Pictures from our visit with the Revs Diego Fagundez

Revs

On Wednesday, September 18th, New England Revolution Midfielder Diego Fagundez visited Sudbury! He spent a few hours signing autographs, taking pictures and meeting all those who visited. 

Diego became the first Homegrown Player signing in New England Revolution history on Nov. 15, 2010 and is the first Homegrown field player to log 10,000 minutes in MLS and youngest player to record 100 appearances and 25 goals in league history.

Only 24 years old, he is a nine-year MLS veteran ranks inside the top five in club history in games played, goals, assists, shots, and shots on target. Diego is the youngest player in MLS history to reach 50 career regular season goals scored at 23 years, 254 days old and youngest player in MLS history to make 200 career appearances.

Thanks for visiting Sudbury Diego!

SYS Response to Elevated EEE Warnings

In order to ensure the safety of our children and community members from the mosquito borne Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus, Sudbury Youth Soccer will modify their practice/game schedules this fall.

Now that town-wide road and aerial spraying for mosquitoes has been accomplished, outdoor soccer activities have resumed. We will now be following the guidelines set forth by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and ending soccer practices and games ahead of dusk. 

Practice and game times will be adjusted accordingly and will be communicated to you via your coach ahead of time as we continue to lose daylight throughout the fall soccer season.

In addition, we encourage you to apply bug spray to your children prior to practices and games. According to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, EPA-registered bug repellent’s containing DEET, Picaridin or oil of lemon eucalyptus should be used on the skin.

For more information on EEE, visit the following links:

https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2019/08/29/EEE-prevention-handout.jpg

https://www.mass.gov/service-details/eee-eastern-equine-encephalitis

While these guidelines have been provided by the MA Department of Public Health, please use your own discretion to keep your child safe. Your child will not be penalized should you decide to keep them off the town fields at any time this season due to EEE concerns.