The 2015 In-House Program Jamboree (Division 1/U6 and Division 2/U8 age groups) is CANCELLED due to the forecasted inclement weather as well as the lack of availability of coaches because of the start of the vacation season.
Thank you to all of our families for a wonderful season. See you in the fall!
Fall registrations are currently being accepted.
Important note: TRAVEL REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS EXTENDED TO JULY 15. Travel late fee waived until July 15. Get you registrations in asap! In-House Program registration deadline remains July 18.
AFC/SSA Summer Camp is July 13-17. See "Summer Camp" horizontal page on the SSA website for age group times, fees, and registration info!
In-House Recreation Program will consist of a weeknight training & a game on Sunday Travel Program will consist of two weeknight trainings & weekend games
In-Person Registration: Monday, June 15 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Community Center Basement (Pine St)
or mail Registration Form to: SSA, P.O. Box 397, Seymour, CT 06483
IN-HOUSE REC PROGRAM (U5 through U8): $90 per child
In-house fee includes tee shirt
TRAVEL PROGRAM (U9 through U14): $130 per child
Travel fee does not include uniform kit (jersey, shorts, and socks) – parent must order separately. SSA will email uniform information for ordering to all fall travel families before start of fall season.
TRAVEL REGISTRATION DEADLINE -- Deadline extended! Forms must be postmarked no later than JULY 15!
IN-HOUSE REGISTRATION DEADLINE -- Forms must be postmarked no later than JULY 18
Birth Certificates – All players new to SSA must supply a birth certificate copy to Registrar or player cannot participate as per CT Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) rules!
Teams will be formed for the following Age Groups#:
In-House Rec Program Div. 1 (Under 5/U6) -- Must be 4 or 5 years old by 7/31/15. Co-ed.
In-House Rec Program Div. 2 (Under 7/U8) -- Must be 6 or 7 years old by 7/31/15. Co-ed.
Travel Program (Under 9/U10; U11/U12; U13/U14) -- Must be 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, or 13 by 7/31/15 to play. Travel teams will be divided into girls and boys teams. Children will be assigned to their age appropriate group when possible but may be asked to “play up” to achieve balanced rosters. For additional In-House or Travel program info, please email
#Per CJSA rules, the soccer year runs from 8/01/15 to 7/31/16. Age groups remain the same for the entire year (fall, winter, and spring seasons).
Click and print a 2015 Fall Registration Form below:
SSA VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES (Updated - September 2013)
Volunteers are the backbone of any community organization. Volunteering for SSA is fun and rewarding! Please consider volunteering to keep Seymour’s soccer program strong and support Seymour youth sports.
SOME positions are large – requiring a commitment of 10 or more hours per week, but MOST are very small – only about 3-4 hours PER YEAR. See below for the number of volunteers needed for SSA programming.
Please email SSA at
if you would like to volunteer, or would like additional information.
Team Specific Positions
Coach/Assistant Coach We look for coaches that have a desire to work with children and will promote SSA’s mission, vision, and objectives (see home page link on left).
Coaches will be provided an AFC curriculum for all practice sessions and work under the guidance of the AFC Coach Director. Certification and training opportunities will be available for all coaches to further develop their skills.
Team Manager Every SSA team needs a Team Manager. The Team Manager facilitates communication between the coaches and families and assists the coach with communications, tournament registrations, clerical needs, etc.
Fundraising Committee A committee is needed to raise funds to offset the operational costs of SSA. This committee works under the direction of the Board. The prominent fundraising event is the SpringFest Beer & Wine Tasting.
Fundraising chairpersons: 2
Additional Committee members: 8
Time Commitment: between 3-5 hours per month until event.
Kick-off Day Picnic Committee SSA hosts a “Kick-Off” picnic usually on a Sunday to celebrate the start of the Fall Soccer Season for its younger In-House Program players. It is a fun day primarily meant to get people together and excited about the upcoming season. It is also an opportunity for coaches and team managers to introduce themselves to teams as well as for In-House Program players to receive uniforms and schedules.
This committee works under the direction of the In-House Director and Treasurer.
Committee members: 2
Kick Off Day Volunteers: 3-5
Time Commitment: several hours; flexible time
Other Important Volunteer Positions
N/A at this time.
Open SSA Board Positions All open SSA board positions are filled in accordance with the designated process as defined in the SSA bylaws. All board members are expected to be reliable and dependable, and conduct themselves in a responsible and professional manner. Board members are also expected to fulfill their duties as defined and stated in the bylaws.
Current open position(s):
Referee Coordinator (Non-voting position) -- Please contact SSA for further information regarding this position. SSA Board is willing to entertain that this position be a voting position if prospective volunteer desires.
Welcome to the web home of the Seymour Soccer Association! The SSA Board asks that you visit our site frequently as this will be the centralized resource for information. Please check back regularly for news, scores, weather updates, coach and family materials, schedules, directions, registration information, and much more.
The mission of SSA is to provide a means of recreation to all the children of Seymour while promoting the sport of soccer and developing the skills of individual players. SSA’s vision is to create and encourage an environment consistent with good sportsmanship, physical fitness, respect, team play, and having fun.
SSA believes that youth sports should construct a foundation of confidence and team collaboration that youngsters can transfer to their lives. SSA is also proud to partner with Academica Futebol Club(AFC), a company composed of experienced soccer professionals that support SSA's volunteers and share SSA's goals.
As the great coach John Wooden said, “Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” It is my hope that Seymour’s young people will indeed reveal their character and realize the joy that participating in soccer brings.
Thank you. I look forward to continued success as well as the relationships to be made out on the pitch!