WHAT IS PROVIDED
Beverages (please bring water bottle)
WHAT DO I HAVE TO BRING TO CAMP?
Soccer cleats (shoes with cleats as we play on grass)
Individual water bottle
Sandals or Flip Flops for breaks
WHAT TO BRING FOR LUNCH?
We know that playing soccer is fun and takes a lot of energy, so we want to make sure our players have a nutritious lunch packed to keep them energized.
We would also appreciate if we could keep our camp a PEANUT FREE environment due to the high risk of allergies.
WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE?
We have camps for boys and girls with the age range of 6-9 and 10-14 years old. We would like to accommodate everyone interested in our camps, please contact us if you have questions.
WHEN IS DROP OFF AND PICK UP?
On the first day of camp check-in starts at 8:30 am, where your child will also receive their jersey.
Drop off is between 8:30 am - 9:00 am, we start our camp promptly at 9:00 am Monday through Friday with a daily team warm up, please make sure your child is on time.
Pick up is between 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm.
ARE PARENTS/GUARDIANS ALLOWED TO STAY TO WATCH THE CAMP SESSION?
Parents are welcome to stay and watch the training sessions. Parents/guardians will be asked to stay in a specific area in order to not disrupt the flow of the session.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
You can register directly on our website. We are also in partnership with Maple Grove Parks and Recreation and they will have registrations available in their Spring and Summer catalog.
WHAT IS THE POLICY OF INCLEMENT WEATHER?
Camps will train in rain and inclement weather at the discretion of the Head Coach. In the event of inclement weather once camp begins, all campers will be asked to leave the field to the designated shelter area. If camp is cancelled once started, you will be asked to return to the field and pick up your player. If camp is cancelled prior to the start you will be notified through email and text. We do not have indoor facilities to house players for the rest of the day.
HOW DO WE GROUP PLAYERS?
The players are grouped according to age first then ability (if enough participants in age group to create multiple different group level). When the players first arrive at camp, they are placed into a group consisting of other students of the same age within the program. From there the staff evaluates the ability level of each individual over the first 2 training sessions and adjusts the groups according to ability.
WHAT IS THE RATIO OF COACHES TO PLAYERS?
It varies on age group, but on average approximately 1:8-1:14.
WHAT IF YOU NEED EYEGLASSES?
All campers that wear eyeglasses are required to wear protective sport goggles during every session.
HOW CAN STUDENTS BE CONTACTED AT CAMP?
Once you have booked your camp, a weeks prior to the start of camp, you will be given an emergency telephone number for the camp.
DO I GET MORE DETAILS ABOUT MY CAMP (WHAT TO BRING, CONTACTS, DIRECTIONS, ETC.)?
We will email you with the latest information regarding your camp a week before your camp starts.
WHAT HAPPENS IF A PLAYER IS SERIOUSLY INJURED?
For every emergency including serious injury, we will contact the parent immediately. The camp will bring the participant to the nearest hospital if parent can't be reached. A camp Staff member will accompany the student to the hospital. We will call 911 if the injury needs immediate attention.
CHILDREN AND MEDICATION
We need to know if your child is required to take medication during camp times.
CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS
All cancellations are subject to a 3.0% service fee. To receive your full refund minus the 3.0% service fee please cancel 30 days before camp start date.