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Message from CJSA
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Northeast District Scholarship
Scholarship fund for High School Seniors   The CJSA NED...
Neconn Soccer 2019 Spring Registration
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Spring Season

Dear Parents,

         Our parent organization, CJSA, has cancelled all soccer related activities, which include practices, meetings, and clinics until April 15th  due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We will continue with our registration as planned and will consider options regarding the modifications to our spring season.  The situation with COVID-19 changes daily and we will keep you abreast with changes as they occur.  It is our hope that we will be able to host games and practices this season but we will be following the direction of our parent organization.  Please be safe and be sure to wash your hands.


Neconn BOD

by posted 03/16/2020
Message from CJSA

March 13, 2020


TO: CJSA Members

FR: Josh Krusewski - CJSA Executive Director

RE: Coronavirus-COVID-19 - Suspension of all activities

Effective Friday, March 13, 2020, Connecticut Junior Soccer Association is suspending all affiliated and sanctioned soccer activities statewide through April 15th due to the evolving COVID-19 situation. For our member organizations (towns, clubs and leagues) this includes, but is not limited to: all games, practices, clinics, training, ODP, tournaments, in-person meetings and Coaching Education Courses.

Trusting that players, coaches, referees and spectators would never knowingly compromise themselves or others, the fact is that our sport and its related activities provide an opportunity for the virus to spread which we feel is our duty to help avoid (excerpt from the CDC below):

“...COVID-19 is mainly spread through respiratory droplets (sneeze, cough, or sweat) when in close contact (within 6 feet) OR by touching a surface with such droplets and then touching one’s own mouth, nose or eyes...”

As a result, both US Soccer and US Youth Soccer have made a similar decision regarding soccer activities under their purview.  They asked the state associations to assess the risks and benefits of postponement, suspension and/or cancellation of upcoming events and Connecticut Junior Soccer - along with many other state associations - has taken this guidance with the highest level of concern.  Our decision to suspend soccer related activities and promote social distancing was made in accordance with guidance we received from public health and medical professionals at the federal, state and local levels. We don’t take these types of decisions lightly. But, in the interest of making the health and safety of the entire soccer community, in addition to all others statewide, paramount, we know this is the right step to take.

Connecticut Junior Soccer will evaluate conditions on a continuing basis to determine when it is appropriate to reinstate our affiliated and sanctioned soccer activities.  Further communications will be provided via email and on our website.US Soccer has suspended all Coaching Education Courses until after April 30th. Currently scheduled courses will be rescheduled promptly after the suspension of activities is lifted. Currently registered coaches will be credited with prior payment for use towards a future US Soccer Coach Education course.

by posted 03/15/2020
Northeast District Scholarship

Scholarship fund for High School Seniors


The CJSA NED Board has created a scholarship fund for High School Seniors.

The selection committee of the Scholarship Fund is now accepting written

requests for consideration from college bound soccer players.


1. Must be a dedicated soccer player and have played soccer with Connecticut

Junior Soccer Association affiliated club.

2. Must have a C+ average or better and graduate High School in 2020.

3. Must plan on attending a school of higher education.

4. Must submit a 250-word essay on What Soccer Means to Me. Essay must

include at the top of page 1: Your Name, Address, Phone Number and Club


5. Application and essay must be received no later than March 16, 2020.

Completion of the online form, or submit either paper or electronic format

are acceptable application methods.

Complete the online form at:


Send paper submissions to:


PO Box 432

Stafford Springs, CT 06076

And/or email to:

by posted 03/11/2020
Neconn Soccer 2019 Spring Registration


Games will start the weekend of April 17/18, 2020

Registration will close at midnight on March 28, 2020

To register go to Register Online.

Contact your town representative if you have any questions.

Birth dates for the different divisions are as noted below:


Micro                    born in 2014 or 2015

Pee Wee                born in 2013 or 2012

Junior                    born in 2011 or 2010

Intermediate          born in 2009 or 2008

Senior                   born in 2007, 2006 or after

                                            August 1, 2005

U-18                         born 8/1/2001 to 2006





by posted 02/18/2020
Town Rep Contact Information

Tom Ayer                   Eastford Rep  

Kim Newman               Killingly Rep 

Miguel Ferreira             Pomfret Rep

Colin Purdon               Putnam Rep     

Tiffany DeSouza         Thompson Rep
Diane Keefe                Thompson Rep  

Ashley Lowe               Woodstock Rep

Erica O'Brien                Woodstock Rep    


Mike Craig                 Travel Soccer Director   

Ross Sward                 Board Member           

Lindsey Verraneault    Board Member          





by posted 06/11/2017
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