Academy Under-15s goal celebration

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All four New England Revolution Academy teams took the field in MLS NEXT spring season play last weekend with a trip to face Met Oval in Maspeth, N.Y. The Under-15s led the charge for New England, claiming a 3-0 victory to extend the team’s unbeaten streak to six matches.

The U-19, U-17, U-15, and U-14 Revolution Academy teams will travel to New York again next weekend for matches against New York Soccer Club on Saturday, May 15. Additionally, Revolution II resumes its 2021 USL League One season on Wednesday night with a home match against Union Omaha at 5:00 p.m. ET (ESPN+), followed by a meeting with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC on Sunday, May 16 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Earlier today, Major League Soccer announced details for the inaugural MLS NEXT Cup Playoffs, which will crown champions in four age groups (U15, U16, U17, and U19). The championship tournament will take place from June 25 – July 3 in Frisco, Texas, as the top 128 teams in the nation will compete for hardware to conclude the inaugural 10-month MLS NEXT season. Designed to replicate the current MLS playoff format, the MLS NEXT Cup Playoffs will be a single-elimination tournament with 32 teams in each age group. Teams will qualify for the tournament on a points per game basis during the regular season. Click here for complete information on the competition.

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Revolution MLS NEXT Highlights

  • Midfielder Triton Beauvois (2003 – Malden, Mass.) found his scoring touch once again for the U-19s, finishing off a cross from defender Zachary Sardi-Santos (2003 – Newton, Mass.).
  • Goalkeeper Matthew Tibbetts (2004 – Westborough, Mass.) returned from injury on Saturday, making three saves in a 1-1 draw for the U-17s. Forward Brandonn Bueno (2004 – Framingham, Mass.) scored the lone goal for New England with an assist from Matiwos Rumley (2005 – Hebron, Conn.).
  • Forward Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) bagged a brace for the U-15s, scoring both goals over a nine-minute span before being subbed off for Enzo Goncalves (2006 – Hyannis, Mass.), who scored his team-leading 10th goal of the season in the final minute of the match.
  • Forwards Raphael Alves (2007 – Framingham, Mass.) and Everson Goglia (2007 – Bristol, R.I.) both tallied goals in the opening 10 minutes for the U-14s on Saturday.


New England Revolution U-19s vs Met Oval U-19s
Saturday, May 8, 2021 – Met Oval Field (Maspeth, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 1, Met Oval 5

Scoring Summary:
MET – 41’
MET – 48’
NE – Triton Beauvois (Zachary Sardi-Santos) 57’
MET – 65’
MET – 85’
MET – 90’

Revolution U-19s: Marzuq Puckerin; Ethan Williams (Cole Richardson 53’), Cole Dewhurst, Taha Kina, Zachary Sardi-Santos (Greg MacLean 53’); Morris Matthews (Lucas Fernandez 72’), Samuel White, Aidan Farwell; Ronilson Mendes (Felipe Vieira 72’), Triton Bauvouis, Isaie Louis (Estevao Gouveia 60’).

Substitutes Not Used: Alvaro Rodriguez, Valerio Tatafiore.


New England Revolution U-17s vs Met Oval U-17s
Saturday, May 8, 2021 – Met Oval Field (Maspeth, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 1, Met Oval 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Brandonn Bueno (Matiwos Rumley) 15’
MET – 69’

Revolution U-17s: Matthew Tibbetts; Gabriel de Godoi (Jack Burkhardt 83’), Alexi Karalis, Matiwos Rumley, Steban Lopera; Chance Therrien (Alex Parvu 56’), Dylan Walsh, Jack Panayotou; Jason Zacarias (Samson Kpardeh 65’), Brandonn Bueno, Malcolm Fry.

Substitutes Not Used: Brady Elmblad, Brady Lewis, Ed Fandunyan, Jack LaBelle.


New England Revolution U-15s vs Met Oval U-15s
Saturday, May 8, 2021 – Met Oval Field (Maspeth, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 3, Met Oval 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Olger Escobar (Jordi Tornberg Ayala) 44’
NE – Olger Escobar (Unassisted) 53’
NE – Enzo Goncalves (Alejandro Palacio) 80’

Revolution U-15s: Ryan Carney; Luke Churchill (Alejandro Palacio 53’), Kian Charris, Henrique Dias, Alexander Rapo; Jamie Kabuusu, Giuseppe Ciampa, Diego Xhikneli (Kevin Medina 64’); Jordi Tornberg Ayala, Angel Ortez (Alessandro Bacabac 64’), Olger Escobar (Enzo Goncalves 53’).

Substitutes Not Used: Sebastian Wraga, Hayes Benzan, Ryan Viana, Daniel Woodward.


New England Revolution U-14s vs Met Oval U-14s
Saturday, May 8, 2021 – Met Oval Field (Maspeth, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 2, Met Oval 3

Scoring Summary:
NE – Everson Goglia (Unassisted) 3’
NE – Raphael Alves (Unassisted) 10’
MET – 21’
MET – 50’
MET – 79’

Revolution U-14s: Miles Fleming; Jackson Danforth, Lucas Nuernberg, Sage Kinner, Leo Lopez; Owen Zhang, Conrad Sweatman, Jaime Vega; Raphael Alves, Nolan Murray, Everson Goglia.

Substitutes Used: Ethan Virmalo, Fabian Alzate, Felipe Carvalho, Caleb Chao, Luka Hislop, T.J. Levisee, Matias Xhikneli.