DATE: FEBRUARY 17, 2020 – PRESIDENT’S DAY
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 2019
College Showcase ID:
Men’s Showcase: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Participants: All high school age players
Location: Farmington Sports Arena, 11 Executive Drive, Farmington, CT 06032
Fields: Indoor Fields; Outdoor play 11 v 11 if weather permits
Registration Link: www.fsafcunited.com
Join us on President’s Day for the Northeast College ID Clinic. This is an opportunity to be coached by some of the top Division 1,2, and 3 coaches in the Northeast. This event is being held at the state of art facility, Farmington Sports Arena, in Farmington, Connecticut. We welcome all high school players to this great event. There are limited spots available; register by December 31, 2018 to take advantage of the early registration discount.
Players will be assigned to teams and will have the opportunity to be trained by multiple college coaches throughout the event. Participants will also be playing in front of invited coaches in attendance allowing them to showcase their abilities and talents. If the weather permits, 11 v 11 games will be played outside as part of the clinic.
Farmington Sports Arena is one of the best indoor facilities in the Northeast. The facility comes equipped with (3) 100’ x 200’ “Field-Turf” indoor non-boarded soccer fields and (1) 70’ x 148’ “Field-Turf” indoor boarded soccer field.
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Players who register for the clinic will have the opportunity to list colleges of interest. We will reach out to the coaches and inivite them to the event. The list below will be updated as coaches commit.
College Coaches Attending:
University of New Hampshire
Central CT State University
Albertus Magnus College
University of Saint Joseph
American International College
Southern CT State University
Anna Maria College
St. Bonaventure University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Coast Guard Academy
University of Bridgeport
University of Connecticut
Keene State College
Western CT State University
Roger Williams University
Eastern CT State University