Academy Under-15s action

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy opened its 2021 MLS NEXT Spring Season over the weekend, with the Under-19s, Under-17s, Under-15s, and Under-14s travelling to Newton, Mass. to face Boston Bolts. In addition, multiple Revolution II players and Academy alumni saw MLS preseason action during the first team’s training camp in Los Angeles, Calif.

All four Revolution Academy teams will have next weekend off before returning to the field for a pair of matches the following week. On Saturday, April 10, all four teams will host Oakwood SC and will then host FC Westchester on Sunday, April 11. All four matches will be played at Gillette Stadium. Meanwhile, Revolution II’s preseason preparations continue ahead of the 28-game 2021 USL League One season, which kicks off Saturday, April 10.

Revolution MLS NEXT Highlights

  • Substitutes Estevao Gouveia (2003 – Nashua, N.H.) and Lucas Fernandez (2002 – Brockton, Mass.) combined for an equalizing goal in the second half for the U-19s in a 3-2 loss to Bolts.
  • Forward Jason Zacarias (2004 – Billerica, Mass.) scored the lone goal for the U-17s in their draw with Bolts while midfielder Giuseppe Ciampa (2006 – Westwood, Mass.), playing up from the U-15 side for the first time, recorded an assist.
  • Midfielder Angel Ortez (2006 – Revere, Mass.) picked up where he left off in the Fall, tallying a goal in a losing effort for the U-15s. In five games since joining the Revolution Academy last August, Ortez has totaled five goals and two assists.

Revolution II and Alumni Highlights

  • Defender and Revolution Academy graduate Colby Quiñones (2003 – Bedford, N.H.) and Revolution II forward Connor Presley both saw action in the Revolution’s first preseason match against LA Galaxy last Saturday night.
  • Defender Jon Bell and midfielder Maciel both signed MLS contracts with the Revolution on March 21, 2021, joining defender Collin Verfurth as the first three members to sign directly with the first team from Revolution II. The three all featured in New England preseason opener as well.
  • Goalkeeper Joe Rice and defender François Dulysse both also received an invitation to train with the first team during preseason. Rice has traveled with the team for camp in Los Angeles while Dulysse represented Haiti at the Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifying tournament in Mexico.


New England Revolution U-19s vs FC Boston Bolts U-19s
Saturday, March 27, 2020 – Mount Ida College (Newton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 2, FC Boston Bolts 3

Scoring Summary:
FCB – 6’
FCB – 39’
NE – Triton Beauvois (Penalty Kick) 60’
NE – Estevao Gouveia (Lucas Fernandez) 82’
FCB – 85’

Revolution U-19s: Alvaro Rodriguez (Nickolas Cardona HT); Greg MacLean, Cole Richardson, Valerio Tatafiore, Ethan Williams; Samuel White, Aidan Farwell, Jack Panayotou; Triton Beauvois (Estevao Gouveia 77’), Ronilson Mendes (Felipe Vieira 77’), Malcolm Fry (Lucas Fernandez 69’).

Substitutes Not Used: Gabriel de Godoi.


New England Revolution U-17s vs FC Boston Bolts U-17s
Saturday, March 27, 2020 – Mount Ida College (Newton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, FC Boston Bolts 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Jason Zacarias (Giuseppe Ciampa) 30’

Revolution U-17s: Brady Elmblad; Alexi Karalis, Jack LaBelle, Dylan Walsh, Steban Lopera (Matiwos Rumley 59’); Matteo Gomes (Randy Vang 69’), Chance Therrien, Giuseppe Ciampa (Brady Lewis 59’); Samson Kpardeh (Ed Fandunyan 69’), Jason Zacarias, Jordi Tornberg Ayala (Matt Bergquist 73’).

Substitutes Not Used: None


New England Revolution U-15s vs FC Boston Bolts U-15s
Saturday, March 27, 2020 – Mount Ida College (Newton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, FC Boston Bolts 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Angel Ortez (Unasssited)

Revolution U-15s: Ryan Carney; Luke Churchill (Kian Charris 62’), Daniel Woodward, Henrique Dias, Alexander Rapo; Jamie Kabuusu (Kevin Medina 48’), Alejandro Palacio, Alejandro Bacabac (Raphael Alves 48’); Enzo Goncalves (Ryan Viana 62’), Angel Ortez, Olger Escobar.

Substitutes Not Used: Sebastian Wraga.


New England Revolution U-14s vs FC Boston Bolts U-14s
Saturday, March 27, 2020 – Mount Ida College (Newton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 0, FC Boston Bolts 3

Scoring Summary:
FCB – 9’
FCB – 15’
FCB – 39’

Revolution U-14s: Ethan Virmalo (Miles Fleming HT); Jackson Danforth (T.J. Levisee 65’), Lucas Nurnberg (Nolan Murray HT), Sage Kinner, Matias Xhikneli (Fabian Alzate HT); Owen Zhang, Ian Hecker, Jaime Vega (Felipe Carvalho 55’); Everson Goglia, Luka Hislop, Conrad Sweatman (Caleb Chao HT).

Substitutes Not Used: Gavin Foley.