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Greater New England Soccer

News and opinion about non-Revolution soccer throughout New England.

Rhode Island FC breaks USL record

And they haven’t even played a game.

Rhode Island FC unveils crest and name

The USL Championship side begins play in 2024.

The birth of the Bhoys, Vermont Green FC’s supporters’ group

It was a joke, but it’s definitely not now.

Vermont 2, Lionsbridge 1: Green earn underdog victory in League Two playoffs


Match Photos: Vermont Green FC vs Western Mass Pioneers

A gallery of photos from Vermont Green FC’s win over the Western Mass Pioneers.

Vermont Green FC makes USL League Two playoffs in inaugural season

The Green were victorious in front of a sold-out crowd

Match Photos: Vermont Green FC vs Boston Bolts

A gallery of photos from our trip up to Burlington

Go Green: Why You Need to Check Out Vermont Green FC


Did Seacoast United deserve a red card against Vermont Green FC?

Let’s head to League Two to discuss a controversial play.

An oral history of the Revolution’s 2014 MLS Cup run

Jay Heaps, Jermaine Jones, and more tell us the story of the Revs’ 2014 run to the MLS Cup.

Davies wants New Hampshire soccer team to be known nationally, globally

Part-owner Charlie Davies hopes New Hampshire’s USL League One team will "gain notoriety not only nationally, but globally."

The Third Yellow: Hartford Athletic’s Epic Winner...shouldn’t have counted

An epic standing scorpion kick in the 90th minute for a game winner should be cause for celebration...except when it’s not

Two Ex-Revs Starting New Soccer Jobs

Former players Khano Smith and recently retired Donnie Smith will have new gigs in 2019 in the USL.

Boston-area girls help US U-15 national team win a trophy

Players from Hingham-based club South Shore Select lead the way

Former Western Mass Pioneer helping grow soccer in the South

College football is king, but soccer is trending up south of the Mason-Dixon.

Brazilian flare accents local side

Boston City FC kicks off third season Sunday

Former PC striker Steeves signs with Houston

Needham native impressed Dynamo with his scoring ability

Mac Steeves brings his scoring touch to Houston

Needham native finding the back of the net for Dynamo

Frantzdy Pierrot of Melrose passes on Colorado Rapids opportunity

Coastal Carolina striker seeking a soccer future elsewhere

Report: Revs, Krafts Asked To Save Breakers at 11th Hour

Before the Breakers folded, it seems the Krafts were asked about their interest in the NWSL team.

The legend of Horse Guy gallops on

Andrew Allen is more than a soccer super fan. He’s a pretty good player too.

Dartmouth draft prospect showered with Ivy League accolades

The Maine native had a monster season. Next stop: MLS SuperDraft.

Four ways to up your New England soccer fandom

Watch local soccer and three more ways to become a New England soccer super fan.

REPORT: Gershon Koffie Called Up For Ghana Friendlies vs. USA and Mexico

Koffie could be set for his senior international debut against either the USA or Mexico.

Rochester 1-0 FC Cincinnati: Bradley Kamdem Fewo Lifted the Rhinos over Cincy

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.

Former Revs DP Bengston Signs with Saprissa

The Honduran international had played in Iran since his departure from New England in 2015.

Rochester 1-0 Tampa Bay: Rhinos Raise their Game to Beat the Rowdies

Wal Fall’s 27th minute goal and Tomas Gomez’s clean sheet earned Rochester a Bob Lilley special on Wednesday night in league action.

Revolution Will Host Rochester/GPS Omens in USOC 4th Round

The road back to the USOC Final will begin at home for the New England Revolution

FC Motown’s Sacir Hot Previews the Second Round Open Cup Match with Rochester

The former NY Red Bulls homegrown defender discusses how his amateur side from Morristown, NJ is gearing up to face the Rochester Rhinos

Rochester Rhinos to Host FC Motown in U.S. Open Cup Second Round

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.

Rochester Rhinos 4-0 Charlotte Independence: A Dominant Team Performance Secures First Home Win

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.

Here’s the stadium Revs fans could’ve had

Cue up your Adele playlist.