Wednesday 13 July 2011. KO: 20:00 local time.
Gillette Stadium, Boston. Capacity: 68,756.
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Based in the Eastern Conference, the Revs were one of the ten original MLS franchises to compete in the league's inaugural season in 1996. The club won its first trophy in 2007, the U.S Open Cup. A year later, they secured the 2008 North American SuperLiga. The Revolution have never won the MLS Cup, despite reaching finals in 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2007.
None other than former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol who initially began his coaching career in 1995 as player/manager at Notts County. Four years later, he arrived in New England as a player/assistant coach with the Boston Bulldogs of the second division. In September 1999, he joined the Revs as interim coach for the final two games of the season, before returning to the Bulldogs as a player/coach for the 2000 and 2001 campaigns. He has been at the New England helm on a permanent basis since November 2002 - a record for a coach at one club in Major League Soccer - and is regarded as one of the top tacticians and evaluators of football talent in the States.
The Revolution’s captain, Shalrie Joseph, is the fulcrum of the Revolution, spearheading the attack and extinguishing the opponents' build-up in midfield. One of the league’s most dominant central midfielders, the Grenada international was a finalist for Major League Soccer's Most Valuable Player in 2009, and is a four-time MLS Best 11