Confirming good start against the New England Revolution

The three Montreal Impact teams playing in the Development Academy are all off to a perfect start, but they face a tough challenge this weekend as they host the New England Revolution at Centre Nutrilait.

The Impact U15 will play at 10am, the U17 at 12:30pm and the U19 at 3pm.

It’s the second of three consecutive games against MLS academies. Next week, the Bleu-blanc-noir will host the Philadelphia Union at Centre Nutrilait.

Last weekend

NYCFC U15 1-4 Impact U15

NYCFC U17 1-3 Impact U17

NYCFC U19 1-2 Impact U19

Last weekend, the Impact got the better of New York City FC three times on their own turf. The three teams remained unbeaten and are now tied at the top of league standings with perfect records.

New England Revolution

The New England Revolution is in the same division as the Impact. Every year, both teams fight for top spot in the Northeast division.

The Revolution U15 is currently 6th in the division with a 1-1-1 record. The team lost its last game 1-0 against the Boston Bolts.

The U17 and U19 have a 2-1-0 record.

About the New England Revolution academy

The New England Revolution academy was founded in 2008. Four players from its first team have been developed there: Diego Fagundez, signed in 2010, Scott Caldwell, promoted in 2012, Zachary Herivaux, signed in 2015 and more recently, Isaac Angking, who joined the team in 2018.

The Revolution academy players train in Franklin, Massachusetts, on the fields of Dean College, also where the players live. Its Development Academy home games are either played at Bayside FC Facility, in East Providence, or at Gillette Stadium, in Foxborough.