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Reserves Win! Advance to the Perrin Cup Quarterfinals

Reserves win!

After a relatively quiet first half that saw a lone goal from the Revs, the Reserves thundered away to an eventual 5-0 scoreline at the final whistle and explode through to the next round of the coveted Perrin Cup. With a man-of-the-match performance including a brace coming from Christian Duncan and single goals coming from Asa Eggleston, Bokie Yeanay and Preston Nobles, the Reserves had no shortage of talent on the day. The match saw a total of 4 assists on the stunning 5 goals, 2 from Rodrigo Alves, 1 from Cameron St. Prix Mitchell and 1 from aforementioned MOTM Christian Duncan capped off by a solo effort from Bokie Yeanay. The outstanding offensive contributions propelled the Reserves to a large result maintained by an unyielding performance from the backline across the entire defensive third.

Both the Reserves and 23s will be back in action against each other for the final ADASL D1 contest of the season this coming Sunday, December 19th, time TBA. #uptherevs

MOTM: Christian Duncan, 2 Goals 1 Assist

Revs Winter ID Camp

Revs Winter ID Camp Info:

Be Evaluated by our Coaching Staff!

The Revs Winter ID Camp will be organized into small groups of between 10-12 players. Each player registered for the camp will receive professional training from our coaching staff focused on technical ability, small sided games, and fitness. Each player will be evaluated over the course of 4 training sessions to decide if they are a good fit for one of the teams in our club. These teams include our NPSL team as well as our Revs Reserves, Revs ADASL, Revs U23s and Revs U21s.

Training will be 4 sessions on Saturdays based on the time slot selected during registration.

Dates: December 5th, 12th,19th, January 2nd

Cost: $75

Location: McDonough, Georgia (Address to our private field will be sent once registered.)

Who: Any player interested in playing for the Revs

What to bring: Shinguards, cleats, water, winter training clothing.


To complete registration you must complete the registration fee at the link above, as well as complete the Player Info Form which can be found HERE

If you have registered but have not heard from our club, please contact Coach Alec at 860-682-3819.

U19s Promoted to Revs Blues

Pedro Prieto, Marco Ibarra, and Anthony Martin have all been promoted to the Revs Blues for the remainder of the 2018-2019 ADASL season. The Revs Blues focus is player development and is used as an entry point into adult soccer. We’re very excited to have our youth begin to make the jump!

Pedro Prieto is a creative winger that enjoys taking players on. His confidence and comfort on the ball gives him a high ceiling to continue to develop into an elite player.

Marco Ibarra played as a forward for the U19s and is a natural Finisher. He’s dangerous in and around the box, and it’ll be exciting to see the goals he will score for the club as he moves up the ranks.Anthony Martin was the Captain of the U19s. He is a physically strong and intelligent Centerback. He makes his presence known on the field while battling with attackers, and also has the awareness to build out the back. He has a very bright future in the beautiful game.

Nexus Revolution FC U-19


Georgia Revolution FC and Nexus FC have partnered to create Nexus Revolution FC at the U-19 level. This team will be a bridge between youth soccer and elite amateur soccer. Read below for information on the team and tryout information.

Nexus Revolution FC U19 will be coached by Revs U23 Coach Alec Morrison. “I’m excited to be a part of this project. With Nexus we have now created a clear pathway from youth soccer up to our NPSL team,” Coach Alec. Additional training will be provided by Nexus FC’s elite coaching staff.

Georgia Revolution FC is a member of the National Premier Soccer League. Current notable players include Belize International  Deon McCauley, Nigerian International Isaac Promise, and 2017 Georgia High School Player of the Year Aaron Whitten. The club also has Reserve and U-23 teams with 4 players being promoted to the top team in 2018.

Nexus FC provides an environment for the growth of individual players through fitness, technical/tactical soccer training, and character development led by our professional coaches. Nexus FC players gain confidence and learn to accomplish their dreams through hard work, dedication, and professionalism both on and off the field.

