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Posted Aug 22, 2018

Please email oxfordsoccerleague.net@gmail.com with any general questions, or osl.registrar@gmail.com with registration specific questions. Thanks!


    Posted January 16, 2019

    Dear Parents,


    We realize that the current uncertain economic situation may have an impact on some parents/guardians, especially those impacted by the partial government shutdown, and their ability to pay registration fees for their child(ren) for soccer. Please know that Oxford Soccer League will NEVER turn away a child because of a parent's or guardian's financial situation.


    If would like help to get a deferral or waiver of fees or to request a payment plan, please contact Dave Logie via email at oxfordsoccerleague.net@gmail.com in complete confidence.


    Thank you!


Registration is NOW OPEN for Spring 2019 In-House programs. Please see the appropriate form below.


Registration for the Spring 2019 Travel program has CLOSED. Please email us if you have not yet registered but would like your son/daughter to play. Whether or not this is possible will depend on the availability of an open spot on an age-appropriate team.


Please contact osl.registrar@gmail.com if you have any questions.



    • Super Soccer Skills

      This clinic series for Rec Division players born in 2009 thru 2015 will develop and improve each player’s skills and creativity with the ball. Sessions will be directed by professional soccer trainers and emphasize development of fundamental skills like dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting. Players will also work on technical refinement and exposure to the tactical side of the game through small-sided games and instructional scrimmages. This clinic will usually run on Saturday mornings from the end of April until mid-June. There will be no session on Memorial Day weekend. Exact times will be determined based on the number of players registered in each age group.

    • Indoor Soccer

      This futsal program typically runs from April until early June using the gymnasiums at Quaker Farms and Great Oak schools. Players will be assigned to a mixed gender, age-appropriate team led by a volunteer coach. Teams will generally have one practice and one game per week. Age groups and schedules are determined by the Board of Directors based on the number of registrations received and the availability of gym time. Sessions, one hour each, are scheduled from 6 pm to 9 pm on weeknights. Wherever possible, younger players are scheduled in the earlier time slots. All players receive a team shirt. All players are required to wear shin guards and non-marking flat-soled shoes (most regular sneakers are fine).

      • TOPSoccer

        TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a youth program, sponsored by US Youth Soccer and the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association for young athletes with disabilities, organized by youth soccer association volunteers. The program is designed to foster an opportunity of learning, teamwork and enjoyment to any boy or girl, who has a mental or physical disability. Our goal is to enable the thousands of young athletes with disabilities to become valued and successful members of the US Youth Soccer family.

      If you have questions or problems, please read our Troubleshooting Guide.

      Effective Fall 2016, US Youth Soccer moves to calendar year age groups. Below are the age group divisions for the next few years: