Team News


05 Oct

MUTINY'S WEITHOFER SIGNS WITH ROMA

SPRINGFIELD, MA
New England Mutiny midfielder Julia Weithofer has signed a contract with Italian club Roma for the 2017-18 season. The East Longmeadow native will don the iconic "Giallorossi" (Yellows and Reds) colors of Roma worn by stars such as Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi and Bruno Conti. [read more]
02 Oct

MUTINY U16 BOYS WIN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP


New England Mutiny FC Boys U16s claim title to the "Best U16 Boys Team in Massachusetts". The team coached by Jason Blackburn recently completed their State Cup run as Champions. The boys went undefeated in their Round Robin matches and then returned to Citizen Bank fields in Lancaster, MA. on June 4th & 5th to complete their State Tournament run. They came out fast and determined from the first whistle of the Semi-Final match and finished with a 4-0 victory which earned them a spot in the State… [read more]
29 Jul

THREE MUTINY STARS NAMED TO ALL-EAST CONFERENCE TEAM

SPRINGFIELD, MA
United Women’s Soccer (UWS) announced the 2017 All-East Conference Team on Thursday and three players from the New England Mutiny were honored by the league office. Midfielder Brenna Brown, defender Jennifer Cafferky and forward Kate Howarth were selected to the All-Conference Team with Brown & Cafferky earning First Team plaudits while Howarth was named to the Second Team. New England (7-3) finished in third place in the conference race... [read more]
09 Jul

NEW ENGLAND MUTINY 4, WESTERN NEW YORK FLASH 0

EAST LONGMEADOW, MA
With their 4-0 win over the Western New York Flash (4-4-2) on Sunday afternoon at East Longmeadow High School, the 2017 season for the New England Mutiny (7-3) will continue on for one more week. New England now awaits the results from the last two regular season matches of the Long Island Rough Riders (5-2-1), who finish up their schedule next weekend. Long Island needs to win both matches for them to qualify for the second spot in the 2017 East Final (Tuesday, July 18). If they don’t, the Mutiny… [read more]
02 Jul

NEW ENGLAND MUTINY 4, NEW YORK MAGIC 0

EAST LONGMEADOW, MA
Over her five seasons with the New England Mutiny (6-3), forward Kate Howarth has evolved from an enigmatic presence in attack to a stalwart for the team on and off the pitch as team captain. In Sunday’s 4-0 win over the New York Magic (0-7-1), Howarth’s three-goal performance put her over the top on the Mutiny’s all-time scoring charts and also kept her team in the hunt for a spot in the East Final (July 18). The top two teams in the conference will battle it out for the automatic berth into the… [read more]
01 Jul

NEW JERSEY COPA FC 1, NEW ENGLAND MUTINY 0

HOLMDEL, NJ
The defending East Conference champion New Jersey Copa FC (7-1-1) held the door open for the New England Mutiny (5-3) at Saint John Vianney High School, but the visitors did not walk through and take advantage of a pair of first half scoring chances in a 1-0 road loss. Instead, a familiar nemesis haunted the Mutiny as 2016 UWS Player of the Year Krystyna Freda tallied the game-winning goal. Former New England goalkeeper Kristyn Shea notched the shutout for Copa while Gabby Arruda picked up the loss… [read more]
25 Jun

NEW ENGLAND MUTINY 2, NEW YORK SURF 0

E. LONGMEADOW, MA
The New England Mutiny welcomed back faces new and not-so-old to the side in their much-anticipated UWS East Conference match against the New York Surf at East Longmeadow High School. Forward Abby Sotomayor saw her first action in the Mutiny lineup since the first two games of this season, while New England veterans forward Chanel Johnson and midfielder McKenzie Hollenbaugh made their long-sought returns to the team... [read more]
05 Jun

NEW YORK MAGIC 0, NEW ENGLAND MUTINY 1

BROOKLYN, NY
The New England Mutiny avoided a disastrous two-game weekend road trip to New York City on Sunday night, coming away with a vital 1-0 win over the New York Magic at Poly Prep Country Day School. Local star Lauren Aldrich scored the game-winning goal in the 86th minute. After suffering a humbling 4-2 defeat to the New York Surf in the Bronx on Saturday, playing in Brooklyn the next day proved to be just as difficult a proposition for the Mutiny (3-1 East)... [read more]
03 Jun

NEW YORK SURF 4, NEW ENGLAND MUTINY 2

BRONX, NY
In their first big test of the Summer 2017 season, the New England Mutiny hit the road and traveled south to New York City to take on conference newcomers New York Surf - the amateur affiliate of Sky Blue FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). The battle for first place in the UWS East would go the hosts’ way as the Surf (2-0-1 East) scored two goals early in each half in the 4-2 victory over the Mutiny (2-1 East) at SUNY Maritime... [read more]
25 May

MUTINY FC & PIONEER VALLEY STORM JOIN FORCES

SPRINGFIELD, MA
Mutiny FC and the Pioneer Valley Storm are excited to announce the merger of the two Western Massachusetts-based soccer organizations. The two 10-team clubs will begin their new relationship with tryouts taking place next month at Holyoke High School (June 5th, 7th & 12-14). Through this partnership, players will now have a direct developmental path from youth academy soccer to professional soccer within one organization... [read more]
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