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2018 High School Team Week Clinics

Program Overview

Formula for Success!  Guilford High School, Waterford High School and Old Lyme High School ALL committed to CCS and we committed to them.  The result?  State Championships!

Now in its' 11th year of providing high school teams in eastern Connecticut exceptional training prior to the high school season officially starting, CCS High School Team Week Clinics annually train more than 250 of the top high school players in Southeastern Connecticut and Rhode Island.  Team Week is designed specifically for Boys and Girls entering 7th-12th grade and is open to players from all towns.  Team Weeks are a tremendous opportunity for middle school and high school players to prepare for their upcoming fall season. 


Old Lyme HS, High School Team Week participants, celebrate their 2017 Connecticut Class S State Championship!


Guilford HS, High School Team Week participants, celebrates their 2013 Connecticut Class L State Championship!


Waterford HS, High School Team Week participants, celebrates their 2013 Connecticut Class M State Championship!

Team Week will include 8 hours ofinstruction and will incorporate all of the aspects of high school preseason training; including technical and tactical instruction, small-sided games, full-sided matches, goalkeeper training, and proper techniques in proper stretching, building strength and conditioning. Players will perform technical work under pressure and proper tactical decision making is taught in both training and match play conditions:

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Individual Skill Techniques
  • Transitioning from attack-defense and defense-attack
  • Changing the “point of attack”
  • Finishing
  • Progressive Conditioning
  • Full-Sided Games
  • Goalkeeper Training Sessions
  • Possession-Oriented Approach 

 The clinic will be held for 4 days in one week (Monday-Thursday) from 6pm-8pm, and each day will have a different focus. Each night at the clinic will have 3 stations with the group being split into 1/3rds and rotating to each station/coach including a "conditioning" station each night to ensure proper conditioning is progressive.  

The cost of High School Team Week Clinic is $50 per player.  For more information, contact Andrew Storton, Director of Soccer Operations, at andrew@ctcoastsoccer.com.

Guilford HS, High School Team Week participants, celebrates their 2013 Connecticut Class L State Championship!

Why Choose to Participate in CCS's High School Team Week?

"CCS Team Week coaches Mike Jackson and Gregg Swanson were instrumental in preparing my team for their 2013 State Championship run.  Their unique knowledge of the game, and their ability to implement high-level coaching concepts during team training sessions, had my players playing their best right out of the gate.  We'll be back in 2014 looking to repeat!"
Rob Brule
Waterford HS Girls Soccer Coach (1994-present)
2013 Class M State Champions
2013 #1 Ranked team- Class S/M Soccer Poll


“High School Team Week prepared my team to enter preseason in top form.  Our team's goal for the fall was to win the ECC championship, and finish in the top 4 in the CIAC rankings.  CCS helped create the framework to make those goals a reality.  Team Week offered excellent tactical and technical instruction and a conditioning plan, and players couldn't wait for the season to begin after such an excellent week." 
Chris Ghiglia
Head Coach, St. Bernard High School Girl’s Soccer
2011 ECC Champions

“I highly recommend the High School Team Week.  It has been a great opportunity for my players to come together before the season in order to train and bond as a team. CCS staff prepared my players for the rigors of preseason and helped me eventually maximize my team’s performance.” 
Ryan Fabry; Head Coach, Lyman Memorial H.S Boy’s Team
10-Time ECC Champion & 2002 State Champion


Waterford High School's 2013 Connecticut Class M State Championship Team