4 things not to miss during the New England Revolution’s 2022 season

Fans cheer in the supporter section known as The Fort. | Photo provided by the New England Revolution

Calling all soccer fans. The New England Revolution has a packed schedule for the remainder of the season, and we’ve got the inside scoop on who to watch + what to do when you attend a game at Gillette Stadium and bring the fight.

At their next match, the Revs will ​​take on ​​FC Cincinnati. | Photo via New England Revolution

Who to watch: 

Midfielder Carles Gil is originally from Valencia, Spain. | Photo via New England Revolution

Carles Gil, a New England Revs Midfielder + reigning MLS MVP, is in his fourth MLS season. No. 10 has 77 appearances, 70 starts, 17 goals, and 38 assists in league play to date — including four goals so far this season.

Supporting the Revs:

Located in sections 141, 142, and 143 of Gillette Stadium, The Fort is a fan section made up of all of the Revolution supporters’ groups + supporters. If you want the full fan experience, grab tickets in (or near) The Fort.

Supporter groups like the Midnight Riders and the Rebellion take soccer seriously — while having a seriously good time. Their passion for the game creates a memorable atmosphere for all Revolution fans who attend games at Gillette Stadium, no matter where they sit.

Their beloved mascot: 

Slyde was “born” in Foxborough, Massachusetts. | Photo provided by the New England Revolution

Slyde the Fox is a mischievous, yet compassionate mascot and a staple at any Revs home game. Despite his slightly intimidating appearance, Slyde loves interacting with fans during games. 

How to grab tickets:

Make the next soccer game a family (or friend group) outing with the Revs Family 4-Pack, offering fans four tickets up to 20% off + four food and drink coupons (valued at $68). See the full promotions schedule to plan your next trip to Gillette Stadium. 

Pro tip: The next Family 4-Pack night is happening on Sun., July 3 at 7:30 p.m. Get tickets here to cheer on the Revs against ​​FC Cincinnati.


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