2012 REVOLUTION MEDIA POLICIES
The New England Revolution is pleased to assist you in your coverage of the
team. As an organization, Kraft Sports Group - the New England Patriots and
New England Revolution - has specific media policies of which you should be
aware as you prepare to cover the team.
All media who have been issued credentials - season, day-of-game or
training - and who are granted access to the team, are expected to follow
the guidelines set forth in this document, as well as the instructions of the
Revolution staff, stadium employees and security, or risk limitation of access or
revocation of credentials.
Media access is issued with the purpose of providing access to interviews
and written, audio and visual accounts of the team, as appropriate. No member
of the media should use this access for autographs, personal photographs
or commercial requests. Doing so will automatically result in the permanent
revocation of credentials to cover the New England Revolution.
At all times, those granted media access must abide by the conditions
set forth on the back of their MLS and/or Revolution credentials.
Press Releases and Alerts: Requests to be added to the Revolution's media
distribution lists should be emailed to email@example.com.
Media Guides: Digital media guides will once again be made available to
regular and national media in 2012. A full PDF version of the media guide will be
available on revolutionsoccer.net.
Official Web Site: revolutionsoccer.net is the official web site of the
New England Revolution. All content posted on the site by the team may be
republished in its entirety by media outlets, with credit cited as “New England
Revolution." Note that user-generated content, including user comments, photos
and videos, MAY NOT be republished without explicit permission.
Video: Media are welcome to share and embed videos that appear on
B-roll & Interviews: With sufficient notice, the Revolution Communications
staff will usually be able to provide footage and interviews by request. To request
b-roll or pre-taped interviews, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to
inquire about availability.
Twitter: twitter.com/NERevolution (username: @NERevolution) is the
official Twitter account of the New England Revolution. Media are welcome to
re-tweet Revolution content, including play-by-play accounts, using the “RT @
nerevolution” or “via @nerevolution” tags. Beginning in 2012, the Revolution
will utilize a separate account (@NERevsLive) for in-game updates from MLS,
non-league, reserve and youth team matches. Major game milestones will only
be re-tweeted by @NERevolution.
Current Photos: For immediate and self-service access to action and candid
photos of the current team, please access the team's Flickr account at flickr.
com/NERevolution. Search the team’s Photostream for images of the player(s)
you need, and then download high-resolution images by clicking on the Actions
button in the upper left corner on the image you chose. Select View all Sizes,
and once you’ve selected the size you'd like, you can download that size photo
directly to your computer. All photo credit for these images should be “New
Head Shots & Photo Archive: T he Communications staff maintains a
database of headshots from all members of the active roster, including coaches
and staff, and has a growing archive that includes players from the last five
seasons and most higher-profile players from the team's history. The team also
has a growing archive of action shots, which is available for use by members of
the media with proper photo credit. Please email email@example.com
for any photo requests that are not available through the team's Flickr account.
MEDIA AVAILABILITY AT TRAINING SESSIONS
The Revolution conducts media access at every training session at which
the first team and/or starters are on the training field. Most of the Revolution’s
training sessions are open in their entirety to media. However, on certain
days, only the latter portions of training will be open to media. Please refer to
the team’s Weekly Update (usually issued on Mondays) for the team's media
availability that week, or contact the Revolution Communications staff for any
In your coverage of daily sessions, we ask for your cooperation in observing
the following practice policies. Failure to do so could result in the revocation of
1. Please do not report on match strategy deployed at training. This
includes describing specific formations, personnel groupings, set
pieces and combinations.
2. Please do not quote, paraphrase or report the comments made by
coaches, staff or players during a training session.
GENERAL SECURITY POLICIES
Because of security procedures in place at Gillette Stadium, any member
of the media who wishes to attend a training session at the stadium's practice
fields or on the main stadium field MUST inform the Revolution Communications
staff before the close of business the day before you wish to come. All media
who have alerted the staff of their scheduled attendance will have their names
left at Security Command for check-in. We cannot guarantee admittance to the
stadium grounds if we are not aware that you are planning to come to training.
CHECKING IN AT GILLETTE STADIUM
All members of the media who attend any Revolution training session at
Gillette Stadium must check in at Security Command, located at the south end
of the stadium (through the doors under the red awning), unless otherwise
indicated. All members of the media who have RSVPd with the Revs Communi¬
cations staff will be on a list at the check-in window. Please have proper forms of
ID available, which can include MLS and/or Revolution season credentials. On
days when only the latter stages of training are open to media, media are asked
to arrive promptly at access time. A member of the Revolution Communications
staff will meet media and bring them out to the training field at the designated
GAME DAY CREDENTIALS
Media members who are not issued season credentials must apply for
game day credentials to the Revolution Communications staff no later than 5
p.m. on Thursdays for weekend matches and 5 p.m. on Mondays for weekday
matches. All requests will be reviewed and media will be notified if they have
been approved for credentials no later than 24 hours before kickoff. Parking
passes will also be sent at that time.
MEDIA WILL CALL
Media Will Call is located at the south end of the stadium at Security
Command (through the doors under the red awning). This is for press and photo
credentials only. Every member of the media is required to show ID upon check¬
ing in, and will also be asked to initial the sign-in sheet upon arrival.
For the majority of the season, all media are to park in Lot 6 for both train¬
ing and games unless otherwise directed. To enter the stadium, please use the
North Entrance (PI) off Rt. 1 and stop at the security gatehouse at the entrance
to Gillette Stadium. You will be directed to the proper lot from there. Parking
passes are required for games.
PLAYER AND STAFF INTERVIEWS
All interviews for Revolution players, coaches, executives and staff
must be coordinated through the Communications office. Contacting the
player directly could result in the revocation of credentials.
Training: Unless weather conditions preclude it, all player and staff
interviews will be conducted on the side of the practice field at the conclusion of
the training session. Generally, head coach Jay Heaps will be available first, fol¬
lowed by the players after they have completed their stretching and cool down.
Any interview requests that will require additional time with a player or
coach should be made well in advance so that we can make the appropriate
arrangements and ensure the subject is available when needed.
