Patrick Ouckama
Patrick Ouckama

Director of Coaching

Head Coach U-17s

Patrick Ouckama is in his fourth season with the New England Revolution Academy. He currently serves as the Head Coach of the Under-17 team, the Director of Coaching, and the Director of the Residency Program for the Revolution Academy.

In his inaugural season, Ouckama coached in Montreal Impact's International U14 tournament, which the Revolution won, defeating Italy's Bologna FC, 1-0, in the final.

From 2015-17, Ouckama served as the head coach of men’s soccer for Ithaca College where the Bombers posted an overall conference record of 11-2-1. Ithaca played for the Empire 8 Championship in each of his two seasons at the helm. For his efforts, Ouckama was named the Empire 8 Doug May Coach of the year in 2015.

Before Ithaca College, Ouckama coached at the club level at Westchester Soccer Academy, Castleford Youth Soccer Club, and New York Soccer Club.

Ouckama carries the Elite Formation Coaching License from the French Football Federation (FFF), an “A” Coaching License from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and is ProZone Analysis Level I Certified.

As a player, Ouckama was a four-year starter for Ithaca from 2001-04, and served as a team captain for three seasons. He was an All-Empire 8 selection four times and earned three Northeast All-Region honors. After graduating from Ithaca with a degree in journalism in 2005, he moved on to play professionally for the Baltimore Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League.

Ouckama currently resides in Foxborough, Mass. at the Revolution Academy Residency House.