Girl’s Soccer Day Camp
|AGES >||Girls 6 – 13|
|DATES >||June 15 – 18 (ALL = 9am – 4pm | HALF = 9am – 12pm)|
|COST >||$325 ALL Day | $225 HALF Day per camper|
|TRAINING >||Training highly competitive environment-mirrors residential camp 🙂|
|EXPERIENCE >||All and any levels|
2020 > UNC Girl’s Soccer DAY Camp June 15 – 18
ALL DAY CAMP 1 – 9am -4pm 6-13 Yr Olds — $325
HALF DAY CAMP 1 – 9am -12pm 6-13 Yr Olds — $225
**Day Camp both full day and half day will end at 12 noon on the last day of camp**
Our objective is to create a training highly competitive environment that mirrors the quality of coaching, playing, and competitiveness as the residential camps but only during the day.
The day camps were added in the summer of 1999 to supplement our overnight camp. Due to popular demand we have made this camp an ALL DAY camp. Using the same philosophies as our residential camps, the daycamp offers an abbreviated version of our instruction and training regimen.
WHAT TO BRING
Medical Insurance Card with emergency and insurance info.
You must have this card on file to participate.
ALL DAY players should bring lunch and a drink.
a plastic water container
a small sport bag for training gear
a ball (if you are not ordering one)
(Trainers, water and ice will be provided by the camp).
LOCATION – UNC/Chapel Hill, NC – MAP
FIELDS USED AT CAMP
A variety of fields are utilized for the weeks of camp in Chapel Hill. The main site is Finley Fields located by the University’s golf course. Only minutes from the dorms, this complex has two Bermuda and two Field Turf fields where a majority of the camp will train. There are also several smaller complexes that can also be used. Two sport turf fields and an astroturf field will be used. Both are located right on campus and are convenient and well maintained. Jordan High School is also a possibility for training sites for the camp.
“Being around your campus, facilities, staff, and players I now understand why your teams are so successful. I learned how to become a more complete player while learning shooting, defending, heading and various other skills. Even though it was lots of hard work, I really enjoyed the experience.” – Courtney Lillvis – Orange City, FL
“Hi! I want you to know how influential and motivating it was for me to be a camper at the Carolina Soccer Camp. I had a wonderful time and learned a lot at the same time! You truly have made a huge difference! I look forward to seeing you next year at camp.”
Ariel Gerber – Richmond, VA