Soccer showdown in Foxboro this weekend

May 23, 2013 by  

This weekend, the New England Revolution will be hosting Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts for a Memorial Day Weekend showdown.

Both teams are members of Major League Soccer’s (MLS) Eastern Conference, and currently both of them need all of the wins they can get to climb into one of the coveted top five slots that will advance into the playoffs.

With the season about halfway over, there is a certain urgency to the games being played now. Fans of the Revolution should be attending the home games to help cheer their team to victory. Owners, coaches, and players alike no doubt want the stadium to be full to create a stronger sense of support and home field advantage. Printing companies could create materials that would help to fill those seats.

Advertising is an important part of any business, and flyer printing companies could create promotional materials that would spread word about the game for anyone who is not aware. The Revolution might also need programs to hand out to fans, containing information about the team, the organization, and specific players in the MLS.

The home team goes into the clash in good form, with the Revolution fresh from a 2-0 win at Houston Dynamo last weekend, but Toronto has been poor of late and will be looking to halt a run of five straight defeats. The Revolution will probably be looking to Uruguay-born star Diego Fagundez for a goal or two during the game.