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City of Everett and NRS, LLC Enter Into Agreement Over Professional Soccer Stadium
Another step has been made in terms of the New England Revolution getting its own stadium.
According to documents signed by Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria and city solicitor Collen Mejia, an agreement has been made between The City of Everett and NRS, LLC (Professional Soccer Stadium).
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The memorandum of agreement states that NRS, LLC has a principal place of business at One Patriot Place, Foxborough, Massachusetts, 02035. The recitals of the MOA repeatedly mention a stadium and in the community benefits agreement states in section k that “proponents shall allocate an agreed-upon number of tickets to regular season home games of the New England Revolution to the City of Everett for no cost.”
Section J also mentions Major League Soccer by name.
Also in the recitals of the MOA, section h states that “the proponent should install grass rather than artificial turf for their field, but will be allowed to use a hybrid surface or artificial turf in future as necessary.”
After nearly three decades, it actually seems like the Revolution are closing in on having a stadium of their own.