Collin Verfurth

Collin Verfurth
Collin Verfurth
Collin Verfurth
Real Name: Collin Verfurth
HT: 6' 4" WT: 190
Pronunciation: VERR-furth
Age: 24 (03/08/1996)
Birthplace: Reston, Virginia
Hometown: Ashburn, Virginia

Updated September 18, 2020


  • The first player in club history to ascend from the Revolution II roster to the MLS first team.
  • Among first four players signed to the inaugural Revolution II USL League One roster in January 2020.
  • Played four season at Virginia Tech in the Atlantic Coast Conference, totaling 72 games played with nine goals.
  • Made one appearance for D.C. United, playing the full 90 minutes of an international friendly against Real Betis in May 2018.
  • Spent the 2019 season with Loudoun United of the USL Championship.

MLS CAREER (2020): Signed from Revolution II on July 6, 2020…One of the first four players to sign to the Revolution II USL League One roster…On Jan. 7, 2020, became the first player in club history to advance from Revolution II to the first team roster six months later…Has yet to make MLS debut…Started eight games at center back for Revolution II and leads USL League One with 38 clearances.

2019 (with D.C. United): While playing for the club’s USL Championship affiliate, started and played 90 minutes for D.C. United in a pair of international friendlies against Real Betis (Spain) and Marseille (France).

CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Became one of the first four players signed by New England Revolution II on Jan. 7, 2020…Played in all four Revs II preseason matches, making three starts…Has started eight games during the 2020 season with 682 minutes played…Leads USL League One with 38 clearances…Made 23 appearances for Loudoun United of the USL Championship in 2019, starting 22 games and amassing 1,968 minutes, only being subbed off on two occasions…Totaled 103 clearances, 94 duels, 37 aerial duels, and 29 tackles won…Finished with an 83.2 percent passing accuracy for the 2019 season, including 91.8 percent in his own half…Recorded an assist in a 3-1 win over Charlotte Independence on May 11, 2019…Played for Northern Virginia United of the NPSL in 2018…Joined Reading United of the Premier Development League (now USL League Two) in 2017.

(2020): Has started and worn the captain’s armband in each of Revolution II’s first eight matches this season… (7/25) vs. OMA: Finished with a game-high eight clearances in 90-minute start in 0-0 draw in club’s inaugural match… was issued a yellow card in stoppage time… (8/7) vs. ORL: Made second consecutive 90-minute start in 2-0 defeat… (8/15) at NTX: Started and played 90 minutes... (8/21) vs. RIC: Started and played 90 minutes, recording 88 touches and seven interceptions... (8/26) vs. GVL: Set a season high with 11 clearances in a 90-minute effort.

COLLEGE (VIRGINIA TECH): Played four seasons at Virginia Tech, starting 68 of his 72 games played and scoring nine goals, five of which were game-winners…Started and played in 19 games during his senior season, scoring a career-high four goals…Tallied the winning goal in victories over Air Force (11/16/17) and Creighton (8/25/17)…Played in 21 games, all starts, as a junior in 2016 scoring two goals and one assist…Both goals in 2016 were game-winners against Delaware (9/20/16) and Georgetown (9/5/16)…Recorded the only assist of his collegiate career in a 7-1 win over Virginia Military Institute on Oct. 4, 2016…Started in 15 of 16 games played during the 2015 season…Scored goals in consecutive games during his sophomore season against Belmont (10/27/15) and Duke (10/30/15)…Started 13 of his 16 games played during the 2014 season…Netted first collegiate goal, a game-winner, in a 1-0 victory over the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on Sept. 16, 2014.

PERSONAL: Born in Reston, Va. …Finance major at Virginia Tech…One of five brothers…Four-year varsity letterwinner in soccer at Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Virginia…Made First Team All-State as a junior and a senior…Named Team MVP and Captain during his junior year in 2013, setting a school record with 18 goals that season…Led Briar Woods to a State Semifinals appearance in 2013 and a State Quarterfinals appearance in 2012…Was a team captain for his club team, Loudoun ’95 Red, leading the team to a Virginia State Cup in 2012 and earning the number-four ranking in the GotSoccer National U-19 poll.

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