Located on the second floor of the Farmington Sports Arena, the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association is the…More governing organization of all junior soccer activities in the state of Connecticut. Whether it be verifying birth dates of players or doing background checks on coaches, Nancy Zoll and Sue Schultz have all the information soccer clubs in the state need to run smoothly and according to the rules.
The association's busy office is the source for forms, rule books, and schedules for soccer activities all year long. It also has directions to all of the soccer fields in the state.
Tunxis Mead is the home of Farmington soccer. From 5-year-old rookies to Farmington High's stellar team, most of the…More town's soccer players gather here on Saturdays during the season.
In addition to soccer fields as far as the eye can see, the park also has two baseball fields, a basketball court and a refreshment stand. For younger siblings brought to the field, a playground is a welcome distraction.
The town's skate park is at the Mead and is a local hotspot for older kids with either skateboards or bikes.
Farmington Sports Arena 11 Executive Dr, Farmington, CT06032 Farmington Sports Arena is a division of Team Sports. It is located across from Malibu Fitness. It offers four full…More indoor soccer fields and a batting cage. In the summer outdoor baseball is available. In addition, it offers a shop where sports clothes and equipment may be purchased. It is run by Mark Solomon.