By Brian Straus Fox NewsNew England Revolution players and staff wore the white sox jerseys for the first time on Sunday when the team’s home opener against Toronto FC drew a record crowd of 5,073.
The Revolution wore the black jerseys on their way to the Eastern Conference Championship last year.
The New England team wore the red and white jerseys during the first half of the match against Atlanta United.
They wore them again on the first goal of the second half and in the 89th minute of their 2-1 victory over the Red Bulls on Sunday.
The Revs have worn white jerseys since the inaugural MLS season in 2015.
The team last wore black jerseys in a 1-0 victory over Sporting Kansas City on Aug. 2, 2018.
The Revolution’s first-team roster is set to be unveiled Monday.
The players are expected to make their first appearances in New England in early November.