The New England Revolution is proud to be a founding member of Major League Soccer. Officially established on October 17, 1995 with Foxboro Stadium as the club’s home venue, the Revolution was one of 10 clubs to compete in MLS’ inaugural season with U.S. internationals Alexi Lalas and Mike Burns, a Massachusetts native, on the roster.
Owned and operated by Robert and Jonathan Kraft since day one, today the Revolution take the pitch at Gillette Stadium in front of the most dedicated and passionate sports fans in New England. The Revolution is a five-time Eastern Conference Champion and has won the 2007 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and the 2008 SuperLiga.
The Revs boast a strong local influence with 4 players on the roster hailing from New England; Scott Caldwell (Braintree, MA), Diego Fagundez (Leominster, MA), Zachary Herivaux (Brookline, MA) and Chris Tierney (Wellesley, MA). In addition, Mike Burns serves as the General Manager and Head Coach Jay Heaps, also a long-time player, hails from Longmeadow, MA.