The Simmons Premier Soccer Club was established by Tom Simmons in the fall of 2005. The club name “Golden Eagles” came from Morfar’s team name in Sweden. Coach Simmons has been coaching for thirteen years and has a USSF “C” License. He is committed to creating a fun and healthy learning environment for all of his players. He focuses on developing technical and tactical skills.
The Mission of SPSC is to enhance the soccer experience of players in Connecticut’s Hartford and Tolland counties. We provide our players the opportunity to develop as student athletes and as people by fostering an environment of fitness, health, and soccer excellence. We strive to produce players who can compete at the highest level of soccer throughout the world.
The club works hard to maintain and foster a close-knit and enjoyable atmosphere between players, coaches, and parents alike and to provide players of all ability levels with an opportunity to learn and excel in an environment that is conducive to learning the game. Simmons is distinctive from other premier clubs in that we offer our players the opportunity to train up to 5 days per week which allows the option for constant practice of technical skills for those able and willing. In addition, players also have the opportunity to schedule individualized sessions with our coaches which allows them to receive highly specific and targeted coaching that will fine tune areas needing development and cultivate them into the soccer player they wish to become.
We will provide opportunities for players aged U9 – U12 to participate in the premier-development program.
We will also offer advanced level players aged U13 – U19 the opportunity to compete at the highest level possible through CJSA’s Premier Leagues.
Coach Simmons has been coaching youth soccer for more than 19 years and has a USSF "C" license.Email Coach
NECC Player of the Year and Student Athlete of the Year at Mitchell College. Won the 2010 NJCAA Region 21 Championship with Manchester Community College. In the past 4 years, has won three CJSA league championships, 2017 Nordic Cup Tournament, and a State Cup coaching his older girls team.Email Coach
Former D-1 player at Sacred Heart University and prior Simmons Premier player who was a vital part of her team's bronze place finish at the 2008 Gothia Cup in Sweden. She was also a 2010 All state high school player at East Catholic High School and former winner of the CJSA state cup.Email Coach