all-time U.S. Open Cup meeting between long-standing MLS rivals the New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls.
These two sides most recently squared off in the U.S. Open Cup in 2017, when the Red Bulls defeated New England, 1-0, in the quarterfinals. Prior to that, they met in this competition in 2013 during the Fourth Round, when the Revs secured a 4-2 win.
Separately of the Red Bulls, the Revs are 20-16-6 through all 42 matches they've played to date in the U.S. Open Cup. New England most recently made a run to the final in 2016, but ultimately fell at the last hurdle to FC Dallas - the same club they defeated to lift the trophy for the first and only time in 2007.
Overall U.S. Open Cup Record vs. New York Red Bulls: 1-3-0
Last U.S. Open Cup Meeting: Red Bulls 1, Revs 0 (July 13, 2017 at Jordan Field, Harvard)
HOW TO TUNE IN
Live Stream: ESPN+
Max Bretos will handle play-by-play for this match, and Revs' club ambassador Charlie Davies will be providing color commentary.
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WATCH: Fagundez | "Now we just have to recharge and keep going"
READ: Agudelo shines in new role as box-to-box central midfielder
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LISTEN: Far Post Podcast | Teal Bunbury talks shifting tides in New England
WATCH: Teammates react to Rennicks' massive U20 World Cup goal
READ: Rennicks bags game winner as U.S. U20s beat France in Rd. of 16
WATCH: Around the League | Revs rising in wide open Eastern Conference
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READ: Bunbury gets confidence boost with first goal of 2019
READ: Revs begin Arena era with emotional win | "It's a special feeling"
WATCH: Highlights | Revs pick up first road win, 2-1, at LA Galaxy
SHOW YOUR COLORS
Traveling to see these rivals square off in the cup? 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.
While the primary kit typically features white shorts, the Revs will wear navy shorts and socks on Tuesday to better contrast with the New York Red Bulls.
You can get your own Revs primary jersey by visiting the Gillette Stadium Pro Shop, or clicking HERE.