EIGHT JOIN THE MUTINY FOR SUMMER 2016 SEASON
The New England Mutiny embark on a new journey this summer, as they are a founding member of the recently-established pro-am United Women’s Soccer (UWS) league. The Mutiny will have a core of veterans to rely upon this season, as seven returnees (plus one newcomer) highlight the first group of signings for their 2016 season in the six-team UWS East...
Mutiny & NWSL Preseason
Two former members of the New England Mutiny are taking part in NWSL preseason, as the professional league prepares for its 2016 season. Canadian WNT goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe has signed with the Washington Spirit as a designated player while local star Jenna Fisher takes part in Boston Breakers camp..
UWS to Form National Pro-Am Women’s Soccer League in 2016
United Women’s Soccer (UWS) is pleased to announce the formation of a new pro-am women’s soccer league, sanctioned by US Soccer through USASA, which will commence its inaugural season in Spring 2016. In addition to providing a platform for some of the nation’s best female talent, the UWS plans to promote the women’s game to younger players...
New England Mutiny help form new United Women's Soccer league
It appeared as though the New England Mutiny women's soccer club had finally reached its breaking point with the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL). In the wake of multiple controversies regarding playoff seeding and short-sighted scheduling, the Mutiny posted a heated press release toward the end of the WPSL's 2015 season...
Mutiny move on to East Final
TRUMBULL, CT - It didn’t matter if the game was played in eastern Massachusetts or southern Connecticut, the New England Mutiny (8-1) held the run of play against Yankee Lady F.C. (6-2-1) for the full 90 minutes in the East semifinal and won, 2-0. The Power 5 Division champions now move on to the East final on Sunday at 3:00 PM at Hormel Stadium in Medford, MA against the Boston Breakers Reserves (9-0-1)...
Mutiny's WPSL East semifinal moved to Connecticut
The 2015 WPSL East semifinal between the Power 5 Division champion New England Mutiny (7-1) and the Seacoast United Phantoms (7-2-1, 2nd-place Northeast) set for Saturday at 1:00 PM at Hormel Stadium in Medford, MA has been cancelled. The Phantoms could not field a team and after various playoff possibilities, the WPSL settled on moving the Mutiny’s semifinal match to 2:00 PM at Saint Joseph’s High School in Trumbull, CT: the home field of Mid-Atlantic Division champion Yankee Lady F.C. (6-1-1)...
Mutiny defeat BuxMont Torch FC
Less than 24 hours after clinching the top spot in the Power 5 Division, the New England Mutiny closed out their regular season Sunday afternoon, using four different scorers to defeat BuxMont Torch FC. The game demonstrated the progression the Mutiny (7-1) made throughout the season as they capitalized on their chances to defeat the Torch 4-0 at East Longmeadow High School...
Mutiny capture Power 5 Division title, qualify for East playoffs
TEANECK, NJ - The New England Mutiny (6-1) left nothing to chance in their bid for the 2015 Power 5 Division title on Saturday night at Fairleigh Dickinson University. University of Massachusetts forward Megan Burke netted a brace for New England as they won by a 5-1 score and captured the division title & berth into the WPSL East Region playoffs, held the weekend of July 18-19...
Mutiny look to wrap up WPSL Power 5 Division title this weekend
The New England Mutiny face a tough road-home weekend to finish off the regular season, but with a chance to tie up the Power 5 Division title with one win in two matches, the mood on the team's ship is buoyant. The Mutiny travel to New Jersey to face Jersey Blues F.C. (1-3-3) on Saturday night and make the quick return trip northwards for Sunday's final home game vs. Buxmont Torch F.C. (3-4-0)...
Mutiny battles the weather again in 3-1 win over Inferno
MILLERSVILLE, PA - The New England Mutiny and Lancaster Inferno battled Mother Nature once again in the rubber math of the team's series in the WPSL Power 5 division at Millersville University on Saturday. And after another 90 minutes of play, the Mutiny were the victors again as they defeated the Inferno by a 3-1 score...