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Paige's First Goal
05/21/2015
Evaluations for Fall Soccer
05/18/2015
Cheshire Soccer Club announces evaluations for all players born between...
Summer Soccer Camps
05/17/2015
Cheshire Soccer Club is proud to announce two of its summer soccer...
Spectator Code of Conduct
12/07/2011
Respect all decisions made by game officials Refrain...
 
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by posted 05/21/2015
Evaluations for Fall Soccer

Cheshire Soccer Club announces evaluations for all players born between 8/1/2001 and 7/31/2005 for Fall Soccer. Evaluations will be held on different days for different age groups:

Birth Date Fall 2015 Soccer Age Evaluation Date
8/1/2004 - 7/31/2005 U11 June 8, 2015
8/1/2003 - 7/31/2005 U12 June 9, 2015
8/1/2001 - 7/31/2003 U13 and U14** June 11, 2015

** Those players who are attending high school in the Fall will be evaluated in the Winter for Spring soccer

 

Evaluation Schedule

All evaluations will be held at Quinnipiac Recreational Park with the following schedule:

  • Boys: 5:15 PM to 6:30 PM
  • Girls: 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM

Registration for Evaluation

Before attending the evaluation, all players must register for Fall soccer. You can register via this link: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:162178. The deadline to register is June 8th.

The base fee to play Fall soccer is $225 and the deadline to submit payment is July 3rd. The base fee will cover the cost of teams playing in competitive and recreational divisions. Participation on a premiere will include an additional fee.

 


by posted 05/18/2015
Summer Soccer Camps

Cheshire Soccer Club is proud to announce two of its summer soccer camps:

  • August 3 through August 7
  • August 10 through August 14

Both camps will offer Day, Half-Day and Youth options.

 

Day Camp

  • Players born between 8/1/2000 - 7/31/2008
  • 9 AM to 2 PM
  • At Quinnipiac Recreational Area
  • Professional Coaching Staff
  • $150
  • Mornings: Development of Individual Skills
  • Afternoons: Instructional Scrimmages

Register for August 3 - August 7

Register for August 10 - August 14

 

Half-Day Camp

  • Players born between 8/1/2000 - 7/31/2008
  • 9 AM to 11:30 AM
  • At Quinnipiac Recreational Area
  • Professional Coaching Staff
  • $100
  • Development of Individual Skills

Register for August 3 - August 7

Register for August 10 - August 14

 

Youth Camp

  • Players born between 8/1/2008 - 8/1/2011
  • 9 AM to 11 AM
  • Professional Coaching Staff
  • At Quinnipiac Recreational Area
  • $85

Register for August 3 - August 7

Register for August 10 - August 14

 

The Day Camp and Half-day Camp will consist of the following age-specific themes:

Intermediate Academy

U7 to U9 (7/31/2008 to 8/1/2005)

The Intermediate Academy program will allow players to develop their overall skills in a fun yet competitive environment and build a foundation for them to progress to the next level. Expanding on basic understanding of the game, players will be challenged to develop soccer specific individual techniques and skills. Each day, sessions will introduce a topic where players will work on fundamental techniques that will encourage creativity, competitiveness, and individuality.  

Junior Academy

U10 to U12 (7/31/2005 to 8/1/2002)

The Junior Academy will help players expand their knowledge of the game while developing individual skills. The topic of each day will challenge players to become better students of the game through the introduction of basic team tactics in game-like situations. Small-sided games will mirror large scale tactics at an age-appropriate level.  Players will continue to work on ball skills as the sessions are designed for players to become confident controlling the ball under pressure.

Senior Academy

U13 to U14 (7/31/2002 to 8/1/2000)

The Senior Academy program is designed to prepare and train players to play at high school level.  Each session will emphasize understanding large-scale tactics and developing a style of play. Players will start to work on position specific skills and tactical understanding. Other topics that will be covered each day include athletic development, fitness, and the “Training vs Game” mentality.

Youth Camp

U4 - U6 (8/1/2011 - 8/1/2008)

The Youth Academy soccer camp is an exciting program where players will experience the game in a fun and energetic environment with our professional coaching staff. The camp will focus on ball control techniques, basic soccer motor skills, and understanding concepts of the game. Each day players will be introduced to a variety of fun games and competitions that emphasize skill development. This program is the perfect introduction to soccer for kids of all levels.

 


by posted 05/17/2015
Spectator Code of Conduct

  • Respect all decisions made by game officials
  • Refrain from taunting, booing, heckling and using inappropriate language
  • Set a positive example for the kids by practicing good sportsmanship at all times

by Pete Takizawa posted 12/07/2011
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