A 26-year-old American soccer club, New England Revolution has been completing in Major League Soccer (MLS) from the Eastern Conference. The team has been playing its home games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Prior to 1996-2001, they used to play home matches at Foxboro Stadium.
The Revolution didn’t win MLS Cup yet but they have got fifth-time runners-up titles in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2014. Throughout their history, they made champions in U.S. Open Cup (2007) & Supporters’ Shield (2021) for once.
In the 2021 MLS season, the Revolution made 1st position in the Eastern Conference and overall performance with win-loss scoring of 22-5.
New England Revolution Current Roster & Squad for the MLS 2022
Right now the team is under Bruce Arena, he is serving as a head coach of the team. Recently, the team officials have announced their current roster and players’ lineup for the upcoming 2022 MLS regular season.
The team has picked three players (Jacob Jackson, and Ben Reveno) from the 2022 MLS SuperDraft. In addition, they have transferred in five players including Sebastian Lletget for $500,000 GAM from LA Galaxy and four players have transferred out to different clubs this season.
Goalkeepers: Dorde Petrovic, Matt Turner, Andrew Farrell, Brad Knighton, Earl Edwards.
Forwards: Gustavo Bou, Justin Rennicks, Adam Buksa, Jozy Altidore.
Midfielders: Dylan Borrero, Emmanuel Boateng, Thomas McNamara, Gustavo Bou, Matt Polster, Sebastian Lletget, Wilfrid Kaptoum, Carles Gil, Maciel, Arnór Traustason, Noel Buck.
Defenders: Andrew Farrell, Henry Kessler, Jonathan Bell, A.J. DeLaGarza, Omar González, Brandon Bye, DeJuan Jones, Ryan Spaulding.
Here is the full and detailed Revolution Current Roster & Squad for the MLS 2022. Check it out.
|Brad Knighton||18||GK||37||6′ 2″||181 lbs||United States|
|Matt Turner||30||GK||27||6′ 3″||172 lbs||United States|
|Earl Edwards||36||GK||30||6′ 3″||203 lbs||United States|
|Andrew Farrell||98||GK||22||5′ 11″||190 lbs||United States|
|Omar González||2||DF||30||5′ 11″||183 lbs||United States|
|Henry Kessler||3||DF||33||6′ 5″||205 lbs||United States|
|Brandon Bye||4||DF||23||6′ 4″||183 lbs||United States|
|Jonathan Bell||15||DF||26||6′ 0″||172 lbs||United States|
|DeJuan Jones||23||DF||24||5′ 11″||163 lbs||United States|
|A.J. DeLaGarza||24||DF||24||5′ 11″||163 lbs||United States|
|Ryan Spaulding||28||DF||34||5′ 9″||150 lbs||Guam|
|34||DF||23||5′ 7″||150 lbs||United States|
|Dylan Borrero||–||MF||20||5′ 11″||146 lbs||Colombia|
|Wilfrid Kaptoum||5||MF||25||5′ 9″||159 lbs||Cameroon|
|Matt Polster||8||MF||28||6′ 0″||170 lbs||United States|
|Carles Gil||10||MF||29||5′ 7″||141 lbs||Spain|
|Emmanuel Boateng||11||MF||28||5′ 6″||150 lbs||Ghana|
|Maciel||13||MF||22||5′ 7″||152 lbs||Brazil|
|Sebastian Lletget||17||MF||29||5′ 10″||150 lbs||United States|
|Arnór Traustason||25||MF||29||6′ 0″||157 lbs||Iceland|
|Thomas McNamara||26||MF||31||5′ 9″||172 lbs||United States|
|Noel Buck||29||MF||17||5′ 11″||159 lbs||United States|
|Gustavo Bou||72||MF||19||5′ 10″||161 lbs||United States|
|Adam Buksa||7||FW||32||5′ 9″||159 lbs||Argentina|
|Justin Rennicks||9||FW||25||6′ 3″||172 lbs||Poland|
|Jozy Altidore||12||FW||23||5′ 11″||163 lbs||United States|
|14||FW||32||6′ 1″||172 lbs||United States|