• Welcome to Coginchaug Soccer Club!!!

    Posted May 5, 2019


    Welcome To Coginchaug Soccer Club (CSC) Connecticut, USA

    Promoting the Love of Soccer for All Ages and All Levels!

    Please Join Us For The Monthly General Membership Meeting

    The Meeting is Open to ALL MEMBERS.

    Please Come, Listen and Share.

    The Meeting is typically the 1st Sunday of the Month at 7:00 PM !


Coginchaug Soccer Juggling Club


Not all good jugglers are good soccer players - BUT all good soccer players are good jugglers.

Juggling is the art of keeping the soccer ball in the air by bouncing it off your foot, thigh, head, chest, back and shoulder (no hands allowed). Soccer juggling will strengthen a players overall ball control and game. Juggling is a fundamental skill that is necessary in developing great "touch" with the soccer ball.

Purpose of the CSC Juggling Club is to encourage a fun way for our players to become more technical (fundamentally sound). It will also encourage them to use their soccer ball on a more consistent basis. Juggling is a very useful tool in helping players to "own" the ball.

How to Juggle: Daily juggling at home is best. Work on all surfaces of your body until you are comfortable using any body part to control the ball. Your touches will increase as you practice and have fun. You can juggle any time you want, it just takes you, a ball and a little space. Challenge yourself and keep track of your personal best.

Club Rules:

1. Must be a registered member of the club.

2. Designated coaches must witness the juggling or shared with the club via Facebook or Instagram.

3. To qualify to test for a wristband, a player must have juggled for 30 min (5 minutes/day) signed off by their parent. We will have a juggling clinic/test each Saturday morning.

4. Ball must be kept in the air for consecutive touches. Player returns to zero if ball hits the ground

5. U7-U10 may start with their hands, 1st touch must be with the foot, & all body parts count as a point (U7-U8 allowed one bounce).

6. U11-U19 must use feet to pick up the ball (start at level A wrist band will be awarded for different levels of achievement.

The player in each age group (U8,U10, U12, U14,U19) with the most record will name the juggling champ at the end of each year.

U10 U11-older
Level Touches Level Touches
1 2 1 5
2 5 2 10
3 8 3 15
4 10 4 20
5 15 5 30
6 20 6 40
7 30 7 50
8 40 8 60
9 50 9 70
10 60 10 80