$10 round-trip train tickets available from Providence and Boston for the marquee MLS matchup at Gillette Stadium, which is expected to set record for highest attendance at a Revolution match

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (April 16, 2024) The MBTA Commuter Rail and Keolis will be providing round-trip, special event train service from Boston and Providence for the New England Revolution’s Major League Soccer home match vs. Inter Miami CF on Saturday, April 27. With the Revolution expected to set a new single-game attendance record at the sellout match, fans can beat the traffic and ride in comfort to the match for only $10 per round-trip ticket.

Round-trip tickets will be available to purchase for $10 beginning on Wednesday, April 17 at 11:00 a.m. ET, exclusively on the mTicket app. Tickets for each special event train are sold separately and need to be purchased for the correct corresponding station of origin (Boston or Providence). Due to anticipated high demand, no refunds or exchanges will be available. Tickets must be purchased prior to boarding the event train. All passengers, including children 11 and under, must have a ticket to board the train.

Train service from Boston will depart from South Station with stops at Back Bay and Dedham Corporate Center before arriving at Foxboro Station. The Providence train service will make stops at Pawtucket/Central Falls, Attleboro, and Mansfield before arriving in Foxboro. The schedules for Saturday, April 27 can be found below:

Please note: Special event train ticket sales will be stopped once the maximum capacity is reached. Regular Commuter Rail tickets and passes are not valid for special event trains.

Special Event Train Service Schedule – Saturday, April 27



NOTE: Trains will depart Foxboro Station 30 minutes after the match ends.

While there is no weekend train service to Foxboro, regularly scheduled weekday MBTA Commuter Rail trains are available to bring fans to and from Boston for every Revolution weekday match during the season, in addition to the special event service for the Inter Miami match. The full Foxboro Station schedule can be found here.

This season, New England has two remaining midweek matches on the home schedule: Wednesday, July 3 vs. Atlanta United, and Wednesday, Sept. 18 vs. CF Montreal. The Revolution also play a midweek match on Tuesday, Aug. 6 vs. Nashville SC in the group stage of Leagues Cup 2024, a 47-team tournament featuring every club in MLS and the top-tier Mexican league, LIGA MX. Tickets for all New England Revolution matches are available at Ticketmaster.com, Revolutionsoccer.net/tickets, or by calling 1-877-GET-REVS.

Regular Commuter Rail tickets and passes are not valid for special event trains. Riders are also reminded that any prohibited items that do not comply with the stadium’s Clear Bag Policy will not be permitted on the train and no personal items may be left on the train during the match. For more information, visit www.mbta.com/destinations/gillette-stadium.

The April 27 contest between New England and Inter Miami is on track to eclipse the current mark for the highest-attended Revolution game, the 2002 MLS Cup between New England and LA Galaxy, which saw 61,316 fans attend the championship match at a newly opened Gillette Stadium. The event could become only the third soccer match in Gillette Stadium’s 23-year history to surpass 64,000 fans in attendance, the last time coming in 2011 when the United States played Spain in an international friendly. The current record for highest attendance at a Revolution regular season match is 57,407, set on April 20, 1997. Since Gillette Stadium opened in 2002, the best attendance for a Revolution regular season match was 42,947 on Oct. 17, 2015.

Media Contacts:

Jake O’Neill, Keolis Commuter Services, jake.oneill@keoliscs.com

Adam Klionsky, New England Revolution, adamk@revolutionsoccer.net

Keolis Commuter Services is celebrating its tenth year of operating and maintaining the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s commuter rail system, the fifth largest commuter rail operation in North America. KCS is a subsidiary of Keolis North America (KNA), both headquartered in Boston, and employs approximately 2,400 people throughout the region. KCS and KNA are part of Keolis Group, an innovative global leader in transit services with more than a century of passenger transportation experience and operations in 13 countries.