Girls Soccer

2019 Girls Soccer Championships
Championship Dates Defending Champions
LL Qual.-Sat., 11/9
1st Rnd.-Tue., 11/12
2nd Rnd.-Thur., 11/14
Qtrs.-Sat., 11/16
Semis.-Tue., 11/19 or Wed., 11/20
Finals-Sat., 11/23 @Site TBA
RIDGEFIELD  
L Qual.-Sat., 11/9
1st Rnd.-Tue., 11/12
2nd Rnd.-Thur., 11/14
Qtrs.-Sat., 11/16
Semis.-Tue., 11/19 or Wed., 11/20
Finals-Sat., 11/23 @Site TBA
TOLLAND  
M Qual.-Sat., 11/9
1st Rnd.-Tue., 11/12
2nd Rnd.-Thur., 11/14
Qtrs.-Sat., 11/16
Semis.-Tue., 11/19 or Wed., 11/20
Finals-Sat., 11/23 @Site TBA
LEWIS MILLS  
S Qual.-Sat., 11/9
1st Rnd.-Tue., 11/12
2nd Rnd.-Thur., 11/14
Qtrs.-Sat., 11/16
Semis.-Tue., 11/19 or Wed., 11/20
Finals-Sat., 11/23 @Site TBA
OLD LYME  
GeneralNewsSchedules/Results/StatsCIAC Tournament Results
Important Dates (2019 Season):

  • First Practice Date: Aug. 29
  • First Contest: Sept. 12
  • Last Date to Count for Tournament: Nov. 7

Scores and Forms Submission

  • Coaches can submit scores and tournament forms for their teams. An access code issued by their school’s athletic director is required for submission and/or viewing.
    Submit Girls Soccer Scores/Forms

National Federation Girls Soccer Information:

Girls Soccer Divisions
2019 Girls Soccer Divisions
*Denotes moved up due to success in tournament factor
Class LL (587 and over/41)
  • Amity
  • Bridgeport Central
  • Brien McMahon
  • Career/Hillhouse
    Coop: Career Magnet (Host) & Hillhouse
  • Cheshire
  • Conard
  • Danbury
  • Darien
  • East Hartford
  • Enfield
  • Fairfield Ludlowe
  • Fairfield Warde
  • Farmington
  • Glastonbury
  • Greenwich
  • Hall
  • Hamden
  • Manchester
  • Middletown
  • New Britain
  • New Canaan
  • New Milford
  • Newington
  • Newtown
  • Norwalk
  • Norwich Free Academy
  • Ridgefield
  • Shelton
  • Simsbury
  • South Windsor
  • Southington
  • St. Joseph*
  • Stamford
  • Staples
  • Trumbull
  • West Haven
  • Westhill
  • Wethersfield
  • Wilbur Cross
  • Wilton
  • Windsor
  • Class L (412-586/40)
  • Avon
  • Berlin
  • Bethel
  • Branford
  • Bristol Central
  • Bristol Eastern
  • Brookfield
  • Bunnell
  • Daniel Hand
  • E.O. Smith
  • East Haven
  • East Lyme
  • Fitch
  • Foran
  • Guilford
  • Harding
  • Hartford Public
  • Joel Barlow
  • Jonathan Law
  • Killingly
  • Ledyard
  • Lyman Hall
  • Maloney
  • Masuk
  • Mercy
  • Naugatuck
  • New London
  • North Haven
  • Platt
  • Pomperaug
  • RHAM
  • Rockville
  • Sacred Heart Academy
  • Sacred Heart/Kaynor Tech
    Coop: Sacred Heart (Host) & Kaynor Tech
  • Sheehan
  • SMSA/Bulkeley
    Coop: SMSA (Host) & Bulkeley
  • Stratford
  • Suffield
  • Torrington
  • Woodstock Academy
  • Class M (260-411/40)
  • Amistad
  • Ansonia
  • Bacon Academy
  • Bassick
  • Bloomfield
  • Bullard Havens Tech
