Come swing by the CFC Arena Bar & Grill to celebrate one of our very own, Jami Kranich, renewing her womens professional soccer contract with the Boston Breakers!!!
Jami and others will be on hand Thursday, February 4th from 7 - 9pm.
You can see more details on the Facebook Event page HERE
A little about Jami Kranich:
Long time CFC Goalkeeper, Jami Ann Kranich, will be renewing her contract with the Boston Breakers of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). Kranich, a senior at Villanova, played for CFC for 12 years, beginning with the Comets program, before advancing to United from U15-U18. While in college, she played for the CFC Passion of the WPSL.
All told, Kranich's CFC teams won an unprecedented 7 State Cup Championships and reached 2 Region I Semifinals. "We are extremely excited for Jami Ann," CFC Co-Owner, Matt Micros said. "She grew up in the club and stayed with us all the way through college. It's exciting to see her hard work paying off. She is a tremendous person on and off the field."
Kranich finished her Villanova career as one of the top performers in program history and appeared and started in 64 games throughout her tenure with the team. She registered 5,773 minutes played, posted a 1.59 goals against average, a 72.5% save percentage and made 269 saves over the course of her four-year career. She was named the 2012 BIG EAST Preseason Goalkeeper of the Year and was a 2012 Third Team All-BIG EAST selection.
Kranich, was invited to last summer's U23 National Camp and prior to that, a member of the U20 US National Team that won the 2012 Women's World Cup in Japan.
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.
For a number of years, we have received emails and phone calls from parents looking for CFC Apparel. We have debated many times on setting up an online store but, for one reason or another, have never followed through with the idea. However, the owners decided this summer that we really wanted to offer parents the opportunity to help support our "brand" and provide players the opportunity to purchase items we opted not to put in the uniform package due to the already high cost. With a collaboration between Soccer and Rugby and Nike, we are happy to announce our first edition of the CFC Online Store.
Please note that nothing on this site is mandatory and is separate from uniform ordering. If you find something that works for you or your daughter, wonderful. If not, that's fine too.
To view the store, please click on the link below or visit the CFC website, left side menu.
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 competes in the NEP League in Massachusetts.
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.
CFC NORTH Wolves: (Rocky Hill)
Sportsworld: (East Windsor)