Remi Roy
Remi Roy

Technical Director

Remi Roy is in his 15th season with the New England Revolution and his first as Technical Director, having been appointed to the position on January 8, 2024. Roy previously served as the club's Director of Scouting & Player Personnel since 2018, after initially joining the club as an assistant coach for eight seasons from 2010-17. 

In his current role, Roy is focused on scouting, recruitment, and talent identification in players at the collegiate, national, and international levels. He works closely with the Sporting Director Curt Onalfo and Assistant Sporting Director Chris Tierney in player evaluation and has a role in all soccer-related aspects of the organization, including communication with agents and facilitating MLS communication and compliance.

Roy was heavily engaged in the Revolution's scouting operations throughout his tenure as an assistant coach, contributing to the club's domestic and international scouting efforts. As an assistant coach, first under Steve Nicol and then for six seasons on Jay Heaps' staff, he worked primarily with the club’s first-team goalkeepers and provided additional training for the Revolution Academy goalkeepers.

During his time on the Revolution coaching staff, Roy mentored several talented goalkeepers and helped them each achieve success in the professional ranks. In addition to coaching former Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis in his pursuit of MLS longevity and success, Roy mentored longtime New England ‘keeper Brad Knighton, and helped Bobby Shuttleworth establish himself as one of the league’s premier goalkeepers since his debut in 2010.

Roy joined the Revolution after 10 years as the assistant coach and goalkeepers coach for both the men's and women's soccer teams at the University of Mobile in Alabama, his alma mater. During his tenure in Mobile, Roy was also a member of the Region III goalkeeping staff. Additionally, he served as the Puerto Rico national team's goalkeepers coach in its preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

In addition to his various coaching positions, Roy spent five years as a player-coach in the United Soccer League (USL) with the Syracuse Salty Dogs (2003) and the Virginia Beach Mariners (2004-07).

Roy played collegiately at the University of Mobile from 1997-99. In his final season in 1999, Roy garnered all-conference, all-region, and All-American honors. He also played five seasons in the Premier Development League (PDL) with the Jackson Chargers (1998-99), Des Moines Menace (2000), and the Spokane Shadow (2001).

Roy holds a USSF "A" License and Level I and II NSCAA Goalkeeping Licenses. A native of Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick, Canada, Roy lives south of Boston with his wife and three kids.