NCSP Soccer Camp fun continues with Holiday Camps! Get your soccer players outside and have some fun with your favorite NCSP Coaches and Staff. Our recreational camps provide the best of both worlds – high quality instruction and lots of fun for the entire week, all driven by the best coaching staff in the County!
Do you have a small group of friends who want to enroll together? When you register, make sure to let us know and we’ll make sure they are placed in the same group! Do you have a favorite NCSP coach that you know your child would LOVE to play with all week? Drop their name upon registration and we’ll do our best to accommodate the requests.
The first half of each day is typically a stretch, warm-up, and skill building through drills and individual games. Half way through we will have a 20 minute snack break. The last half of class is usually skill building in larger group games and a modified scrimmage.
ALL skill levels. We will be grouping the kids by age on the first day then adjusting as needed based on skill. Most of the skill-building is individual, with some group games later in the day. We have never had an issue with competitive or recreational beginners joining our camps in the past.
Only if there is a special circumstance or health reason. Please discuss this with us upon registration. We are limiting spectators as recommended by the guidelines put forth to us in the safety protocol.
93 degrees is the tipping point for us. Typically by 11am we haven’t reached that point. All groups will have refrigerated spray bottles and will be given plenty of water breaks. Extended snack break will take place in a shaded area.
Yes, break areas will be in the player dugouts on either field, on the shaded bleachers, on the mini-field deck, or under canopies out on the grass. The office will not be used as a break area this summer.
We hope this doesn’t happen! But if so, we will be removing them from the group immediately and moving them up to the office under supervision. We will contact you based on the information in our system.