Academy’s First Season Showing Immediate Results

MIAMI, Fla. (October 7, 2019) —

It is only two months into the Inter Miami CF Academy’s first season, and thus far it has been a fall season that has seen the various youth teams post impressive results. For example, this past weekend, Inter Miami CF Academy teams played nine matches, coming away with wins in eight of those nine, with the other result being a draw.

La Academia teams have already taken part in one international tournament, which also marked the first-ever time a team under the brand of Club Internacional de Fútbol Miami has taken the pitch.

Academy teams have also played in front of Inter Miami CF’s official supporters groups in their first home games in South Florida. The fully-funded youth academy is a member of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.

Learn more about the Academy, its origins, missions, the initial selection process, its focus and more here: The Inter Miami CF Academy

Get to know the teams as well as the very talented and experienced technical staff of the Inter Miami CF Academy here: Academy Teams & Technical Staff


 

Inter Miami CF Academy Results – October 5-6, 2019

MIAMI, Fla. (October 7, 2019) —

Nine matches were on the slate this past weekend for the Inter Miami CF Academy’s teams. In total, Inter had eight wins and a draw.

U18/19s

The U-19s were also on the road. This time, the club was in Raleigh, NC, to play against North Carolina FC’s Academy side on Saturday, Oct. 5. Federico Tellez scored Inter Miami’s only goal in the 1-1 draw with North Carolina FC. 

U16/17s

Meanwhile, the U16/17s played the toughest matches of the weekend. Led by head coach Javier Morales, the Inter squad came out winning by the minimum result of 1-0 over the North Carolina Fusion U16/17s.

A first half goal by Inter Miami’s Oliver Pratt in the 21st minute was the only goal of the match.

On Saturday, Oct. 5, Inter Miami’s U16/17 team won 2-1 against North Carolina FC’s U-17. Goals from Logan Batiste and Alexander Lozano sealed the victory.

U15s

The U15s also travelled to Summit, North Carolina, outside of Greensboro, this past weekend for their games.

The Inter U15s faced the North Carolina Fusion U15s. The away side, coached by Abraham Bibas, notched a victory 3-0, earning goalkeeper Javier Barbosa a clean sheet in the process.

Goal Scorers for Inter Miami: Juan Hurtado (9′), Alejandro Vigil (33′) Pedro Faife (55′).

The Inter Miami U-15s also defeated North Carolina FC 2-1. Israel Boatwright and Juan Hurtado were the club’s goal scorers.

U14s

The U14s, managed by Philippe-Oliver Cineas, were also playing away to the West Florida Flames. Inter went away with a 4-2 win.

Inter Miami Goal Scorers: Juan Quevedo (5′, 73′), Nyle Waugh (34′, 71′).

U13s

The Inter Miami U13s were in action on the road in Brandon, Florida near Tampa, taking on the West Florida Flames. Pedro Cavalcanti’s side devastated the home side in a 14-1 away win.

Goal Scorers for Inter Miami CF: Mateo Pereyra (18′,57′,69′), Justin Hylton (21′), Daniel Pinter (24′), Justin Ellis (27′,29′,32′,50′), Dyllan Bustamante (30′), Cauã Scabin (37′), Keyshawn Pownall (47′, 55′), Vitorio Rivalta (66′).

U12s

U-12 White

The Inter Miami CF U-12 White team defeated the West Florida Flames U12s by a score of 3-0 on Saturday. Jacob Hin scored a goal while Guy Meneus had two goals in the victory.

U-12 Black

The Inter Miami CF U-12 Black team won by a score of 5-4, also against a West Florida Flames academy team. Inter’s goals came from Nash Dearmin and four by Leon Jacobs.