Verrier Signs on with Commonwealth FC as U14 Boys Elite Head Coach

BRAINTREE, MA – Prior to joining the Commonwealth Football Club’s coaching staff, Coach Verrier has spent the last two seasons coaching at Milton High School (2017) and Foxboro High School (2016) as the Boys Junior Varsity Head Coach, as well as being an assistant coach for both varsity programs.

Verrier started his playing career at the age of 4 years old in the Milton & Dorchester Youth Soccer programs before playing club soccer for Eastern Mass FC, Hancock Strikers, and The Real Boston Rams Academy. During his high school years, Richkkard was a three year starter for the wildcats and in 2010, played a pivotal role in guiding Milton to win their first ever state tournament game while leading team with 7 goals. The following year Verrier captained the side in his final year wearing the red and white.

After graduating from Milton High School, Verrier began his collegiate career at Curry college where he played for four years and captained the side his senior year in 2015. This same season Curry had set the best start to the season in Curry College Men’s Soccer history (9-0). In addition to his days as a Colonel, Verrier played two seasons for the Boston Rams (PDL) Reserves in 2013 & 2014. Coach Verrier has worked with clubs and programs such as Milton Youth Soccer, Boston Rams, Galway Rovers and numerous other camps across eastern Massachusetts.

Upon graduating Curry College with a degree in Sports Management, Verrier has worked in various after school programs in the Milton Elementary School System since 2013 and more recently as a para professional in 2016 for Foxboro High School. Verrier currently serves as a para professional for Brookline High School, in addition to being on staff with the New England Revolution Operations department. Coach Verrier is currently working towards his Masters Degree in Sports Leadership and Johnson and Wales University.