The Revolution’s 26th season opens on April 17 and concludes with Decision Day on Sunday, Nov. 7, totaling 34 matches.
The Revolution open the 2021 MLS campaign in Chicago, where the club will face Fire FC at Soldier Field on Saturday, April 17 at 8:30 p.m. ET. New England then opens its home slate against D.C. United at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, April 24 at 8:00 p.m. ET.
New England will play a total of 32 games against Eastern Conference opponents this season, with two additional match ups against Western Conference sides. The Revs play each of their 13 fellow Eastern Conference teams at least twice, and will square off against Chicago Fire FC, Columbus Crew SC, D.C. United, New York City FC, New York Red Bulls, and Philadelphia Union three times. In addition, the Revolution will face Inter Miami CF, which entered MLS as an expansion team in 2020, for the first time on July 21 in Fort Lauderdale. New England’s two contests against the Western Conference include a visit to FC Dallas on June 27, and a home match against Colorado Rapids on Oct. 27.
The Revolution’s schedule features four nationally televised games. Two of the club’s three meetings against Columbus Crew SC – rematches of the last season’s Eastern Conference Final – will air nationally. The teams’ first meeting of the season on May 16 will air on ESPN2, while their showdown on July 3 will be broadcast on ESPN. New England’s match at Atlanta United FC on July 17 will also air on ESPN, and the club’s visit to Orlando City SC on Oct. 24 will air on FS1.