Game days: Per MLS policy, teams are to be made available to media up to
60 minutes before advertised kickoff of an MLS regular-season match. Players,
however, can decline interviews at this time. Any violations of this policy for
home or road teams should be reported to MLS Communications.
Following the final whistle of the game, teams are afforded a 15-minute
cooling off period in their locker rooms. Following that time, Jay Heaps will
conduct a press conference in the production studio, and the team's locker
room will be opened to the media. (Please note that the Revs' locker room will
not be opened before the press conference begins.) Visiting teams may have
different postgame policies so media is advised to check with visiting team PR
officials for their protocols. Per MLS policies, all locker rooms must be opened
15 minutes after the final whistle. Any violations of this policy for home or road
teams should be reported to MLS Communications.
Training : Still photographers are allowed to shoot each practice during the
entirety of media availability. All photographers must remain off the playing field
and should stay behind the sideline and end line markings of the field.
In some instances - such as practice on set pieces, corner kicks and
penalty kicks - a member of the Revolution Communications staff will ask all TV
photographers to stop shooting for a brief period.
Game days: All still photographers must wear the photo bib that is issued to
them at media will call. Failure to wear the bib while out on the field could result
in dismissal from the stadium.
Photographers should set up in the Media Work Room, located at the north
end of the stadium service tunnel. A light meal and beverages are provided
in this room before the game. During Patriots Training Camp (late July- mid-
August), all photographers must set up in the Blue Level Press Box and no
photographers will be allowed in the Media Work Room.
GAMEDAY PHOTOGRAPHER POLICIES
Only photographers who are shooting for an accredited media outlet or
wire service will be credentialed for games. Freelance photographers will not
be credentialed per organizational policy. Photographers should meet at the
midfield sideline prior to the game in order to shoot starting lineups and team
photos. At the conclusion of those opportunities, all photographers must adhere
to the following photographer guidelines:
1. General photographers are allowed to shoot the game from the end
2. No photographer is allowed to shoot directly behind the goal, and all
photographers must be off to either side of the goal stanchions.
3. Photographers must remain at one end of the field for the duration of
the half, and are only allowed to switch ends at halftime.
4. No one with a PHOTO credential is allowed in the technical (bench)
area at any time, including warm-ups.
Video cameras will be allowed to shoot training during the entirety of media
availability, following the same rules above for Still Photographers.
At games, local ENG and news crews are allowed to shoot the first 15 min¬
utes of each half. At the 15:00 and 60:00 marks of the game, all video cameras
must be turned off.
FILING AT THE STADIUM ON NON-GAME DAYS
If you need to work and file from Gillette Stadium on a non-game day,
please inform a member of the Communications staff in advance of your arrival
so the appropriate arrangements can be made. We cannot guarantee available
space if we do not know ahead of time.
