Representing not just a city or state, but an entire region the New England Revolution are a strong and proud soccer club with a successful past and bright future. Outside of their inability to win the big game – going 0-5 in the MLS Cups Finals – the Revolution consistently produce a strong, playoff calibre team. The New England Revolution lines, just like the team, are consistent and a popular betting option for soccer bettors.  

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New England Revolution Record

The New England Revolution have just never been able to get over the hump reaching 5 MLS Cup finals, but failing to win a single one. Four of their Cup appearances came during the clubs most success stretch, between 2000 and 2009 when the club made the playoffs each season. There most successful season in their history is 2005 – when they won the Supporters Shield and lost a heartbreaking game by a score of 1-0 to the LA Galaxy. Minus a little blip from 2010 to 2012, the club has remained a top team in the East since the beginning of the millennium.

The Revolution play their home games at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Gillette Stadium was developed for New England’s NFL franchise, but the stadium operates fine when used for soccer. The capacity for soccer is set at around 20,000 – but the number can be expanded for playoff games and if the stadium is hosting the MLS Cup finals.  

As with most Boston area sports teams, the Revolution have a rivalry with the New York Clubs – especially the Red Bulls. New England has the edge in the series, especially when playing at home. At one point the Revolution were undefeated in 20 consecutive home matches against the Red Bulls – from 2002 to 2014. The club also has a bitter rivalry with the Chicago Fire and D.C United due to the numerous times they have met in the playoffs. New England does not have an official rivalry with the LA Galaxy, but they have lost 3 of their 5 MLS Cups’ to the Galaxy – losing each game by a single goal in overtime. Due to the sheer closeness of their three Finals matches, bettors and fans can get excited to see these two clubs faceoff on the pitch.