Revs Share Points with Fire after Late Drama

The New England Revolution and Chicago Fire swapped first half goals en route to a 1-1 draw. Quincy Amarikwa continued his torrid form by scoring in the 16th minute, but Lee Nguyen brought the game level with a 31st minute penalty kick. The drama climaxed late as referee Sorin Stoica gave two red cards and […]


Revs Look for Back-to-Back Wins

Rare goals from Kevin Alston and Jerry Bengtson helped the New England Revolution take full points from the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night. Alston’s goal, which came in the 68th minute, was the first of his MLS career. Meanwhile, Bengtson’s stoppage time tally was his first since Mar. 9, 2013. The Revs (2-3-1) will now […]


An Interview with Thomas Rongen and the Directors of Next Goal Wins

America Samoa is famously known for the 31-0 thrashing that they received in 2001 from Australia. Directors Mike Brett and Steven Jamison traveled to the island in 2011 to  go beyond the scoreline and learn more about the soccer culture on the island. The pair was there to film the team as they prepared for […]

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Unfortunate Mistake Leads to Revolution Loss

An unfortunate moment during the final moments of the first half changed the complexion of the game as the New England Revolution were defeated 2-0 by DC United on Saturday night. One week after being the beneficiaries of an own goal, the Revs were the victims of one as Jose Goncalves hit Cristian’s cross past […]

Revs Break West Coast Curse with First Win of Season

The New England Revolution collected their first win of the season in dramatic fashion as Lee Nguyen scored a stoppage time tally to give his team a 2-1 result over the San Jose Earthquakes. While the Revs were delayed in finding their first goal of the year, Saturday’s outcome meant that they collected their first […]

New England v Vancouver

Revs get First Shutout, Still Looking for First Goal

The New England Revolution earned their first point of the 2014 campaign when they battled the Vancouver Whitecaps to a scoreless draw. While the Revs will be happy to earn their first shutout of the season, the team will continue their search for the allusive first goal.


New England Revolution 2014 Season Preview

The New England Revolution have found stability as they return 20 players from last year’s squad that finished third in the Eastern Conference. Among the returnees are MLS Defender of the Year Jose Goncalves, club MVP Diego Fagundez and Rookie of the Year nominee Andrew Farrell. The team supplemented their young core by trading for […]

Football betting tips: favourites to win this season’s MLS Cup

We are now heading into the final stages of the 2013 regular MLS season, and the bets on which side will win the title are already heating up, but which teams should the punters back to win the MLS Cup? Although, Sporting Kansas City have undoubtedly had a strong season, they still are not one […]


Revs Look for Solid Performance on Bobblehead Night

Not only will Sunday feature a pivotal match between the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union, it will also mark the third and final bobblehead night of 2013. Initiated in 2012, bobblehead night has been a favorite for Revolution fans, who have had the opportunity to take home pint-sized versions of Diego Fagundez, Matt […]

Revs Embrace New Found Attention Before Battle Against Dynamo

There is something special about the 2013 New England Revolution and people are starting to take notice. After being perpetually found at the bottom of the Eastern Conference, the Revs are now in a mid-season fight for a playoff spot. The team, currently in sixth place, is also playing attractive soccer. A defense that has […]

Revs Return to Winning Ways Against Earthquakes

The New England Revolution defeated an exhausted San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night to prevent a mid-summer lull. Goals from Saer Sene and Dimitry Imbongo on opposite sides of halftime confirmed that the Revs’ winless streak wouldn’t extend past three games. The 2-0 victory was driven by a high pressure attack and a sturdy defense. […]

Revs Hope to Take Advantage of Weakened Earthquakes

After three disappointing away games, the New England Revolution will return home on Saturday to face the San Jose Earthquakes. During their last home-stand, the Revs went 3-0-1 in league play before going winless on the road (0-1-1). If the Revs hope to return to their winning ways, they will need to take advantage of […]

Goncalves Looking for All Star Nod

The 2013 edition of the MLS All Star game will emulate from Sporting Park on July 31st. In preparation for the big game, fans have had the opportunity to vote for their favorite players in hopes of seeing them face AS Roma. The New England Revolution has six players in contention but no player has […]

Revs Hope to Learn from Disappointing Week

The New England Revolution relied on a late equalizer from Chad Barrett to negate Laurent Courtois’ early strike and help the team earn a draw against Chivas USA. Although an away point against a western foe during a busy stretch may sound like a good outcome, the Revs will be disappointed since the Goats haven’t […]

Questions Raised After Revs Ousted from Open Cup

The New England Revolution was ousted from the US Open Cup on Wednesday when they suffered a 3-1 defeat to DC United. Chris Pontius provided the night’s first goal but Juan Toja equalized when his free kick hit the post and bounced off Joe Willis’ back. DC dominated that scoring from there with Dwayne De […]