REVOLUTION COMMUNICATIONS & DIGITAL
Director of Communications
Diqital Content Manager
Staff Writer & Online Host
Digital Content Assistant
Exec. VP, Marketing and Communications Dan Courtemanche
Coordinator. International Communications Irene Gutierrez
Senior Director, International Communications Marisabel Munoz
Publications Consultant. MLS Communications Rick Lawes
Consultant. International Communications Gabriel Gabor
Director. Corporate Communications
MLS Communications E-Mail
Manager. Sports Communications
EASTERN CONFERENCE PR DIRECTORY
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION
7000 S. Harlem Ave.
Bridgeview, IL 60455
One Patriot Place
Foxborough, MA 02035
OFC: (708) 496-6725
OFC: (508) 549-0496
CELL: (720) 937-8962
CELL: (617) 571-2219
OFC: (508) 384-4372
CELL: (508) 505-8648
Columbus Crew Stadium
OFC: (508) 549-0468
One Black and Gold Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43211
NEW YORK RED BULLS
OFC: (614) 447-4190
Red Bull Arena
CELL: (614) 989-3500
600 Cape May Street
OFC: (614) 447-4176
Harrison, NJ 07029
CELL: (919) 349-0491
OFC: (973) 268-7247
CELL: (646) 752-9911
OFC: (973) 268-7246
2400 East Capitol St., SE
Washington, DC 20003
Frank Della Fermina
OFC: (973) 268-7243
OFC: (202) 587-5448
CELL: (703) 989-7158
OFC: (202) 587-5452
2501 Seaport Drive
CELL: (703) 989-2771
Switch House Suite 500
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Chester, PA 19013
OFC: (202) 587-5429
CELL: (607) 237-3865
OFC: (202) 587-5440
CELL: (912) 695-2
SPORTING KANSAS CITY
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210 W. 19th Terrace
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OFC: (913) 387-3405
Houston, TX 77010
CELL: (913) 226-6024
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CELL: (516) 965-4664
4750 Sherbrooke Est.
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K 3C3
Montreal, Quebec, Canada HIV 3S8
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CELL: (514) 919-0539
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CELL: (514) 799-2817
WESTERN CONFERENCE PR DIRECTORY
REAL SALT LAKE
The Home Depot Center
18400 Avalon Blvd., Suite 500
Carson, CA 90746
Rio Tinto Stadium
9256 State Street
Sandy, UT 84070
OFC: (310) 6304554
OFC: (801) 727-2717
CELL: (310) 974-2987
OFC: (310) 6304583
CELL: (310) 974-3656
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES
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Santa Clara, CA 95050
6000 Victory Way
OFC: (408) 556-7723
Commerce City, CO 80022
CELL: (408) 613-8172
OFC: (408) 556-7774
OFC: (303) 727-3503
CELL: (707) 696-1931
CELL: (720) 320-9302
OFC: (303) 727-3508
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC
Virginia Mason Athletic Complex
FC Dallas Stadium
12 Seahawks Way
Renton, WA 98056
9200 World Cup Way, Suite 202
OFC: (425) 203-8304
Frisco, TX 75034
CELL: (425) 457-9001
OFC: (206) 381-7852
OFC: (469) 365-0198
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OFC: (469) 365-0054
VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC
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OFC: (469) 365-0068
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CELL: (570) 764-0294
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CELL: (604) 753-8915
The Home Depot Center
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CELL: (778) 228-7177
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OFC: (310) 630-2216
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CELL: (604) 355-9283
OFC: (310) 630-2215
CELL: (310) 995-8561
1844 SW Morrison St.
Portland, OR 97205
OFC: (503) 553-5433
CELL: (503) 358-3608
OFC: (503) 553-5415
CELL: (425) 890-2354
OFC: (503) 553-5529
REGIONAL MEDIA DIRECTORY
MEDIA REGULARLY ASSIGNED TO CLUB
ALEXANDRE, HANK: The Midnight Ride Podcast (themidnightride.us),
(617) 650-5984, firstname.lastname@example.org, @tmrpodcast
BURROWS, ADAM: New England Soccer News, email@example.com
CARDILLO, JULIAN: New England Soccer Today II Sports In New
England (snenet.com), (781) 864-3492, firstname.lastname@example.org, @
DELL’APA, FRANK: Boston Globe, (617) 359-7251, frankdellapa@
DONAHUE, SEAN: New England Soccer Today, (508) 265-0793, nesoc-
EISENMENGER, LISA: examiner.com, (508)429-8474, eisenmenger@
FLEMING, RYAN: The Soccer Guys, 413-538-1857, fleming.ryanr@
GOBIS, PETER: Attleboro Sun Chronicle, (508) 236-0375, pgobis@
HUSH, ANDREW: espn.com, (508) 868-6596, email@example.com
KOCZWARA, KEVIN: The Soccer Guys, (508) 667-6567, kkoczwara@
LEMIEUX, JEFF: revolutionsoccer.net, (508) 549-0185, jlemieux@
revol utionsoccer. net, @jeff_lem ieux
McCarthy, KYLE: Boston Herald II MLSSoccer.com II Goal.com, (508)
245-4519, firstname.lastname@example.org, @kylejmccarthy
NORDSTROM, KEITH: team photographer, (508) 243-8831, keith@
O’CONNELL, BRIAN: ESPN Boston II New England Soccer Today, (401)
282-9435, email@example.com, @nesoccertoday
PICARD, DANNY: Comcast SportsNet (csnne.com), (617) 293-3332,
SETTERLUND, CARL: Worcester Telegram Gazette, (413) 531-4101,
SILVA, WALTER: Portuguese Times/RevsNet, (508) 997-3118,
wg peter@verizon. net
SILVERMAN, DAVID: team photographer, (401) 481-8001, dave@
BOSTON GLOBE: 135 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125. PHONE:
(617) 929-2000, (617) 929-2860. SPORTS EDITOR: Joe Sullivan
(617) 929-2845, firstname.lastname@example.org. ASSISTANT SPORTS EDI¬
TOR: Greg Lee, (617) 929-2840, email@example.com. WRITERS: Frank
Dell'Apa, (617) 359-7251, firstname.lastname@example.org, John Powers
(U.S. National Team, Olympics), (617) 929-2978, jpowers@globe.
com. PHOTOS: Jim Wilson, FAX: (617) 929-2872 or (617) 929-2670.
WEB SITE: boston.com. EMAIL: email@example.com. TWITTER: @
BOSTON HERALD: Seaport Center, 451 D Street, Boston, MA 02210.
PHONE: (617) 619-6410. SPORTS EDITOR: Hank Hryniewicz, (617)
619-6420, firstname.lastname@example.org. DEPUTY SPORTS EDITOR:
Mark Murphy, (617) 619-6419, email@example.com. AS¬
SISTANT SPORTS EDITOR: Rachel Fox, (617) 619-6421, Rachel.
firstname.lastname@example.org. WRITERS: Kyle McCarthy, (508) 245-4519,
email@example.com. WEB SITE: bostonherald.com. EMAIL:
firstname.lastname@example.org. TWITTER: @bostonherald
PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: 75 Fountain St., Providence, Rl 02902.
PHONE: (401) 277-7340. SPORTS EDITOR: Mike McDermott, (401)
277-7126, email@example.com. WRITER: Robert Lee, roblee@
projo.com. PHOTOS: Michael Delaney. FAX: (401)277-7444. WEB
METROWEST DAILY NEWS: 33 New York Ave., Framingham, MA
01701. PHONE: (508) 626-3800. SPORTS EDITOR: Art Davidson,
(508) 626-4403, firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (508) 626-4400. WEB
REPUBLICAN: 1860 Main St., Springfield, MA01103. PHONE: (413)
788-1210. SPORTS EDITOR: Vernon Hill, (413) 788-1282, vhill@
repub.com. FAX: (413) 788-1259. WEB SITE: masslive.com. EMAIL:
THE SUN CHRONICLE: 34-38 South Main St„ Attleboro, MA02703.
PHONE: (508) 222-7000. SPORTS EDITOR: Dale Ransom, (508)
236-0348, email@example.com. WRITER: Peter Gobis,
(508) 236-0375, firstname.lastname@example.org. PHOTO EDITOR: Keith
Nordstrom, (508) 236-0349. FAX: (508) 236-0462. WEB SITE: www.
WORCESTER TELEGRAM & GAZETTE: 20 Franklin St„ Worcester, MA
01615. PHONE: (508) 793-1000. SPORTS EDITOR: Dave Nordman,
(508) 793-9350, email@example.com. WRITER: Carl Setterlund,
(413) 531-4101, firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (508) 793-9363. WEB SITE:
BRAZILIAN TIMES: 311 Broadway, Suite #102, Somerville, MA
02145. PHONE: (617) 625-5559. EDITOR: Edirson Paiva Jr., bt@
BROCKTON ENTERPRISE: 400 Crown Colony Plaza, Quincy, MA
02269. PHONE: (800)427-4074. SPORTS EDITOR: MarkTorpey,
(508) 786-7060, email@example.com. ASSISTANT
SPORTS EDITOR: Ken Lechtanski, (505) 427-4048, klechtanski@en-
terprisenews.com. FAX: (508) 586-6506. WEB SITE: enterprisenews.
com. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
EL LATINO EXPRESO (Spanish Weekly): 10 Purchase St., Fall River,
MA 02721. PHONE: (508) 678-3844. PUBLISHER: Ric Olivera, ric@
EL MUNDO NEWSPAPER (Spanish Weekly): 408 South Huntington
Ave., Boston, MA02130. PHONE: (617) 522-5060. EDITOR: Delxi
Fernandez, (978) 996-5021, email@example.com. WRITERS: Alberto
Vasallo, firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (617) 524-5886. WEBSITE:
LA SEMANA (Spanish Weekly): 903 Albany St., Suite #917, Roxbury,
MA 02119. PHONE: (617) 265-0639. SPORTS EDITOR: Peter Nico¬
las Cuenca, email@example.com. SOCCER WRITER/PHOTOGRA¬
PHER: Pedro Rosales, firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (617)427-6227.
