Boston Bolts (USL)

Boston Bolts, formerly Football Club Boston (FC Boston), is an American soccer club based in Boston, Massachusetts. The club's men's team plays in USL League Two, using Alumni Field at Mount Ida College, with capacity of 2,000, as their home field. The club also includes boys' and girls' teams, leading up to teams that participate in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy program, which is the top tier of youth soccer under the United States Soccer Federation. The boys' teams use the name FC Boston Bolts, and the girls' teams use the name FC Boston Scorpions.

Boston Bolts
Full nameFC Boston Bolts
Nickname(s)Bolts
Founded2015 (2015)
StadiumAlumni Field
Waban, Massachusetts
Capacity2,000[1]
OwnerJonathan E. Price
Head CoachBrian Ainscough
LeagueUSL League Two
20194th, Northeast Division
Playoffs: DNQ
WebsiteClub website

In the 2016 regular season, the Bolts finished 4th in the division with a record of 6 wins 6 losses and 2 draws. Star forward Mohamed Kenaway led the team in goals and assists that year with 6 goals and 6 assists. Former New England Revolution player Andy Dorman became an academy coach in 2016.[2] Fellow former Rev Shalrie Joseph signed to play for the Bolts in 2016 and is still listed as an academy coach (he was hired head coach of Grenada national football team in March 2018).[3][4]

Players

Current roster

As of October 12, 2019[5]
2019 Roster
No. Pos. Player Nation
1 GK Alvaro Magel Germany
3 MF Carlos Ruiz United States
5 DF Edi Mujan United States
6 MF Joeseph Kellett United States
7 MF Guilherme Rodrigues United States
8 FW Andrew Barrowman United States
9 FW Karl Simon Enström Sweden
10 FW Mayele Malango Democratic Republic of the Congo
12 MF Andrew Dorman Wales
16 MF Ivan Andabak Croatia
17 DF Chase Reichenberg Germany
20 DF Joshua Bauer United States
21 MF Jakov Basić Croatia
22 DF Eric Martin United States
23 MF Jacob Maddox United States
24 GK David Price United States
24 GK Gunnar Siegel United States
33 Alexander Zecca United States

Notable former players

This list of notable former players comprises players who went on to play professional soccer after playing for the team in the Premier Development League, USL2, or those who previously played professionally before joining the team.[6]

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs Open Cup
2016 4 USL PDL 4th, Northeast Did not qualify Did not enter
2017 4 USL PDL 4th, Northeast Did not qualify Did not qualify
2018 4 USL PDL 4th, Northeast Did not qualify Did not qualify
2019 4 USL League Two 4th, Northeast Did not qualify Did not qualify

References

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