A Fans Guide to the New England Revolution
Singing is the new clapping: Revs fans have nearly a dozen songs, chants, and call-and-response cheers to express deafening roars of support. Head here to brush up on them; that way, you can join in on the battle-cry chorus of ”Supah Revs,” or belt out, “Oi! Oi! Oi!” the second you hear, “Oogie! Oogie! Oogie!”
Two flags, one club: Neither Revs players nor fans don their flags lightly. The Revolution’s badge shows a re-imagined version of the American flag, but there’s another flag on the back of the jerseys, which is just as meaningful to the club and fans. That’s the Flag of New England; a red flag with a green pine tree. This flag predates Betsy Ross’ creation, and has waved in Gillette Stadium since the club’s inception as a tribute to the area and its history.
Park smart and drive safe: Revolution’s home games occur at Gillette Stadium. Parking is free and tailgating is allowed in all general parking lots. Check out the team’s designated driver program for a safe ride home; participants who pledge to stay sober and drive their friends home will be rewarded with a free wristband and soda, plus a chance to visit the field or take home an autographed ball.
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