The term "tifo" was once foreign to the New England soccer scene. That's certainly not the case anymore as Revolution supporters have recently created some of the best displays the league has ever seen. Their latest piece of art was revealed on Saturday night when the New England Revolution hosted the Philadelphia Union.
The tifo, hoisted just before kickoff, re-imagined Indiana Jones with Jermaine Jones playing the title character. Jones is seen reaching for the league's ultimate prize: the MLS Cup. To drive the point home, the tifo was raised while the Indiana Jones theme song played throughout the stadium.
The holy grail. #NEvPHI #NERevs pic.twitter.com/8IjLwjxr6W— Major League Soccer (@MLS) September 26, 2015
The process of creating the tifo was aided by patients at the Boston Children's Hospital. Members of the Revolution, including Charlie Davies, Kelyn Rowe, and Scott Caldwell, visited the hospital to witness firsthand the talent of the young artists.