Gabriel Antinoro

Impact hosts Met Oval at Centre Nutrilait on Sunday

After a three-win weekend in New Hampshire, the U15 and U17 Impact teams will be back at Centre Nutrilait this weekend to host the Metropolitan Oval Academy, at 10am and 12:30pm respectively. Games are open to the public. As for the U19 team, it will be back in action on November 4.

Last results

Seacoast United U15 1-6 Impact U15

Seacoast United U17 1-5 Impact U17

A good bounce-back win for the Academy teams who suffered losses against the Philadelphia Union the week before. They are now back to winning ways, solidifying their position at the top of the division.

The opponent

The Met Oval U15 season is going well. The club is in the same division as the Impact and is currently in fifth, in front of NYCFC, but still out of the playoff picture with a 4-2-1 record. The team won its last game 3-2 against BW Gottschee and has one of the league’s best scorers, Massimo Murania Yankowitz, who scored nine goals in seven matches.

The U17 team is having a tougher start to the season, as it sits before last in the Northeast division with a 1-4-2 record. The only positive point is that its only win came in the last game, a 3-1 win against BW Gottschee.

About Met Oval

The Metropolitan Oval Academy (Met Oval) was founded in 1925 in the region of New York. Today, the club is affiliated with NYCFC in MLS and has Development Academy teams in the U12, U13, U14, U15 and U17 age categories.

Amongst the high-level players coming out of this academy, Justin Haak stands out, as he is now with the U19 NYCFC team. He is on route to becoming one of the next homegrown players that New York City FC will sign.

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