Tryout Info:

Date: July 16th

Age: Players born in 2000 or 2001

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: 750 Fairview Rd Ellenwood, GA

Bring: Cleats, Shinguards, and Water





Georgia Revolution FC partners with Nexus FC and Southern Crescent Soccer Foundation

The Southern Crescent Soccer Foundation, Georgia Revolution, and Nexus FC Professional Youth Academy are collaborating to provide more soccer opportunities to players of all ages in the southern portion of Metro Atlanta. In doing so, the organizations hope to close the gaps between recreational play for youth, high-level select, and adult participation at all levels. The goal is to make all levels of play accessible to soccer players of all ages.
The SCSF is developing both recreational and school-based programming, along with coaching and referee development. Georgia Revolution has three teams, the senior team is active in the National Premier Soccer League while the Reserves and U23 teams play in the Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League. Nexus is an established and growing select program. Through collaboration, the organizations will provide high-level instruction, talent identification, and a proper player development pathway.
The goal is to create a model for soccer programming and serve to inspire other organizations to collaborate with like-minded colleagues for the betterment of the sport.

Adam McCabe Signs for His Third Season!

Welcome back to the Revs Adam!

Q1: You’ve been with us now for a couple years including being named Revs Defender of the year in 2016. What made you decide to re-sign with the Revs for the 2018 NPSL season?

Adam: I decided to come back this year because I wanted to continue to play at this level. I really sympathize with the Revs’ mission, their vision for growing the club, and what they stand for. I enjoyed the season last year even though it wasn’t our best. I still think I have a lot to give, and I think the Revolution is the perfect place for me to pursue soccer and to continue to play at a high level.

Q2: For our new fans, could you give us a brief history of where you used to play professionally before joining the Revs?

Adam: So when I was 19 I went to England and joined the RIASA Academy. With this academy I was playing in and out of Bradford City’s Reserve and U-23 program. From there I moved to Thailand. I played over there for 6 months for a team in Bangkok and then moved to Slovakia for another half a year to play with a team in a very small city outside of Bratislava before moving back to Atlanta in 2015. I then joined the Revs for my first season in 2016.

Q3: As one of the first former professional soccer players to come out as openly gay, how has that impacted your life?

Adam: So part of the reason I came home when I was overseas playing professionally was because I needed to work on myself. I felt like I was in this space where I didn’t really know who I was. I was not really happy with my life because I wasn’t really being honest and open with myself and my teammates. So once I came back to Atlanta I kind of took a break from soccer and just focused on myself and my mental health. After I came out to my family and friends, I regained this passion and love for soccer. Everyone’s journey of coming out is different. It’s a very freeing and spiritual journey. I’m definitely a much different person now than I was if you had met me overseas. I was much more reserved, closed off, and secretive. It’s made me be able to flourish and really appreciate and love the game again. I had quit playing because I hated the game, but it’s because I hated myself. Now that I’ve accepted myself and this platform that I have, I’m really thriving in it and I’m really enjoying it. For me, it’s just knowing that there’s a lot of other kids out there like me. They don’t see somebody like me on television, so they don’t think they could be a soccer player at whatever level, whether it be NPSL, MLS, or the EPL. They’re always thinking they can’t do it because there’s nobody out there like them. I can help bring visibility to this community and to this sport, and that’s always going to be a win and accomplishment for me.

Q4: There’s been many changes this off-season for the Revs. How excited are you to be working with the new coaching staff, and what are your expectations for the coming season?

Adam: So what I’ve seen so far from Coach Steo is that he’s very motivated and brings a lot of energy. As a player, that’s exactly what you want from your manager or coach, someone who is going to motivate you and make you want to do better and play better. For me, Steo is a great addition. All of the tangibles and intangibles he’ll bring to the team, with his experience in the NPSL, his coaching staff, and even just his knowledge of the game, will be great for us. It’s always good to get a new perspective, have a different coach come in, and I think with Steo, he’s always coaching at or near this level constantly. I think he knows how to win and knows what it takes to win in the NPSL. That’s a culture that we need. For the upcoming season I’m definitely excited, and I don’t think there’s any reason we shouldn’t make the playoffs. I think last year there was a result here, result there, and I think that very small results could have changed the season as a whole. I think that if we can just stay motivated and have a renewed energy for this year that this season will be much more positive. I think Steo as the manager will definitely be the leading charge in that.

