The Wilton Soccer Association is dedicated to providing Wilton children, their families and the community with a positive soccer experience at all skill levels that emphasizes having fun, building character through sportsmanship, coaching excellence, te

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Welcome to the Wilton Soccer Association

Welcome to the WSA and thank you for visiting our site.

Here you will find all the information you will need to learn about our programs and manage your member and player experience.

  • The navigation along the top will help you manage your participation in our programs, by providing relevant program details and current team updates.
  • The navigation along the left side will help you manage your member experience by providing useful information and resources.

We look forward to having you and your player(s) in our programs, and delivering to you a positive soccer experience.

High School Age Rec Plus Registration

Eligibility:

Register for Wilton Soccer Association's high school age recreational (Rec Plus) soccer program; open to all high school age (grades 9 -12) boys and girls (teams). 

Important Note: Players on their high school team roster are not eligible to play.

 

Registration Dates:

  • Opens: 8/27/16
  • Closes: 9/12/16
  • No tryouts or player evaluations needed
  • Team Roster Announced: 9/13/16
  • 9 weeks of training/practice begins: Week of: 9/19/16
  • First of 8 games: 9/24/16 (Saturdays) ending 11/12/16
  • cost: $250, includes professional coaching fees

Note: Dates are tentative and subject to change as rosters, fields and schedules are finalized.

 

Uniform Kits:

Order online at Soccer and Ruby (or in Ridgefield store)

  1. Uniform kits consist of 2 jerseys (blue and white shirts, without names or numbers)
  2. Blue shorts w/ white stripes
  3. Blue socks w/ white stripes

 

Required:

  • Own size 5 soccer ball, shin guards and water bottle
  • Soccer style cleats highly recommended
  • No jewelry or watches allowed

 

Light Travel:

  • Light travel to neighboring towns (only) required
  • Approximately every other week on Saturday's/game days

 

Parent Volunteering Opportunities:

Parent Managers/Assistant Coaches:
Although we will now have professional coaches at games we would still like help from parent volunteers as team managers/assistant coaches, the role will be to assist the professional coach on game days, schedule games and communicate with the opposition and to communicate with all team members.

Parent on Duty (POD):
Like travel practices Warrior teams will now require a parent on duty for practices which will be rotated between all members on the team during the season, this allows the professional coach to remain focused on development, while the POD focuses on the health and safety of player, contacts parents in case of emergency and ensures all kids are picked up.

Questions?  Please contact Dave Loughran, VP Rec Plus,


by posted 08/27/2016
WSA Junior Referees

Jr. Referee Registration for Fall 2016 is open!

All new and prior Jr. Referees MUST register  (http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:197597)

You must be entering grades 6-9, AND be 12 years old by June 30, 2017

 

**ALL NEW JR. REFEREES ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE TRAINING CLASS** 

Thursday, September 1st

7:00-8:00pm

Comstock Community Center


If you were a Jr. Referee for the Spring 2016 season and/or you completed the training class in Fall 2015, you do not need to attend, but you are welcome to come.

Please contact Nancy Zizzadoro ( ) with any questions.


by posted 08/23/2016
Introducing the Team Warrior Program

Dear WSA members,

We are excited to announce some important improvements to the current Academy soccer program structure for the Fall 2016 season. The Academy program will be changing its name and its structure to improve all of the players’ experience and increase their development.

The new name will be the “Team Warrior Program”, the program will look to mirror many parts of the current coaching structure of travel soccer to offer players the same coaching opportunities to assist their development. The aim is to give players more opportunities, experience and support to aid their learning in the correct playing environment, below is a breakdown of the changes;

Two weekly practices
Warrior teams will train twice a week with both sessions lasting 1 hour 15 minutes and have a professional coach to run both sessions. Having a professional coach will also enable more developmental feedback to both players and parents.

Professional game day coaching
Warrior teams will have their professional coach at their games each weekend to support what they have been learning in practice and deliver a consistent message and allow for game day coaching to improve players tactical understanding of the game.

Parent Managers/Assistant Coaches
Although we will now have professional coaches at games we would still like help from parent volunteers as team managers/assistant coaches, the role will be to assist the professional coach on game days, schedule games and communicate with the opposition and to communicate with all team members.

Parent on Duty
Like travel practices Warrior teams will now require a parent on duty for practices which will be rotated between all members on the team during the season, this allows the professional coach to remain focused on development, while the POD focuses on the health and safety of player, contacts parents in case of emergency and ensures all kids are picked up.

Some of the positive things that are not changing are:

  • The program is open to all players who wish to participate in soccer and does not require a tryout
  • Teams will still be grade based and may involve merging two grades together - Grades 3/4, 5/6 & 7/8
  • Player evaluations/grading only for 3rd & 4th grade (Monday 8/29/16 at Merwin Meadows)
  • Players do not have to commit to Fall and Spring, however, we hope you participate in both
  • Teams will continue to be “balanced” when formed through grading and may change between Fall and Spring
  • Games will continue to be played on a Saturday
  • Teams will still play within the South West District Rec plus league
  • We will offer a winter training option to keep you on the ball

Uniform Kits:

Order online at Soccer and Ruby (or in Ridgefield store)

  1. Uniform kits consist of 2 jerseys (blue and white shirts, without names or numbers)
  2. Blue shorts w/ white stripes
  3. Blue soccer socks w/ white stripes

Required:

  • Own soccer ball, shin guards and water bottle. 
  • Soccer style cleats highly recommended. No jewelry or watches allowed.  
  • Light travel to neighboring towns (only) approximately every other week on Saturday's/game days.

Questions?

Please contact Dave Loughran VP of the new Team Warrior Program at .


by posted 06/27/2016
Recent Results
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Allens Meadow #4 - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Allens Meadow Park - WILTON OPEN (8/30) 
Ambler Farms 1 - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Ambler Farms 2 - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Comstock - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Kristine Lilly - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Landmark/G'town - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Madaras Field - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
Merwin Meadows - Wilton OPEN (8/30) 
WSA Field Status Hotline
203.221.2216