Program Development Manager, Revolution Academy
Head Coach, Under-14s
Gary Hall is currently in his sixth season with the coaching staff of the New England Revolution's Youth Development Program, and in his fourth year as the head coach of the Under-14 team. He is also the Program Development Manager for the Revolution Academy, the team's commercial training and development program, where he is responsible for implementing a variety of programs, including the Regional Development Schools and summer residential program.
The Under-14 team finished third in U.S. Club Soccer’s 20-team Northeast Pre-Academy League in its inaugural season in 2012-13. In the 2013-14 season, the U-14s went 18 games unbeaten between October 2013 and June 2014 in the age group’s first season in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy. Last season in 2014-15, his side went on a similar unbeaten streak, going 17-0-2 from November 2014 until the final game of the season on June 22, 2015. Hall’s U-14 side was honored with the Style of Play award by U.S. Soccer at the annual End-of-Year Awards following the conclusion of the 2014-15 season.
Before heading up the U-14 program, Hall was the assistant coach for the U-16s, and helped lead the side to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs in each of his two seasons with the club.
An experienced youth soccer coach, he began his career coaching for the Sunderland AFC Academy community programs. Hall moved to the U.S. in 2002 to coach, and became a trainer for several youth soccer clubs and high schools in the southern New Hampshire area.
During his eight-year stint as Regional Director at Challenger Sports, Hall ran year-round youth soccer development programs for players and coaches from the New England region. Also a coach at the Premier Club Level in the North East region, Hall coached teams through several state championships, and other regional and national tournaments.
A 2001 graduate of Newcastle College, Hall holds his UEFA "C" License and received a Goalkeeping Certification from the English Football Association and he received his U.S. Soccer “C” License in August 2015. A former Darlington FC professional academy youth player, Hall played at the semiprofessional in England’s North East Regional Leagues.
Hall currently resides in Warwick, R.I., with his wife, Dana, and their daughter.