Q5: What’s your favorite part about being a Rev?

I love being able to play this game, and I want to be able to play as long as I can. Georgia Revolution gives me that opportunity, and I’m going to continue to play until I’m not good enough or I’m too old. I think. for me, I just love the community around this team. I love the vision, the ownership, it’s really great people that I’m working with and playing for, and even the community we’ve built around this team. It makes me really want to do good and play for this club. I think what Eric and Alec and everyone else in the organization is doing is fantastic. I think this is the development of soccer in America, and if we want to get better, it’s clubs like Georgia Revolution that are leading the way in trying to improve soccer. I just want to be a part of that experience and play for as long as I can at the highest level possible.



GA Revs VS CFC Match Preview


Kickoff for today’s game is 7:30pm at N. Mt. Carmel Park in Hampton, Georgia!


Chattanooga FC and Georgia Revolution FC have played many times in their history, but this will be the first time that the two teams meet in the Revs new home of Henry County. We’ll take a look at how each team has performed so far this season and we’ll hear from Revs defenders, Carl Adjaho and Jalani Landburg on their thoughts leading up to the game.

Chattanooga is coming off a 2-0 win over Chivas U-23 and currently have a record of 0-2-0 (W-D-L) in NPSL Southeast Conference action. Their draws came against Memphis City FC and the New Orleans Jesters. They have only scored 1 goal so far this NPSL season, but with 2 goals against Chivas, the Chattanooga offense will be looking to add to that tally.

Coming off a midweek 4-1 friendly win over Savannah Clovers FC, the Revs will be looking to carry their momentum over into the game this Saturday against Chattanooga FC. The Revs currently have a 0-1-3 record in Southeast Conference play. They will be looking to turn their season around with a strong performance by the defense and an attack that has added more weapons. The Revs have added 2 new players in Alex Capo and Cameron Moseley, both will be expected to contribute this season. Alex Capo is a centerback for NCAA Division 1 program Cornell University, and Cameron Moseley is a forward from NCAA Division 1 program Duke University.

We spoke to Defenders Carl Adjaho and Jalani Landburg this week leading up to the game. This is what Carl had to say, “We’ve had a tough and unlucky beginning to the season which has really caught us off guard… We’re looking forward to coming back with a vengeance starting with Chattanooga this weekend.”  Jalani was asked, what are your expectations for the team this weekend against CFC. His response, “It’s all or nothing. Only we can control how we perform, not them.”

2016 Schedule

2016 Schedule

Date Match Time
April 23, 2016 Georgia Revolution vs Sandy Springs FC (Home – Preseason) 7:00 pm
April 30, 2016 Georgia Revolution vs Peachtree City MOBA (Home) 7:00 pm
May 7, 2016 Georgia Revolution vs Birmingham Hammers (Home) 7:00 pm
May 14, 2016 *Georgia Revolution vs Atlanta Silverbacks (Home) 7:00 pm
May 18, 2016 *Carolina RailHawks vs Georgia Revolution 5:30 pm
May 20, 2016 *Tobacco Road FC vs Georgia Revolution 7:00 pm
May 25, 2016 *Georgia Revolution vs FC Carolina Discoveries (Home) 7:00 pm
May 28, 2016 Birmingham Hammers vs Georgia Revolution 7:00 pm
June 2, 2016 *Georgia Revolution vs Myrtle Beach Mutiny (Home) 7:00 pm
June 10, 2016 *Georgia Revolution vs Carolina RailHawks (Home) 7:00 pm
June 16, 2016 *Georgia Revolution vs Tobacco Road FC (Home) 7:00 pm
June 18, 2016 Georgia Revolution vs Knoxville Force (Home) 7:00 pm
June 25, 2016 *Atlanta Silverbacks vs Georgia Revolution 7:30 pm
June 29, 2016 *FC Carolina Discoveries vs Georgia Revolution 7:00 pm
July 2, 2016 *Myrtle Beach Mutiny vs Georgia Revolution 7:00 pm

* Indicates NPSL South Atlantic Conference Games