New England Revolution Odds
New England Revolution Odds
The New England Revolution are a staple of Major League Soccer, one of the league’s 10 original franchises.
The team has enjoyed a lot of success since its founding in the mid-90s, making the playoffs many times. This includes several trips to the MLS Cup Finals.
It’s also very popular in MLS betting markets, drawing action from hundreds of hometown fans. What kind of MLS bets are available on the Revolution? See the latest New England MLS betting odds below.
Tonight’s Revolution odds: moneylines, spreads, totals
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How to bet on Revolution games in Massachusetts
Opening a new betting account and betting on the Revolution is a simple five-step process. Whether you’re signing up for an account at DraftKings Sportsbook MA, the Caesars MA Sportsbook app, FanDuel Massachusetts or another top book, the process is as follows:
- Click through to the online sportsbook (or app) via our link
- Register a new account by filling in your basic information
- Make your first deposit
- Qualify for first-time user promotions
- Place your bets!
New England Revolution betting lines explained
Here’s a look at New England MLS odds you might find at MA sports betting apps:
|New England Revolution||+1.5 (-110)||+155||Over 2.5 (-110)|
|Portland Timbers||-1.5 (-110)||-175||Under 2.5 (-110)|
In the example above, 1.5 represents the point spread. In this instance, New England is the underdog (+1.5). If you bet them at this number, your bet would cash with a Revolution win, a draw or a loss by just one goal.
The next column shows the moneyline odds, meaning a bet on the Revolution moneyline (+155) would cash only if New England were to win the game outright. A bet of $100 would return a net gain of $155 if it hit. Inversely, a $175 bet on Portland (-175) would return a profit of $100 if it was successful. A draw is not a push in soccer, so any bet on moneyline odds would be a loser if the game were to end in a tie.
The last column is the point total. For this betting line, if you bet the over, your bet would cash if there were three or more goals in the game. Then, the under would cash if there were fewer than three total goals.
Revolution player props and futures
You can make several player prop bets on New England MLS games. Player props are bets on individual players. These bets are not necessarily tied to overall game outcomes but rather events throughout a match.
Examples of popular player prop bets for MLS games include:
- First player to score
- Last player to score
- Player ‘X’ to score anytime
- Player ‘X’ assist anytime
- Goalkeeper saves (o/u)
In addition to player props for a single game, you can bet on futures that involve season-long awards and milestones. Unlike betting on a single game, a bet on Revolution MLS futures takes much longer to grade and can last for an entire season.
Examples of popular MLS future bets include:
- Goalkeeper of the Year
- Defender of the Year
- Newcomer of the Year
- Golden Boot (player to score the most goals)
Revolution live betting
New England MLS games have plenty of live betting opportunities. Once a game kicks off, betting markets remain in a constant state of flux, with sportsbook odds for Revolution point spreads, moneylines, point totals and props updating to account for the action on the pitch. Some popular live betting props include:
- Next team to score
- Total goals rest of game
- Adjusted point spreads
New England Revolution schedule
The MLS schedule is relatively straightforward. The Revolution play 34 games throughout the MLS regular season, including 17 home games and 17 road games. There are 26 Eastern Conference games and eight Western Conference games.
The postseason format is similar to that of the NFL, with the top seven teams from each conference earning a playoff spot and the top seed in each conference earning a first-round bye.
See all of the latest MLS betting odds & apps here.
Where do the New England Revolution play?
- Name: Gillette Stadium
- Address: 1 Patriot Place
- Location: Foxborough, MA
- Owner: Robert Kraft
- Groundbreaking: March 24, 2000
- Operator: The Kraft Group
- Capacity: 65,878
- Opening date: May 11, 2002
- Construction cost: $325,000,000
- Other events hosted: New England Patriots (NFL) games, NCAA Football, lacrosse, international soccer games, music concerts
Brief New England Revolution history
Robert Kraft and the Kraft Group (owners of the New England Patriots) founded the New England Revolution in 1996. They have remained at the helm throughout the team’s 26-year existence.
While the Revolution have never won the MLS Cup, they’ve had many significant moments and individual achievements throughout their history. Some of these include:
- MLS Finalists (runner-up): 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2014
- Eastern Conference titles (regular season): 2002, 2005, 2021
- Notable players: Matt Reis (GK), Chris Tierney (D), Clint Dempsey (M), Steve Ralston (M), Taylor Twellman (F)
- Individual Awards: Taylor Twellman (2005 MVP), Steve Nicol (2002, Coach of the Year), Jose Goncalves (2013, Defender of the Year), Michael Parkhurst (2007, Defender of the Year)
New England Revolution career leaders
- Appearances: Andrew Farrell (272)
- Goals Scored: Taylor Twellman (101)
- Assists: Steve Ralston (73)
- Clean Sheets: Matt Reis (66)
How can I watch New England Revolution games online?
New England Revolution games are broadcast live via CBS Boston, with select national games on FOX and ESPN. If you want to stream games, they are accessible via ESPN+ and Fubo.TV though both require a subscription or cable provider.
The current Revolution broadcast team includes Brad Feldman (play-by-play), Charlie Davis (color commentary) and Naoko Funayama (field reporter).
Who owns New England Revolution?
The ownership of the New England Revolution—Robert Kraft and the Kraft Group—has remained in place since its founding.
How much are New England Revolution tickets?
Prices vary from season to season. The average price usually ranges from $35-$45. Here is a look at prices over recent seasons:
- 2019 Average Ticket Price: $39
- 2020 Average Ticket Price: $36
- 2021 Average Ticket Price: $42
Have the New England Revolution ever won an MLS title?
No. Despite winning the Eastern Conference regular-season title three times and making five separate MLS Finals, the Revolution are still searching for their first MLS cup.
What is the New England Revolution franchise value?
The franchise is worth an estimated $480 million.
What is the New England Revolution Twitter?
Twitter Handle: @NERevolution