Karl Spratt enters his first year as the men's soccer Volunteer Goalkeeping Coach. He also serves as the New England Revolution's Director of Goalkeeping for the Revolution's youth academy.
Spratt graduated from the University of Sunderland in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in sport and exercise development. Spratt also holds FA Goalkeeping coaching licenses, has earned NSCAA National and Advanced National Goalkeeping Diplomas and became an NSCAA National GK Staff instructor in 2013.
Spratt has coaching experience in both England and the United States. He has had coaching stints with a variety of English club programs, including Sunderland AFC and Darlington FC. At the collegiate level he has spent time as goalkeeper coach with the College of Holy Cross and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
In addition to his work with the Friars, Spratt is entering his fourth season as the New England Revolution's Director of Goalkeeping for the Revolution's Youth Development Program.
Spratt's playing career included time with the Manchester United youth academy and the England U-18 National Team developmental squad. He currently resides in Providence, R.I.