New England Revolution
Marcelo Neveleff enters his first season as assistant coach for the New England Revolution after joining Head Coach Brad Friedel’s staff in November 2017. Neveleff brings extensive coaching experience at both the domestic and international levels to New England. He most recently served as a U.S. Soccer technical advisor for the Southeastern United States as part of the Boys' Development Academy.
A native of Argentina, Neveleff has previously served as head coach for six different clubs over the course of his coaching career. He coached the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the North American Soccer League (NASL) in 2015 after serving as manager for Bolivian top-flight sides C.D. Jorge Wilstermann (2011-12) and Club Aurora (2012). With Wilstermann, Neveleff led the club in the 2011 Copa Libertadores – the most prestigious club tournament in South America. He also
Prior to coaching in Colombia, Neveleff worked as an assistant coach with the NASL's Miami FC from 2009-10, and was head coach at Brazilian side Clube Desportivo Sete de Setembro from 2007-08. While with Sete de Setembro, Neveleff led the club to promotion into Brazil's top flight. He was also head coach for United States Interregional Soccer League (now USL) clubs Jacksonville Cyclones from 1997-98 and Myrtle Beach Sea Dawgs in 1999.
Before joining U.S. Soccer's Boys Development Academy as a technical advisor, Neveleff also spent time on the U.S. Soccer Federation's instructional staff and on the Under-14 Boy's National Team staff. He was a member of the coaching staff, along with Brad Friedel, for the Under-20 national team that won the 2017 CONCACAF U-20 Championship.
In addition to his coaching experience, Neveleff served as the technical director of Weston FC, a U.S. Soccer Development Academy and one of the preeminent youth clubs in South Florida, from 2009-15. He oversaw the development of both the boys and girls program and was named U.S. Soccer Academy Coach of the Year in 2010-11. In 2015, he helped the club earn an expansion bid to the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL).
Neveleff holds the USSF National 'A' and Youth coaching licenses