LAWRENCE EAGLE TRIBUNE: 100 Turnpike St„ North Andover, MA
01845. PHONE: (978) 946-2222. SPORTS EDITOR: Bill Burt, (978)
946-2227, email@example.com. FAX: (978) 687-6045. WEB
SITE: eagletribune.com. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE STANDARD TIMES: 25 Elm St., New Bedford, MA02740. SPORTS
EDITOR: Jonathan Corney, (508) 9794442, email@example.com. ASSI-
TANT SPORTS EDITOR: Laurie Los, (508) 979-4525, laurielos@s-t.
com. FAX: (508) 997-7491. WEB SITE: southcoasttoday.com. EMAIL:
0 JORNAL (Portuguese Weekly): 10 Purchase St., Fall River, MA
02720. PHONE: (508) 678-3844. PUBLISHER: Ric Olivera, ric@
ojournal.com. WEBSITE: my.ojornal.com.
PATRIOT LEDGER: 400 Crown Colony Dr., Quincy, MA02169. PHONE:
(617) 786-7000. SPORTS EDITOR: MarkTorpey, (617) 786-7057,
firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (617) 786-7025. WEB SITE: www.
patriotledger.com. EMAIL: email@example.com.
PORTUGUESE TIMES (Weekly): 1501 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford, MA
02746. PHONE: (508) 997-3118. EDITOR: Manuel Adelino Ferreira,
firstname.lastname@example.org. PHOTOGRAPHER/REPORTER: Walter Silva,
email@example.com. WEBSITE: portuguesetimes.com.
SOCCER NEW ENGLAND (Monthly): P.O. Box 740, Forestdale, MA
02644. PUBLISHER: Michael Jones, (508) 888-1502, Michael@soc-
cernewengland.com. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASSOCIATED PRESS: 184 High St., Boston, MA 02110. PHONE:
(617) 357-8100. FAX: (617) 338-8125. WRITERS: Jim Golen, (617)
699-3759, email@example.com; Howard Ulman, (617) 699-0864, hulman@
ap.org. PHOTO EDITOR: Bill Sikes, (617) 357-8106, bosphoto@
WBZ-TV (CBS, Ch. 4) and TV38 WSBK (Ind., Ch. 38): 1170 Soldiers
Field Rd„ Brighton, MA02134. SENIOR SPORTS PRODUCER:
Jackie Connally, (617) 594-2263, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRODUCERS: Joe Giza, (508) 839-1595, email@example.com; Scott
Sullivan, (781) 801-3277, firstname.lastname@example.org; Matt Geagan, (857)
891-5369, email@example.com. REPORTERS: Steve Burton, Levan
Reid, Dan Roche. Photographers: Matt Colson, Bryan Foley. FAX:
(617) 787-7348. WEB SITE: cbsboston.com.
WCVB-TV (ABC, Ch. 5): 5 TV Place, Needham, MA 02494. PHONE:
(781)433-4706. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. EXEC. SPORTS
PRODUCER: Scott Isaacs, (781)4334702, sisaacs@hearst.
com. SPORTS PRODUCER: Bob Baggett, email@example.com.
ANCHOR: Mike Lynch. REPORTERS: Mike Dowling, Bob Halloran.
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Mike Cole, Steve Menard. FAX: (781)433-
4510. WEB SITE: thebostonchannel.com.
WFXT-TV (FOX, Ch. 25): 25 Fox Dr., Dedham, MA 02027, (781) 467-
2525. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. PRODUCERS: Jason
Bramble, (781)467-1341, Jason.email@example.com; Sean Thorp,
firstname.lastname@example.org. REPORTER: Kristine Leahy, (781)467-1345,
email@example.com. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Rich Laurenco, Walt
McGraw. FAX: (781)467-7213. WEB SITE: myfoxboston.com.
WHDH-TV (NBC, Ch. 7) and WLVI -TV (CW, Ch. 56): 7 Bulfinch Place,
Boston, MA 02114. PHONE: (617) 725-0800. E-MAIL: sports@
whdh.com. EXEC. SPORTS PRODUCER: Koon Lam, klam@whdh.
com. SENIOR SPORTS PRODUCER: Fred Nutter, fnutter@whdh.
com. SPORTS PRODUCER: Alex Dembow, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPORTS DIRECTOR: Joe Amorosino: email@example.com.
REPORTERS: Rhett Lewis: firstname.lastname@example.org, Darren Haynes:
email@example.com. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Pablo Cortez: pcortez@
whdh.com, Greg Glass. FAX: (617) 248-5408. WEB SITE: whdh.com.
WUNI-TV (Univision, Ch. 27): 33 Fourth Ave., Needham, MA 02494.
PHONE: (781) 433-2727. GENERAL MANAGER: Alex Von
Lichtendberg, firstname.lastname@example.org. NEWS DIRECTOR/ANCHOR:
Sara Suarez, (781) 433-2727, email@example.com. NEWS
PRODUCER: JC Toro, firstname.lastname@example.org. SPORTS DIRECTS:
Oscar Burgos, (781)433-2727, email@example.com. FAX:
(781) 433-2750. WEB SITE: wunitv.com.
