Boston to Gillette for 7/8 Game

From the Pub to the tailgate to the Fort. We got ya covered.

Ever wanted to join us at a match but just didn’t have any way to get out to Foxboro, or (more likely) have a friend who always said he would go to a soccer game if it wasn’t so hard to get to Gillette? Well, we got ya covered for the 7/8 match vs the New York Red Bulls.

We’re leaving from the Phoenix Landing in Cambridge and heading right to the Midnight Riders tailgate.

You have the option to buy a spot on the bus and a ticket combined, or just a spot on the bus if you already have a ticket. There’s also a discount for paid Midnight Riders (another perk of being a member! Only $10!).

So.. what are you waiting for?

Buy your spot on the bus here, now!

Supporters Cup

What we will be lifting.

On July 21 we will be taking on the Rebellion in the first ever New England Revolution Supporters Cup.

Kickoff is at 5pm and we will be playing on the field at Gillette Stadium.

To play you have to be a paid member and 16+ (if younger than 18 you need a parent to be in attendance).

$25 to play and $10 to watch (everyone is welcome and invited to come watch. You don’t need to be a member.)

All money raised will be going to Think Taylor, Taylor Twellman’s head injury awareness non-profit, and the newly founded New England Revolution Charitable Foundation.

We also have a viewing lined up at BBC Walpole (right down Route 1) for the Revs game after the cup.

Sign up and read more about the cup here.

Download the Supporters Cup Program

Jane Heaps

The Midnight Riders were grieved to learn that Jay Heaps’ mother, Jane, passed away on May 23 after a long, courageous battle with congenital lung disease and a double lung transplant. As a member of our extended Revolution family, we are deeply saddened by the loss and our condolences and thoughts are with Jay and the countless other family and friends likewise deprived of Jane’s devotion and friendship far too soon.

From her family:

Known for her contagious smile, her inner strength, quick wit, pink lipstick and grace, Jane graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education from Elms College.
Jane, selfless in every aspect of her life, was a loving, devoted, supportive wife, mother, daughter, grandmother, mother-in-law, sister, aunt and best friend to many. She has been a source of inspiration, strength and compassion for her family and friends.

Jane had an incredible gift of always being happy and bringing joy and strength to all who knew her. She thoroughly enjoyed being a parent and a grandparent; her greatest joys were her children and her grandchildren and their love brightened her world.

Jane’s mission in life involved fostering an atmosphere filled with love, gentleness, laughter, support and respect.

The Midnight Riders are coordinating with the Heaps family to make a charitable donation to the Luke W. Mulderig Memorial Fund in honor of Jane’s bright life. If you wish to participate with us, please feel free to send donations through the Midnight Riders here. 100% of all donations submitted through the Midnight Riders will be donated to the fund.