Andrew Farrell signs New England Revolution contract extension

The New England Revolution announced a contract extension with linebacker Andrew Farrell.

Farrell has been a rock for NE Revs over the years.

Farrell’s previous contract expired at the end of 2022, but the Revs used target-allocated funds (TAM) to sign the guard to a new one-year deal that runs through the end of the MLS season in 2023, and in 2024 and 2025. There are options.

The 30-year-old is preparing for his 11th MLS season and is New England’s all-time appearances record holder with 332 appearances for the club in all competitions to date, lifting the 2021 Supporters’ Shield along the way cup champion.

“Andrew Farrell is an important player on our team and has represented the Revolution at the highest level during his ten years at the club,” Revolution sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena said in a club news release. Said at the meeting.

“Andrew’s stamina on the court and leadership in the locker room will continue to benefit our team. We are pleased to reward Andrew with this new contract.”

So far in his MLS career, Farrell has never missed more than five games in a season, including in 2021 and 2022, where he was voted the Revolutionary Guard of the Year five times by local media.

Farrell hopes to help the Revs return to the MLS Cup playoffs in 2023 after an absence last year. They will start the season at Charlotte FC on February 25.


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