Andover Soccer Association (ASA) currently partners with our two local professional soccer league teams - the New England Revolution and the Boston Breakers. As a partner, the Revs and Breakers support our program with player and coach training throughout the year.
Revs Summer Programs
Revolution Academy Player Development Summer Programs
During the week long program, Revolution Academy coaches will use specialized training sessions to teach players the fundamentals of the game of soccer, with emphasis on a learning process that is characterized by repetition. The training sessions will be challenging, competitive, demanding and fun, giving players an insight into the professional academy environment and inspiring them to be the best players they can be.
August 5 – 8, 5pm - 8pm
Boston Breakers Partnership
Andover Soccer is excited to announce our youth soccer partnership with the Boston Breakers!!
Three members of the 2012 U.S. Olympic gold medal team, an Olympic bronze medalist from Canada, and young, rising stars from Canada and Mexico join the Boston Breakers for the 2013 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) season. Midfielder Heather O’Reilly, forward Sydney Leroux, and defender Heather Mitts led the U.S. to gold in London last summer.
Home games for the Breakers are played at Dilboy Stadium in Somerville, 3 miles from Route 93 – a great venue to get up and close with opposing players like players Alex Morgan, Shannon Boxx, Abby Wambach, Ali Krieger, Christine Sinclair, Hope Solo and many, many others.
Andover Soccer has 8 season tickets seats for each home game plus we are working with the Breakers as a training partner for our girl’s soccer program. Much more info to come on this partnership soon.
Watch the weekly ASA news blast about ASA night at the Breakers being announced soon.
If you want to pre-order tickets to Revs or Breakers games, or you want to reserve tickets for certain teams, please contact us. ASA can secure tickets now!
For more New England Revolution information, click here.
For more Boston Breakers information, click here.