2016 Revolution schedule
Check results, matchups, game times, and locations for the entire season.
Tomas Tatar scored 3:43 into overtime to lift the Europeans over Sweden, 3-2, in the semifinals.
SHIRA SPRINGER | FAIR PLAY
Girls from immigrant families in urban areas face social and cultural barriers that others do not.
REVOLUTION AT CREW | 7 P.M. (FS1)
Kei Kamara will be returning to Columbus for the first time since he was traded.
Seth Russell threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns for the Bears.
REVOLUTION AT IMPACT | SATURDAY, 7:30 (CSN)
With just five games remaining, New England is still on the outside looking in.
Revolution 3, NYCFC 1
Juan Agudelo (21st minute), Lee Nguyen (42d), and Diego Fagundez (58th) scored as the Revolution’s 4-4-2 alignment continued to prove effective.
NEW YORK CITY AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 8 P.M. (CSN)
A new formation seemed to help them last weekend, and now they’ll take on New York City FC.
US 4, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 0
Altidore scored twice in a three-minute span of the second half to push the US over the top.
Solo’s ban from the US team was for a “sum total of [her] actions,” not just comments made after a loss in Rio.
‘‘It was very intentional,’’ said Megan Rapinoe, who also plays for the US national team.
REVOLUTION 2, RAPIDS 0
Juan Agudelo’s early goal broke the team’s extensive scoreless drought and paved the way to a win.
US 6, St. Vincent and the Grenadines 0
With its impressive rout, the US men’s national squad improved its chances of reaching the final round of World Cup qualifying.
RAPIDS AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
New England’s offense has been almost nonexistent, with one MLS goal in the month of August.
Proceeds from the Jan. 10 game will benefit the Denna Laing Fund.
RED BULLS 1, REVOLUTION 0
New England, winless in its last six MLS matches, is now 5 points out of the East’s final playoff spot.
The goalkeeper took an indefinite personal leave less than a week after being suspended by the US national women’s soccer team.
REVOLUTION AT RED BULLS | 2:30 P.M. (ESPN)
New England is winless in its last five MLS matches, while New York is unbeaten in its last eight league games.
Revolution 0, Earthquakes 0
New England hasn’t had a goal, or a victory, since Aug. 9 following Wednesday night’s tie.
The goalkeeper called the Swedes ‘‘a bunch of cowards’’ for focusing on defense in their win over the US team.
Revolution at Earthquakes | 10:30 p.m. (CSN)
After a pair of losses, New England will try to turn it around against struggling San Jose.
crew 2, revolution 0
It was New England’s fourth straight loss in MLS play.
One team that has won loads of gold in its sport is the U.S. women’s basketball team. The Americans are going for their sixth straight gold medal.
CREW AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 (CSN)
With a playoff spot within reach, they’ll face the slumping Crew Saturday night.
Mr. Havelange, a former Olympian, was among the most influential figures in sports from the 1970s to the 1990s.
Union 4, Revolution 0
New England lost its third MLS match in a row to drop out of sixth place in the playoff race.
UNION AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 (CSN)
The just-traded Revolution striker faces his old team Saturday night with Philadelphia.
Revolution 3, Fire 1
The Revolution advanced to the finals of the tournament for the first time in nine years.
The Revs have already defeated the Fire twice this season in a pair of shutouts.
Toronto FC 4, Revolution 1
Giovinco’s hat trick helped Toronto rout visiting New England.
New England is clinging to the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference but is coming off a loss to Orlando.
The Brazilian soccer icon was thought to be a likely candidate to light the Olympic cauldron.
The forward has played in New England for four seasons, and recently announced he’d been treated for cancer.
ORLANDO CITY 3, REVOLUTION 1
Kei Kamara put New England ahead early, but the Lions responded with three unanswered goals.
A doctor detected liposarcoma in the spring, but Davies waited until treatment was finished before going public.
REVOLUTION AT ORLANDO CITY SC | SUNDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
New England has never lost to Orlando City in MLS play, holding a 1-0-3 record.
Revolution 1, Fire 0
The utilityman scored his second goal of the week in the 85th minute.
REVOLUTION VS. FIRE | SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
Last-place Chicago takes an MLS-record 34-game road winless streak into Gillette on Saturday.
US Open Cup
Goalie Brad Knighton made two crucial saves for New England.
The three-time NL Cy Young Award winner suffered a setback over the weekend.
US OPEN CUP: UNION AT REVOLUTION | 7:30 P.M.
The teams hit Harvard University’s Jordan Field to play for a berth in the Aug. 10 semifinals.
Revolution 0, Real Salt Lake 0
Although offensive chances were limited, the Revolution’s defense was stout.
The star forward hasn’t stopped moving, from his childhood in war-torn Sierra Leone to his professional career.
CREW AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
A home win over Columbus on Saturday night would put an end to New England’s three-match skid in MLS play.
FRANCE 2, GERMANY 0
Antoine Griezmann scored twice in a 2-0 win over Germany, sending the host nation into a matchup with Portugal.
NYCFC 1, Revolution 0
A deflected cross in the 58th minute got past Bobby Shuttleworth and handed New England its third straight loss.
The Real Madrid star scored on a header and set up another goal in a 2-0 win over Wales.