Scott Caldwell Retires After 11-Year MLS Career
The midfielder has hung up his boots.
After over 250 MLS games, midfielder Scott Caldwell has announced his retirement. He played 229 games (175 starts) for the New England Revolution.
Caldwell was the Revs second homegrown signing in club history when he joined the organization in 2013 and recorded five goals and 18 assists while in New England.
The midfielder lifted the Supporters' Shield in 2021 and also helped the Revolution reach the MLS Cup Final in 2014.
“The last 11 years have been a dream come true,” Caldwell said in an Instagram post announcing his retirement. “I am incredibly lucky to have been able to play the game I love for this long, and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without a lot of help along the way.”
Caldwell went on to thank his coaches, various other staff members, as well as the Revs and RSL along with their fans. He continued also thanking his teammates and his family.