Greater New England Soccer
News and opinion about non-Revolution soccer throughout New England.
It was a joke, but it’s definitely not now.
A gallery of photos from Vermont Green FC’s win over the Western Mass Pioneers.
The Green were victorious in front of a sold-out crowd
Let’s head to League Two to discuss a controversial play.
Jay Heaps, Jermaine Jones, and more tell us the story of the Revs’ 2014 run to the MLS Cup.
Part-owner Charlie Davies hopes New Hampshire’s USL League One team will "gain notoriety not only nationally, but globally."
An epic standing scorpion kick in the 90th minute for a game winner should be cause for celebration...except when it’s not
Players from Hingham-based club South Shore Select lead the way
College football is king, but soccer is trending up south of the Mason-Dixon.
Coastal Carolina striker seeking a soccer future elsewhere
Before the Breakers folded, it seems the Krafts were asked about their interest in the NWSL team.
The Maine native had a monster season. Next stop: MLS SuperDraft.
Koffie could be set for his senior international debut against either the USA or Mexico.
Kamdem Fewo’s moment of magic in the 65th minute decided another close match between Rochester and Cincinnati. The Rhinos are now unbeaten in 5 league games.
Wal Fall’s 27th minute goal and Tomas Gomez’s clean sheet earned Rochester a Bob Lilley special on Wednesday night in league action.
The road back to the USOC Final will begin at home for the New England Revolution
The former NY Red Bulls homegrown defender discusses how his amateur side from Morristown, NJ is gearing up to face the Rochester Rhinos
While the Revolution are still a month away from entering the Open Cup, the Rhinos will play next week against a talented amateur side from New Jersey.
Four different goal-scorers chipped in for the result but winger Christiano Francois was the star of the match with two assists and a drawn penalty.