Renato Capobianco has been head coach of the Regis men's soccer team since 2011. Taking over a team that won only eight games in its first three seasons, he has steadily improved the quality of the program and in 2015 coached the Pride to the first winning season in program history. His Regis teams also have posted winning conference records in four of his six seasons including a record five league wins in 2017.
Prior to Regis he served for 10 seasons as the Boys Head Varsity Soccer Coach for Weston High School where in 2009, the team captured the MIAA Division 3 state title and Capobianco was named Boston Globe Coach of the Year.
Capobianco's previous college experience was in 1989 where for five seasons he was the Head Men's Soccer Coach at Cuyamaca College (CA). In 1991, he was named Pacific Coast Conference Coach of the Year.
From 1991-94, he served as Team Administrator for the Men's US National team as it prepared for the 1994 World Cup. During this period, the US National Team played over 80 games in over 24 countries culminating in the 1994 World Cup that was held in the United States.
In 1995 he held the post of Deputy Competition Manager for the South Florida soccer venue of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
From 1996 through 2001, he worked in Major League Soccer as both an assistant coach (Tampa Bay Mutiny, New England Revolution) and as a Director of Soccer (San Jose Earthquakes, New England Revolution). In 1996, he was the Assistant Coach of the East Team of the MLS All-Star Game.
In 2002-03, he served as a Strength & Conditioning coach at Harvard University and is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association. He also holds an A License from US Soccer, a Premier Diploma from the NSCAA, and a Masters Degree In Exercise Science from San Diego State University.
Capobianco has served as staff coach and Head U15 Boys Coach for Massachusetts Olympic Development Program currently is the U18 Boys Coach for Lexington United.
He also holds three certifications from the International Youth Conditioning Association (IYCA).