John Frederick
John Frederick

Assistant Coach, Under-15s

John Frederick is in his 13th season with the New England Revolution Academy’s youth teams coaching staff. He is in his sixth year as an assistant coach for the Academy's Under-15 team. Prior to his current role, Frederick spent 10 years working with the Under-19 (formerly Under-18) team, holding the role of head coach for five years.

While serving as head coach, Frederick’s U-18 teams advanced to the USSDA Playoffs three times in four seasons (2012, 2013, 2014) under his direction, and the U-18s made their first-ever appearance at the 2013 Finals Week after winning their playoff group. Frederick also served as an assistant for the Under-18 team that qualified for the U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) playoffs during the 2016-17 season.

Before being promoted to the U-18 program, Frederick was the assistant coach for the Under-18s and Under-16s in his first year with the Academy, where he helped lead the Revs U-16s to the top of the Northeast Division and into the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs in 2009-10 – the team’s first-ever playoff appearance – in his second season. One year later, he was promoted to head coach of the Under-18s.

Formerly an assistant coach for the College of the Holy Cross men’s soccer team, Frederick holds a U.S. Soccer "B" License. He has also earned his NSCAA Premier Diploma.

Frederick's previous coaching experience also includes time as an assistant coach with the Massachusetts ODP Under-17 team, and head coach for Algonquin Regional High School. His Algonquin squads won the state championship in 2004 and 2005, and advanced to the championship game in 2006. His 2008 squad also went undefeated in the regular season. Frederick earned 2005 Massachusetts Division I Coach of the Year honors. He also has prior coaching stints at Marlborough High School, and club coaching ties to the Tri-Valley Eagles and FC Puma.

A 1993 graduate of the University of Vermont, Frederick and his wife, Amy, have three children and live in Hopkinton, Mass.