Do not allow any team member(s) with symptoms to attend any leaguegames
If you are sick, feeling sick or have a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, you must notattend
Players and coaches should remain in their vehicles until the designated time to enter the facility(to allow teams and supporters at previous games to leave the facility and allow time forsanitization)
Mark specific areas for players around their team sideline and bench/technical area providing adequate social distancing for nonparticipating players (e.g. players’ bags placed 6 feetapart)
Do not use team benches because they do not support socialdistancing
Everyone at the event is requiredto wear a face-covering upon arrival when traveling fromtheir vehicle to the fields; upon departure when traveling from the fields to their vehicle; when moving around the facility between fields and through communal areas such as bathrooms, and whennot properly socialdistancing
Players are requiredto social distance when not playing and to wear face coverings at alltimes when in the team technical area during games - Players may only remove face coveringsduring active warm-up or when entering thegame
Coaches are requiredto wear face coverings at alltimes
Coaches must wear face coverings when addressing players in close proximity. Coach(es) and players should maintain social distancing during half time, water breaks, and at all times when offthe field ofplay.
Should be separated (in clearly marked areas) to comply with all social distancing guidelines(6 feetapart)
Should be located on the same side of the field as the team theysupport
Avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth with their hands wheneverpossible
Tents, tarps, or large group structures will not be permitted in the spectator areas of the sidelines
Strongly recommended that people over 65 and/or with pre-existing conditions do notattnd
The league strongly recommends that only one (1) parent/supporter per player attend eachgame
Everyone is expected to cover their mouth when coughing or sneezing (recommended intothe nape of theelbow)
Revolution United FC Signs Partnership With Professional Soccer
by posted 03/13/2019
Revolution United FC Signs Partnership With Professional Soccer Team From Spain
Revolution United FC (RUFC) has signed a partnership with Spanish Club Alcorcon. A Professional Club from Spain. In February, RUFC President, Fabian Cano along with Coach Rodrigo and RUFC former player/coach Max, traveled to Spain and made a tremendous connection with the Spanish Club. During one week, the coaches had an intense coaching course and an introduction to the Spanish Club Philosophy. While player Max had the opportunity to do a trial with the Club.
This new partnership will bring endless opportunities to our players, families, and coaches.
RUFC players will now have the opportunity to be selected to soccer trials in Spain.
RUFC Coaches will also get the opportunity to collaborate with the Alcorcon Youth Academy Coaches during the ID Clinics and Drafts that will be happening in June.
Gracias Alcorcon for believing in RUFC.
"It was great to have the opportunity to train with a professional team and it is something that I will remember all my life. This experience taught me a lot of things and gave me a taste of what it feels like to play at the professional level. I would like to thank Revolution United FC and AD Alcorcon for the amazing experience". Max Cano
Light The Night is an evening walk and fundraising event supporting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's mission to find cures for blood cancers. It is our communities' night to bring light to the darkness of cancer by celebrating those who are fighting the disease and to honor those we have lost. This year’s light the night for Fairfield County will take placeon
Saturday, October 27th - Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk. - Registration opens at 5PM.
How Can you participate
We've formed a joint Light The Night fundraising team and we hope you’ll:
1.Join us in the walk
We will be walking in memory of Kyle Markes. The Markes family are dear friends. Leukemia took 11-year-old Kyle away from us Christmas Eve of 2013 after a brave yearlong battle. He was an amazing young man that was beloved by all. Kyle and his family have inspired us all with their strength, courage, and faith in God.
2.You can also consider donating towards this cause
No amount is too small, we are trying in my own small way to help fight cancer.
By joining our team and raising funds for this important cause, you'll be making a real impact on the fight against cancer. Walk night is a light filled evening where we come together as a community to honor survivors, raise awareness of blood cancers and remember those who have lost their battle.
Register and/or donate by visiting our Team page and join our efforts today!
Click the 'Join' button next to our team at the bottom of the page and follow the prompts to register.
Once you've joined the team, we'll need your help to reach our team fundraising goal. Don't worry - fundraising is easier than you think. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society provides all the tools you need, including your own personal fundraising page. Plus, we'll be here to support and encourage you along the way. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.
To learn more about the lifesaving research and programs of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, visit their website at LLS.org.Thank you in advance for your participation and we look forward to seeing you on the 27th!
On Wednesday, October 10th at 7:00 PMRevolution United FC will be supporting the Fairfield University Men's Soccer Team at the Lessing Field, Fairfield University.
This is a great for all players to experience "first hand" what it is to play in a Division 1 College. In addition, our Revolution U9 teams have been invited to escort the Staggs on the field and Revolution Players will be able to play on the field at half time.
All players must wear the Red Revolution warm ups (Sweat pants and the red RUFC jacket).
Fir this event, group discounted tickets can be purchased online for $3/person using the link below. Every player must have a ticket to be admitted into the game.
If anyone wishes to purchase tickets at the door they will have to pay full price.
The players can also join the Lil’ Stags Club<http://fairfieldstags.com/kidsclub>, which will grant them admission to all on campus sporting events throughout the year, including Wednesday’s game. If your child is already a member they just need to show their member badge at the entrance.
Revolution United FC player Jason Deck to represent USA in the World Maccabiah Games in Israel
Revolution 98s player, Jason Deck will represent USA in the World Maccabiah Games in Israel. Jason competed with over 150 players at tryouts and his hard work and soccer skills, helped him get a roster spot in the USA team.
We are extremely proud of Jason for his hard work and commitment to the club. In addition, we would like to recognize Coach Floyd for “for motivating him to never give up on and off the field”
Jason is a true example of our training philosophy
The Revolution United FC ‘99 Boys won the 2015 Connecticut State Cup Championship with a 1-0 win over Hamden Ginga in the semi-finals and then gained an impressive 3-0 win over CFC United’s ‘99/’00s in the Finals to earn the right to compete in the Region-1 Championships.
The 18 boys represented the Fairfield, Connecticut-based Revolution United FC and the great state of Connecticut on the grand stage of the US Soccer Region-1 Championships!
Revolution United FC ’99 Boys Roster: Coach Floyd Neil, Co-Captain Matheus N, Co-Captain Chris J, Everett L, Jacob K, Thomas S, Tarcio A, Luis C, Anthony Z, Sam S, Andy M, Jared M, Jake S, Jonah M, Louis F, Edgar V, Christian B, Victor M and Kevin L.
Revolution takes Jamaica by Storm
Revolution United FC in April stormed Jamaica as part of a good will tour to Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Coach Floyd Neil took the Revolution United U14 and U17 teams to Ocho Rios Jamaica to play the local high school teams. The Revolution U14 and U17 teams played 5 games during the week long trip along with playing the Resort Staff in a pickup game on the last full day in Jamaica. Along with the games the teams went to Dunn River Falls to see natures beauty that Jamaica has to offer, shopping, dolphin experience, snorkeling, fishing, as well as a trip to Steer Town Academy were some of the other activities the teams along with their parents participated in.
Revolution United FC was awarded a certificate of appreciation for all of the donations they provided to the high schools. Revolution United FC U14 and U17 collected donations from companies, soccer clubs, parents and more to donate soccer balls, uniforms, cleats, backpacks, socks, shin guards and more to the teams Revolution played while in Jamaica.