Todd Kingston
Todd Kingston

Director of Data and Video Analytics

Todd Kingston at a Glance: 

  • New England’s head of analytics is in eighth season with the club, having joined the Revolution as Video Analyst in March 2017.
  • Led video analysis during New England’s Supporters’ Shield-winning season in 2021, when the Revolution set an MLS record with 73 regular season points.
  • Worked six-plus years at Opta, including his last two years as Head of Data Editorial in the United States. 
  • Studied economics at Drew University.

Todd Kingston is the New England Revolution’s Director of Data and Video Analytics, overseeing both the data analytics and video analysis departments for the club. The 2024 season marks Kingston’s eighth MLS season with the club, having originally joined New England as Video Analyst in March 2017.

After three seasons as Video Analyst, where he was responsible for producing video and data to help the coaching staff optimize the decision-making process, Kingston ascended to Head of Video Analysis after the 2019 season, a position he held for three years. He added data analytics to his responsibilities in October 2022.

Prior to arriving with the Revolution, Kingston spent six years at Opta from 2011-17, finishing as Head of Data Editorial for the company's U.S. division. In that role, he helped Major League Soccer and many of its clubs utilize data to make more informed decisions on competition, strategy, and player recruitment.

Kingston, who has experience as a youth soccer coach with the New York Red Bulls Youth Training Programs, also possesses advanced skills in programming, Python, Django, R, and SQL. He graduated from Drew University in 2004 with a degree in economics.

Kingston currently resides in Franklin, Massachusetts with his wife, Lindsay, and three children – Cali, Reid, and Elle. He is the younger brother of Jeff Kingston, Assistant General Manager and Vice President of Baseball Operations with the LA Dodgers of Major League Baseball.