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Welcome!  Westport Soccer Association is a non-profit volunteer-run organization for soccer enthusiasts.  Below you can see all our fall programs and register by clicking on the big red button to the right just below the scrolling photos. 
Any questions? Contact registrar@westportsoccer.org

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FIELD CLOSINGS & GAME CANCELLATIONS:       

Check the WSA HOTLINE: 203-221-9900

Mon-Fri by 2 PM | Sat by 8AM | Sun by 11AM   

 

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FALL 2019 VOLUNTEER ADULT REQUIREMENTS
for REC & Travel Coaches, Asst Coaches, Team Managers, Any Volunteer --
 
You cannot coach or manage a team if you are not fully compliant. 

VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS, CLICK HERE

Check if you are fully compliant,  CLICK HERE  

Questions?  jack_dewitt@hotmail.com or registrar@westportsoccer.org
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Fall 2019 TRAVEL SOCCER U9-U15 boys & girls

PRACTICE SCHEDULE, Click HERE  
GAMES SCHEDULE:  click on Teams tab in above menu bar

CT Cup competition for U11-U15 has begun!  Go Westport!

CT Rush & Bethel Tournaments for U9-U15 on Columbus Day wkend. 

?s travel@westportsoccer.org or anthony.hill@wsa-travel.org 

 

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FALL 2019 TOTS & PreK 

REGISTRATION CLICK: HERE 

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED 

 9/3 - 10/28 @ Burr Farm Field

Questions?:  sheryludellwsa@gmail.com

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FALL 2019 REC K-8th grade

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR ALL GRADES

REGISTRATION CLICK: HERE

CLINIC SCHEDULE CLICK: HERE

GAME SCHEDULE CLICK: HERE 

FALL SEASON 9/3  - 10/28

Questions?: sheryludellwsa@gmail.com

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FALL 2019 RECPlus High School Soccer

(grades 9-12) Boys & Girls

PROGRAM IS FULL

Monday practices / Saturday games
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FALL 2019 TOP SOCCER for K-8
Weston and Westport are teaming up to offer this fun soccer
program designed for players in grade K-8 with physical and/or learning disabilities. 

Saturdays in Weston (Morehouse Park) @ 12:45pm - 1:45pm

Starting Sat 9/07 - 11/09

Players & Volunteer Buddies must register, click HERE

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REFEREES

WSA Blackshirt Referee Program is FULL as of 9/08/19. Please check back in the spring for open spots. WSA Blackshirts are non-certified referees who work only Rec games.  Qualifying age:  must be entering 6th grade or higher.  Our WSA Blackshirt program has reached full capacity.    

 "YELLOWSHIRTS" are USSF certified referees and can work Rec & Travel games in any town.  Must be at least age 13 at the time of registration.  USSF certification open runs Aug - Sept and  Jan-Feb..  FOR MORE INFORMATION  go to: https//:www.ctreferee.net

ALL CURRENT USSF Certified YELLOWSHIRTS must RE-certify each year to work the following year. For certification info go to:  https//:www.ctreferee.net

Any questions, contact WSA Referee Assignor, Kathleen:    

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Financial Aid is available for some WSA programs. 

For eligibility, please contact Westport Town Youth Services, Annette D'Augelli, FamilyPrograms@WestportCt.gov, 203-241-1183 

 

 

HEADLINES  Subscribe to Westport Soccer Association RSS news feed.
NO JEWELRY - FIFA LAW #4 FULLY ENFORCED
04/04/2019
            NO JEWELRY ...
ADULT SOCCER GAMES
03/21/2019
HEADS UP adult soccer players Westport has men, women and co-ed...
WSA HEADING POLICY
04/03/2016
Dear WSA Families,   The Connecticut Junior Soccer Association...
 
NO JEWELRY - FIFA LAW #4 FULLY ENFORCED

            NO JEWELRY   - FIFA LAW #4  FULLY ENFORCED            

 

To All WSA Families:

As we begin the spring soccer season, a reminder that FIFA Law #4 is fully enforced by referees and coaches for player safety:  
 

A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous.  

All items of jewelry (necklaces, rings, bracelets, earringsleather bands, rubber bands, etc.) are forbidden and must be removed.  Using tape to cover jewelry is not permitted. 

 No exceptions.   

If a player does not comply with this rule, he/she must sit out of play. 
 
Thank you for your cooperation. 
 
Andy Udell & Todd Coleman
WSA Co-Presidents

by posted 04/04/2019
ADULT SOCCER GAMES

HEADS UP adult soccer players Westport has men, women and co-ed games, in pickup format, all year long.

TO RECEIVE EMAIL UPDATES on game time day field info join a group below!

Men interested in playing:  https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/westport-knights


by posted 03/21/2019
WSA HEADING POLICY

Dear WSA Families,

 

The Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (“CJSA”) has adopted the US Soccer and US Youth Soccer (national governing bodies for soccer in the US) rules regarding heading.  These rules take effect on April 1, 2016 and must be enforced by coaches, referees and club administrators.

 

Compliance is mandatory for all CJSA members (the WSA is a member of the CJSA).

 

Heading Restrictions which apply to games and practices

 

Players who are 10 and younger 

  • No player who is 10 or younger may deliberately head the ball, regardless of the age group of the team they are playing on. This includes all activities where CJSA insurance applies, such as practices, scrimmages, and competitions at all levels. 

  • No player on a U11 team or a combined team including the U11 Age Group, (e.g. U11/12), even if the player has turned 11, may head the ball deliberately. 

 

For the WSA this means that headers are not allowed on any of our U11 teams, regardless if the player is 11 or older.  Imagine trying to run a practice or referee a game where some players are able to head and some are not.  Therefore no heading for our U-11 groups or any individual player who might be playing up an age group to U12.

 

This restriction will be enforced in competitions for teams U11 and younger (including combined age brackets including U11 and younger) by award of an indirect free kick for the opposing team. Coaches and parents are responsible for applying this restriction for players who are 10 or younger and playing up. 

 

REC Soccer League:

  • Kindergarten:                         NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • 1st Grade Rec:                        NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • 2nd Grade Rec:                       NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • 3rd Grade Rec:                       NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • 4th Grade Rec:                       NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • 5th/6th grade Rec Plus:        NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • 7th/8th grade rec plus:        HEADING IS ALLOWED*

  • All High School Rec Plus:       HEADING IS ALLOWED

 

WSA Travel Teams

  • U9:                              NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • U10:                             NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • U11:                             NO HEADING ALLOWED

  • U12 AND OLDER:       HEADING ALLOWED IF PLAYER IS 11 OR OLDER *

     

Note:

* Players who are 11-13.

  • Players who are age 11 to 13 and on teams for age groups U12 and older, are restricted to up to 30 minutes of practice heading the ball per week. There is no restriction on the number of times these players can head the ball in a competition, unless the team is competing in a combined bracket that includes U11.

 

 


by posted 04/03/2016
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