We will be partnering with Challenger Sports again this summer to bring you the British Soccer Camp, August 14 - 18, 2017. Ages 3-14 eligible. Partial and full day options. Hundreds in free merchandise for registering early.
The Canterbury Athletic Association manages the recreational youth soccer league in Canterbury, Connecticut.
The Connecticut Junior Soccer Association, the governing body for Connecticut youth soccer.
The Connecticut State Soccer Association and Connecticut Junior Soccer Association jointly established a State Referee Program to carry out the National Referee Development Program of the United States Soccer Federation.
The Killingly Youth Soccer Parents Organization manages the recreational youth soccer league in Killingly, Connecticut.
Soccer refers to its rules as the "Laws of the Game." Browse or download a PDF copy here.
The NECONN Soccer Club that manages the recreational youth soccer league in Thompson, Woodstock and other sister towns in northeastern Connecticut.
The Plainfield Soccer Club manages the recreational youth soccer league in Plainfield, Connecticut.
The Quinebaug Valley Soccer Alliance (QVSA) is a regional competition level soccer program in the area. The level of competition is for those kids who have excelled at the rec level and are looking for an additional challenge. Competition teams are tryout teams and the commitment for those who make a team is one (1) year. For additional information on playing or coaching, follow this link.
The Ray Reid Soccer School has been developing our future soccer players for over twenty years and relies heavily on its dedicated staff. The camps will be led by prestigious college, high school, and youth coaches from all over the region, providing an environment of quality technical, tactical, and psychological skill development.
The boys will train and play together, competing against similar age
Direct link to the US Soccer Association coach's page.The presentation of the U.S. Soccer coaching curriculum is another major step in the implementation of the framework developed by the Player Development Task Force. The curriculum is designed to improve development of players in the organized player base in the United States, concentrating on creating more organized, age-appropriate training sessions, developing coaching practices and creating an environment that is fun for the players.