RESIDENTIAL CAMP II (CoEd)
Residential Camp 2 is for boys & girls, and is the perfect way to enjoy all the benefits of a great camp experience on the beautiful Georgia campus. Soccer players from all over the United States come together for four days of soccer, fun and friendships. Our knowledgeable and outgoing coaching staff provides a combination of high level training with pure fun to create a memorable and rewarding camp experience.
The technical development of our campers is our top soccer priority and emphasized in each field session. Players will be exposed to advanced techniques for shooting, dribbling, receiving, turning, heading, and more. Our coaches will take players through each step of the techniques to ensure proper development and execution.
Tactical training is featured in our afternoon sessions when the campers are grouped into their teams. Our expert staff of coaches will help organize your team into an effective system of play and teach your players their roles within that system. Topics covered include principles of attack and defense, switching fields, overlapping, and organizing the box. Teams will get to test what they’ve learned in the evening matches.
A specialized goalkeeper camp is held in conjunction with all of our residential camps. Goalkeepers will receive separate instruction from the field players led by Katie Ely, who serves as goalkeeper coach for the Georgia Bulldogs. Proper technique for diving, boxing, parrying, and distribution is emphasized and one session of pressure training is included.
What to Bring:
*Please check our Camper Check List for a more inclusive packing list
Georgia Soccer Camps provide a tremendous opportunity for players to not only receive expert instruction, but to also gain exposure to collegiate coaches with the means to recruit them. Our staff is comprised of many college and elite level club coaches as well as members of the Georgia soccer team. Our players will be accessible on and off the field. For many campers this is their first true interaction with high-level soccer players and part of an inspirational camp experience.
Safety and Supervision
Safety is always our top priority at camp. Campers are given adequate water breaks, plenty of recovery time, and have 24 hour supervision. Certified athletic trainers are always on-call in case of emergency. Parents are welcome to attend any of the training sessions.
Refund Policy: The initial deposit of $100.00 is non-refundable. There are no refunds of any camp fees once the first day of camp has arrived. There are NO REFUNDS for no-shows.
Returned Checks: There will be a $25.00 charge for each check returned for non-sufficient funds.
Transportation: The Atlanta Airport is located 90 minutes from the University of Georgia. We do not provide transportation to/from the airport.
Dates: June 10th-13th
Boys & Girls: Ages 12-18
Check In: Check-in is between 11:00am & 1:15pm on the first day
Check Out: Check-out will begin at 11:00am on the last day
Dorm: Russell Hall
Resident: $560 Commuter: $480
*Campers must be at least 12 years old by September 1st of this year to stay in the dorms.
-Check-in is from 11am-1:15pm on the first day of camp.
-Check-out will commence at 11am on the final day of camp.
7:00am Wake Up & Breakfast
8:15am Parents drop off COMMUTERS at East Campus Village dorm.
8:30am Depart for Fields
9:20am Training Session I (Techincal)
12:30pm Rest Period / Room Check
1:45pm Training Session II (Tactical)
6:15pm 11 v 11 Evening Matches
8:30pm Parents Pick Up Commuters from Fields / Residents Return to Dorms
9:15pm Pizza Delivery*
10:45pm Campers in Rooms / Room Checks
11:00pm Lights Out
*Pizza is delivered nightly to the dorms for purchase. Campers place orders with coaches during the day. This service is optional but very popular.
*This schedule will vary according to a number of factors including weather conditions, but it is a pretty accurate representation of a camp day. The final schedule will be sent our a few days prior to the camp starting.
Commuters: All commuters should arrive each morning at 8:15am. A designated meeting spot will be assigned on the first day by her coach.
Meals: Some meals will be served at the Villiage Summit next to East Campus Village and some will be served in the dorm itself. The first meal will be dinner on the first day and the last meal will be breakfast on the final day of camp.
Housing: All campers will be housed at East Campus Village on the campus of the University of Georgia. You will be charged $45.00 at the end of camp for a lost room key and $10.00 for a lost card.
Money: You may wish to bring extra money for the camp store and the UGA Bookstore. Some campers may wish to order pizza for a late night snack. Be sure to give your camper some singles as our coaches are often unable to break fives, tens and twenties. Please do not bring personal items of value. We are not responsible for lost items.