Anticipation is building for the 25th anniversary season of Major League Soccer.
And when the New England Revolution kick off their season, they'll do so with a new broadcast team.
Former Revolution and U.S. Men's National Team forward Charlie Davies will join play-by-play voice Brad Feldman in the booth as NBC Sports Boston's color analyst, with Naoko Funayama returning as sideline reporter. Former color analyst Paul Mariner will also appear on select broadcasts throughout the season.
The team will broadcast up to 34 of the Revs' regular-season games on NBC Sports Boston, with Revolution Postgame Live following each game. All matches on NBC Sports Boston can also be streamed live on NBCSportsBoston.com or via the NBC Sports app.
The 2020 season will mark Feldman's 20th season as the team's play-by-play announcer, while Davies will jump into the broadcast booth for his first season. Davies, a New Hampshire native and Boston College star, continues his broadcasting career after a 12-year playing career.
Davies — who will also continue his hosting duties on NBC Sports Boston's "State of the Revs," which debuts Feb. 27 at 8:30 p.m. — also has served as lead color analyst for men's college soccer games on the ACC Network, analyst on MLSsoccer.com's "Matchday Central," and co-host of "Counter Attack" on Sirius XM FC.
Revs games can also be heard on the radio, as 98.5 The Sports Hub will broadcast games locally for an eighth straighth season along with a 30-minute postgame show. WMVX 1260 AM "Nossa Radio USA" will return as the Revs’ Brazilian radio broadcast partner, providing the call locally in Portuguese.
The Revs kick off their season this Saturday, Feb. 29 on the road against the Montreal Impact, while their home opener at Gillette Stadium is the following Saturday, March 7 against Chicago Fire FC. You can find the entire 2020 schedule in the graphic below:
Don't miss NBC Sports Boston's coverage of Impact vs. Revolution, which begins Saturday at 3 p.m. followed by Revolution Postgame Live. You can also stream the game on the NBC Sports app.