|New England Revolution|
|Full name||New England Revolution|
|Founded||June 15, 1994|
|Stadium|| Gillette Stadium|
|Owner||The Kraft Group|
|Head Coach||Bruce Arena|
|Current League||Major League Soccer|
|2019|| Major League Soccer, Eastern Conference: 7th|
|Website||Club home page|
The New England Revolution are an American professional soccer club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS). It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, having competed in the league since its inception.
The club is owned by Robert Kraft, who also owns the New England Patriots along with his son, Jonathan Kraft who is a major investor of the club. The name "Revolution" refers to the New England region's significant involvement in the American Revolution.
New England currently play their home matches at Gillette Stadium. The club played their home games at the adjacent and now-demolished Foxboro Stadium, from 1996 until 2001. The Revs hold the distinction of being the only original MLS team to have every league game in its history televised.
The Revolution were one of ten original MLS franchises to compete in the league's inaugural season. However, it took them until the year 2007—their twelfth year of existence—to win their first trophy, the 2007 US Open Cup. The following year, they won the 2008 North American SuperLiga. The Revolution have never won an MLS Cup nor MLS Supporters' Shield, despite reaching the MLS Cup finals in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2014; and having the second best regular season record in 2005.