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by posted 05/09/2012

Everton America CT is pleased to announce that the Boys U13 Regional team has advanced to play in the US Youth Soccer 2012 Region 1 Northeast League Final against Western United FC of Southborough, MA.

The final championship game is scheduled for this Saturday, May 12th at 8:00 PM on Kristine Lilly Field in Wilton, CT.  
The league runs from March 1 – May 14. Qualifying teams are placed into one of two brackets where they are required to play 7 games throughout the season.  The winner of each bracket moves on to play in the final.   Everton won their respective bracket with 6 wins, 1 tie, while Western United completed the season in their bracket with 5 wins, 2 losses.  Throughout the season Everton had great success beating many of the region’s top ranked teams including Beachside of CT, FSA FC U13 Boys Navy and Brentwood SC Aquila to name a few.  The Everton Boys U13 Regional team is currently ranked 1st in the State, 4th in the Region and 7th in the Nation according to rankings posted by  The team is coached by Alex Cunliffe, Everton America’s Boys Director of Coaching.
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by Everton America CT posted 05/03/2012


This summer Everton America will be offering various programs to allow players to continue training through the close season and invite new players to sample 'The Everton Way' training program, the development methods used by Everton FC of the English Premier League.

Everton America Summer Premier
* Pictured above is our U14 Summer Premier team, 2011 Wallingford TWIST winners

Existing or new players are invited to join one of our summer premier teams to train 'The Everton Way' over four weeks of the summer. There will be three training sessions a week, finishing with a tournament weekend on August 18th and 19th.

Open to all players U9-U16 this is a great way to continue training at the highest level in preparation for the fall season.
Click here for more information and to register

The Everton Way Summer Camps

These camps will be held each week during the summer for players aged 6-14. Each camp will run from Monday to Friday, 9am-12pm each day with a focus on technical development,
ball manipulation and skill application.

8 weeks to choose from.

Click here for more information and to register
Everton America Street Soccer

Over the eight weeks of summer Everton America will hold Street Soccer sessions on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. This is a relaxed, informal opportunity for players to come and play with a focus on creativity and expression.

Click here for more information and to register


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by posted 03/26/2012

Congratulations to the EACT Youth Academy U10/U11 Development teams who cruised to victory this past weekend at the fantastically organized Westport Invitational tournament. This is the second year in succession these respective teams have been successful at this tournament after seeing similar results at the tournament in 2011. This is a testament to the excellent work being done at Everton America by the coaching staff and tireless efforts of the young player within the program.

The WIN tournament gave EACT the opportunity to showcase some of the clubs most exciting young talent and demonstrate the huge focus Everton now places on the technical education of our young prospects. We are very proud of the young players who participated in this tournament not just by their level of performance during games, but just as important their professional attitude shown throughout the day. Within the boys U10 and U11 groups we are able to boast of a number of the players involved throughout the weekend that are products of the EACT Youth Academy. Special mention to players such as Ryan Werner and Ian Hoffmann who have now been involved in the program for nearly 5 years with every other player being involved with the program for at least one to two years. The same can be said of the progress our girls program has made over the past two years, with a number of the girls involved in our U10 group being products of our Junior Academy and Girls U9 Academy program, Zelle Halloran, Sadie Rudolph and Taylor White being strong examples.

Here at Everton America we look forward to watching these talented players develop further and watch our younger players develop and participate in the same tournament again next year. For further information and to register for the Everton America youth Academy contact Academy Director John Davies at or register for the spring Academy online at the Everton Youth Academy home page.


Above, the Boys U10 group also finished as tournament Champions after winning all four of their group games. The boys beat Westport 6-0 in the final to finish undefeated in the tournament after beating Bethel, Bridgeport, and a second Westport team. Below, the Girls U10 group (new for 2011-2012) also finished undefeated throughout the tournament, drawing their first game versus a strong Westport team before beating Newtown, Fairfield, and a second Westport team to finish strongly.


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by posted 03/12/2012

After watching an inspiring victory by the US Mens National soccer team last week, against Italy in Genoa, the Everton America U13 Boys Regional team traveled to Manhattan to participate in one of the nation’s highest ranked tournaments, the Manhattan Soccer Club Kick-Off Classic over March 3-4.

