This Website is the home page for the Northeast District of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA). The Northeast District is the umbrella organization that arranges recreational- and competition-level leagues for about 20 independent district soccer clubs, and this site is designed to support the administration of those leagues.
Parents looking for soccer club information, please see our Links page.
Spring 2016 Is On
Good luck this spring. D3 and D4 teams please report your scores..
2015 District Champions
Congratulations to the following division champions for fall, 2015:
So, these things will be discussed by the Northeast District over the winter break, and clubs are urged to attend these meetings. As well, these issues will be discussed and likely voted on at the CJSA AGM. So, clubs should read up on these changes so they can discuss the issues from a position of understanding.
These changes are to be implemented beginning 2016 as a best practice and 2017 as a requirement.
Concussion Information Posted
See the Soccer Links page for CDC and U.S. Youth Soccer information on concussion for youth sports.
Use This Website To
This Website is designed to be used by Northeast District soccer clubs (and coaches of their teams) to report competition-travel team scores and for administrative purposes, such as providing forms and rules of competition. If you are a parent looking for a club, please see our Links page. Please use our Contact Us page if you have questions.
Report your scores: All division 3 and 4 competition travel teams must report all their league match scores. Home teams, away teams, winning teams, losing teams, and every age group must report. See score reporting here.
Get documents and forms: Open or download district and CJSA forms, including the rules of play, which are modified to meet district goals for the good of soccer. Find documents and forms here.
Score Reporting Tips
Please read the following tips for reporting your scores:
Verify your match number using the schedule posted on this Website – the schedule provided at the scheduling meeting is a draft and might not be accurate for all teams
All comp teams (D3/D4) must report each and every league match
The winning, losing, home, and away teams must all report
A match is assigned a match number – you must use that number to report
Do not make up match numbers
A match is assigned to a specific weekend – if the match is not played by the time the assigned weekend has ended, report a postponement
If a match is postponed, both the teams involved must report the postponement
If a match is played early, just report the match using the match number
If a match is not played by the weekend it is scheduled, report a postponement AND report the match when it is played
Use the "Report Scores" link to the left to report your scores
Report scores by Monday 10pm following the weekend the match is scheduled on the master schedule
Finally: reach out to your club for help reporting scores!
Do Not Submit Late Match Reports Unless...
If the standings have been updated and the list of no-reports has been sent to clubs, do not submit your match report UNLESS neither team reported on the match in question.
If neither team reported on the match in question, the match will be listed as not reported in the standings PDF. In this case, we need a late report to know what happened to the match.
Scores that are submitted late but are not needed just add to the number of emails and slew of data, and they cause more work with no benefit. So, if your opponent reported the match and you did not before the standings were updated, then don't submit anything late, just be on time with the next report.
Listen to This Muppet: Respect
Ray Winstone starring in the English Football Association (FA) Respect campaign. For more information, see: http://www.thefa.com/Respect. Soccer (football) faces many of the same challenges the world over. Presented here for the good of soccer.