WJAR-TV (NBC, Ch. 10): 23 Kenney Dr., Cranston, Rl 02920. PHONE:
(401)455-9100. SPORTS DIRECTOR: Frank Carpano, (401)
455-9199, firstname.lastname@example.org. PRODUCER: Joe Kayata, jkayata@
wjar.com. REPORTER: Adam Bagni, email@example.com. FAX: (401)
455-9140. WEB SITE: tumto10.com. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WLNE-TV (ABC, Ch. 6): 10 Orms St., Providence, Rl 02904. PHONE:
(401)453-8038. SPORTS DIRECTOR: Ken Bell, (401)885-1519,
email@example.com. REPORTER: Don Coyne, (401) 300-7258,
firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (401) 331-4431. WEB SITE: abc6.com.
WPRI-TV (CBS, Ch. 12) & WNAC-TV (FOX, Ch. 64): 25 Catamore Blvd.,
East Providence, Rl 02914. PHONE: (401) 438-7200. SPORTS
DIRECTOR: Eric Murphy, (401) 228-1829, email@example.com.
REPORTER: Sarah Hogan, (401)228-1874, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHOTOGRAPHER: J.P. Smollins, email@example.com. FAX: (401)
431-1012. WEB SITE: wpri.com. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMCAST SPORTSNET (Cable): 42-44 Third Avenue, Burlington, MA
01803. PHONE: (781) 270-7399. MANAGING EDITOR: Morry Levine,
(781) 270-7368, email@example.com. ASSIGNMENT
MANAGER: Catie DeVito, (781) 686-3340, cdevito@comcast-
sportsnet.com. NEWS DIRECTOR: Kevin Miller, (781) 270-7360,
firstname.lastname@example.org. EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: John
Zannis, (781)270-7369, email@example.com. REPORT¬
ERS: Kyle Draper, (781) 270-7391,kdraper@comcastsportsnet.
com, Mike Giardi, (781)270-7392, mgiardi@comcastsportsnet.
com, Mike Felger, (781) 270-7363, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Carolyn Manno, (781) 270-7395, email@example.com,
Jessica Moran, (781) 270-7390, firstname.lastname@example.org, Bob
Neumeier, (781)270-7394, email@example.com, Gary
Tanguay, (781)270-7362, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nicole
Zaloumis, (781) 207-7326, email@example.com, Kevin
Walsh, firstname.lastname@example.org,. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Glenn
Gleason, Tom Fietsch, Scott Sassone, Barry Alley, Bill Messina. FAX:
(781) 221-7580. WEB SITE: csnne.com.
NESN (New England Sports Network): 480 Arsenal St., Building One,
Watertown, MA 02472. PHONE: (617) 927-1399. ASSIGNMENT
EDITOR: Heather Barraclough, (617) 927-1360, hbarraclough@nesn.
com. COORDINATING PRODUCER: Larry Lawson, llawson@nesn.
com. SENIOR PRODUCERS: Steve Katsoulis, email@example.com,
Mike Coppola, firstname.lastname@example.org. FEATURE PRODUCER: Jed
Fisher, email@example.com. ANCHORS: Randy Scott, Jamison Coyle,
Dara McIntosh. WEB SITE: nesn.com. EMAIL: assignmentdesk@
COX SPORTS TELEVISION NEW ENGLAND (Cox 3 Rhode Island):
1320 Eddie Dowling Hwy., Lincoln, Rl 02865. PHONE: (401)475-
5327. SPORTS DIRECTOR: Wally Mosher, (401) 641-1535, wally.
firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (401) 383-1661. WEB SITE:.cox-sports.com.
98.5 THE SPORTS HUB (98.5 FM): 83 Leo Birmingham Pkwy,
Brighton, MA 02135. PHONE: (617) 746-1400. PROGRAM
DIRECTOR: Mike Thomas (617) 746-5134, mike.thomas@
cbsradio.com. ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Rick Radzick
(617) 746-1441 email@example.com. PRODUCERS: Dan
O’Brien (6-10 a.m.), firstname.lastname@example.org, Jim Louth
(10-2 p.m.), email@example.com, James Stewart (2-6
p.m.), firstname.lastname@example.org, Chris Curtis (6-11 p.m.),
email@example.com. HOSTS: The Toucher and Rich Show
(6-10 a.m.) - Fred Toettcher, Rich Shertenlieb, Jon Wallach, jonathan.
firstname.lastname@example.org; Gresh and Zolak (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) - Andy
Gresh, (401) 480-6710, email@example.com, Scott Zolak, (508)
384-2823, firstname.lastname@example.org, Rob Poole. Felger and Mas-
sarotti (2-6 p.m.) - Michael Felger, email@example.com, Tony
Massarotti, firstname.lastname@example.org, Marc Bertrand; The D.A.
Show (6-11 p.m.) - Damon Amendolara, damon@985thesportshub.
com. FAX: (617) 746-1408. WEB SITE: www.985thesportshub.com
WBRU (95.5 FM): 88 Benevolent St., Providence, R.l. 02906. PHONE:
(401) 272-9550. email@example.com. FAX: (401) 272-WBRU (9278).
WEB SITE: wbru.com.
WBUR (89.7 FM) (National Public Radio): 890 Commonwealth Ave.,
3rd Floor, Boston, MA02215. PHONE: (617) 353-0909. WEB SITE:
WBZ (1030 AM): 1170 Soldiers Field Rd„ Brighton, MA02134. PHONE:
(617) 787-7249. SPORTS DIRECTOR: Walt Perkins, (978) 505-
5901, firstname.lastname@example.org. REPORTER: Tom Cuddy, (508)
879-1294. WEEKEND NEWS ROOM: (617) 787-7250. FAX: (617)
787-7060. WEB SITE: cbsboston.com.
