Junior Elite Girl’s Soccer Camp
|AGES >||Girls 10-13|
|DATES >||JRE 1 June 18 – 20 | JRE 2 June 30 – July 2 | JRE 3 July 15 – 17 | JRE 4 July 18 – 20|
|COST >||Only accepting deposits at this time. Payments beyond the deposit will be accepted starting in May.|
|TRAINING >||Designed for the highly motivated and determined young female soccer player!|
|EXPERIENCE >||From beginner to advanced|
|HOTEL >||<< Hotel Accommodations Link >> – there are no dorms options this summer.|
“We place young camper’s in training environments that have won the University of North Carolina Women’s Soccer team 22 of 39 NCAA National Championships and the US National Team a world championship! By putting campers through the same proven system, we hope to elevate their game in the same way we have taken the UNC and National Teams to new heights.” – ANSON DORRANCE
2021 > UNC Girls Soccer Junior Elite Camp > JRE 1 June 18 – 20 | JRE 2 June 30 – July 2 | JRE 3 July 15 – 17 | JRE 4 July 18 – 20
Come join us at our most popular The Junior Elite Residential Academy. This camp is for the highly motivated and determined young female soccer player ages 10 – 13. Coach Dorrance and his staff have worked to design a camp that will prepare the rising stars of our soccer world for the tactical demands and the specific ball skills necessary for you become the player of your dreams. Apply Today!
Our objective is to create a training highly competitive environment, to get the most out of each camper. This is the very same approach used with the North Carolina women’s soccer training system. We do allow each camper to go at her own pace.
Campers are trained in the proper techniques for shooting, heading, serving, dribbling, defending and passing. They are then put into highly competitive scenarios like 11v11 games, 4v4, 1v1 and more to develop these techniques under pressure.
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.
HOUSING AT CHAPEL HILL
All housing will be arranged by camper’s guardian/parent via hotel accommodations. See HOTEL link below.
FOOD SERVICE AT CHAPEL HILL
There will be no food service this summer. Campers will be responsible for their own meals and snacks.
RESIDENTIAL CAMPER LETTERS
“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
“I live in California so it was really fun going to UNC where one day I want to accomplish my dream and play as a Tar Heel. The camp was the best experience of my life, and one that I will never forget. It was a real thrill to make it to the semi-finals of competition at the end of camp as well! I am looking forward to a return visit to UNC next summer for your residential camp.”
Robyn Shelby – Davis, CA