The Other Side

THE OTHER SIDE: What You Need to Know About the New England Revolution


Get to know who the Red Bulls will be playing in their upcoming matchup with The Other Side:

How They're Doing

The New England Revolution have been a mainstay at the top of the Eastern Conference standings, currently holding third place.

Boasting a record of 12-5-7 overall, New England is tied for third in the league with 42 goals scored.

New England is unbeaten in eight of its 10 matches, only losing to New York on July 8th. In Leagues Cup, they suffered two penalty shootout losses to the Red Bulls and Liga MX side Querétaro, the latter knocking them out of the tournament.

The rest of the season is a question mark for the Revolution, with star goalkeeper Djordje Petrović being sold to Chelsea and multiple big names dealing with injuries, including Brandon Bye and Gustavo Bou.

Head-to-Head History

In their last league meeting, the New York Red Bulls took a dramatic 2-1 win at home over New England after a stoppage-time equalizer by the Revolution was ruled out with the help of VAR

While holding the advantage in its 40-34-21 record with New York, New England has not beaten the Red Bulls in their last four matches.

In New York’s last trip to Gillette Stadium, they ran out 1-0 winners despite being down to 10 men. A fortuitous own goal by New England defender Andrew Farrell was the difference.

Player to watch: Carles Gil

A 2023 MLS All-Star, Gil leads the league with 12 assists and ranks second in goal contributions.

Gil and teammate Bobby Wood each lead New England with seven goals scored each this season.

A leader who consistently creates chances for the Revolution, Gil will be one to watch in Saturday’s matchup with other notable names on the mend.