New England Revolution now paying bus fare more than 1,000 fans’ MLS Cup Playoffs trip to New York Red Bulls


The New England Revolution are on fire right now.

Not only does the club find itself in its first Eastern Conference Championship since 2007, but they’ve got one of the league’s most impactful Designated Player signings of 2014, Jermaine Jones, and the breakout player of the year in Major League Soccer, Lee Nguyen — both of which were called into US national team camp this week.

As for the fans, well, they’re being treated by the club to free roundtrip buses from Boston to Harrison, NJ, the site of next weekend’s first leg game against the New York Red Bulls.

That was Revolution president Brian Bilello on Tuesday. Since then, fans have been buying up tickets like it’s the last game the team will ever play. On Tuesday:

By midday Thursday:

And late afternoon on Thursday, Bilello delivered more good news:

Sing loud, Red Bulls fans, otherwise we’re not going to hear you.