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Three Takeaways from NYCFC's historic playoff win at New England

Another top-seeded side bit the dust in the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs Tuesday night, as New York City FC outlasted the New England Revolution in an instant classic at frosty Gillette Stadium that had to be decided by kicks from the spot. Here are three talking points from the...
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Revolution players react to heartbreaking loss in Eastern Conference semifinal

Having your season end is heartbreaking to begin with, but having it end on penalty kicks is like dumping pounds of salt on the proverbial wound. After a historic regular season for the New England Revolution, the club came up short and was knocked out of the playoffs far quicker than fans expected.
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NYCFC upset Revolution in thriller to reach first Eastern Conference final

Alexander Callens capped a perfect five-for-five shootout for fourth-seeded New York City FC en route to a 5-3 win on penalty kicks over the top-seeded New England Revolution in an MLS Eastern Conference semifinal matchup on Tuesday night in Foxborough, Mass. The teams played to a 2-2 draw after 90...
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Union to host New York City FC in Eastern Conference final

The Union will host the MLS Eastern Conference final on Sunday (3:30 p.m., 6abc and ESPN Deportes), thanks to New York City FC’s upset win over the New England Revolution on Tuesday, in a penalty shootout after a 2-2 tie at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Here’s a quick look...
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How to Watch New England Revolution vs. New York City FC: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

The New England Revolution (22-5-7, 73 points) have only lost to five clubs this season and never twice to the same club. The New York City FC (14-11-9, 51 points) defeated the Revolution 2–0 back in August, but is going to be a tall task for New York City to be the first club all season to accomplish this feat and make their way to the Eastern Conference finals.
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Recap: New England Revolution 2 (3), New York City FC 2 (5)

Sean Johnson saved Adam Buksa's penalty kick and all five of Johnson's teammates made theirs as New York City FC booked their first-ever Eastern Conference Final appearance, winning 5-3 in a shootout after playing the New England Revolution to a 2-2 draw on Tuesday night at Gillette Stadium. Alexander Callens...
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Soccer on TV: Will the Union play New England or New York City in the Eastern Conference final?

Whether you wake up early with the diehards, DVR the game to watch later, or are reading this after the fact and will look to find a replay online, here’s what to know about the U.S. squad Down Under: it’s in great hands with the new crop of players brought in by manager Vlatko Andonovski. They showed it in a 3-0 win over the the Matildas in Sydney over the weekend to start the two-game tour.
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Evolution of a Revolution: How New England arrived at their new crest

The New England Revolution became the latest MLS team to unveil a new crest today. Please note: That does not say New England FC or New England Old Boys or New New England SC. As they’ll proudly tell you today, the Revolution have elected to not become “another FC.” The New England Revolution name is here to stay.
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How Bruce Arena took New England Revolution from the bottom to the best in MLS history

After two years in Major League Soccer, New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell thought he had a pretty good handle on the league. The Revs had reached the playoffs in 2013, his rookie season, and advanced to MLS Cup the next year. Although they lost to the LA Galaxy, Farrell had every reason to believe more success would follow.
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Gustavo Bou looks to "achieve big things" with New England Revolution

When Gustavo Bou was acquired by the New England Revolution in July 2019, he was the first marquee signing of the Bruce Arena era. Securing the Argentine forward to a Designated Player deal reportedly required a $6-7 million transfer fee to Liga MX’s Club Tijuana, a club-record fee that landed “La Pantera” as New England’s new sporting director and head coach sought to put his rebuild vision into practice.
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MLS Cup Playoffs preview: New England Revolution

After a record-setting regular season, the New England Revolution enter the MLS Cup Playoffs with their eyes on the big prize. The Revs lifted the Supporters' Shield for the first time in their history with a single-season record 73 points, scoring a league-high 65 goals and losing just five of their 34 matches.
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Brandon Bye signs long-term deal with New England Revolution

Brandon Bye has signed a three-year contract extension with the New England Revolution through the 2024 MLS season, the club announced Friday. The deal comes with a 2025 club option, keeping the right back in New England after he helped them win the Supporters’ Shield in 2021 and set a new single-season MLS points record (73). That’s earned the Revs a 2022 Concacaf Champions League spot and the Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed in the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs.
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Revolution preparing for long layoff before playoffs

Sunday was all about celebrating the New England Revolution’s historic season that saw them lift the Supporters’ Shield for the first time in club history. But now the confetti has been cleared and the pictures have been taken. Now it’s time for the playoffs. Thanks to New England’s amazing performance,...
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The Bielsa Report: Five things NYCFC supporters should know about the New England Revolution

The Bielsa Report is named for Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa, and the comprehensive if legally suspect research he conducts on opposing teams. The New England Revolution did a bang-up job recruiting Designated Players who materially improved the team, helping the Revs win the 2021 Supporter’s Shield with a record-breaking 73 points.
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