Boston Breakers' Weimer to run CFC Arena Academies
Be trained by Boston Breakers professional player, Tiffany Weimer! We have girls and boys programs designed to be a supplemental program for current travel players playing for any club. The focus will be on technique and individual ball skills as well as competitive games. Learn to train the correct way and get better faster!
Tiffany is going into her 11th season as a professional player. She was an All-American at North Haven High School and Penn State University where she scored 91 goals (setting the all-time record for the Big Ten). She appeared in two Final Fours and was up for college Player of the Year two years in a row. After college she played professionally in 6 different countries, Champions League and also had call-ups with the US Women’s National Team.
She has experience coaching at the college and club levels as well as many camps and clinics around the world. The amount of knowledge and experience Tiffany is able to provide to young female players is invaluable, including serving as a role model for players who want to reach a higher level.
These College ID Camps will feature every Division 1 coach in CT along with several other top schools from the Northeast. In addition to the players training and interacting with top college coaches, they will also participate in specific off the field sessions to increase their chance of playing at the collegiate level. Topics will include resume building, admissions process, NCAA eligibility, social media practices, managing your online presence, and more!
Both College ID Camps will be held indoors at the CFC Arena in Hamden, CT and are for dedicated females aged 15-18.
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CFC Goal of the Month Contest -Sponsored by SecureTek Solutions
As part of SecureTek Solutions' partnership with CFC, they will be sponsoring a Goal of the Month contest for the fall season. Each month, CFC players are asked to submit a video of their goal (scored by a CFC player playing for CFC) of the month contender via Instagram @cfc_nation or pm us a link to the goal hosted online and each month we will announce a winner via the newsletter and CFC website. The winner of each month's contest
U. S. Soccer indicates it will announce in the near future, specific details, including a number of new initiatives and recommendations concerning the modification of substitution rules and limitations on heading the ball as well as a more comprehensive player safety campaign.
As outlined below, there are two distinct branches in nearly every area that work as "brother/sister" branches. At the younger ages, each branch has its own developmental program and Premier teams from U11-U13. At the U14 age, the United program begins for both boys and girls for the most talented and committed players in the club. The United Girls have two teams per age group and compete in the ECNL and NPL, while the boys program has one team that will compete in the ECNL (starting in '17/'18) and one that will continue to compete in the NEP NPL League.
For those that do not want to make the commitment involved with the United program, CFC offers State and Regional Level teams for the U14-U18 age groups. Based locally in the branch areas, the two branches closest to each other work together to form teams that will play in the Region I League and the Connecticut State Cup. If the demand is there, each branch may field separate teams from U14-U18, but there will always be a convenient place to play for players of all ability levels.
Whether your goal is to play soccer at the highest level in college, or stay sharp for your high school season, CFC offers something for everyone.