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Welcome to the Fairfield United Soccer Association website. The Fairfield United Soccer Association (FUSA) is a non-profit organization run by parent volunteers. Fairfield United looks to provide an opportunity for youth soccer players in our community to improve their skills, play competitive travel soccer and enjoy the game. We aim to facilitate player development and promote the values associated with youth sports including teamwork, sportsmanship, and local spirit.  

Fairfield United currently sponsors boys and girls travel soccer teams from the U9 age group up through the U14 age group and into high school. Information about Fairfield United, its programs and teams is available on this site through the menu items on the left and top of this page.
Tryout Registration For Fall 2016 & Spring 2017 Now Open


Fairfield United Soccer Association is pleased to announce that tryout registration for the upcoming Fall 2016-Spring 2017 Travel and Premier soccer seasons is now open.


TO REGISTER: click here or click the register button below and pay for tryouts. If on the FUSA website (www.fairfieldunited.com), click the Register Online tab on the left side.


DATES & INFORMATION: click here or if on the FUSA website (www.fairfieldunited.com), click on the Tryout tab at the top.


NOTE: All players must register online in advance. No walk up registrations will be allowed. Tryouts for some age groups begin on Wed., May 18th, don’t delay, register today!




Any questions please contact FUSA Tryout Coordinator Russ Harper at


by posted 05/04/2016
FUSA Spring Goalkeeping Clinics
Goalkeeping clinics will once again be offered to FUSA players this spring.  Ole Soccer will run weekly clinics on Saturday mornings throughout the spring season.  Goalkeeper training is an important part of a player’s development, whether he or she has aspirations to become the next Tim Howard or Hope Solo, or simply is interested in learning more about the position.  We encourage any player with an interest in goalkeeping to attend these sessions.
Clinics will be held Saturday mornings beginning April 16 through June 11.  There will be no Goalkeeper Clinic on Saturday, May 28 (Memorial Day Weekend).
Roger Ludlowe Middle School Fields 1 and 2
U9-U11 Boys and Girls:  9:00-10:30 AM (beginning 4/23)*
U12-U14 Boys and Girls:  10:30 AM-12:00 Noon*
*On April 16 only, there will be one session only for all age groups due to school break:  10:30-12:00 Noon
In case of inclement weather, please check the Parks & Rec website for field status:
If fields are closed, sessions will be held indoors at Ole Soccer United (176 Linwood Avenue, Fairfield, CT) with the following schedule:
U9-U11 Boys and Girls:  1:00-2:00 PM
U12-U14 Boys and Girls:  2:00-3:00 PM

by posted 04/08/2016
FUSA 2016 Spring Season Checklist

Late March:  Team Practice Schedules Released

April 4th:  Weekly Team Practices Begin

April 10th:  SWD Regular Season Begins

April 11th:  Footskills Training Begins

April 20th:  State Cup & CT Cup Draw

April 30th & May 1st: State Cup & CT Cup Games Begin

May 21st & 22nd: CJSA Silent Sidelines Weekend

Mid-May to Mid-June:  FUSA 2016/2017 Season Try Outs

May 29th: Memorial Day Tournaments – no regular season SWD games scheduled

June 1st: SWD Scholarship Deadline (Six $2,000 winners)

June 19th: SWD Regular Season Ends

by posted 03/08/2016
Field Closures Policy

On days of inclement weather, this page will be updated by the Parks Department crews as they assess the conditions of the fields


**  Safe Organic Based Fertilizer will be applied to all fields starting April 15 through April 28.  **

O = OPEN                     X = CLOSED                BLANK = crews still evaluating - Please check back 

Fields will be updated between 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM on weekdays and 8:00 - 11:00 AM on weekends. 

Sport fields may be closed on an individual basis, i.e.: All softball/baseball fields may be open but all soccer/football might be closed. Tomlinson Turf Field never closes except if it is snow covered. 

OPEN / CLOSED SIGNS that are on the fields are to be obeyed. If there is a conflict between what this page says and what the sign says, you are to obey the sign. 

The Police Department should be contacted if groups are witnessed using a closed field. 

Leagues will be responsible for policing their own coaches. 

If it is found that leagues/teams are not obeying the policy, the Parks and Recreation Commission will void the league/team permit, and the following season that league/team will be the last team to receive a permit.



by posted 04/22/2015
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