(Photo by BYU Soccer Staff)
Enjoy four days of fast–paced training in the world’s most popular sport, soccer. Join women’s head coach Jennifer Rockwood and men’s head coach Chris Watkins for an exciting experience to refine your soccer skills while increasing your technical and tactical knowledge of the game. Participate in demanding training sessions, small–sided games, and plenty of team scrimmages. BYU soccer camps are available for all levels of soccer players, from those just beginning competition, to those who have had a high level of experience (premier club level and ODP).
Many campers also attend to showcase their abilities in hopes of someday earning a spot on a BYU soccer team roster. Camps not only will help you to improve your overall knowledge of the game, but also will prove to be a valuable scouting and recruiting tool for the head coaches. All four weeks of camp are structured identically, where participants are grouped together by age, ability, and gender.
Goalkeepers are also welcome and will have keeper training sessions under the direction of BYU goalkeeper coaches/players. Note: If you want to attend as a goalkeeper, please indicate that position in your registration.
Come join us for a fun and exciting week of camp while playing the most popular sport in the world. Housing opportunities are limited, and space fills up fast. The camp will be limited to 400 girls and boys each week. Please register early! Visit byusportscamps.com/camps/soccer today for more details!
* Receive personal instruction from BYU’s head coaches.
* Receive training in technical and tactical aspects of the game.
* Increase knowledge of offensive attacking.
* Receive training and instruction from current BYU soccer players.
* Train and compete at your specific skill level.
* Receive valuable feedback from coaches.
* Enjoy social and spiritual opportunities.
* BYU Camp Ball
* BYU Soccer T-Shirt
* Youth fireside with current BYU players
* Discounted sales of BYU soccer merchandise
* BYU training facilities
* Training videos and special lectures
* League competition
* All–Star awards
* Coed games and activities
* Great campus recreation for housing participants
* All–you–can–eat cafeteria meals
* Breakfast, lunch, and dinner for housing participants
* Lunch and dinner for non–housing participants