Certainly! They are here to build relationships with players and local clubs. Please, ask them questions and get to know them!
Absolutely, this camp features to trainers and can only help prepare your player for their journey ahead. The fact that scouts are there is a bonus and should not be the main reason to come. The main reason to come should be the high level training your player will receive and let their level of participation speak for itself.
This is an opportunity to receive top level training by UEFA PRO licensed trainers, there should be no conflict. But, if you are concerned, please check with them and get approval.
We are wanting to put as many quality competitive players on the field as possible. The trainers will sort the players by age and slowly sort them by skill level. Players who play competitive soccer and have a strong competitive spirt and are highly motivated are encourage to attend. Remember, there will be many competitive players here and your skill level should be sufficient to participate.
We must have your waiver on file and you will be required to submit your waiver before you player can participate. We will have some waivers at check-in if you didn’t get a chance to submit yours to us digitally.
The fee does not cover any accommodations or food. This is not a residential camp, if you are coming from out of town you will need to arrange for local accommodations. We will be offering some coupons from local vendors but will not be providing meals.
Camp staff will be present the entire camp day and you don’t need to be there for the entire camp day if you have other things to take care of. Just be sure your soccer player knows your plans and let us know at check in.
We do not offer refunds for camp after acceptance, unless there is a medical reason as to why your child cannot participate in camp or other circumstances beyond your control.
- Soccer Ball
- Sunscreen – this one is important!
- Water bottle
- Shin guards
- Sneakers/Running shoes
Parents are invited to watch any of our training sessions and ask questions after the day is complete. We ask that you do your best to stay “invisible” and to not enter the field at any point unless you are invited to by a staff member. And please, NO COACHING from the sideline. This is very bad form and will not be helpful for the staff or your young player.
Players will be grouped by birth year and gender. Players will then be broken into groups as the camp progresses based on skill level to maximize the training the each player receives.