With the success of the national team — including Tim Howard, a member of Everton America’s partner premier league club, Everton FC — fresh in their minds, the boys took to the field on Randall’s Island to compete in the top division against the likes of New York Cosmos, New York Soccer Club and the nations’ highest ranked U13 team, SDFC of New Jersey.

A group stage record of 1-1-1 was enough to see the team progress to the final to take on World Class FC on Sunday afternoon. After trailing to an early goal the boys regrouped to win the game 5-1 with three goals from Chris Watts and one each from Austin De Silva and Cameron Okoro.

Speaking from the touchline following the trophy presentation, the U13 coach and Everton America’s Director of Coaching, Alex Cunliffe, was delighted with the performance.

“Every season we go from strength to strength,” he said. “And the boys have shown tremendous commitment and hard work and the ability to compete at the highest level.”

Following on from their tournament victories at the 2011 Peter Renzulli Labor Day Tournament and the 2011 Maps EDP Cup, the 2012 Manhattan Soccer Club Spring Kick Off Tournament Championship has lifted the team to 5th in the Nation according to the GotSoccer rankings! Congratulations to the boys on their recent success.

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by posted 03/12/2012

With seven of Everton America CT teams competing at the 2012 Manhattan Spring Kick Off tournament expectations ran high. With the program heading into what is anticipated as being the most competitive and exciting year in the Club’s history all eyes fell on the 2012 Manhattan Soccer Club Spring Kick Off Tournament. 

All of the teams and players in attendance did not disappoint throughout the weekend, highlighted by the U13 Boys Regional team and our U16 Boys Regional teams bringing back tournament Championships in what were closely contested brackets.

With a great deal of success in 2011 the Everton America CT Premier Soccer Club got off to a fantastic start to 2012 with several of its teams beating out tough competition throughout the weekend. Of seven teams travelling to the tournament two brought back silverware - the U13 Boys Regional and U16 Boys Regional teams, and three teams reached tournament finals - the U10 Boys Blue, the U11 Boys Blue and the U14 Boys Regional teams.

With the 2012 Spring season just around the corner things look very positive for EACT, with their U10-U18 boys and girls teams competing in events such as the US Club Soccer National Premier League, the Connecticut Junior Soccer League, the Connecticut State Cup, the New York Cup and the North East Regional League. Stay tuned for what looks to be a very exciting year ahead…  

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by posted 02/08/2012

 Everton America CT players amongst others, working with U.S. Soccer National Team Staff - Jan 28th 2012, Foxborough, Mass.
Three players from the Everton America CT Boys U13 Regional Team were invited to participate in a select single day, invitation only training session, run by U.S. Soccer National team staff and scouts. Chris Watts (98), Jack Brandt (98) and Will Marment (98) were selected based upon their individual development over the past twelve months, alongside their performances in previous U.S. Soccer training centers throughout 2011. The boys were three of only thirty two players selected from across the North East Region to participate in the event, the boys were joined by other elite players from Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut and New York.

Thirty two 97-98 players from across the North East participate in technical exercises in the New England Revolution indoor facility in Foxborough, Mass.  

This was the second time Chris Watts and Will Marment have been invited to a U.S. Soccer training center, with Jack Brandt receiving his first invitation. The event was held at the New England Revolution / New England Patriots complex in Foxborough, Mass, where the boys were put through their paces by National team staff in a number of technical and skill based exercises before finishing with 6v6 and 11v11 competitive games. With the boys performing well at the event we look forward to future opportunities for our players with the U.S. Soccer Training Center Program in 2012.
For more information on U.S. Soccer Training Centers click here -
For more information on Everton America CT Premier Teams or for a trial please contact the following:
Alex Cunliffe
Boys Director of Coaching

Neill Miles Girls
Director of Coaching

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by posted 02/02/2012

2012 is gearing up to be an exciting year for Everton America and their girls program. With around 165 players in their U10-U16 premier teams and U6-U12 academy programs Everton America have taken the step to bring in a Director of Coaching to head the program. Neill Miles joins the full time coaching staff, bringing with him over 20 years of international coaching experience within the UK and US, as well as Indonesia, Spain and Germany. Neill’s credentials include NSCAA Director of Coaching, NSCAA Premier and UEFA B licenses and was part of the NSCAA Coach Education team delivering courses to aspiring coaches in New Jersey.

