Revs’ youth products make TDS Top 100

As one of the few staff members still here in Foxborough, it’s only fair that I get to break up all of this preseason talk with some of the news we’re generating back in New England. released its first-ever 2013 Players to Watch Top 100 Boys national ranking list this week. At the top… Continue reading »


Revs youth teams to kick off on Feb. 20

While the Revolution’s first team is just beginning preseason training and won’t kick off the 2010 season until March 27 against the LA Galaxy, the U16 and U18 teams are just a few weeks away from the start of the new U.S. Soccer Development Academy season. Although the schedule for both Revs youth teams was… Continue reading »


Youth teams wrap up Winter Showcase

The New England Revolution youth teams recently returned from Phoenix, Ariz., where both the Under-16 and Under-18 squads partcipated in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Winter Showcase at the Reach 11 Sports Complex. Both sides played a trio of games during the competition against Solar Soccer Club (Dallas, Texas), Scott Gallagher Soccer Club (St. Louis,… Continue reading »


Youth Teams Update

This past weekend, 11 members of the Revolution’s youth teams were given the opportunity to travel to Portland, Conn., to participate in the U.S. Soccer Market Training Center, an event featuring three training sessions conducted in front of many of the country’s top youth and college coaches. Seven clubs from the northeast had players represented… Continue reading »


Youth Update: May 25

The Young Revs wrapped up play at the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Spring Showcase earlier today with a pair of split results. The U18s eared a 6-1 victory over North Meck FC, based out of the Charlotte area. The U16s suffered a  2-0 loss to their counterparts to close national play. With the results, the… Continue reading »


Youth Update: May 23

In the second day of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Spring Showcase was a split for the Revs’ youth teams. The U16s took a 2-1 victory over FC Milwaukee, while the U18s dropped a 1-0 decision to their counterparts. Goals by Alan Florez and Fabio Junior staked the U16s to the victory, pushing their record… Continue reading »


Youth Update: May 22

First scores are in from the first day of action at the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Spring Showcase in Sarasota, Fla., with the Revs U16s and U18s getting their first national action since this past winter.


Getting back to our youth

Fresh off a bye on the schedule, the Revolution’s youth teams will return to action this upcoming weekend with home matches against D.C. United and Potomac Soccer Club. A total of four matches will be played at Gillette Stadium, with the Revs’ Under-16 team kicking off the action tomorrow morning (Saturday, May 9) at 8 a.m.… Continue reading »


Youth Team Weekend Review

After having last weekend off, the Revolution youth teams returned to action against two Pennsylvania clubs, FC Delco and PA Classics. The Under-18s were handed a pair of losses while the Unde-16s drew with FC Delco and defeated PA Classics.


Pennsylvania teams head to Foxborough

After picking up a pair of wins last Wednesday against Seacoast United before taking the weekend off, the Revolution youth teams return to action this weekend at Gillette Stadium against non-division opponents, FC Delco and PA Classics. On Saturday, FC Delco travels to Foxborough with the U-16s set to kick off at 12 p.m., with the U-18s to… Continue reading »


Midweek Youth Review

After two games each last weekend, the Revolution youth teams returned to action last night for a double header with Seacoast United at East Boston Memorial Park. With a 3-2 win by the U-18s and a 3-1 win by the U-16s, both teams were able to walk away with three points.


Youth team weekend review

Both Revolution teams played a pair of division games this weekend at Gillette Stadium. Both the teams dropped their games against FC Greater Boston Bolts, while the U-18s earned three points against Oakwood Soccer Club and the U-16s picked a point.

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