Columbus Crew 2 Midfielder Isaac Angking returns to play against former club, New England II today at 5:00 PM

Isaac Angking Crew 2 Team focus during bye week, growing up in New England Revolution system 4 28 2022.mp3


Isaac Emmanuel Angking (born January 24, 2000) is a Puerto Rican professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for MLS Next Pro club Columbus Crew 2 and the Puerto Rico national team.

Angking was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and began his career playing for a local team, Bayside FC Bolts. At the age of 14, he joined the youth sides of MLS side New England Revolution. With their U-19 side, he scored 12 goals in 11 games.

Club career

New England Revolution

On January 2, 2018, Angking was called up to the New England Revolution Senior Squad—their fourth homegrown player. However, he failed to make an appearance for most of 2018, in part due to an injury he suffered in preseason, setting him aside for majority of the 2018 season. On September 5, 2018, Angking made his first MLS appearance against NYCFC, coming on for Brian Wright. Angking was loaned to the team’s USL League One side, New England Revolution II after the conclusion of the MLS is Back Tournament. He scored his first professional goal with the team on August 17, 2020 when he scored two goals against North Texas SC, in a 3–3 draw. On December 8, 2020, Angking was released by New England.

Columbus Crew 2

On February 18, 2022, Angking joined Columbus Crew 2, the reserve side of Major League Soccer‘s Columbus Crew, ahead of their inaugural MLS Next Pro season.


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