The New England Revolution’s design for the American Cup will feature a giant American flag and the word “America” on the side.
The flag was first introduced in 2011, and has been adopted by many major US sports teams, including the New York Mets, Washington Nationals, Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros.
The Revs have worn the flag on the field in 2017.
It is unclear whether the team will use the American flag as a sponsor during the 2017-18 season.
The team wore the flag in front of their home stadium before the US Open Cup match against FC Dallas last season, which was the first game in which the flag was not on the pitch.
But the Revs’ new logo, released Monday, uses the flag prominently.
The Revolution, who will be playing the LA Galaxy in the third round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cups on Wednesday, are wearing the flag at all home games.
The logo is inspired by the team’s previous incarnation as a team of players, including players such as Josh Gatt, Dan Kennedy, Tommy Redding, Brad Davis and Tony Meola.
“We are all the same, we’re all Americans and we’re here to win,” team president Nick Sakiewicz told the team website.
“I hope you guys are excited for the future.”
The Revss are the first Major League Soccer team to have a logo with a giant flag on its team’s crest.
MLS adopted the design for its logo in 2004, and it was adopted by teams such as the New England Patriots, New York Red Bulls, San Jose Earthquakes, Chicago Fire and Seattle Sounders.
In 2016, MLS announced it was changing the logo’s color scheme to a light blue and white to better reflect its history and culture.