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Soccer Camps Directory - Learn from the Soccer Experts

Since soccer camps are often the first introduction to soccer for many youngsters, it’s important to choose a soccer camp that does more than just baby-sit. For children starting to play soccer at ages anywhere from four to six years old, soccer can become passion rarely quickly —one that takes up their time in a constructive, positive and healthy way. Making soccer something they love and want to master, whether it's juggling, dribbling or bending the ball around a wall, a soccer camp is great investment into not just your child’s soccer future, but their well-being. See our State by State Camp List.

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No. 1 Soccer Camps: www.no1soccercamps.com
Long recognized as the foremost training ground for goalkeepers and field players endeavoring to improve their soccer prowess, No1 Soccer Camps will commence its 38th season in 2014 with 22 locations in 18 states. Camps will be conducted in Texas, Maryland, Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Massachusetts, Illinois, California, Georgia, Oregon, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York, South Carolina, Alabama, North Carolina, and Connecticut. Each campsite is organized into well balanced small groups of field players and goalkeepers with concentration of play on both sides of the ball in the 35 yards immediately in front of the goal. The Machnik Method is recognized as the industry standard. Many No.1 Soccer Camps present sold out situations so it is important to register early! Register NOW

  State by State Camp List

FC Barcelona Soccer Camps WWW.FCBARCELONASOCCERCAMPS.COM
For the first time, the Official FCBarcelona will be coming to Atlanta!
FC Barcelona Soccer Camps offers the unique and exciting opportunity to experience specialized soccer training through an official partnership with the world’s most successful soccer team and their expert coaches. Enjoy exclusive access to FCBarcelona training methods for a true Barça experience

Official Coaches from the FCBarcelona Soccer Academy will conduct these camps and will apply the FCBarcelona Soccer Camps official Program.

Discover, live and enjoy the FC Barcelona camp programs! Be part of the FCBarcelona family and train like your idols! FCBarcelona training program allows participants not only to discover new techniques but to improve their mental and physical skills.

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Email us: If there's a soccer camp you don't see listed here, please send it to us and we'll add it. Our email:  info @ soccertraininginfo.com (remove spaces when sending us an email)

If you’re looking for a soccer camp for yourself, select one that fits your ability level but also challenges you to improve your game. Think ahead, and if you’re in high school, choose a camp at a college you might be interested in attending. It’s a great way to get an early look from a college soccer coach. Above all, find a camp that works for you. Is it an all day soccer camp, an overnight camp or is it a half day camp near where you live? Take all these factors into consideration before deciding on what soccer camp you want to attend.

Questions to Ask

The best thing to do when looking for a soccer camp, whether it’s for yourself or for a child, is to ask around. Don’t just question the people who run the soccer camp…Find people who’ve participated in that camp before. Ask other players for ideas. Don’t be shy. Even if you don’t know too many soccer players in your area, go on the Internet and find soccer-related forums and message boards. Shop around! These are some issues to consider:

How competitive is the camp? Do they seem to focus more on winning camps or the joy of the game? Which one you prefer will depend on your situation. Are you (or the child) new to soccer? A non-competitive and relaxed atmosphere could provide a better introduction to the game, and show how fun it can be. But if the motivation to play soccer is already there, and the focus is on skill and strategy, then a competitive camp will cater more appropriately to that.

Who will be teaching and coaching? What is their background in soccer? How old are they, and how long have they been with the camp? How many are there, and how often will they be interacting with you or the child? What is the ratio of counselor to camper? Look for credentials, but dig deeper, too. If you get the chance, watch them play or coach or train others. Not only look at their teaching style, but also their own skill.

Inquire about their daily activities. Do they have a schedule? And do they stick to it? What is the curriculum? Do the drills and exercises progress as time goes on? Is there a routine, where the same things are done every day, or is each day different? Are the activities going to be challenging enough? Are physical activities supplemented with education about strategy? Are strength and flexibility building a priority?

Is safety a major concern? Do the coaches and counselors watch out for their players, teaching them proper form, making sure they don’t over-extend themselves to the point of injury, and requiring them to use the appropriate safety gear? If you or a child becomes injured, what is their protocol? Do they have someone who is familiar with emergency care on staff?

Types of Camps

Day camps. Usually operate on a week-by-week basis.

Residential camps. Attendees stay overnight. Often at colleges or universities. Meals are typically included.

Community camps. Sponsored by a local organization for a short period of time. Usually less expensive than the above.

Position-specific camps. Focus on training attendees in a certain position (e.g. goalkeeper, forward, etc.).

Advanced camps. More intense, thorough and competitive than most. Usually residential.

International camps. Would you like to become a better soccer player and also visit a new country? Take a look at camps abroad that offer quality coaching and let you explore a new culture.


Soccer Camp Directory by State

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon


Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

 

 

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