Tasked with developing the girls program from the grassroots of Everton America U6/U8 players to college support for the U15-U18 players, Neill is looking to the future of the club, “These are exciting times for the girls program with the investment the club have made in a new DOC and high end coaching staff. We are looking to make Everton America one of the top girls program in the region and feel we have everything in place to do so. Development of the curriculum will be essential and we are working closely with the UK to enhance The Everton Way training methods. ‘Nothing But The Best’ is the Everton motto and we will live by this with the girls program”.
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by posted 12/15/2011


In 2011, Everton America was a founding member of a new regional boys league, known as NEESL. US Club Soccer, a member of the United States Soccer Federation, have officially announced their sanctioning of this league as one of their National Premier Leagues (NPL). Commencing in spring 2012, all of our regional teams will now be competing in the New York Club Soccer League NPL. To view the official announcement please visit or

Based upon fundamental principles in US Club Soccer’s 10-year vision the NPL have been created to provide a national development platform with the highest level of competition in given geographic areas, and to elevate and change competitive youth soccer. The vision recognizes that:
  • Properly-structured youth soccer clubs are the vehicle through which player development does and must occur in the United States.
  • For the country’s top soccer clubs, allowing consistent, meaningful high-level games appropriately scheduled with higher training-to-game ratios and eliminate calendar congestion.
  • National Premier Leagues, as well as the best clubs, should be integrated in US Club Soccer’s id2 national identification and development program, include Player Development Programs in select local markets, and work closely with U.S. Soccer National staff and Technical Advisors regarding player identification, and player and coach development.
Recent additions to the NPL include the New England NPL and the Southern Californian NPL, joining the Pre-Academy leagues of the North-East, South-East and Texas along with Florida, Gulf States, Midwest, NorCal, Northern Illinois and Oregon Premier Leagues. The NPL presently encompasses 12 leagues comprised of select premier clubs and pre-academy teams. For a full list of leagues and clubs please visit
The NPL season culminates with the National Premier Leagues Champions Cup. The inaugural NPLCC will take place July 27-30, 2012, at Waukegan Sports Park in Waukegan, Ill., where winners of each NPL will compete against each other for NPL national championships.
It is testament to the club and the progress we have made over the past 18 months that we have now reached a new platform to allow our players to compete at the highest level. The credentials that allowed us to qualify to become a member club of NPL are:
  • Coaching licensing and continuing education
  • Training frequencies
  • Administrative support
  • Facilities
  • Developmental curriculum

US Club Soccer is working with top clubs across the country to improve the development and competition platform for American players. The National Premier Leagues will be a large part of improving this environment.

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by posted 11/30/2011

Norwalk, CT – The Everton America CT Boys U12 Regional team rounded off a fantastic fall season recently with two wins in the CJSA Premier League that saw the team finish with a 9-0 record, and as Champions of the U12 CJSA Premier League Red Division. The boys went undefeated throughout the league season seeing off strong competition from CFC Wolves, Soccerplus Stars and Newtown Samba to name just a few, scoring 27 goals and conceding only 3 across all 9 games.
Going in to the final league weekend of the season the U12 Regional team knew that victory in their remaining two fixtures would ensure the league Championship. The boys responded in confident fashion with a strong 3-0 win against local rivals Beachside and a comprehensive 4-0 win against CFC Gunners, much to the delight of coach John Davies, “A fantastic effort by the team and a great achievement for the boys to go through a league season undefeated, these final two games demonstrated the development of our team and to record wins in both games against such strong opposition shows just how confident our boys are at the moment. Scoring 7 goals and recording 2 clean sheets is not an easy task but credit goes to our boys for their efforts both defensively and offensively.” 
The CJSA Premier League Championship rounds off a very successful season for the boys having already finished as Champions of the 2011 YMS Columbus Cup (PA) Tournament in October, and as finalists at the Farmington (CT) Labor Day Tournament in September. The boys are also competing in the North East Elite Soccer League against some of the strongest competition New York has to offer, competition which includes World Class FC, HBC Flames, Brooklyn Italians and New York Elite. With four games remaining coach John Davies is confident of a strong finish, “the boys have really stepped up their game this season and with confidence riding high from our CT league championship, we feel we can carry this momentum into our remaining NEESL games for a top three finish”. 
With all the success of this season behind the team planning for 2012 has already begun, alongside the team’s involvement in the CT Premier League and North East Elite Soccer League the Everton America CT Boys U12 Regional team will participate in some of the best tournaments on offer beginning with the Manhattan Soccer Club Spring Kick Off in March 2012.   
For further information or to tryout for the team please contact Director of Coaching Alex Cunliffe - .