WEEI 850 AM & WRKO 680 AM: 20 Guest St., 3rd Floor, Brighton, MA
02135. PHONE: (617) 779-5800. STUDIO: (617) 779-3549. VICE
PRESIDENT/PROGRAMMING: Jason Wolfe, (617) 779-3541,
email@example.com. EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Steve Ciaccio, (617)
779-3534, firstname.lastname@example.org. PRODUCERS: Ian Meropol, (617)
779-3481, email@example.com (6-10 a.m.); Joey Zarbano, (617)
779-3584, firstname.lastname@example.org (10 a.m.-2 p.m.); Andrew Massaua,
(617) 779-3539, email@example.com (2-6 p.m.); Patrick O’Day, poday@
weei.com (6-11 p.m.). HOSTS: Dennis & Callahan (6-10 a.m.) - Gerry
Callahan, John Dennis; Mut & Merloni (10 a.m. - 2 p.m.) - Mike
Mutansky, Lou Merloni; The Big Show (2-6 p.m.) - Glenn Ordway,
Michael Holley; Planet Mikey (6-11 p.m.) - Mike Adams. WEB SITE:
WJFD 97.3 FM (Portuguese): 651 Orchard St., Suite #300, New
Bedford, MA 02744. PHONE: (508) 997-2929. SPORTS DIRECTOR/
REPORTER: Jorge Morais, firstname.lastname@example.org. REPORTER: Walter
Silva. FAX: (508) 990-3893
WUNR 1600 AM (Spanish): 60 Temple Place, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA
02111. PHONE: (617) 367-9003. RADIO RITMO GUANACO: Daniel
Gutierrez, email@example.com. EL SALVADOR EN EL AIR:
Adrian Florez. DEPORTES & MAS: Marino Velasquez, marinovelas-
firstname.lastname@example.org. FAX: (617) 367-2265.
Radio Fabulosa WRCA1330 AM (Spanish): 552 Massachusetts Ave.,
Cambridge, MA 02139. PHONE: (617) 492-3300. PRODUCER/HOST:
Marco A. Vasquez. EMAIL: email@example.com.
WSAR 1480 AM & WHTB 1400 AM (Portuguese): 1 Home St., Somer¬
set, MA 02725. PHONE: (508) 678-9727. PRODUCER/: Dennis Silva.
FAX: (508) 673-0310.
Tom Cuddy Sports Reports: P.O. Box 3307, Framingham, MA 01705.
PHONE: (508) 788-3673. PRODUCER: Tom Cuddy, (508) 574-7284,
firstname.lastname@example.org. REPORTER: Marge Petrucelli, (401) 942-8223.
revolutionsoccer.net: One Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA 02035.
Phone: (508) 543-5500. Email address: email@example.com.
DIGITAL CONTENT MANAGER: Jason Dalrymple, (508) 384-4334,
firstname.lastname@example.org. STAFF WRITER & ONLINE HOST:
Jeff Lemieux, (508) 549-0185, email@example.com.
DIGITAL CONTENT ASSISTANT: Jeff Wroblewski, (508) 549-0508,
boston.com: 135 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125. E-MAIL:
firstname.lastname@example.org. SPORTS EDITOR Matt Pepin, (617) 929-
csnne.com: 42-44 Third Avenue, Burlington, MA01803. PHONE: (781)
270-7399. DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL MEDIA: Art Martone, (781)
270-7282, email@example.com. EDITOR: Rich Levine, rlevine@
comcastsportsnet.com. REVOLUTION WRITER: Danny Picard, (617)
ESPNBoston.com: MANAGING EDITOR: Peter Lawrence-Riddell,
(860) 766-4372, Peter.Lawrence-Riddell@espn3.com. REVOLUTION
WRITER: Brian O'Connell, (401) 282-9435, firstname.lastname@example.org
examiner.com (Boston Pro Sports Examiner): 55517th Street, Suite
700, Denver, CO 80202. SPORTS GENERAL MANAGER: Steve Har-
bula, (303) 299-1467, email@example.com. REVOLUTION
EXAMINER: Lisa Eisenmenger, (508) 429-8474, eisenmenger@
newenglandsoccernews.com: SportsVue Interactive, P.O. Box 218,
Atlantic, VA, 23303. EXECUTIVE EDITOR: Charlie Cuttone, (757)
8244880, firstname.lastname@example.org. WRITER: Adam Burrows, abur-
nesoccertoday.com: 14 Greensfield Rd. Franklin, MA. 02038. Editor:
Sean Donahue, (508) 265-0793. E-MAIL: email@example.com.
WRITERS: Brian O'Connell, (401)282-9435, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Carl Setterlund, (413) 531-4101, email@example.com; Julian Cardillo,
(781) 864-3492, firstname.lastname@example.org.
soccer-new-england.com: P.O. Box 740, Forestdale, MA02644. PUB¬
LISHER: Michael Jones, (508) 888-1502, Michael@soccemeweng-
land.com. E-MAIL: email@example.com.
soccersoapbox.com: 362 Shining Rock Drive, Northbridge, MA01534.
EDITOR: Bob Madaio, (508) 963-3887. E-MAIL: soccersoapbox@
thebentmusket.com: 4 Laurel Ave., Westerly, Rl 02891. EDITOR/
WRITER: Steve Stoehr, (857) 225-5205. E-MAIL: stoehr52@gmail.
com. WRITERS: Corey Major, (401) 787-8115, corey.major@gmail.
com. Matt Jollie, (239) 284-9609, firstname.lastname@example.org. Abram
Chamberlain, (774) 521-7130, email@example.com.
thedrugisfootball.com: 131 Park Dr Unit G1, Boston, MA 02215.
EDITOR: Brian Smith, (617) 669-9139. E-MAIL: thedrugisfootball@
thesoccerguys.com: 15 Haven St., Milford, MA01757. EDITOR:
Kevin Koczwara, (508) 667-6567. E-MAIL: kkoczwara@gmail.
com. WRITERS: Ryan Flemming, (413) 538-1857, ryan.fleming@
thesoccerguysonline.com; Melissa Turtinen, (617) 810-4012, melissa.
weei.com: 20 Guest St., 3rd Floor, Brighton, MA 02135. PHONE: (617)
779-3500. SITE EDITOR: Rob Bradford, (978) 828-6190, rbradford@
TELEVISION AND RADIO
Now in the third year of the broadcast agreement, Comcast Sports Net
is the regional television home of the New England Revolution, with
every match on CSN broadcast in 1080i high definition. The relationship
continues the Revolution’s proud tradition of having every MLS match
televised during the course of the club’s 17-season history.
