Welcome to Kendall Wanderers F.C.

Kendall Wanderers F.C. is one of the oldest amateur soccer teams in Massachusetts. The club currently consists of 3 teams playing in the BSSL as well as two over 30s and an over 40s team playing in the NEOTHSL.

Our first team are current BSSL Cup champions (2014).

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Friday, 1st May, 2015

This weekend and last weekends roundup

Saturdays BSSL Cup action

  • The As take on Sports Identity at 2 pm in Danehy Park
  • The Bs play Mass United at 3:30 pm in Waltham

Sunday see's 3 games

  • The Over 30s As make an early morning trek to Worchester Academy to take on table toppers Southborough United
  • The Over 30s Bs take on Medfield at 10 am in Madison Park High School
  • The table topping over 40s take on Acton-Boxboro Utd in Boxboro at 9 am

Only one game took place last Saturday, with the B game vs MPS being called off due to the pitch being in poor condition. Unfortunately the Cs fell to a two nil loss to Washington Square

Sunday was a lot more successful

  • NEOTHSL O30 Div 4S: Peru Sport 0-7 Kendall B (Radu Brestyan [hat trick], Justin Teman [2], Chris Pearce and Ryan Cleverdon)
  • NEOTHSL O40 Div 6C: Arlington Fossils 0-1 Kendall (Barry Roche from the spot) Report here here
  • NEOTHSL O30 Div 2S: Boston White Eagles 1-2 Kendall A (Phil Keane and Jonah Fontella) Report here
  • Werner Fricker USASA Open Cup Region I Qualifiers : Kendall A 2 - 0 New York Pancyprians Freedoms (Robbie Sabadoz and Mike Bridges)

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

US Open Cup

Last December saw Kendall fight back from 0-2 to emerge as 3-2 winners (2 goals from Marco Inzunza and one from Zubin Pinkham) against GPS in the final of the US Open Cup MA. This Sunday sees Kendall move to the next stage of this competition for the first time and take part in the 2015Werner Fricker USASA Open Cup Region I Qualifiers.

Kendall are entering in the quarter finals where they will host New York Pancyprians Freedoms in Progin Park, Lancaster at 1:30. Other teams in the quarter finals include teams from up and down the east coast

  • Hammers FC (Virginia/Washington DC area)
  • FC Motown (New Jersey )
  • Dulles Sportsplex Aegean Hawks FC (Maryland)
  • West Chester Majors (Eastern Pennsylvania)
  • Rhode Island Oceaneers (Rhode Island)
  • Newtown Pride FC (Connecticut)

Success in this competition leads to entry into the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup where the top 91 teams in the country take part and the MLS teams enter in the 4th round. So come on out to Progin Park in Lancaster at 1:30 on Sunday and give the lads your support on this historic day for the club

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Sundays Results

Todays results

  • The Over 30s A team lost 0-2 to Fernandes FC in New Bedford. A very early goal and a counter attack mid-way through the second half outdid Kendall
  • The Over 30s B team lost 0-3 to United FC
  • The Over 40s had a good 4-0 win against Nashoba Masters. Report can be found here

Report for the C's result last Saturday can be found here
Photos from last Saturdays First Division Derby can be seen below courtesy of Darren Skehan

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