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by posted 11/15/2011

The Everton America CT Boys U13 Regional team went undefeated this past weekend in winning the first ever Maps Fall 2011 ‘EDP Cup’ in Hammonton, New Jersey. Away for their third tournament of the Fall season the boys got off to a great start beating Downtown United (NYE) 3-1 in their first group game, and beating North Union United 6-1 (PAE) in their second, with both games made difficult by the heavy winds at the field complex. After drawing with World Class FC (NYE) 2-2 in their final group game the Regional team moved on to defeat East Meadow Hawks (NYE) 4-0 in the final of the competition. Congratulations to the boys.


This is the third final appearance and second tournament championship for the group this season, having finished as champions of the 2011 Peter Renzulli Labor Day Tournament and as finalists of the 2011 YMS Columbus Cup, narrowly losing on penalties. The team is currently in first place in the North East Elite Soccer League having won four of five games, drawing once, and have qualified for the knockout stage of the 2011-2012 NY Cup. Alongside this recent success the group is scheduled to participate in some of the best showcase tournaments and competitions across the country in 2012, with several players receiving individual recognition with the ‘USSF Training Center’ and ‘ID 2’ programs respectively.   


For more information or to tryout for the team please contact Director Of Coaching Alex Cunliffe – .

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by Everton America CT posted 08/10/2011

NORWALK, Conn. – The Norwalk-based Everton America CT premier soccer club welcomed its official partner from the English Premier League and also had several players work as ball boys for a Major League Soccer game in Philadelphia.

Ray Hall, the Everton Academy manager of over 20 years, and head coach Neil Dewsnip visited the Norwalk group. Everton CT's coaching staff was able to watch Everton FC UK under 18s train and play twice. More than a hundred club members traveled south to see Everton's first team in action against the Philadelphia Union.

Everton ball boys for the game included Alex Currie, Old Greenwich; Frankie Lugossy, Weston; Max Potter, New Canaan; Eric Pinaud, Norwalk; Cameron Riach, Weston; and Luis Karaiskos, Norwalk. Wilton's Ian Hoffmann and New Canaan's Eli Hilt served as player escorts.

"It was awesome,'' said Hilt, who is nine years old. "I got to lead Everton out on to the field and sing the national anthem, I had a chance to see what it is like for the professionals. I hope I can do that someday as a player.”

Dewsnip returned to Norwalk and ran two clinics on the club's fields. "The boys did great, they worked hard in the heat, were technically sound and showed great ability,'' Dewsnip said.

For the players and coaching staff of Everton CT it was another tremendous opportunity to learn from the best.

For coach John Davies, himself an ex-Everton youth player and head coach of three Everton America CT boys’ teams, it was another opportunity to see the English Premier League club's methods up close. "We visited the academy in the U.K. back in December, which was tremendous and now to see the club over here, in our own back yard, it gave us another opportunity to learn from the best,” Davies said.



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by posted 08/08/2011

Everton America CT follows the training methods of Everton FC and The Everton Way. The Everton Way is known in soccer circles for having turned more young players into professional league first-team players (24) than just about any other system in the world. Five players were just 16 years old when they made it to the top level of the EPL! Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney was one of them along with Everton striker James Vaughan, the youngest player ever to score an EPL goal, and current midfield star Jack Rodwell. With this kind of consistent success, you might want to pay very close attention to The Everton Way.

As an official partner of Everton FC of the English Premier League our coach's are trained at the Everton FC Academy in the UK.

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by posted 01/23/2008

Everton America's training facility is located at All Saints Catholic School in Norwalk, CT at 139 West Rocks Road.  This is only 10 minutes from Darien, Fairfield, New Canaan, Stamford, Wesport, Weston and Wilton.  Just minutes off The Merritt Parkway Exit 40A and I-95 Exit 15/16



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Office Tel:  203-529-3330



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