Cranston, Rhode Island - May 1st, 2016
CLCF Soccer Club is continuing to strengthen its programs and is thrilled to announce a formal partnership with the New England Revolution Academy as the sole training and development arm of the organization. The Revolution Academy’s Player Development Programs are among the most innovative youth training programs in Major League Soccer, training players of all abilities in every aspect of the game: ball mastery, speed of play, movement on and off the ball and coordination and balance.The Revolution Academy will continue to run the CLCF U6 Rev's kickers program, run CLCF’s Select Soccer Tryouts on June 12th, as well as integrating player and coach education programming beginning this fall.
"...I believe our partnership will help to create a positive developmental path for all constituents of the CLCF soccer family."Deven Apajee
Director, NE Revolution Academy
Cranston resident Deven Apajee, who is the Revolution Academy Director said “The Revolution Academy is extremely excited to help and support the CLCF soccer program in its next phase of player development and coach education, I believe our partnership will help to create a positive developmental path for all constituents of the CLCF soccer family” Apajee, along with Alex Rozkov and Chris Clarke from the Revs Academy, and Howie Reiner from CLCF were the architects of the agreement. Deb Godbout from the Revs Academy and Tony DeSimone from CLCF also provided key support throughout the process.
"This relationship will help further develop and keep our players in Cranston by bringing the program to the forefront of youth soccer in the state."Mike Prew
Chairman, CLCF Soccer
“The CLCF Soccer Club is looking forward to a long term partnership with the Revolution Academy. This relationship will help further develop and keep our players in Cranston by bringing the program to the forefront of youth soccer in the state.” said Mike Prew, President of the CLCF Soccer Club. “We want to deliver the best possible soccer experience for the youth players in our community.”
Mike Prew, Chairman
CLCF Soccer Club