This three-day event is designed for advanced player development and exposure to some of the nation's top college coaches from all levels of College Soccer. In addition to college coaches, several Zips players will be employed by the camp for demonstration purposes.
The Akron Soccer Staff believes that "the game is the best teacher." The same philosophy will be applied at camp. The focus of all activities will be learning through play. Enrollment in the camp will be extremely limited to allow individual attention for each player from the staff of college coaches. A combination of small sided and 11 vs 11 games will be at the core of the camp curriculum.
|COLLEGE PREP CAMP DETAILS|
|DATE||2019 - To Be Announced|
|AGE||Boys: 14 and up|
Players should plan on being available Friday night beginning at 6:30 pm, all day Saturday and finishing Sunday afternoon by 3:00 pm. After the first session on Friday night, players will be notified as to what schedule they will be on for the rest of the weekend.
Housing and Meals
Housing and meals are not included in the camp price, therefore, players who are attending from outside the area will need to make their own arrangements prior to attending camp. There are several housing and dining options in and around the campus. For any questions regarding meals and housing please feel free to contact the camp office email@example.com.
Who Can Attend?
Camp is open to all boys ages 14 and up. Field players and goalkeepers are welcome, however goalkeeper slots are very limited and will fill up quickly. Because of the nature of this camp, activities are designed and the focus will be on high-level soccer players. Players interested in camp should be involved in high school, club and USSF Academy level soccer.
Those who cannot attend camp for medical or other reasons will be refunded all but a $50 administrative fee and applicable convenience fees. To receive a refund the camp office must be notified at least 72 hours before camp begins. Refunds are not issued for any soccer related injury and/or illness occurred during camp.