NYCFC vs New England Revolution: How to watch, time, of game against the last-place team

  • NYCFC and the New England Revolution will meet again for the second time this season
  • Here is how to watch, the time, and more information
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New York City FC is coming off a nine-point week after they won three games in a row.  The Pigeons played two fixtures on the road against Toronto FC and the Philadelphia Union before coming home to beat the New York Red Bulls in the Hudson River Derby.  The derby game also saw the end of Mounsef Bakrar’s scoring drought, for the striker scored his first goal of the season.

Hence, the team has plenty of confidence as they travel to face the New England Revolution.  The home team continues to sit in last place with seven points.  Their struggles this season are uncharacteristic.  Admittedly, it is not the most talented roster, but New England should be doing a little better with the players on the team.  They also still have one of the best midfielders in the league in Carles Gil.  Of course, one player cannot save a team, but, shockingly, they are in last place.

That is why NYCFC can get another win on the road.  The Bronx side has already beaten the Revolution in April.  They won 2-0 in a match that one can attribute to the start of the turnaround for the team.  The calls for Nick Cushing to be sacked were extremely loud after the home draw to Atlanta United FC the previous week.  Since then, they are 6-1-0.

At the same time, NYCFC cannot become complacent.  New England has the ingredients to beat the Pigeons.  Plus, the visitors have had some of their results go their way despite some questionable play.  The team cannot take their foot off the pedal.

How to watch, time, and more of NYCFC’s game against the New England Revolution


Saturday, May 25


7:30 PM ET, with expected kickoff at 7:40 PM ET

How to watch on TV and streaming

The MLS Season Pass via Apple TV

How to watch in person 

Fans would have to go to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough

How to listen and via the NYCFC app

How to follow

If NYCFC fans cannot watch or listen to the game, they can follow along via NYCFC’s X account and MLS Soccer’s timeline.

Final Notes

Since Bakrar scored his first goal of the season, Cushing might be persuaded to put him right back in the Starting XI.  Truthfully, it might be good for his mentality to prove that he can score again as a substitute.  Therefore, the striker should not be in the Starting XI.