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Chelsea, New England Revolution announce antisemitism match in U.S.

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Chelsea and the New England Revolution have confirmed they will play a friendly as part of their campaign against antisemitism.

The match, dubbed "Game for Change," will be played in Spring of 2019 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

"I am proud of the work Chelsea does to promote equality and tackle discrimination all over the world," Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich said in a statement.

"The Say No To Antisemitism campaign has already achieved so much in raising awareness...

New England Revolution defender Chris Tierney announces retirement

Chris Tierney is retiring after 11 seasons and 246 appearances for the New England Revolution.

New England Revolution defender Chris Tierney, 32, announced his retirement on Thursday, bringing an end to his 11-year career with his hometown team.

Tierney, who grew up in nearby Wellesley, Massachusetts, was selected by the Revs in the 2008 Supplemental Draft. He made 246 appearances for New England, third most in club history, and scored 13 goals throughout his career.

"After 11 seasons, the time has come for me to step away from the game I love," said Tierney, the longest-tenured field player...

Chelsea in talks over antisemitism match against New England Revolution in U.S. - sources

Chelsea are in discussions about playing a friendly match against MLS club New England Revolution next summer as part of their antisemitism initiative, sources have told ESPN FC.

Last week, Robert Kraft, the owner of the Revolution and the New England Patriots, told the World Jewish Congress he had spoken to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich about a game that would see both men donate $1 million (£778,565) to the fight against antisemitism, with all money from ticket sales going to the cause.