New England Revolution Academy 2024 Generation adidas Cup Preview

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (March 29, 2024) – The Revolution Academy Under-17 and Under-15 teams are heading to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. to compete in the 2024 Generation adidas Cup. New England is one of 49 clubs participating in the annual tournament with competitors from a record-breaking 15 countries spanning four continents. New England will kick off group stage action on Saturday, March 30, looking to advance to the tournament’s single-elimination championship bracket.

The U-17s will compete in Group G alongside Houston Dynamo FC, Colorado Rapids, and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors from South Korea. New England’s U-17s are coming off a 1-0 win over Nashville SC last weekend where Ivan Villalobos Lopez (2009 – Lumberton, N.C.) tallied the game-winner in the 81st minute. Owen Beninga (2007 – Jackson, W.Y.) earned the start in net to mark his seventh clean sheet of the season. The U-17s own an 11-2-4 record across the 2023-24 season and are 2-1-3 against MLS academies this year.

The U-15s are set to take on Arsenal FC, Minnesota United, and Orlando City in Group G play at Generation adidas Cup. New England fell to Nashville, 1-0, last Saturday before defeating FC Westchester on Sunday, 4-2. Judah Siqueira (2009 – South Easton, Mass.) recorded a brace to extend his team lead in goals scored to 14 on the season. Levi Katsell (2009 – San Diego, Calif.) and Aarin Prajpati (2009 – Boston, Mass.) also tallied in the match to secure the U-15s’ 12th win of the season.

New England’s U-19s, U-14s, and U-13s were all action last weekend, facing off against FC Westchester. The U-19s recorded a 3-0 shutout victory with Gabriel Chavez (2005 – Wethersfield, Conn.) netting a hat trick in the match. Ryan Carney (2006 – Dunstable, Mass.) started in net with Kevin Christensen (2006 – Framingham, Mass.) subbing in to combine for their team’s third clean sheet of the season.

The U-14s earned a 6-1 win over FC Westchester on Sunday. Lucas Pereira (2010 – East Merrimack, N.H.) tallied twice while David Sellars (2010 – Holbrook, Mass.), Rikelme De Almeida (2011 – Easton, Mass.), Kenny Mills (2009 – Brockton, Mass.), and Alejandro Garza (2010 – Hartford, Conn.) also all scored in the match to mark New England’s 16th win of the season.

The U-13s recorded their 22nd consecutive victory on Sunday with a 4-1 win over FC Westchester. After going down a man in the 13th minute, New England’s Boston Kahoalii (2012 – Whitman, Mass.) netted a brace while Navayush Gurung (2011 – Medford, Mass.) and Landon Ho Sang (2011 – Ludlow, Mass.) both also found the back of the net. To date, New England’s U-13s have tallied 109 goals so far this season.

While the U-15s and U-17s compete in GA Cup for the next 10 days, New England’s U-19s, U-14s, and U-13s continue the MLS NEXT regular season with a visit to Bayside FC on Saturday. Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy. More information about the 2024 Generation adidas Cup can be found here.

New England Revolution U-19s vs. FC Westchester U-19s
Sunday, March 24, 2024
New England Revolution 3, FCW 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Gabriel Chavez (Kian Charris) 27’
NE – Gabriel Chavez 61’
NE – Gabriel Chavez 70’

Revolution U-19s: Ryan Carney (Kevin Christensen 71’); Mason Sullivan, Kian Charris, Garrett Holman (Henrique Dias 71’); Steban Lopera, Jamie Kabuusu (Alex Rapo 65’), Giuseppe Ciampa, Alex Parvu; Gabriel Chavez, Ayden Kokoszka (Gershom Matimano 71’); Enzo Goncalves (Malik Akin 65’).

Substitutes Not Used: Cliff-Grova Rwabira.

New England Revolution U-17s vs. Nashville SC U-17s
Saturday, March 23, 2024
New England Revolution 1, Nashville SC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Ivan Villalobos Lopez 81’

Revolution U-17s: Owen Beninga; Aidan Reilly, Sheridan McNish, Simon Henao, Eli Ackerman; Joshua Partal; Judah Siqueira (Paolo Tornberg Ayala 70’), Bryan Norena (Braydon Fagundes 90’), Javaun Mussenden (Gershom Matimano 78’), Cristiano Carlos; Robert Nichols (Ivan Villalobos Lopez 46’). 

Substitutes Not Used: Julian Chapman, Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas.

New England Revolution U-15s vs. Nashville SC U-15s
Saturday, March 23, 2024
New England Revolution 0, Nashville SC 1

Scoring Summary:
NSH – 52’

Revolution U-15s: Ryker Fauth; Tobin Farmer (Lucas Pereira 72’), Alex Glassman, Makai Harr, Jonathan Cante; Paolo Tornberg Ayala (Will Spaulding 60’); Aarin Prajpati (Brandon Velez 46’), Levi Katsell (Kauan De Campos 60’), Ivan Villalobos Lopez (Brian Brooks 46’), Josh Macedo; Kaleb De Oliveira. 

Substitutes Not Used: Reinner Fidelis, Nathan Jackson.

New England Revolution U-15s vs. FC Westchester U-15s
Sunday, March 24, 2024
New England Revolution 4, FCW 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Levi Katsell 27’
NE – Aarin Prajapati (Judah Siqueira) 29’
NE – Judah Siqueira 46’
NE – Judah Siqueira (Kaisei Korytoski) 50’
FCW – 76’
FCW – 80’

Revolution U-15s: Reinner Fidelis; William Spaulding (Brandon Velez 61’), Makai Harr, Alex Glassman, Nathan Jackson; Paolo Tornberg Ayala (Frankie Caruso 46’), Judah Siqueira (Jonathan Cante 61’), Brian Brooks (Tobin Farmer 51’); Levi Katsell, Zackary Chaib (Kaisei Korytoski 46’), Aarin Prajpati.

Substitutes Not Used: Ryker Fauth.

New England Revolution U-14s vs. FC Westchester U-14s
Sunday, March 24, 2024
New England Revolution 6, FCW 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – David Sellars (Stefan Gorea) 13’
NE – Lucas Pereira 20’
NE – Rikelme De Almeida (Braeden Andersen) 26’
NE – Lucas Pereira (Kenny Mills) 38’
NE – Kenny Mills (Alejandro Garza) 50’
NE – Alejandro Garza (Lucas Pereira) 63’

Revolution U-14s: Mason Yang; Jude Chisholm, Stefan Gorea, Kauan De Campos, Niaz Sacirbey; Davi Pereira, David Sellars, Shayne Dos Santos; Braeden Andersen, Lucas Pereira, Rikelme De Almeida

Substitutes Used: Alejandro Garza, Kenny Mills, Logan Azar, Alex Gomes.

New England Revolution U-13s vs. FC Westchester U-13s
Sunday, March 24, 2024
New England Revolution 4, FC Westchester 1

Scoring Summary:
FCW – 12’
NE – Boston Kahoalii (Brennan McWeeny) 19’
NE – Boston Kahoalii 35’
NE – Navayush Gurung (Vaughn Scholz) 47’
NE – Landon Ho Sang (Brennan McWeeny) 55’

Revolution U-13s: Charles Wallace; Asher Bremser, Vaughn Scholz, Dalu Nwazojie, John Munko; Noah Previtera, Brennan McWeeny, Boston Kahoalii; Landon Ho Sang, Navayush Gurung, Arthur Bernardino.

Substitutes Used: Sawyer Yoder, Nolan Nairn, Jason Kamerzel-Smith, Marlon Quijada.