Kraft family consider new stadium for New England Revolution

Reports are coming out of the Boston area that the Kraft Group, who own the New England Revolution, are considering building their own soccer-specific stadium.

Reports are coming out of the Boston area that the Kraft Group, who own the New England Revolution, are considering building their own soccer-specific stadium.

Initial proposals are that the stadium would be built in the Somerville area of the city, seating between 20,000 and 30,000 people. New England Revolution get some of the best attendances in MLS at the Gillette Stadium however, creating an atmosphere in the 69,000 capacity stadium is often a challenge.

Real Salt Lake recently opened Rio Tinto stadium and New York Red Bull will complete their arena during the summer of next year.

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