In addition to the Revs' matches on CSN, three Revs games will be
televised on national broadcast partner NBC Sports (NBC and NBC
Sports Network): March 31 at LA Galaxy, April 28 at New York and July
29 at Philadelphia. Additionally, Spanish language broadcast partner
Univision (which also includes the Galavision and Telefutura networks),
will broadcast the July 8 match against the New York Red Bulls. ESPN/
ABC Sports is also a national broadcast partner of Major League Soccer.
Again this season, Kraft Sports Productions will produce all non-nationally
televised Revolution games under the guidance of Executive Producer
Matt Smith, KSP Director Dave Mondillo and Brad Feldman, the Revolu¬
tion's Supervising Producer. Jeff Strauss and Jim Daddona are the
broadcast’s primary producers. In addition to Daddona's directorial work
when he’s not producing, Bob Frattaroli and Shawn Jensen share directo¬
The Revolution is also committed to the best in live game radio coverage.
For the third season, the Revolution have partnered with 98.5 The Sports
Hub, which is the primary carrier for Revs radio. 98.5 The Sports Hub
is an exciting, fast-paced FM Sports radio station with a distinct rock
edge to it. In less than three years, 98.5 The Sports Hub has changed
the entire Boston radio landscape. It’s the perfect place to hear all of the
Rev’s play-by-play action.
All 34 Revolution regular-season games will again be broadcast on
radio and on the web. Kevin Collins produces all Revolution radio and
webcasting content, including the weekly show, "The Far Post Podcast,”
Brad Feldman - Plav-bv-Plav
Brad Feldman is entering his 12th season as a Revolution broadcaster,
having called almost 400 matches involving the club. This season
marks his eighth as the primary play-by-play announcer for the team’s
broadcasts, both on television and on radio. He is also the Supervising
Producer for all Revolution telecasts, heading each match broadcast -
including content, operations and production.
Feldman joined the Revs organization in 2001 as a TV and radio an¬
nouncer. He broadcast all four of the Revs' MLS Cup appearances and
was an announcer for the club’s 2007 U.S. Open Cup and SuperLiga
2008 championship-winning matches. Feldman's resume includes
play-by-play commentary for top European competitions on ESPN
International and Setanta Sports and announcing MLS, USL and college
matches on FOX Soccer. He began his MLS broadcasting career as a
sideline reporter for the Kansas City Wizards telecasts in 1999. Feldman
is a frequent guest on New England and national radio and TV talk
programs on the subject of soccer.
Jeff Causey - Color Analyst
Jeff Causey is in his first season with the Revolution and will provide
color commentary for a majority of the 31 matches produced by KSP this
season. Causey joined the Revolution in 1997, and made 89 appear¬
ances in goal during his six-year stint with the club. In 2000, he started
a career-high 21 of the 22 matches in which he played, posting a 1.55
goals against average with three shutouts while stopping 4-of-5 penalty
kicks he faced. In New England, Causey went 34-44-8 in goal with a 1.80
career goals against average. He began his MLS career in 1996 with
D.C. United, helping the club win the inaugural MLS Cup and the 1996
U.S. Open Cup.
Following his retirement from soccer at the end of the 2002 season,
Causey entered coaching full-time and joined the staff at Maryland in
2002. He then returned to Boston and served as an assistant coach with
the Boston Breakers of WUSA under current U.S. Women’s National
Team head coach Pia Sundhage in 2003. Before his MLS career, he
was on Bruce Arena’s coaching staff at his alma mater, Virginia, in 1995.
As a player for the Cavaliers from 1990-93, Causey helped win three
NCAA championship and earned All-America honors in 1993 as a senior.
He was also Principle of Jeff Causey Soccer from 1995 to 2004, and
he holds a USSF “B” License. Causey is currently an Assistant Vice
President at Citizens Investment Services.
Damon “D.A.” Amendolara - Sideline Reporter
Damon “D.A.” Amendolara, the popular host of the market-leading “The
D.A. Show” on 98.5 The Sports Hub (6-11 p.m.), enters his third season
as the sideline reporter for the Revs’ home broadcasts. He joined the
club’s broadcast team in 2010, months after arriving in Boston in 2009.
Before landing at The Sports Hub, Amendolara hosted a nighttime sports
show at Miami's WQAM from 2007 to 2009.
While he was the morning host at 610 Sports in Kansas City from 2003
to 2007, he was active with the then-Kansas City Wizards (now Sporting
Kansas City) of MLS. Amendolara began his career as the studio host for
the then-USL’s Rochester Rhinos, after graduating from Syracuse Uni¬
versity in 2001. Amendolara is also a frequent guest on CSN’s “Sunday
SportsNite” show, hosts a weekly segment on Boston's Fox-25 News and
contributes to the NFL Network.
Revolutionsoccer.net is the official website of the New England Revolu¬
tion. Re-designed in 2011, the site is the best source for exclusive news,
up-to-date information and features on the region's premier professional
Get in-depth information and commentary on every Revolution
match - previews, game recaps and reaction, plus updates on your
favorite players. Through varied multimedia channels including free video,
audio and photos, fans can see exclusive content about the team. Fans
can also order the latest Revs merchandise from the online ProShop,
which offers exclusive adidas products.
Log on to hear every Revolution match broadcast through a live
audio stream, and every week check out the Revs' exclusive “Far Post
Podcast” online radio program hosted by Revolution Staff Writer & Online
Host, Jeff Lemeiux. “Far Post Podcast” is a weekly radio show featuring
commentary, prognostications and general banter about the Revolution
and MLS - and anything else the guys can get in. Also, check in regularly
for all-new video features, like “Revolution Gameday,” as well as player
interviews, game highlights and more.
The Revolution’s official team blog (blog.revolutionsoccer.net)
is the only place to find behind-the-scenes information about the Revolu¬
tion. The Revs’ blog is the definitive source for inside information about
Connect to not only the team, but tens of thousands of the team’s
supporters at the club’s Facebook page (facebook.com/NERevolution).
Join the conversation and “Like” the page to get exclusive content and
news delivered right to your feed.
