Director of Soccer Operations
Jason Gove is in his fifth season with the New England Revolution, and the first in his current role after being promoted to Director of Soccer Operations at the start of 2015. He joined the club in a full-time capacity in 2011 as the team’s Soccer Operations Coordinator then promoted in 2012 to Soccer Operations Manager.
In his current role as Director of Soccer Operations, Gove works with the technical staff and players on a daily basis in all areas of team operations and player administration. In addition to scheduling, planning, and operationalizing the team’s off-site preseason training, he oversees the team’s travel, event scheduling, player’s international transition, administrative issues and team equipment maintenance. He is also one of the players’ resources in the market for housing, transportation, and relocation.
In addition to his traditional team administration duties, Gove also directs field-level game day operations, including the management of game and league officials, visiting teams and the game day volunteer program. His visiting team responsibilities include scheduling training sessions and coordinating travel.
Gove originally joined the Revolution as a member of the team’s game day operations staff in 2009, and later completed a full-time internship with the Soccer Operations Department in 2010.
Gove began his full-time position with the Revolution while simultaneously completing his final two semesters of undergraduate coursework at Nichols College, where he earned his degree in Sport Management in December 2011.
Gove, a Northbridge, MA native, lives south of Boston. He was named 2013 Team Administrator of the Year by Major League Soccer by his peers and league executives.