Summer Soccer Training Opportunities
WMYSA Summer Soccer Camp
WMYSA Soccer Camps are a great way to keep your kids busy while developing soccer skills. Players participate in age and skill appropriate groups so each player can develop and be successful – no matter their level of soccer experience. We also realize kids need to be kids. We are able to provide a fun environment for players to learn new soccer skills, play games, make friends, and just be kids! All of this at an affordable price. To qualify for the WMYSA summer camp players must be between ages U8 – U14 (birth years 2006 – 2012)
DATES: July 29 – August 1
TIME: 9 am till noon
LOCATION: St. Joe Kickers Soccer Club
Private Training with Professional Soccer Player – Lauren Clem
Trainings vary from 1-2 hours of face-paced, high-intensity skill work for both goalkeepers and field players. Trainees will learn the importance of dynamic warm ups, the tactical side of the game, basic ball control skills, and advanced techniques through drills and fun games.
While she is a goalkeeper, she works with players of all ages and positions. Group sessions are available to incorporate buildup play/distribution work with GK’s and Defense, shooting practice/shot-stopping with Gk’s and Strikers, etc.
Clem is Founder and Administrator of Clem’s Goalkeeping and Striking Camp (2015-2019) and has 6 years of private and small group training.
Sign up for this high intensity training to improve your game!
For Registration contact Clem directly at LaurenBClem@gmail.com
For more information click on Clem Private Training 2019
Chicago Fire Soccer Club Summer Camp
This camp is for all levels of player and focuses on creating a fun learning environment while fostering a love for the game through conditioned practices and small-sided games. Camps offered for ages 3-14, full and half day options.
DATES: July 22 – July 26
LOCATION: Rockey Weed Soccer Complex
For more information click on Chicago Fire Soccer Camp
Other Soccer Development Opportunities
Many area high schools offer player clinics and camps. For more information contact your local high school.
Southwest Michigan and Northern Indiana colleges offer day and boarding camps. For more information, go to the website of the college.