If you’re looking for a soccer tournament in Connecticut, you’ve come to the right place. Below you’ll find the best soccer tournaments in the state of Connecticut. If you don’t find the right soccer tournament for your team near where you live, it might be worth it to signup for a quality soccer tournament in a larger city or in another state.
24th Annual Newtown Kickoff Tournament
Memorial Day Weekend
May 26, 27, 28, 2006
The Newtown Soccer Club is pleased to invite you to participate in our 24th ANNUAL NEWTOWN KICKOFF MEMORIAL DAY TOURNAMENT to be held on May 26, 27, 28, 2006. The tournament is a USYSA sanctioned tournament through Connecticut Junior Soccer Association. All teams must be affiliated with the USYSA or the appropriate national association and must be in good standing. The tournament is open to Classic Teams. All teams are allowed 2 guest players.
Format and Competition…
Division levels are as follows: Classic for age groups U10 through U14 Boys and Girls based on USYSA age groups. Teams may have a roster of 18 players with two guest players allowed…no exceptions. All U10 teams will play small-sided 8 v 8 games and will be allowed a roster of 15 players. A minimum of four games is guaranteed. Qualifying matches will be played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Any finals will be played on Sunday as well.
Bethel Columbus Day Tournament – Bethel Youth Soccer Association (http://www.bethelsoccer.org/)
Ages & Format: The tournament will be a Boys and Girls U-9 thru U-13 Tournament with trophies awarded to the first and second place teams of U-11, U-12 & U-13 divisions and participation awards for U-9 and U-10 teams.
Games & Times: Each team will play four games, two on each day. Games will be consist of two 24 minute halves with a 5 minute half time.
Entry Fee: An entry fee of $350.00 for all teams is due with the application and are non-refundable once a team has been accepted. In the event the tournament is canceled due to weather conditions, a $25.00 administration fee will be charged to all teams.
Farmington Savings Bank Shootout – Farmington Soccer Club (http://fsbshootout.com/)
The Farmington Soccer Club cordially invites you to attend the 24th annual Farmington Savings Bank Shootout Invitational Tournament to be held Labor Day weekend, august 30th,31st and September 1st in Farmington, Connecticut. The Connecticut Junior Soccer Association with USYSA sanctions this tournament.
Competition will be held in Boys and Girls divisions:
U-9, U-10 ($475)
U-11, U-12, U-13 AND U-14 ($525)
Lebanon Fun Day Tournament – Lebanon Junior Soccer Club (http://www.lebanonjuniorsoccer.org/)
Lebanon Junior Soccer Club is a member of the Northeast District (NE) of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) and supports both recreational and competitive soccer programs. LJSC abides by the NE District Rules of Competition and adheres to their Zero Tolerance policy. Both documents can be accessed via the links below.
Madison Invitational Tournament (MIST) – Madison Youth Soccer Club (http://www.madisonsoccer.org/)
The Madison Youth Soccer Club is run entirely by volunteers. We are always looking for additional helpers. Most of the jobs don’t require any soccer knowledge. So, if you are interested in working with a terrific group of people, please contact someone on the Board or come to one of our monthly meetings.
Memorial Ken Borzek Montville Labor Day Tournament – Montville Youth Soccer Club
The Montville Youth Soccer Club is pleased to invite your team to participate in our annual Ken Botzek Labor Day Tournament. This tournament is open to Classic A & B teams for boys and girls age divisions U10 – U14. This tournament is sanctioned by the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) and the USYSA.
New Milford Pre-Season Tournament Soccer Club of New Milford (www.newmilfordsoccer.com)
The tournament is open to all eligible teams. All players participating must possess a valid player pass. All participants must be on an official certified roster. Three Guest players are allowed. No co-ed teams are allowed. Game formats will be comprised as follows: 8 v 8 for U-9 & U-10, 8 v 8 and 11 v 11 for U-11. 11 v 11 for U-12. Teams will be limited to roster sizes of 18 players for U-9 & U-10 and 21 players for U-11 thru U-12.
Nutmeg Classic Invitational Soccer Tournament – Manchester Soccer Club (www.manchestersoccerclub.com/index.php4?DID=46)
U10 teams will play three (3) games, 8 v 8, and all players in the U10 division will receive participation awards. U11 teams will play three (3) games, 8 v 8, and U12-U14 teams will play three (3) games, 11 v 11, with a final game to be held in each division in said age groups. Team trophies will be presented to the winning and runner-up teams in those age groups. All players will receive tournament pins or patches and teams are expected to exchange patches after each game.
Oakwood Premier Invitational
Glastonbury May 26-29, 2006
Oakwood Soccer Club, Inc. is pleased to invite your team to apply to the 15th annual Oakwood Premier Invitational to be held in Connecticut on May 27-29, 2006. The outdoor field complexes at Dwyer Park – East Hartford; Tunxis Mead – Farmington; Sage Park – Berlin; Willowbrook Park – New Britain; Addison & Buckingham Parks – Glastonbury; Curtis Park – Simsbury; Iron Horse Park – Simsbury, and Manchester Memorial Fields have provided excellent playing surfaces for this event in the past.
The Men and Women’s Open divisions will play Sunday & Monday only (May 29 & 30). Strong U-19 & U-18 youth teams are encouraged to apply, as Oakwood will be fielding U-23 and/or U-20 sides. Youth teams accepted into adult brackets will need special permission from their state association. All adult teams must be registered and in good standing with their state association.
Play With Pride 3v3 Soccer Tournament – Tolland Soccer Club (http://www.tollandsoccer.com/)
The purpose of the Tolland Soccer Club is to promote and develop the sport of soccer at the youth level, by providing avenues of participation at various skill levels in order to meet the needs of the players within the Club. We desire our players to develop to their highest potential while maintaining enjoyment for the game, and encourage them to play at the level to which they can compete successfully.
Sao Paio Invitational Tournament – Naugatuck Youth Soccer (www.naugatucksoccer.org/content/blogcategory/34/44/)
Naugatuck Youth Soccer is pleased to announce the 23rd annual Sao Paio Invitational Soccer Tournament (SPIN). The Connecticut Junior Soccer Association has once again sanctioned this exciting event. This tournament is for club teams only. All-star teams and premier teams will not be accepted. U-9 and U-10 teams are E bracket teams and can roster no more than sixteen (16) players. U-11 and U-12 teams can roster no more than eighteen (18) players and the U-13 and U-14 teams can roster no more than twenty (20) players.
SCOR Labor Day Tournament – Soccer Club of Ridgefield
The Soccer Club of Ridgefield (SCOR) is one of the largest soccer clubs in Connecticut. Located in the Town of Ridgefield in southwestern Connecticut, over 1600 boys and girls participate in 103 Recreational Teams, 22 Travel Teams, and 5 Premier Teams. More than 250 volunteers support our program which has both a Fall and Spring Season.
The Wallingford Invitational Soccer Tournament
All of the Tournament Games will be played in accordance with the Laws of the Game as issued by FIFA unless modified herein. The following statements (Rules) supplement the Laws of the Game. These supplementary rules are a guide and are not detailed. Only the intent is being expressed.