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New England Revolution
The New England Revolution is a club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts that participates in Major League Soccer. The New England Revolution or the Revs, use the Gillette Stadium for all their home games. During 1996 till 2001, the Revs played all their home matches at the Foxboro Stadium. This stadium does not exist anymore.
In the 2006 MLS cup, the Revs had an opportunity to win their first MLS championship. This would have been versus the Houston Dynamo. However, the team ultimately faced the same end to its campaign just like it did in 2002 and 2005. This was the Revs third MLS Cup defeat in 5 years. Throughout their 10-year existence, the Revs have not succeeded in claiming a major trophy in MLS. The club is one of the three teams in MLS [dating further back than 2005] that has not won any of the MLS titles: MLS Cup, US Open Cup, or the MLS Supporter's Shield. However, the Revs have come close to doing so in 2001, when the club reached the US Open Cup final. The club came close to winning again in the MLS Cup finals in 2002, 2005, and 2006. The Revs lost to the Los Angeles Galaxy in the US Open Cup final, and in the MLS Cup in 2002 and 2005.
With the Revs playing in the 2002 MLS Cup the club got to play in the 2003 CONCACAF Champions Cup. However, the Revs lost their first game 5:3. The Revolution played the LD Alajuelense at the Gillette Stadium during the 2006 CONCACAF Champions' Cup. The fans felt that the club might have the upper hand playing in New England's adverse conditions of winter. However, the Revs failed to make progress, as the club only managed a draw, which was not good enough.
The Revs opponents are the New York Red Bulls. In recent times, fellow Eastern Conference teams DC United and Chicago Fire have also become significant opposition as well. The Revs' supporter's clubs is known as the Midnight Riders and Rev Army. 'Midnight Riders' is a name selected because of the famous rides of Paul Revere and William Dawes. The name is meant to honor them. The two individuals announced their departure from the British troops in Boston and moved to Concord [during the American Revolution].
Both supporter groups occupy the north stand of the stadium. This position in the stadium is known as ?The Fort'. It is a general admission section, and is named so because of the revolutionary theme given to the team and independent supporters' associations.
Foxboro Stadium served as the home stadium for the Revs between 1996 and 2001. The Gillette Stadium has been used by the Revs as their home stadium since 2002. The club hopes to construct a soccer-specific stadium. The Boston Herald published an article on August 2, 2007 about the planned stadium. The article announced that the City of Sommerville and Revolution officials have been through "preliminary discussions". They planned to erect a 20,000 to 25,000 seat stadium tat would be located on a 100 acre site off of Innerbelt Road. The cost of the project would range from $50 and $200 million.
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