Match Preview, presented by Burnt Hickory Brewery: ATL UTD 2 at New England Revolution II


Atlanta United 2 returns to action Sunday, Aug. 13 when travels to Gillette Stadium to take on New England Revolution II. The match is scheduled to kick off at 7:00 p.m. EDT and will be streamed live on Apple TV - MLS Season Pass, while fans can also tune into the Soccer Down Here audio stream.

In ATL UTD 2's last match on Wednesday, Aug. 9, the team defeated Crown Legacy FC 3-1 at Fifth Third Bank Stadium. The match featured three different goal scorers in Noah Cobb, Nelson Orji and Nick Firmino with his 13th goal of the season. Cobb's header in the 30th minute came off the corner sent in by Chris Gloster for his first professional goal, and Gloster's first assist of the season in his starting XI debut for ATL UTD 2.


Sunday, August 13 | Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts | 7:00 p.m. ET

ATL UTD 2 (7-10-5, 27 points) vs. New England Revolution II (11-5-6, 43 points)

Stream: MLS Season Pass

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Atlanta United 2 fell 3-2 in the 2023 season opener to New England Revolution II on March 26. Raimar and Firmino each scored in the final six minutes of the second half, but the comeback fell short. Despite the loss, Tyler Young and Karim Tmimi made their professional debuts in the first match of the season.


Atlanta enters Sunday's match with a 7-10-5-1 (W-L-T-SOW) record after earning a 3-1 victory over the number one seeded Crown legacy FC last Wednesday. The team currently sits in 10th place in the Eastern Conference with 27 points, six points behind 7th place and a spot in the playoffs. ATL UTD 2 is first in the league in duel percentage with 53.3% as it heads into Sunday's meeting with a 0-6-4 record on the road and chance to earn its first road win of the season.


New England comes into Sunday's match against Atlanta with a 11-5-6 record, currently in second place in the Eastern Conference with 43 points. In its last outing, the team picked up three points on the road in a 5-4 thriller over Orlando City B. New England holds a 6-1-4 record at home heading into Sunday's meeting.