Academy Under-15s action

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Three of the four New England Revolution Academy teams took the field on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium in MLS NEXT spring season play, with the Under-17s and Under-15s both picking up wins over New York City FC, 2-0 and 2-1 respectively. The U-17s stretched their unbeaten streak to four matches while the U-15s are unbeaten in their last eight, including four consecutive victories. Additionally, the Under-19s defeated Black Rock Northwood, 5-1, in an exhibition match.

The U-17s will close out their MLS NEXT season on Thursday, May 27 hosting Seacoast United at Gillette Stadium. All four Academy teams will have Memorial Day weekend off while Revolution II will host Fort Lauderdale CF on Friday, May 28 at Gillette Stadium. The match is scheduled to kickoff at 5:00 p.m. ET (ESPN+).

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Revolution MLS NEXT Highlights

  • Forward Meny Silva (2002 – Roxbury, Mass.) tallied a goal and an assist for the U-19s while forward Michael Tsicoulias (2002 – Newton, Mass.) and midfielder Hikaru Fujiwara (2003 – Lexington, Mass.) each bagged a brace. Defender Greg MacLean (2002 – Walpole, Mass.) recorded an assist.
  • Forward Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) and midfielder Matteo Gomes (2004 – Dracut, Mass.) each scored their first goals of the season in a winning effort for the U-17s.
  • Isaie Louis (2005 – Everett, Mass.) and Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) each factored into the U-17s’ win with one assist each, their first helpers of the season.
  • Goalkeeper Matthew Tibbetts (2004 – Westborough, Mass.) made his third-straight appearance for the U-17s, recording his second consecutive clean sheet with three saves.
  • Forward Angel Ortez (2006 – Revere, Mass.) provided a goal and an assist to power the U-15s to a fourth consecutive victory. Strike partner Enzo Goncalves (2006 – Hyannis, Mass.) scored his team-leading ninth goal of the season in as many games while midfielder Giuseppe Ciampa (2006 – Westwood, Mass.) added his first assist of the season.


New England Revolution U-17s vs New York City FC U-17s
Sunday, May 23, 2021 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 2, New York City FC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Matteo Gomes (Isaie Louis) 35’
NE – Malcolm Fry (Jack Panayotou) 76’

Revolution U-17s: Matthew Tibbetts; Gabriel de Godoi, Matiwos Rumley, Dylan Walsh, Alex Parvu (Jack LaBelle 46’); Noel Buck, Matteo Gomes (Alexi Karalis 65’), Jack Panayotou; Malcolm Fry (Jason Zacarias 75’), Isaie Louis, Brandonn Bueno.

Substitutes Not Used: Max Weinstein, Ed Fandunyan, Brady Lewis.


New England Revolution U-15s vs New York City FC U-15s
Sunday, May 23, 2021 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 2, New York City FC 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Angel Ortez (Giuseppe Ciampa) 5’
NYC – 70’
NE – Enzo Goncalves (Angel Ortez) 72’

Revolution U-15s: Ryan Carney; Alejandro Palacio (Luke Churchill 70’), Kian Charris, Henrique Dias, Alexander Rapo; Jamie Kabuusu, Giuseppe Ciampa, Diego Xhikneli (Enzo Goncalves 55’); Jordi Tornberg Ayala (Hayes Benzan 78’), Angel Ortez (Daniel Woodward 78’), Olger Escobar (Kevin Medina 70’).

Substitutes Not Used: Sebastian Wraga, Ryan Viana.