In 2014, the New England Revolution were a finalist in the MLS Cup Playoffs. Although they fell to the Los Angeles Galaxy, the Revs look poised to make another run in 2015. They’ll look to do it with a new secondary kit, unveiled Tuesday, that is inspired by the flag colors and design of the New England region. American internationals like Jermaine Jones and Lee Nguyen will look to defend the colors of the region in this unique new kit.
This change kit is in red with white and green details, a first for the Revolution. The jersey has a unique green collar with a triangular inset design. The neck tape on the inside has red white and green together in a unique pattern. The sleeves have an adidas three-stripe trim in white. The cuffs, also in white, combine with a box on each sleeve in the same color. The new MLS badges on both sleeve has a monochrome green shield outline over white.
The back of the collar has the flag of New England with a lenticular effect. Bright little images of the Revs’ crest are inside the flag.
The jersey has a white detail taking up the entire upper chest area. The bottom has a brief history and explanation of the New England flag at the jocktag. A thick white stripe takes up the hem of the shirt, wrapping around the back. United Healthcare is the shirt sponsor.
The New England Revolution 2015/16 away jersey is available at World Soccer Shop.