Seacoast United Players To Attend US Soccer Training Center

Six players from Seacoast United Soccer Club were invited to participate in the U.S. Soccer Training Center this weekend at the Dana-Farber Field House located at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.   The boys will train on Saturday, January 28th and the girls will train on Sunday, January 29th.  Read more...

Six players from Seacoast United Soccer Club were invited to participate in the U.S. Soccer Training Center this weekend at the Dana-Farber Field House located at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.   The boys will train on Saturday, January 28th, followed by the girls who will train on Sunday, January 29th.  All players taking part in the 3-hour session will be separated by birth year, with groupings of 1993-1996, and 1997-1998.

Midfielder Jordan Misiri (U16 Development Academy) and goalkeeper Billy Sinibaldi (U14 Pre-Academy) will represent the Seacoast United boys, while striker Rachel Hill, midfielder Lydia Simmons (both of U17 Girls Premier), midfielder Gabrielle Brummet (U14 Girls Premier), and midfielder/defender Katie Day (U15 Girls Premier) will represent the girls program.  Hill and Simmons are members of the team that won the Super Y National Championship in December.  Day and Sinibaldi had also participated in the Training Center that took place in Portland Connecticut on November 5th, 2011.

"We are delighted to have players involved in our program identified by US Soccer as potential National pool players," commented Seacoast United Director of Coaching Iain Scott.  "We believe that the new curriculum and level of competiveness within the club will continue to produce more players of this caliber which ultimately benefits Soccer in our area and at National Level."

The U.S. Soccer Training Centers are designed to replicate national team training camps.  The Training Center program is an integral part of U.S. Soccer’s effort to develop teams that will represent the United States in all international competitions such as the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup.  Read more on U.S. Soccer’s Identification Process on their website here.