Here you’ll find a list of the camps offered and promoted by the top D1 schools in the country. The soccer camps listed on this list are primarily intended for intermediate to advanced players (men and women) interested in competing at the college level (and beyond)!
Sasho Cirovski’s (Maryland) Soccer Camp
About the camp: All of the programs offered have been designed to meet the special needs of each individual player based on age and ability. Sasho Cirovski’s MARYLAND SOCCER CAMP FOR BOYS is based on a simple coaching principle. Young people learn and develop skills most quickly and effectively when they are having fun. Our main objective is to teach each player how to fully reach his potential as a soccer player. We have designed our learning exercises and functional training games to teach individual techniques, skills, and tactics through creative and motivating sessions. All of this will be achieved in an environment of positive reinforcement and communication designed to enrich each individual’s soccer experience. All training sessions at the camp will be conducted in relationship to the ball. Each player will develop a better appreciation of how to run, play, and think as a total soccer player.
Who should attend: Boys ages 6-19.
Fees: Vary based on camp chosen
Registration: Visit http://www.marylandsoccercamp.com/How_to_Register.htm to register.
UNC Girl’s Soccer Camp
About the camp: This ELITE camp focuses on the needs both technically and tactically of the highest level field players and goalkeepers, alike . The College Bound Players’ Academy curriculum will challenge all young soccer players / goalkeepers and provide them with the skills necessary to become a highly sought after collegiate level soccer player. The focus will be to imitate the types of training and expectations players and goalkeepers will need if considering a college soccer career. They are evaluated by their staff coaches throughout the week and provided with comprehensive feedback about their performance. This camp’s cirriculum is still in it’s final development.
Who should attend: Girls ages 10-18.
Fees: $595 for 13-18 group, $625 for 10-15 group
Registration: Visit http://www.ncgsc.com/ to register.
Indiana University Soccer Camp
About the camp: While at camp, campers will utilize the same facilities as the eight-time NCAA Champions, the Indiana Men’s Soccer Hoosiers. During their stay at summer camp, campers reside and dine in the IU residence halls to get the full experience of Indiana University. Campers of similar age reside on the same floors with staff members residing on each floor. Please take the time to look through our website for all of your camp information and to learn about the great tradition of Indiana Soccer. We hope to see you soon!
Who should attend: Boys ages 10 – 19.
Registration: Visit http://indianasoccercamp.com/summer-overnight-camp-registration-open/ to register.
Georgetown University Soccer Camp
About the camp: This camp is designed to attract top-level Club, Academy, ODP, and high school players interested in playing college soccer.
Who should attend: Boys entering grades 10-12.
Registration: Visit http://www.guhoyas.com/camps/gu-m-socc-camp.html to register.
Stanford Soccer Camp
About the camp: The Stanford Girls Soccer Academy offers various camps for all levels of players. From the beginner to the advanced, the Stanford Soccer Academy teaches the enjoyment of the world’s most popular game while supplying the tools necessary to bring your game to another level.
Who should attend: Girls grades k-12.
Fees: Vary based on camp selection
Registration: Visit https://campscui.active.com/orgs/StanfordWomensSoccer#/selectSessions/1309201 to register.