Northeastern University Men’s Club Soccer is a student-led, year-round soccer program that offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to compete nationally. While team members study a wide range of subjects, all express the same desire and commitment to continue playing soccer competitively at the collegiate level.

Men’s Club Soccer is a member of NIRSA: Leaders in College Recreation. We compete in Region 1 and, more specifically, the Boston/Providence Division against teams from Brown University, Boston University, Boston College, Providence College, and others. At the end of each regular season, which typically starts in September and ends in October, we compete in the Region 1 Tournament against the top teams from the Mid Atlantic and New England. Teams that qualify for and win their regional tournaments compete in the National Soccer Championships, which has been held annually in November since 1993.

Men’s Club Soccer plays all of its home games at the brand new Carter Field on Northeastern’s campus.  Carter’s first season was 2018 and it can be found right next to Ruggles.  Carter is a public field and is used by the University as well as countless Boston citizens and athletic groups.  The address is 687 Columbus Ave, Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120.  There is free (limited) street parking on Columbus and Tremont, you may also park for a very small fee in the Renaissance Parking Garage which is next to the field.

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Men’s Club Soccer hosts tryouts for prospective players each year during the first weeks of the Fall Semester. All undergraduate and graduate students with playing experience are invited.

Bring cleats, running shoes, shin guards, a ball, and water.

Within 24 hours of tryouts ending, prospective players will receive an email from notifying them that they either are invited to the following tryout or have made the team. Players who do not receive an email are not invited to join the team but are encouraged to continue playing recreationally and to tryout the following year.

We look for players who train hard, have strong technical ability, clearly understand the game/learn quickly, and demonstrate commitment to the team. We also evaluate players on the basis of positions in need.

Tryouts typically consist of small-sided matches, possession exercises, and fitness.

We practice 2-3 times per week and play every weekend throughout the Fall semester.

No. As a member of NIRSA, we – and all member teams – are not allowed to offer financial scholarships.

We compare our club to a NCAA Division III team, as all of our players have extensive playing experience and many of our players were either recruited by NCAA Division III colleges or formerly played on the Northeastern Varsity Team.



Daniel Ryvkin


Alessandro Memoli


Henry Mouawad


Jonathon Piesik


Austin Birmingham

Vice President

Nicolas Lopez


Sebi Montoulieu