Soccer Operations Coordinator
New England Revolution
Jason Gove in his in second season with the New England Revolution, having joined the club in a full-time capacity as the team’s soccer operations coordinator in the spring of 2011. In his current position, Gove works with the soccer operations staff to assist the club’s technical and administrative staffs in their day-to-day duties.
Gove assists the technical staff and players in the areas of team operations and player administration, specifically on matters relating to the reserve team. He handles the reserve team's travel and administrative issues and assists with the team’s equipment duties. Additionally, he assists newly-rostered players with relocation logistics, including housing and transportation.
Besides his team administration duties, Gove also helps coordinate game day operations on the field level, assisting with the management of game and league officials, visiting teams and game day operations staff.
Gove originally joined the Revolution as a member of the team’s game day operations staff in 2009, and later completed a full-time internship with the soccer operations group in 2010.
Gove began his full-time position with the Revolution while simultaneously completing his final two semesters of undergraduate coursework at Nichols College, where he earned his degree in sports management in December 2011.
Gove is single and lives in the MetroWest area of the state.