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Thank you for attending the Combine

We would like to thank all those players who came out to showcase their skills, all the coaches and managers for attending, and the Mill Works staff for all their help running the Combine.

We hope everyone enjoyed a fun afternoon of soccer. 

If you are player and need further help finding a team in your area, please feel free to email us. 

Mass Soccer


Kendall Wanderers will play Lansdowne Bhoys in Regional Cup Action!

04/10/2017, 9:00am EDT
By National Cup Commissioners

USASA ANNOUNCEMENT: Kendall Wanderers FC (MA) and Lansdowne Bhoys FC (ENY) are scheduled to face off on Sunday, 23 April at Pines Bank Park in Malden, Massachusetts. The match start time is scheduled for 12:30. Come join us to cheer on Kendall Wanderers as they compete in USASA National Fricker Cup regional play!  Go Kendall!!!


Summary of State level competition:

Kendall Wanderers defeated Safira in a close 2-0 match in the USASA National Fricker Cup Men's Open State Finals. 

USASA Mengel Cup State Champion: Kel Kau!

03/29/2017, 3:30pm EDT
By National Cup Commissioners

1pm: O30 Finals Results: OT - Kel Kau (4) vs Warehouse Gunners (2)

Kel Kau and Warehouse Gunners were tied at the end of regulation.  Kel Kau scored 2 goals in the OT period.

Southie FC in USASA National Amateur Cup: Results

03/23/2017, 10:45am EDT
By Liz McQuilkin

On Saturday night, at Tibbetts Brooke Park Field in Yonkers, NY, Southie FC was defeated 0-2 by Lansdowne Bhoys FC in the Regional 1 Amateur cup match. It was a tough road game against a strong rival. The Boys in Neon represented Massachusetts State Soccer well. 

"So proud of these guys. The passion, commitment & team first attitude was first class. And a BIG thank you to all the fans, family and friends who showed up. Your support was truly amazing!” - Sean Bakhtiari

Congrats to Southie FC for an exciting Amateur Cup Tournament. 

Safira!!! USASA Region I Men's Indoor Champions!!

03/06/2017, 9:20pm EST
By Liz McQuilkin

The men's bracket was exciting and thrilling, match after match. Each game showcased highly skilled players with a true passion for soccer.  The veterans of Lexington Eagles kept each match close, while SVU, Playwright, New England FC, and Future all battled to see who would make it to the finals against undefeated Safira.  It should be noted that the men in green, Playwright, came the closest to  containing Safira, holding them to a 1-0 victory with Safira scoring in the last minutes of the game.  

It was, however, the men of SVU who fended off all other teams and earned another shot at Safira in the finals.  SVU put forth a valiant effort with good defense and pure tenacity. But Safira's ability to spread the field and complete the extra pass opened the game up after their 3rd goal.  The Safira men demonstrated artistic passing, great foot skills, team play, and most of all a passion for the game of soccer. Safira prevailed in the men's final 7-0.

Team Future gets an honorable mention for moments of brilliance on the field and true entertainment off the field.

***Individual highlight of the tourney goes to Safira's Hermann Souto for his bicycle kick shot on net!! ***

Thank you to all players and teams who participated this weekend.  We hope you enjoyed an exciting and enjoyable day of soccer.


Congrats to USASA Region I Women's Champion... Last Call!!

03/06/2017, 9:15pm EST
By Liz McQuilkin

What an exciting morning of amazing competition!!  Mass Spirit and Last Call headed into the finals after tying their last regular game 1-1.  These highly competitive, very skilled teams continued their battle in the final game by alternating goals, until the final whistle blew with a score of 4-4.  Then on to PKs! 

In penalty kicks, both teams scored 3 out of 5 goals with artfully placed shots, several landing in the upper corners. Goalies, Shannon Stranzl (Mass Spirit) and Brooke Freeburg (Last Call), both made amazing saves to keep their teams alive.  The match continued on to sudden death PKs, which led to 2 alternating cross bar shots and one post.  Last Call's Brittany Schandelmayer then struck a nicely placed lower corner ball which just streaked by the diving Mass Spirit goalie.

In the 3rd verses 4th place game, Havoc faced off against Still Kicking.  Although Still Kicking's superstar goalie had to leave early, the team still liked their chances with their "Replacement Goalie" looking to avenge an earlier 0-2 loss to Havoc earlier that day.  The game started out close with great shots by both teams.  But Havoc's passing, fantastic foot skills, and well placed shots were just too much for the veteran team of Still Kicking.  Havoc prevailed with an honorable mention to their goalie who bravely blocked several of Still Kicking power shooters!

Congratulations to all teams for well played and highly competitive games. Spectators were in awe of the skill and teamwork exhibited in all of the women's games.

USASA Region I Indoor Championship: RESULTS!!

02/10/2017, 12:45pm EST
By Liz McQuilkin

US Adult Soccer Region 1