Do players need to try out for the summer camps?
How are the campers broken up?
What is the player to instructor ratio?
Do you offer specialized goalkeeper training at your camps?
What does a typical day of camp look like?
Throughout the week, players are exposed to a variety of soccer concepts (e.g., 1v1 attacking, creating space off the ball) and are given opportunities to apply their new skills within the framework of each of these concepts. By focusing on particular aspects of the game each day, players will not only leave our camp with improved skills, but with the ability and confidence to apply these skills in meaningful contexts.
Players will have one short (5 minutes) and one long (10-15 minutes) break throughout the day to give them a chance to refresh, refuel, and relax so that a high-intensity training environment can be maintained. During especially hot weather, there will be extra water breaks scattered throughout the day so that players can stay cool and hydrated.
Is there after-care for the camp programs?
What should the campers bring?
What does each participant receive at the session?
If the weather is bad all day, will the camp be canceled?
I’m worried about the heat for the summer camps.
Can we pay by credit card?
Is there team or family discounts?
Family discounts are as follows: the first player will pay the full rate of $175 and then 2nd, 3rd sibling will then pay $160 each. Note this only applies to siblings. Regarding team discounts, we do offer this option. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.