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Another PK State Champ

14 Year Old Mateusz Slyk

14-year old RHAM comp player and Marlborough resident Mateusz Slyk won the Knights of Columbus penalty kick contest.  He is now the State Champion!!  Congrats Mateusz.

by posted 11/13/2017


LOCATION:  Wide World of Indoor Sports, Montville, CT

SESSION STARTS: Wednesday November 15th

Click here for more information.

by posted 10/30/2017

Evolution Soccer is offering multiple Winter Training Sessions

Location: Sports on 66, East Hampton

Starting Monday 6th November

Click on the image above or the links below for more program information.


U5 & U6 Dinomites Winter Clinic - Session 1

U7-U9 Champions Winter League - Session 1

U10-U12 World Cup Winter League - Session 1

Striker & Goalkeeper Winter Clinic - Session 1

Midfield & Defender Winter Clinic - Session 1

Elite Performance Training Winter Clinic - Session 1


by posted 10/30/2017
Revs Academy Free ID Center Clinic

November 13th East Windsor - Click on the image above for details and registration.

For boys born in the 2004 to 2009 birth years, these free regional ID Centers allow players to showcase their skills in front of the professional academy staff from the New England Revolution. Players will be separated by birth year pools and train in a fun and professional environment for 90 minute sessions. The Academy staff will be on-hand to observe the players and communicate with the players and parents about the development process of the New England Revolution Academy.

by posted 10/30/2017
Get aHEAD Safely in Soccer

“Eliminating head injuries in soccer is likely impossible, but reducing exposure to injury and, therefore, enhancing player safety is definitely not.” –Ian Barker, United Soccer Coaches Director of Coaching Education

United Soccer Coaches has launched Get aHEAD Safely in Soccer™, the first interactive online course developed to educate coaches on how to teach safer heading techniques for players ages 11-13. This 30-minute course is free and available to anyone and everyone interested in heading safety.

In November 2015, U.S. Soccer announced that as part of increasing the safety of players, there should be no heading in games or practice for any players at U11 and a limited amount of heading for U12 & U13. But as players start entering that age group with no heading exposure, coaches are seeking direction on how to best bring them up to speed on this key aspect of the game.


In developing the course, United Soccer Coaches teamed with the University of Delaware Concussion Research Laboratory as a science partner. Where soccer technique leaves off, the science of strength and conditioning comes in with neck and core strengthening. The course also includes a video introduction from U.S. Women’s Soccer veteran Abby Wambach.


  • Discover 5 practical ways to decrease the risk of concussions in soccer
  • Learn key coaching points for proper heading technique and training drills
  • Understand the techniques for the correct practice of “attacking” and “defensive” headers
  • Explore a series of interactive videos for neck and core strengthening exercises
  • Increase player safety by understanding head impact sensor technology and how it can be used to validate and enforce proper heading technique
  • Receive a United Soccer Coaches Diploma awarded upon completion


by posted 10/08/2017
FAI Coach/Parent Education Video

by posted 10/08/2017
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