Youth soccer program in Simsbury Connecticut


U14/15 Farmington Valley League

Simsbury Soccer Club’s program provides a level-appropriate combination of clinic style training and weekly games. This division is for players born in The birth years indicated above. 

In this program teams travel and play against U14/15  teams from neighboring towns in the Farmington Valley League (FVL). Players are assigned to teams with volunteer coaches and wear the Simsbury Soccer uniform.

The cost for the program is $145 plus uniform (all players both new and returning have to get a new uniform since we have switched uniform vendors).

  • Practices
    • Coach determines practice day, practices are from 5:30 to 7, field TBD
    • irst practice is week of TBD; no practice Labor Day, Columbus Day or Memorial Day
  • Games
    • Saturdays and occasionally Sunday afternoons
    • Home Games: Curtiss
    • Away Games: TBD at FVL towns (Avon, Burlington, Canton, East Granby, Farmington, Granby)
    • Game Schedule will be released by FVL closer to the start of the season
    • No games Labor Day weekend nor Columbus Day weekend
  • Optional Skills Clinic: TBD
  • Equipment
    • Any new player will need to order a complete uniform (shirt, practice jersey, short & sock) at registration; players from Fall 2015 or Spring 2016 will receive a practice jersey when then register
    • Required: shin guards, socks, cleats, size #4 ball, labeled water bottle

During the season, all teams attend an academy style practice on their respective night. This is facilitated by a professional trainer who works with the players and coaches to develop both individual soccer skills and team concepts.

In addition, each week there is a Friday evening co-ed skills clinic for all registered players. Attendance is optional but strongly recommended as it is designed to help improve each player's soccer development. This additional clinic is included with the registration fee.

Teams will be formed based on player and coach availability. Registration and teams are formed separately for the fall and spring seasons.