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Revs to Host USOC in Providence

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The Revolution will host its fourth-round U.S. Open Cup tie at Providence College’s Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in Providence, R.I. on Jun. 14.

After hosting Open Cup play at Harvard University’s Jordan Field in Allston, Mass. during the last two seasons, the team returns to the Ocean State for the first time since 2014.

“We’re really excited to be able to bring this match to our fans in Rhode Island who have always shown the club tremendous support,” New England Revolution President Brian Bilello said in a club release. “The Open Cup tournament is always a great opportunity for players and fans alike, and we look forward to having a strong homefield advantage in Providence.”

New England’s last Open Cup game in R.I. took place at Brown University’s Stevenson Field in Providence, which hosted a fifth-round tie between the Revolution and Rochester Rhinos (USL).

The Jun. 14 clash in Providence, which will kick off at 7:30pm, will pit the Revolution against the winner of next week’s third-round tie between BSSL’s GPS Omens and the Rhinos.

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