New England Revolution at D.C. United
Friday, July 12, 2019 | 7 p.m.
Audi Field | Washington, D.C.
Predicted Weather: Partly sunny | High 89 | Low 71
RECENT FORM VS. D.C. UNITED
While this will be the 85th all-time meeting between the New England Revolution and D.C. United in all competitions, it will only be the second game the two teams play at Audi Field, D.C.’s new stadium that opened during the 2018 campaign.
New England and D.C. met once already this season - about seven weeks ago - when the two sides finished in a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium.
These squads squared off twice in the 2018 season, with the home side taking three points in each match. The Revs have struggled against D.C. in recent years, as they've won just once in their last ten meetings (1-5-4) dating back to 2015.
However, the Revs will now look to change that narrative under the leadership of sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena, who coached D.C. from 1996-98. As New England aim to extend their current unbeaten run (4-0-3) to eight games, which is now the longest active streak in MLS, this will be an Eastern Conference battle that you won't want to miss.
Overall Record vs. D.C. United: 27-34-13
Away Record vs. D.C. United: 9-24-4
Last Meeting at Gillette Stadium: Revs 1, D.C. United 1 (May 25, 2019)
Last Meeting at Audi Field.: D.C. United 2, Revs 0 (August 19, 2018)
HOW TO TUNE IN
Nationally televised on ESPN
Radio: 98.5 The Sports Hub (English, LISTEN LIVE), 1260 AM Nossa Radio USA (Portuguese)
Elizabeth Pehota and Jeff Lemieux will break down the starting lineups and all the storylines on a special road edition of the Revolution Pregame Live show, available at 6:15 p.m. on the Revolution's official Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels, as well as www.revolutionsoccer.net.
READ: Lemieux Previeux | Revs take MLS-best unbeaten run to D.C.
WATCH: Three Numbers That Matter | Can NE keep rolling on the road?
WATCH: Welcome to the New England Revolution, Gustavo Bou
READ: Revs acquire forward Gustavo Bou as Designated Player
WATCH: Bou 1-on-1 | "I'm looking for the next challenge"
READ: Bou excited to be part of Arena's "new project" with the Revolution
READ: Arena praises Bou's nose for goal: "He's got a lot of quality"
WATCH: Highlights | Top moments from Bou's time in Mexico and Argentina
WATCH: Arena on Bou | "He's going to help us generate attacking chances"
WATCH: Behind the Scenes | Bou's first photo shoot with the Revolution
WATCH: JF Caicedo | Arena "has given me a lot of trust, a lot of confidence"
WATCH: Bye | "We've shown we can go into tough environments and win"
WATCH: Anibaba | Captain Carles Gil a "great guy in the locker room"
WATCH: Outside the Box | Weathering the storm in Colorado
LISTEN: Far Post Podcast | Farrell takes us inside a wild night in Colorado
WATCH: Around the League | Revs benefit as West dominates East
WATCH: Boot Room Breakdown | Bunbury's milestone 50th career goal
READ: A Humble Half-Century | Bunbury "really proud" to hit 50-goal mark
READ: Revs battle through "chaos" to secure "gut check" win over Rapids
WATCH: Highlights | Wild weather can't slow down Revs in Colorado
READ: Recap | Revs' unbeaten run hits seven with 2-1 win over Rapids
SPECIAL OLYMPICS UNIFIED MATCH
The Revs' Unified team will be in action at Audi Field on Friday, as well! Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m. ET. For any fans attending, the gates will open at Audi Field at 4 p.m. ET.
New England's Special Olympians will kick off on the road against D.C. United's Unified team before the first team's match. Fans are asked to follow all of our coverage on the club's social channels and www.revolutionsoccer.net, where you can catch all of their action in the buildup as they've been working diligently to prepare for this night.
The Revs' Unified team will also play at home in front of New England's loyal supporters on September 29, when they will host New York City FC's Unified team. More details are to follow regarding that upcoming match on the Gillette Stadium pitch.
SHOW YOUR COLORS
Break out your new kit, “The Colonial!"
The Revs will be sporting their sleek new secondary kits, which take inspiration from uniforms the colonial generals wore in the Revolutionary War.
These jerseys sport a white front with light blue sides and sleeves, and are tied together with navy blue trim. The light blue sides continue to cover the back of the jersey, topped near the neckline with the classic image of the Flag of New England.
You can own "The Colonial" by visiting the Gillette Stadium Pro Shop, or clicking HERE.