The New England Revolution unveiled their new secondary uniform on Sunday and it’s an all-American look.
Inspired by the nation’s flag, the shirt heavily features red and white. The design was inspired by the 13 stripes that represent the 13 original colonies. Much like the outgoing jersey, which was modeled after the flag of New England, the new kit is a nod towards history.
“At every level of our organization, we aim to represent our community in New England and remain authentic to the sport,” said Revolution President Brian Bilello in a press release. “This new kit embodies those values and I look forward to seeing our team wear it with the same pride with which we represent our region and the game of soccer.”
The Revs will wear this jersey for two seasons. The club’s primary kit, which is blue with a red stripe and white stripe down the middle, will remain in rotation before being replaced next year.