Glastonbury at Bristol Eastern, Tuesday: Promising season for Lancers begins where last season ended — against Tomahawks. Glastonbury beat Bristol Eastern 2-0 in the first round of the Class LL tournament.
Farmington at E.O. Smith, Tuesday: Two of the state's most storied programs (21 combined championships) meet up in a can't-miss opener.
Avon at Suffield, Sept. 14: The Class M champions host the Class L finalists in an match-up that will give one of the rivals the distinction of being the team to beat in the NCCC.
Tolland at RHAM, Sept. 18: Game won't be lacking in technical skill. Both sides will try to work the field and play smart soccer in an important CCC East duel.
Valley Regional at Old Saybrook, Sept. 18: Rams have a chance to prove they are the real deal against one of the Shoreline's most consistent programs.
Granby at Ellington, Sept. 21: Both teams still have work to do, but this NCCC rivalry never seems to disappoint.
Glastonbury at South Windsor, Oct. 1: Bobcats surprised Tomahawks with a rare defeat in 2011. Can they get another one in this year?
Granby at Suffield, Oct. 3: Rematch of last fall's Class M championship, which Suffield won 2-0.
Berlin at Conard, Oct. 5: Two of the sharpest and most skilled offenses go head-to-head in an interesting out-of-division game midway through the season.
Old Lyme at Valley Regional, Oct. 8: Traditional shoreline powers are the two early favorites to take home the conference championship.
Conard at Farmington, Oct. 23: CCC West title may be up for grabs here as Conard's entertaining offense takes on Farmington's always reliable defense.
Glastonbury at Wethersfield, Oct. 29: The talent on the field might be down but the excitement won't be as the CCC North rivals meet under the lights at Cottone Field to cap off the regular season and possibly decide a division championship.