The team's Twitter account (@NERevolution) is the best place
to get quick news about the team, and see behind-the-scenes pictures
during the team’s activities. Ask a quick question and get an answer
in 140 characters or less. For live updates from the team's games
(first team, reserve or youth), follow the team's in-game Twitter feed
Catch a glimpe of team video content - both of¬
ficial and off-the-cuff - at the team's official YouTube channel
(youtube.com/nerevolutionsoccer), available through many media
Get a full range of photos of the team - from games,
training, behind-the-scenes - at the team’s Flickr stream. Visit
flickr.com/nerevolution for access to the team’s photo stream.
iPhone and Droid users can get a whimsical look at the Revs
through a camera filter by downloading the Instagr.am app and following
twitter. com/HERevolution n ERevolutionsoccer
Patriot Place is New England's most
unique shopping, dining and entertainment
destination. Covering more than one
million square feet surrounding Gillette
Stadium including the North and South
Marketplaces, Patriot Place has become
the place in the region to shop, dine
The South Marketplace offers the very best of national retailer
giants such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Staples, Off Broadway Shoe Ware¬
house, Sleepy's and Christmas Tree Shops. Bass Pro Shops, the world's
largest and most exciting outdoor recreation retailer anchors the South
Marketplace and is the only one located in the Northeast. With more
than 150,000 square feet of museum quality wildlife displays, aquariums
stocked with native fish species and acres of premium outdoor lifestyle
merchandise, Bass Pro Shops at Patriot Place is an unforgettable experi¬
ence - as close to the Great Outdoors as you can get indoors!
The North Marketplace is the place to find all your favorite
retailers like Old Navy, GameStop, Reebok, Victoria's Secret, Express,
Patriots ProShop, Aeropostale, Eastern Mountain Sports, Life is good,
Olympia Sports and many more! Additionally, Charming Charlie, a fashion
accessory boutique that has been delighting women of all ages since
2004, is the first to open in Massachusetts. Through a unique blend of
fun, style, color and affordability, Charming Charlie helps shoppers pull to¬
gether their look through the key finishing touches - earrings, necklaces,
bracelets, handbags, scarves, belts... in a fun, boutique environment.
When the day turns to night at Patriot Place, you will find a wide
array of exquisite dining and entertainment venues throughout Patriot
Place. If you're looking for a quick bite to eat, look no further than Qdoba,
Dunkin' Donuts, Baskin Robbins and Five Guys Burgers & Fries. From
casual to upscale, our sit-down restaurants include CBS Scene, Red
Robin, Bar Louie, Skipjack's, Tavolino, Tastings Wine Bar & Bistro,
Davio's, Twenty8, Studio 3, Blue Fin Lounge and Olive Garden. If that
wasn’t enough, the first Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill in New
England opened in 2011. Named after Keith’s hit single “I Love This
Bar," the 19,000-square-foot restaurant seats 400, features “Toby," a
mechanical bull, free live music and home-cooked Southern style fare
including pulled-pork sandwiches, fried bologna sandwiches, meatloaf
and Southern-fried Twinkies.
Patriot Place’s one-of-a-kind entertainment options are abound
throughout the North & South Marketplaces. Treat yourself at Spa
Epoche’ or at the Green Tangerine Salon. Take a stroll through the
Nature Trail and Ocean Spray Cranberry Bog. Bring the kids to jump on
the tumble track at Kidville. Join the huddle, kick a field goal or snap a
photo with all three of the Lombardi Trophies at The Hall at Patriot Place
Presented by Raytheon. Lean back in a luxurious leather seat in the
Lux Level at Showcase Cinema de Lux or attend a concert at Showcase
Live. Take the adventure of a lifetime and become an international spy at
Espionage, dodging lasers and cracking safes, or 20,000 Leagues, where
Captain Nemo and his incredible Nautilus may be more than science
fiction. And coming in 2012 is Trader Joe’s, the unique, neighborhood
grocery store with foods and beverages ranging from the everyday to the
For a complete store, restaurant and entertainment listing, visit
SEASON TICKET PACKAGES
Season tickets allow Revolution fans the opportunity to have guaranteed
access to the same seat location for 18 games - all 17 regular-season
Revolution home games and one special soccer match at Gillette Stadi¬
um. Season ticket holders are part of a select group and receive a variety
of amenities, including early access into the stadium, ProShop discounts,
reserved parking in a preferred parking area and discounted additional
tickets. For more information please call the Revolution Ticket Office.
Season Ticket Packages from: $252 to $540
President’s Club: $1,296
Putnam Club: $972
Revolution games feature exciting live Major League Soccer action
in a world-class venue. Individual game tickets start at just $21 when
purchased in advance. Join the Revolution today!
Category 1: $44 ($48 day-of-game)
Category 2: $34 ($36 day-of-game)
Category 3: $23 ($24 day-of-game)
The Fort: $22 ($23 day-of-game)
Putnam Club: $66 ($72 day-of-game)
FOUR GAME PACKAGES
If your schedule will not allow you to commit to all 17 home games, then
the Revolution Four Game package is for you. Reserve the best seats in
the stadium for the biggest games of the season and suit your schedule.
The Four Game packages also save you money with a discount on the
For groups as small as 20, Revolution Group Ticket packages accom¬
modate the needs of any number of people. Amenities vary by group
size, but may include group name on the Matrix board, spots ON THE
FIELD for the pregame rally tunnel and much more. Group tickets start
at just $16.
Treat your guests to the very best the Revolution and Gillette Stadium
have to offer in one of our catered hospitality areas. Packages including
great seats with food and beverages are available for any size group
REVOLUTION BIRTHDAY BLAST
The Birthday Blast package includes 10 game tickets, 10 Meal Deal
coupons, a t-shirt for the birthday boy or girl, a birthday card signed by
select Revolution players, the birthday child’s name on the Matrix board
and a commemorative photo of the child’s name on the Matrix board.
Birthday Blast packages start at $260 for a group of 10.
Not sure which Revolution matches you’ll be able to attend this year?
Then purchase Flex Tickets. Flex Tickets can be used for the vast major¬
ity of stand-alone 2012 regular season matches. A minimum of 20 tickets
is required. Flex tickets are only $18 per ticket.