There will be more action at Centre Nutrilait this Saturday, as the Bleu-blanc-noir’s teams in the Development Academy are hosting Seacoast United.
The U15 teams will play at 10am, the U17 at noon and the U19 at 2:30pm.
The Impact U15 is first in its group with a 13-5-0 record. The team won its last six games with an impressive 32 goals scored.
The U17 team is second in its group but allowed only three goals in its last six games.
Philippe Eullaffroy’s U19 team has earned three consecutive clean sheets.
Last games results
Impact U15 – New York Soccer Club U15: 6-2 win
Impact U17 – Empire United U17: 5-0 win
Impact U19 – FC Greater Boston Bolts U19: 3-0 win
Head to head
On October 21, the two clubs faced off in Epping, New Hampshire. The Impact U15 lost 1-0, while the U17 and U19 teams won 5-0.
Seacoast United U15 has a 4-7-6 record with only 17 goals scored in 16 games. Its most recent win goes back to November 18, against Empire United.
The U17 and U19 teams are both last in their group, the main reason being because of the number of goals they give up. In 19 games, both teams have allowed 59 goals.
About Seacoast United
Seacoast United is a multisport club (soccer, field hockey, baseball and softball) that was founded in 1992. Its facilities are in Epping, New Hampshire.
Among the players that graduated from Seacoast United, two of them signed contracts with USL clubs: Gabe Hoffman-Johnson (Saint-Louis) and Stefan Defregger (Rochester). The most famous one is certainly Charlie Davies, who played with the U13 and U14 teams of Seacoast. Davies went on to represent the U.S. national team, played for the New England Revolution in MLS and is now retired from professional soccer.