Scott Caldwell is staying with the New England Revolution.
The club announced today they signed the midfielder to a mulityear contract extension. Details of the deal were not disclosed.
“I’m very excited to re-sign with the Revolution, my hometown club and the team I’ve supported since I was a kid growing up in Braintree,” said Caldwell, 28. “I’m always proud to put on this jersey and I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue representing the Revolution for years to come.”
“Scott is such a valuable part of our team and organization, and he has set the perfect example for what it means to represent New England and this club.” said Revolution general manager Michael Burns. “Whether it was setting the foundation for our Academy back in 2008, leading the first team over these last seven seasons, or the countless hours he commits to his work in the community, Scott’s contributions to the Revolution cannot be overstated. I look forward to seeing him continue to lead this club both on and off the field.”
Caldwell has been a key player in the midfield since joining the club as the second-ever Homegrown signing in 2013. He has made 182 career regular-season appearances and eight MLS Cup playoff appearances. He was named the club's Most Valuable Player in 2015.
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