The Boston Breakers were an American professional soccer club based in the Boston neighborhood of Allston. The team competed in the National Women's Soccer League. They replaced the original Breakers, who competed in the defunct Women's United Soccer Association, as the Boston area's professional women's soccer team. The Breakers played their home games at Jordan Field in Boston and were managed in their final season by Matt Beard.
Background. Boston Breakers Academy teams were formed in June 2013 when the Scorpions Soccer Club broke out just their girls teams. Girls teams: The Scorpions girls team are Boston Breaker Academy teams. These teams range from U9 all the way up to U23 and play in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), National Premier Leagues (NPL), and the Mass. Premier League (NSL).
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Boston Breakers. February 22, 2018 ·. Great experience and no doubt life long memories being made! Boston Breakers Academy. February 22, 2018. Breakers Academy teams on tour in Barcelona. Games off to a great start with the 17s winning 7-3 and a 1-1 tie. The 15s with 4-2 and 1-0 wins.
The Boston Breakers ownership group at the time included John Power and Michael Stoller, both local businessmen. In 2016, Lee Billiard’s role with the Boston Breakers was changed from general manager to President of Soccer Operations and Development.
This past weekend, the NWSL officially announced that the Boston Breakers, one of the most storied clubs in women’s soccer in the US, was shutting down effective immediately. The announcement came following weeks of speculation and days after the decision had been leaked to the media.
The Boston Breakers was a professional soccer team that played in the Women's United Soccer Association. The team played at Nickerson Field on the campus of Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts .
In November 2015 the Boston Breakers announced they were “dissolving” the partnership between Scorpions Soccer Club (now FC Boston) and Boston Breakers Academy. All Boston Breakers Academy teams under the Scorpions/FC Boston umbrella transitioned out of using the Boston Breakers name and logo. The Boston Breakers continue to operate its own college academy and reserve teams as part of the development pathway to the pros.
Boston Breakers; 2014 season; Owner: Boston Women's Soccer, LLC: Head coach: Tom Durkin: Stadium: Harvard Stadium Boston, MA: NWSL: 8th: Highest home attendance: 4,191 vs. Portland (August 10, 2014) Lowest home attendance: 1,263 vs. Sky Blue FC (April 27, 2014) Average home league attendance: 2,437
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