Revolution Academy Product Peyton Miller Called Up to U.S. Under-16 Men’s National Team 


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution Academy product Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.) has been called up to the U.S. Under-16 Youth National Team ahead of the U-16 Football Federations Cup in Albir, Spain where the USA will face Spain in its opening match followed by two further placement matches.

Miller, 15, will be making his second appearance with the U.S. Youth National Team after earning his first call-up in February for a U-15 training camp in Chula Vista, Calif. The Unionville, Conn. native previously received an invitation to the U.S. Soccer Youth National Team Regional Identification Center in September 2021. Miller has scored five goals across his eight starts in nine appearances with New England’s U-17s so far this season.

Appointed as head coach on Nov. 15, Michael Nsien will lead his first training camp with the U.S. U-16 Youth National Team. Players born on or after Jan. 1, 2007 are age-eligible for this U-16 MYNT cycle and 20 players will make the trip to Spain, 19 born in 2007 and one born in 2008. All 20 players are age-eligible for next winter’s Concacaf U-17 Championship in Guatemala.

U.S. Under-16 Men’s National Team Roster by Position (Club, Hometown):

GOALKEEPERS (2): Zackory Campagnolo (Orlando City SC; Orlando, Fla.), Mohammed Shour (Seattle Sounders FC; Seattle, Wash.)

DEFENDERS (6): Nichola Almeida (Inter Miami CF; Boynton Beach, Fla.), Michael Cortellessa (FC Dallas; Prosper, Texas), Peyton Miller (New England Revolution; Unionville, Conn.), James Nyandjo (Charlotte FC; Huntersville, N.C.), Neil Pierre (Philadelphia Union; Woodlyn, Pa.), Jeremiah White (Philadelphia Union; Elkins Park, Pa.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Santiago Morales (Inter Miami CF; Weston, Fla.), Zachary Mastrodimos (Philadelphia Union; Exton, Pa.), Bryce Outman (FC Dallas; Fairview, Texas), Ervin Torres (Austin FC; Austin, Texas), Blake Willey (Sacramento Republic FC; Sacramento, Calif.), Nathan Worth (New York Red Bulls; Chester, N.J.)

FORWARDS (6): Nimfasha Berchimas (Charlotte FC; High Point, N.C.), Montrell Culbreath (Kaiserslautern/GER; Bruchmühlbach-Miesau, Germany), Zavier Gozo (Real Salt Lake; Eagle Mountain, Utah), Ruben Ramos Jr. (LA Galaxy; La Puente, Calif.), Noah Santos (Portland Timbers; Vancouver, Wash.), Gavin Turner (D.C. United; Fairfax, Va.)


Wednesday, Nov. 23
A1: Spain vs. USA - 11 a.m. local / 5 a.m. ET - La Nucía Estadi Olímpic
B1: Japan vs. Wales - 6 p.m. local / 12 p.m. ET - La Nucía Camilo Cano
C1: Belgium vs. England - 4 p.m. local / 10 a.m. - Benidorm (Guillermo Amor)
D1: Mexico vs. Germany - 11 a.m. local / 5 a.m. ET - Alfax (Estadio Municipal Pau Gasol)

Friday, Nov. 25
E1: Winner A1 vs. Winner B1 - TBA
F1: Winner C1 vs. Winner D1 - TBA
G1: Loser A1 vs. Loser B1 - TBA
H1: Loser C1 vs. Loser D1 - TBA

Sunday, Nov. 27
7th/8th Place: Loser G1 vs. Loser H1 - TBA
5th/6th Place: Winner G1 vs. Winner H1 - TBA
3rd/4th Place: Loser E1 vs. Loser F1 - TBA
Championship: Winner E1 vs. Winner F1 - TBA

The tournament matches will not be live-streamed, but will be posted on the tournament organizer’s YouTube channel post-game.

The Revolution Academy continues their MLS NEXT fall season this weekend as all four teams travel to take on Cedar Stars Academy on Saturday and BW Gotschee Academy on Sunday. More information on Revolution Academy’s teams and programs can be found at