The Revolution finished the 2021 season with a road record of 10-3-4 on
the year, a new club record for away wins. The Revs ended the year winning eight of their last 10 road games. In its history, the club has three
four-game winning streaks away from home, two of which came in 2021.
New England’s 34 points and 10 victories away from home in 2021 rank
second in MLS history behind the 1998 LA Galaxy (13 wins, 37 points).
Forwards Adam Buksa and Gustavo Bou led the charge for New England,
finishing tied for second in MLS last season with nine road goals each.
The league’s most formidable away team dating back to Bruce Arena’s arrival in New England on June 2, 2019, the Revolution lead MLS in road victories over that span with 23 across the regular season and playoffs. Since
the start of 2020, the Revs’ 20 away wins are four more than any other club.
MLS LEADERS: AWAY WINS SINCE 2020
Rank Club Away Wins
- New England Revolution 20
- Sporting Kansas City 16
T-3. New York Red Bulls 15
T-3. Seattle Sounders FC 15
T-5. Nashville SC 14
T-5. Portland Timbers FC 14
T-5. New York City 14
Through its first nine road contests in 2022, the Revolution rank tied for
second in MLS with 16 goals scored, including multi-goal efforts on six
occasions. Since the start of 2020, New England has tallied the most goals
away from home by a wide margin:
MLS LEADERS: AWAY GOALS SINCE 2020
Rank Club Away Goals
- New England Revolution 70
- Portland Timbers 58
- New York Red Bulls 53
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