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New England Revolution History

The New England Revolution is one of the ten charter members of the MLS that have been included in the league since its inception. The reason for the team’s name as the Revolution comes from the important part that New England played in the American Revolution, hence the team’s logo resembling the American flag. Maybe the team hoped that their patriotism would help them sell New England Revolution tickets, something that worked only in the early years of the club. New England’s long history in the MLS may lead you to believe they are a historically rich team that has had at least some success over the years. That is quite the opposite of what is true as the most success the team has had comes in the stands with the large number of New England Revolution tickets that were sold in the teams early years. The team was routinely in the top three in the league in attendance for the first three years as they had a combined home average of 20,000 New England Revolution tickets sold during that period. Success on the field for the Revolution didn’t come easy as it took the team 12 years to win their first trophy, which was the 2007 U.S. Open Cup. The team keeps that as their lone MLS trophy as they have never won a Supporters’ Shield or MLS Cup despite their regular season success in the 2000’s. New England may be a spot that professional soccer may never succeed in since during their most successful years, New England Revolution tickets sales dropped year after year despite them reaching the MLS Cup Final in 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2007.

Gilette Stadium and the Fans

The team plays its home games at Gillette Stadium, which it shares with the NFL’s New England Patriots. It is assumed that the Revolution play at Gillette because they are owned by Robert Kraft who is also the owner of the Patriots. The capacity at Gillette Stadium allows the team to sell just over 22,000 New England Revolution tickets per home game, a number that has only been reached a few times over the years. The franchise played at Foxboro Stadium for the first six years of its existence, and then moved to Gillette Stadium in 2002 after it replaced Foxboro. The benefits the team received from the move to the new stadium included the capacity to sell more New England Revolution tickets and also now playing in a stadium that was built knowing it would be home to a soccer club along with a football team. Even though the team had only been playing at Gillette for a few years, discussions began in 2006 to build a soccer specific stadium in a surrounding city specifically for the Revolution. This stadium was announced to have the capacity to sell between 20,000 to 25,000 New England Revolution tickets and cost anywhere between $50 and $200 million based on the cost of other soccer specific stadiums built by MLS clubs. Talks broke off for a while between neighboring cities about the soccer stadium, but were brought up again in 2010 when Robert Kraft declared $1 million had been invested in finding a suitable location for a new stadium to sell New England Revolution tickets.

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New England Revolution News

10-20-14: The New England Revolution will play its final game of the regular season at Gillette Stadium on Saturday against Toronto FC. As the season winds down, the team has climbed into the second spot in the Eastern Conference and trails just D.C. United with a 16-13-4 record.

New England Revolution Ticket Prices

Home Average Prices Since 2010:

Year Avg Price
2014-2015 $58.32
2013-2014 $52.03
2012-2013 $45
2011-2012 $58.06
2010-2011 $51.45

Five Most Expensive Home Games Of 2014-2015

7/13/2014 vs. Portland Timbers $117.17
5/31/2014 vs. Real Salt Lake $83.07
7/28/2014 vs. Los Angeles Galaxy $81.20
10/25/2014 vs. Los Angeles Galaxy $78.70
9/12/2014 vs. Real Salt Lake $74

Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010

Date Opponent Avg Price
7/13/2014 vs. Portland Timbers $117.17
3/15/2011 vs. Los Angeles Galaxy $105.76
5/14/2011 vs. Portland Timbers $98.28
3/16/2013 vs. Portland Timbers $92.71
3/25/2011 vs. Houston Dynamo $88.04

Five Least Expensive Home Games of 2014-15

Date Opponent Avg Price
5/07/2014 vs. FC Dallas $40
3/29/2014 vs. Columbus Crew $49
3/15/2014 vs. Toronto FC $50
5/03/2014 vs. Philadelphia Unioin $53.34
4/26/2014 vs. Colorado Rapids $55.03

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010

Date Opponent Avg Price
10/17/2012 vs. Real Salt Lake $35
9/08/2012 vs. Chivas USA $37
5/23/2012 vs. Columbus Crew $39
5/18/2013 vs. FC Dallas $39
5/07/2014 vs. FC Dallas $40

Revolution Video Highlights

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  • 15 Aug
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  • 29 Aug
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  • 05 Sep
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  • 16 Sep
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  • 7:30 PM
  • 19 Sep
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  • 8:00 PM
  • 26 Sep
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  • 03 Oct
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  • 17 Oct
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  • 25 Oct
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