  • East Catholic
  • Ellington
  • Granby Memorial
  • Griswold
  • Haddam-Killingworth
  • HMTCA
  • Immaculate*
  • Innovation
  • Lauralton Hall
  • Lewis Mills
  • Montville
  • Morgan
  • New Fairfield
  • Nonnewaug
  • North Branford
  • Northwestern
  • Norwich Tech/Holy Family
    Coop: Norwich Tech (Host) & Acad. of the Holy Family
  • Notre Dame-Fairfield
  • Oxford
  • Plainfield
  • Plainville
  • Platt Tech
  • Prince Tech
  • Rocky Hill
  • Seymour
  • Stonington
  • Tolland
  • Valley Regional
  • Waterford
  • Watertown
  • Weston
  • Wilcox Tech
  • Wolcott
  • Woodland
  • Class S (Up to 259/43)
  • Bolton
  • Canton
  • Capital Prep
  • Civic Leadership/AAE
    Coop: Civic Leadership (Host) & Aerospace
  • Classical Magnet
  • Coginchaug
  • Coventry
  • Cromwell
  • Derby
  • East Granby
  • East Hampton
  • East Windsor
  • Gilbert
  • Grasso Tech
  • Hale Ray
  • Holy Cross
  • Housatonic Regional
  • Kolbe Cathedral
  • Litchfield
  • Lyman Memorial
  • MLC
  • Northwest Catholic
  • Old Lyme
  • Old Saybrook
  • Parish Hill
  • Portland
  • Putnam
  • Shepaug Valley
  • Somers
  • St. Bernard
  • St. Paul Catholic
  • Stafford
  • Terryville
  • Thomaston
  • Tourtellotte
  • Trinity Catholic
  • Wamogo
  • Westbrook
  • Wheeler
  • Windham
  • Windham Tech
  • Windsor Locks
  • Wolcott Tech
  • Soccer Committee
    Name (Title)School/Organization
    Carl Babb (Retired principal)N/A
    Sam BarnesN/A
    Mark BerkowitzWeston HS
    Michael Bosworth (CAAD rep)Suffield HS
    Lindsey Boutilier (CAAD Rep)Manchester HS
    Abe Breslow (G. Ex officio Coach)N/A
    Ann Marie Catania (Girls Soccer Coach)Rocky Hill HS
    Joseph DelBuono (Officials)N/A
    David Dennehy (CAAD)St. Paul Catholic HS
    Rick Distefano (Boys Soccer Coach)Joseph A. Foran HS
    Lynne Flint (CAAD)Haddam-Killingworth HS
    Scott GiegerichPortland MS
    Linda IacobellisManchester HS
    Jean KelleherN/A
    Marc Kenney (Coach)Newtown HS
    Tom MalinN/A
    Scott McMahon (Coach)Guilford HS
    Mark Morello (Girls Soccer Coach)Lyman Memorial HS
    Jim O'BrienWindsor Locks HS
    Bob O'Dea (Officials)CSOA
    Bill Phelps (Coach)Canton HS
    Terry SchanbacherN/A
    Dave Tanner (B. Chair)E.O. Smith HS
    Dan Woog (Coach)Staples HS
    Girls Soccer Boards
    • Central Connecticut Soccer Officials Association [website]
    • Coastal Valley Soccer Officials Association [website]
    • Eastern Connecticut Soccer Officials Association [website]
    • Greater New Haven Soccer Officials Association [website]
    • Southern Connecticut Soccer Officials Association
    • Western Connecticut Soccer Officials Association [website]
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    Fall Rules Interpretation Meeting Schedule Posted

