I've been to many Rev's game. The fact that they play in an NFL stadium is not a deterrent. I've also went to the see Brazil play Mexico many years ago at a sold-out Gillette stadium. Somehow, those fans made it to that remote location. IMO, it is not the stadium and it's not the location, it's MLS. There are many passionate soccer/football fans in the area, they're just not necessarily Rev's fans. Would the Rev's draw more fans in a location serviced by mass transit? Perhaps so, but I don't think it would be a significant difference.The Revs are in the bottom 1/3 of attendance among the MLS clubs. They don't fill the 20,000 seat "soccer capacity" at Gillette. I have to think part of that is location -- many soccer fans in the Boston area are in transit centric neighborhoods -- Gillette is a huge inconvenience. Also the teams that pull strong attendance have real soccer stadiums, so the fan experience is better. Markets like Atlanta, Seattle, Cincinnati, Portland, Toronto and Orlando all pull significantly more MLS fans the the Revs. Certainly seems there would be significant upside in a properly located (T heavy rail location), well designed soccer stadium.