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Revolution announce new local broadcast partnership

Revs form new local broadcast partnership with CBS Boston.

New England Revolution v Los Angeles Galaxy Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images

After an offseason full of big announcements, the Revs made another big one on Thursday as the club announced a new local broadcast partnership.

CBS Boston is now the Revs local broadcast partner throughout the 2021 MLS regular season. All 30 of the Revolution’s 30 regionally televised matches will be available to view on WSBK-TV38 and WBZ-TV.

Team coverage will also be available on CBS Boston’s broadcast and digital properties including CBSN Boston.

WSBK-TV 38 and WBZ-TV are available in Boston, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Rhode Island viewers can watch Revolution games on myRITV. Fans out of market can watch regionally televised games on ESPN+.

Brad Feldman and Charlie Davies will return to the booth for their second season as a duo alongside Naoko Funayama reporting pitch side and will have the call on all regionally televised Revs games.

When talking about the partnership, WBZ-TV and WSBK-TV38 President and General Manager Mark Lund said “We are thrilled to be the new home of The New England Revolution…The Kraft family has an incredible history of championships both on the field and in the community, and we look forward to covering all the Revs action in their quest for MLS Cup.”.

“We are very excited to partner with the outstanding team at CBS Boston as we continue to bring the Revolution’s exciting brand of soccer into more homes throughout New England. CBS Boston’s unparalleled sports coverage along with their leadership in the community makes them the perfect partner for our club.” said Revolution President Brian Bilello.

The Revs open their 2021 season on April 17th when they take on the Chicago Fire at 8:30 PM EST on CBS-TV. Radio coverage will still be available on 98.5 The Sports Hub and Nossa Radio USA.