[PAST EVENT] Colonial Kicks Soccer Camp

July 27, 2014 - July 30, 2014
Busch Field
600 Brooks Street
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Welcome to the home of Colonial Kicks Soccer Camps! Head Coach Chris Norris and his coaching staff would like to invite you to 2014 Colonial Kicks Soccer Camps on the beautiful campus of College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. The Colonial Kicks Soccer Camps are run and directed by the College of William and Mary coaching staff and their players (camp counselors) and are for campers of several skill levels. Please use the tabs to the left to view camp dates, fees, and information.

Location: College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

College ID Program: All rising 10th graders and up will be placed in our College ID Program(rising freshmen may also participate in this program with approval from the Camp Director). This program will operate with the goal of providing campers with feedback regarding opportunities to compete in intercollegiate soccer. While the on-field program remains similar for all ages, College ID Program participants will be coached exclusively by college head or assistant coaches. There will also be a college soccer forum on Tuesday night. In addition, each College ID Program participant will receive an evaluation providing feedback on where he may fit in the college soccer picture.

Summer Soccer Camp: The camp is for boys ages 10 and up. Players will be grouped with others of similar age and/or ability dependent upon enrollment. Exceptions to the age limits are possible, but must be approved by the Camp Director.

Cost: The cost is $535 for residents and $410 for commuters for the Colonial Kicks Soccer Camp. For pricing on the Colonial Kicks Goalkeeping Academy, please click on the Goalkeeping Academy tab.(needs to be added) Residential campers will receive room, board, and a camp t-shirt. Commuters will receive lunch and dinner each day, as well as a camp t-shirt. A discount of $35 per camper will be given to teams of 10 or more. Teams must notify the Camp Director of their intention to attend as a team, in order to receive the discount.

Instruction: The philosophy of the Colonial Soccer Kicks Soccer Camp is to create a fun, welcoming soccer environment that focuses on the continuing technical and tactical development of each individual, regardless of where he may be starting. All staff members are experienced and well-qualified to help facilitate a fantastic soccer experience. Each camper will receive a written evaluation at the end of camp.

Special Features: A lighted, full-size, artificial turf field will be used for training, matches, special activities and small-sided games. Awards will be given for various competitions held throughout the week. There will be a trip to Colonial Williamsburg on Wednesday evening for all campers at no extra cost.

Rules and Regulations: All campers will be required to comply with the rules and regulations set forth by the Director at the beginning of camp. Violations may result in immediate dismissal from camp without refund.

Colonial Kicks is proud to offer the Colonial Kicks Goalkeeping Academy.

The Goalkeeping Academy will run in conjunction with the Colonial Kicks Soccer Camp. William and Mary’s top assistant and goalkeeper trainer, Brendan Bourdage, will direct the program. Coach Bourdage will be assisted by current W&M goalkeepers.

The program is intense and very focused. Attendees will train three times daily, covering all aspects of goalkeeping. In addition, due to the unique relationship with the Colonial Kicks Soccer Camp, goalkeepers will have the opportunity to take their training into 11-a-side matches and other smaller-sided competitions.

All Colonial Kicks Goalkeeping Academy campers will receive a training jersey and a soccer ball, in addition to a Colonial Kicks Soccer Camp t-shirt. Cost for the Goalkeeping Academy is $715/Residents and $590/Commuters.

For younger or part-time goalkeepers, we will continue to offer goalkeeper training during the morning session only. Campers may choose to participate in this training on any or all days. Attendees who choose this option, as opposed to the Colonial Kicks Goalkeeping Academy, will not receive goalkeeper training in the afternoons and evenings, but will instead rejoin the field players for league play and other soccer-related games and activities. Campers who train as goalkeepers in the morning only will also not receive a training jersey or soccer ball.

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