The New England Revolution will have their own soccer-specific stadium in five years. At least, Don Garber thinks so.
Garber recently told SI.com in a wide-ranging interview that he thinks the Revolution will be playing in their own stadium by 2021. There has not been much in the way of positive developments in recent months with regards to the Revolution getting their own soccer-specific home, at least not publicly, but Garber seems confident about the club’s chances of accomplishing that in the near feature.
“I believe so,” Garber told SI.com when asked if the Revolution will have a soccer-specific stadium in five years, “and I’d be shocked if they weren’t.”
The Revolution are one of the few remaining MLS teams to not have their own soccer-specific venue. They currently play their games on turf fields at the cavernous Gillette Stadium, which is located in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The stadium constantly gets criticized for not being ideal for soccer and for being located far from the downtown Boston area.