NFSC spring registration is officially open! Unlike the fall, we expect to have a full season which officially starts the second weekend of April. A reminder that we decreased registration fees in the fall due to the uncertainty of the season, but spring fees reflect a full season. As we did in the fall, the club is following all state and local COVID-19 safety guidelines for youth sports and you can view the full CJSA guidelines we follow in combination with our town health director, on the homepage of Nfsoccer.com.
Travel registration closes 3/15 and InHouse registration closes on 3/31, so PLEASE REGISTER ASAP!
Players should be registered for the appropriate age group based on their birthdate. All programs and age qualifications are outlined on our registration page.
If your child played in Fall 2020, you will be registering them in the same age group they played in, in the fall.
If your child is in high school, you will be registering them for either u16 or u19, depending on their age.
Please note that payment is required at the time of registration and a payment plan option is available.
A limited amount of funds are available for families in need of financial assistance. If you would like to request financial aid, please fill out the online form from the "Reports/Forms" drop down list at the top of the nfsoccer.com home page. Keep in mind, families requesting financial aid are required to volunteer during the season. You must make this request before you register.
If you have a reversible in house jersey from the fall season, this can be re-used. If you need a new reversible jersey they are $15 and you can email Kevin Courtney
with jersey size needed for your child.
If you need to order a travel uniform here is the link: https://www.
Red jersey, white jersey, red shorts and red socks should be ordered. If your child has not been assigned a jersey number yet, please contact Sal Zani before ordering the uniform.
Questions about registration?
Contact the NFSC Registrar, November Rawlings, at
In our current environment, living amidst the restrictions of COVID-19, we wanted to remind everyone of the CJSA policies we are following as a district and a club, with the support and guidance of the New Fairfield town Health Director. It’s important that we all work together to follow these guidelines for everyone’s health and safety, and so that we can continue our season without any interruption. While many of these guidelines are specific to travel games, there are good reminders for our in house program as well.
Travel guidelines have spectators (and teams) situated diagonally across the field from eachother this season to provide adequate social distancing during games. You’ll be next to /on the same side of the field as your team players. Please reference the details in the CJSA game day doc below. Coaches will also do their best to communicate prior to games with a reminder of where to sit during a game.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED! Spectators must wear masks at all times, no exceptions. All participants (referees, coaches, players, admins) must wear a mask when coming into and leaving the field area, but are not required to on the field. Home team coaches will be checking to ensure masks are being worn. Again, please reference the CJSA game day doc for further details.
Please do not send your child to practice or a game if they are experiencing any symptoms. This goes for spectators as well. Symptoms include a persistent cough, shortness of breath, running a temperature or displaying any symptoms suggesting that the individual may be ill (from any contagious malady, including cold, flu, or suspected coronavirus). You can reference this self assessment tool as a helpful resource.
What do you do if you think you have coronavirus or have been exposed to someone who has? First, consult a medical professional and follow their guidance. Next, please make your child’s coach is aware so that we as a club can consult with the New Fairfield town Health Director. In the event it is necessary, we will advise if a team has been exposed to any risk and if practices or games need to be paused accordingly.
Quarantine & Return to play
As we are all well aware of now, the standard quarantine time is 14 days. This includes after traveling to states on the CT travel ban list, as well as after any confirmed local exposure. We also recommend you reference the document sent out last week from the NFPS district nurse as it provides best practices as it relates to reporting, quarantine and contact tracing.
Thank you for your continued support and for helping to keep our kids, our families, and our town safe!
New Fairfield Soccer Club Board
New Fairfield Soccer Club says "Thank you" to all our heroes during these times.
NFSC U12 & U15 girls thank you video
Don't Forget The Cleat Swap!
CLEAT SWAP TEMPORARILY ON HOLD
Has your player outgrown their cleats? Have cleats to share? Come out to the In-House Jamboree to share and swap soccer cleats.
All ages welcome. Now until April, drop off cleats to share in our collection box at The Goodie Shoppe. Thank you!