2017-18 Teams

For 2017-18 Beachside will field teams in the following categories and age groups.

2007 through 2009 Boys

North & South

(7v7, 9v9)

For 2007 through 2009 y.o.b. boys we will field Beachside North & Beachside South teams to compete each weekend.

The “North” teams will mostly train in Easton, CT.

The “South” teams will mostly train in, lower Fairfield County: Stamford, CT.

2006 though 2009 Girls

(7v7, 9v9)

For 2006 through 2009 y.o.b. girls we will field Beachside Girls Teams to compete each weekend in the Connecticut Club Soccer League.

2004, 2005/06 Boys

2005 Girls

(11v11)

These 2004, 2005/06 Boys and 2005 Girls y.o.b. teams will play in the Eastern Development Program league. They play the Fall , Winter and Spring seasons.

1999/2000/01, 2003 Boys

1999/00 & 2001 Girls

Winter-Spring Premier Teams for HS Aged Player

(11 v 11)

For players playing High School Soccer we will field teams to compete and in play in the Eastern Development Program league.

These teams begin play after the High School Season finishes in Mid-November.

They will train indoors in the Winter and resume outdoor play in the Spring.

 

US Soccer Development Academy Teams

Beachside’s Boys Program is part of the US Soccer Development Academy – It is the highest level of youth soccer in the Country. It includes approximately 90 clubs in the U.S. selected for the quality of the development environment they provide.

Beachside is one of only two USSDA clubs in CT. We will participate in every USSDA age group.

Those age groups are:

2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2001/02 & 1999/00.

For the 2006 age group we will field two 9v9 squads each weekend.

We will also field a “Pre-Academy” 2002 y.o.b. boys team which will compete in the North East Pre-Academy League with a 10 month Season: Fall, Winter & Spring.

Mens’ Super 20 Team Beachside’s Men’s Super-20 team competes against some of the top teams in the country. The Super-20 team is an excellent opportunity for the area’s top club and collegiate players to play in a professional environment without negatively impacting their college eligibility. Super-20 practices  begin in mid-May, with games scheduled throughout the summer months of June and July,