New England Revolution is an American soccer club based in Foxborough and they play in the MLS Eastern Conference. Manufactured by adidas New England Revolution wear dark blue home shirts with white and red trim and there have been several notable players to play for the club including Taylor Twellman, Ousmane Dabo, Clint Dempsey, Didier Domi, Jay Heaps, Pat Noonan, Steve Ralston and Chris Albright.
The New England Revolution play their home games in strip of blue shirts with white tops to the sleeves, blue shorts and socks. The away strip is reversed, being all white with blue strips on the top of the sleeves of the shirts. The Revs are another of the original League teams who have yet to win any honours, although they have been runners up in: MLS Cup; 2002, 2005 and 2006, US Open Cup; 2001 and MLS Supporters' Shield; 2005.
New England Revolution take preparations for the 2016 MLS season to the next stage by officially releasing their all-new away shirt. The highly talented squad and franchise within the MLS, New England Revolution, unveil their latest adidas manufactured home shirt of which they'll wear when adorni [...]
MLS side New England Revolution have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015 season [...]
New England Revolution have officially released their new home kit for the 2014 MLS season. Launched on Tuesday this week, the new New England Revolution home kit sees the shirt maintain the iconic navy blue colours from previous years [...]
MLS club New England Revolution have launched their new 2012 home and away shirts. The club was founded in 1995 and last season finished 17th place in the Overall MLS league standings. The club's new home shirt is mainly navy blue with red side panels and red detail on the shoulders, with [...]
The New England Revolution were formed in 1995 and are a professional soccer club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts., they play in Major League Soccer (MLS). The Revs as they are known play their home games in the 68,750 capacity Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts. It is said that the team name comes from New England's major contribution to the American Revolution against the British rule and subsequent declaration of independence being signed in 1776.
The Revs are owned by Robert K. Kraft, Chairman and CEO of The Kraft Group, a diversified holding company with assets in paper & packaging, sports & entertainment, real estate development and a private equity portfolio. He is probably better known as owner of the National Football League's New England Patriots, as well as the stadium where they and the New England Revolution play, Gillette Stadium.