This Saturday, the Development Academy Impact teams will be back at Centre Nutrilait to play against Seacoast United. These will be the first games at Centre Nutrilait in 2019. The U15 will play at 11am, the U17 at 13:30pm and the U19 at 4pm. Games are open to the public and entrance is free.
New England Revolution U15 0-1 Impact U15
New England Revolution U17 0-4 Impact U17
New England Revolution U19 2-4 Impact U19
The Impact U15 started the second half of the season in similar fashion to the first, with two wins. The team is still unbeaten this season with 11 wins and two draws, 55 goals scored and just 11 conceded.
The Impact U17 currently has a 10-5-1 record and is first of its division, while the Impact U19 is third of the division with a 7-5-2 record.
Head to head
Both clubs met in the first half of the season. The Bleu-blanc-noir won the three games.
Seacost United is in a bad way at the moment. The U15 team is second to last in its division with a 0-8-2 record, just like the U17 team with a 2-9-1 record. Seacoast United U19 is last in the division with a 1-11-0 record.
About Seacoast United
Seacoast United is a multisports club (soccer, field hockey, baseball and softball) founded in 1992. Its training facilities are in Epping, New Hampshire.
Charlie Davie was once one of their players, at the U13 and U14 level, before playing for the United States and several MLS clubs.