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Revolution take on Haitian team as international play returns to Gillette

As MLS's best regular-season team last year, they're one of 16 teams competing for the Concacaf crown.

The Revolution made tremendous progress in 2021, winning the Supporters' Shield.

For much of 2021, the New England Revolution proved to be one of the best soccer teams in North America.

And, as 2022 begins, they’ll have the opportunity to reaffirm they belong among those elite ranks.

As winners of the MLS Supporters Shield, and as the league’s regular-season champions, the Revolution were invited to participate in the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League tournament, which is a 16-team competition between top clubs from North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. The Revs will open with a two-match leg against Cavaly AS, a squad that is headquartered in Haiti and earned its spot in the tournament by winning the 2021 Caribbean Club Championship.


Both legs of the Round-of-16 series will be played in Foxborough, scheduled for Feb. 15 and 22, with the Revolution returning to the Concacaf Champions League for the third time, and first since 2008. It will be New England’s first international competition since the 2010 SuperLiga, and if it advances past Cavaly it will take on the winner of Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica) and Pumas UNAM (Mexico) in the quarterfinals. Those matches will be staged in mid-March at a location to be determined.

Single-game tickets for the SCCL contests (and the MLS regular season) go on sale February 1, as does a Pay-as-We-Play ticket package that is specific for the Concacaf matches. Revolution season ticket holders will receive complimentary tickets to the first leg against Cavaly, which is set for Feb. 15. Leg two follows a week later.

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