The New England Revolution will open their 2017 home opener on Saturday, March 3, against the Philadelphia Union at 8 p.m.
ET, and fans can get a glimpse of the team’s latest arrivals in their inaugural home opener at Gillette Stadium.
The Revolution are currently without injured star forward Kelyn Rowe (foot) and midfielder Kelyn Harper (knee).
Rowe is currently recovering from a torn ACL suffered in the first half of last weekend’s loss to New York City FC.
The Revs will have a number of other injuries to contend with on Saturday.
Defender Zach Carroll (right ankle), forward Zach Pfeffer (left ankle) and defender Chris Tierney (right calf) have been ruled out of Saturday’s match, while forward Chris Tiernyk (right knee) and goalkeeper Alex Mares (left knee) have yet to return.
The game will be streamed live on the Revolution’s official YouTube channel, RevolutionLive, beginning at 5 p.t.
The match will also be broadcast live on MLS Live at 5:30 p.p.m., which will be available in English and Spanish on the network’s mobile app and on the MLS Live app for Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Amazon Echo and Chromecast Ultra.
Fans can also follow the Revolution on social media using the hashtag #RevsHomeOpener and follow the team on Instagram at @Revs, and on Twitter at @REVOLS.