Cromwell Chill Soccer Club

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The Cromwell Chill Soccer Club is a non-profit organization and the teams compete in the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association leagues and tournaments against clubs from other towns. The purpose of the Club is to promote the development and enjoyment of soccer and the participation in competitive team play for the youth of the town. This shall include the promotion of good sportsmanship, importance of team play, the continual improvement of individual skills and the development of character through competitive play.

US Youth Soccer statement on U.S. Soccer's birth-year registration mandate

FRISCO, TEXAS (Jan. 26, 2016) - As previously announced in August 2015, US Youth Soccer, along with other youth soccer sanctioning bodies, will be implementing the U.S. Soccer Federation's birth-year registration mandates on Aug. 1, 2016.

This means that beginning Aug. 1, 2016 all regional and national US Youth Soccer competitions, including all levels of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, US Youth Soccer National League, US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program, US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues andUS Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, will be based on age group cut-offs of January 1 for each age group. Due to additional interpretative changes by U.S. Soccer since this announcement in how competition age groups are labeled, US Youth Soccer and other sanctioning bodies are now clarifying the age group structures for the 2016-2017 season.

US Youth Soccer, along with other members of the U.S. Soccer Federation, have been collaborating with each other to help ensure that these changes forced by the U.S. Soccer mandates are implemented as efficiently and smoothly as possible. This collaboration of youth members is ongoing, and each member is continuing to provide feedback and recommendations.

Clubs may continue to organize their teams for competition with players of any age younger than the age group cut-off.

The US Youth Soccer Board of Directors encourages US Youth Soccer State Associations to transition as they deem necessary to accommodate their soccer landscape at the local level.

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