    August 21st, 2012

    A complete schedule of Fall sport rules interpretation meetings has been posted on the site. Schools are reminded that their head coach or a designated representative is required to attend the meeting for their sport. More information and the complete schedule of meetings can be found here.[...]

    Official Tournament Balls 2012-17

    Official Tournament Balls 2012-17

    July 31st, 2012

    The following game balls must be used in all CIAC tournament games from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2017. Football - Spalding SB-1 Football (Item # 72-6038) or Spalding J5V Advanced (Item # 62-8998) Soccer* - Brine - Championship Game Ball - BC105N Volleyball - Spalding TF5000 (Item # 72-0259) Boys Basketball - Spalding TF1000 Legacy (Item # 74-7168) Girls Basketball - Spalding TF1000 Legacy 28.5 (Item # 74-7358) Baseball* -  (Item # 41-000) Softball - Dudley WT12 Y FP (Item[...]

    Schedules/Results

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    YearClassChampionRunnerupScoreDetails
    2018LLRidgefieldStaples1-0
     LTollandFarmington2-0
     MLewis MillsPlainfield2-1 (OT)
     SOld LymeImmaculate2-1
    2017LLRidgefieldStaples2-1
     LSt. JosephRHAM1-0
     MGranby MemorialBerlin3-0
     SOld LymeHoly Cross2-1 (2OT)
    2016LLGlastonburyRidgefield4-1
     LSt. JosephMasuk4-0
     MImmaculate/Notre Dame-Fairfield 0-0 (2OT, Co-Champions)
     SOld LymeOld Saybrook1-0
    2015LLGlastonburyRidgefield5-3
     LSt. JosephSuffield2-0
     MNorthwest CatholicEnfield2-0
     SNotre Dame-Fairfield/Old Lyme 2-2 (2OT, Co-Champions)
    2014LLGlastonburyFairfield Warde2-1 (2OT)
     LImmaculateAvon2-1
     MEast CatholicWeston1-0
     SPortlandHousatonic Regional2-1 (2OT)
    2013LLSt. JosephSuffield2-1
     LGuilfordBranford2-0
     MWaterfordHaddam-Killingworth1-0
     SPortland/Old Saybrook 0-0 (OT, Co-Champions)
    2012LLNewtownGlastonbury2-1
     LAvonMasuk1-0
     MNorthwest CatholicSt. Joseph4-1
     SImmaculatePortland5-0
    2011LLGlastonburyTrumbull2-1
     LAvonFarmington2-1
     MNorthwest CatholicGranby Memorial4-0
     SImmaculateLitchfield3-0
    2010LLSheltonWesthill1-0
     LRHAMAvon2-1
     MSuffieldLewis Mills1-0
     SImmaculateMorgan1-0
    2009LLWesthillGlastonbury2-1
     LNew CanaanAvon1-0
     MSuffield/Northwest Catholic(Co-Champions)0-0 (2OT)
     SOld Lyme/Immaculate(Co-Champions)1-1 (2OT)
    2008LLTrumbullCheshire1-0
     LWiltonJoel Barlow1-0
     MSt. JosephNonnewaug1-0
     SImmaculateSt. Bernard2-0
    2007LLTrumbullSimsbury1-0
     LFairfield WardeFarmington1-0
     MSt. JosephSuffield1-0
     SCromwellSomers3-2
    2006LLAmity Regional/Trumbull(Co-Champions)0-0 (2OT)
     LWiltonDaniel Hand3-1
     MSuffieldHoly Cross1-0
     SCromwell/Immaculate(Co-Champions)0-0 (2OT)
    2005LLCheshire/Simsbury(Co-Champions)2-2 (2OT)
     LFarmingtonWilton1-0
     MSuffieldHoly Cross1-0
     SImmaculateSt. Bernard3-0
    2004LLNewtownTrumbull2-0
     LWiltonDaniel Hand2-1 (2OT)
     MNew CanaanSuffield2-0
     SImmaculateOld Lyme4-0
    2003LLCheshireFairfield1-0
     LFarmington/Guilford(Co-Champions)1-1
     MAvonJoel Barlow2-1
     SImmaculateTourtellotte4-0
    2002LLFairfield/Southington(Co-Champions)0-0 (2OT)
     LNew CanaanFarmington2-1
     MAvonWaterford2-0
     SStaffordRocky Hill2-0
    2001LLTrumbullSimsbury1-0
     LNew CanaanDaniel Hand2-0
     MAvonLauralton Hall1-0 (2OT)
     SGranby MemorialWindsor Locks2-0
    2000LLSimsburyGlastonbury2-1
     LWiltonFarmington2-1
     MSuffieldAvon1-0
     SGranby MemorialTourtellotte3-0
    1999LTrumbullGlastonbury1-0
     MWiltonSuffield3-0
     STourtellotte/Rocky Hill(Co-Champions)1-1 (OT)
    1998LTrumbullSimsbury3-0
     MBerlinEast Lyme3-1
     SSuffieldLewis Mills3-2
    1997LTrumbullSimsbury3-0
     MNew CanaanHoly Cross4-1
     SEllingtonCoventry1-0
    1996LTrumbullGlastonbury2-0
     MWoodstock AcademyFarmington1-0
     SRocky HillImmaculate1-0
    1995LWiltonLyman Hall2-0
     MRHAMStaples4-2
     SImmaculateOld Lyme2-1
    1994LSimsburyGuilford2-1 (2OT)
     MWethersfieldWindham3-0
     SWestonTourtellotte1-0
    1993LWiltonSimsbury3-2
     MNew CanaanWethersfield1-0
     STourtellotteEllington2-1
    1992LSimsburyRidgefield1-0
     MGuilfordNew Canaan4-0
     SEllingtonWoodstock Academy4-1
    1991LWindsorGlastonbury1-0
     MGuilfordDaniel Hand2-1
     SWestonWoodstock Academy2-0
    1990LManchester/Wilton(Co-Champions)2-2
     MGuilfordDaniel Hand5-0
     SEllingtonAvon2-1
    1989LStaplesWilton1-0
     MLyman Hall/Guilford(Co-Champions)2-2
     SWestonTolland1-0
    1988LWiltonSimsbury3-2
     MNew CanaanSheehan2-1
     SGranby MemorialWeston1-0
    1987LSimsburyWilton2-1
     MGuilfordNew Canaan3-2
     SGranby MemorialCoventry2-1
    1986LWiltonHall3-2
     MFarmington/Wethersfield(Co-Champions)0-0
     SGranby MemorialRocky Hill4-3
    1985LWiltonHall2-1
     STollandOld Lyme1-0
    1984LGuilfordManchester2-1
     STollandRocky Hill2-0
    1983LSimsburyGlastonbury3-0
     STollandFarmington2-1
    1982OpenSimsburyFarmington5-0
    1981OpenE.O. SmithGuilford2-0
    1980OpenE.O. SmithWindsor Locks5-0