2016 Camp Dates
Day Camp #1: June 6-10
Day Camp #2: July 18-22
Residental/Commuter: July 7-10
Why Colorado Soccer Camp?
Each one of our camps is designed to offer a complete soccer experience for boys and girls. We are committed to giving players of all levels a fun, positive, and challenging experience right here in beautiful Boulder, Colorado.
The coaching staff at Colorado brings a vast amount of experience in coaching both men’s and women’s collegiate programs, Olympic Development Programs, and are each actively involved in coaching boys and girls youth soccer clubs in the state of Colorado.
Our daily curriculum for each camp focuses on all aspects of soccer. We create a learning environment for each camper to want to continue working on and improving on their technical and tactical skills after camp ends.
We pride ourselves on the quality of coaches that we bring in from all over the country. Our coaching staff, which is made up of Division I, III, and III collegiate coaches, help create an environment for young players aspiring to play at the next level. We, also, have our current Colorado women’s soccer players, as well as other men and women collegiate and professional players, to assist with each team that is assigned. In addition to our tremendous camp coaching staff, the Colorado coaching staff is actively involved in each of our camps.
Camps will be held at Prentup Field, home to the Colorado Soccer team. One of the best playing surfaces in the country, we have a tremendous grounds staff that works year round to ensure the field is in top condition. Our camps also use a number of other fields arond the beautiful CU-Boulder campus.
All campers will be housed in residence halls on campus and two campers will be assigned to each room.
Camp staff members will provide supervision 24 hours a day.
CU camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number of participatns, grade level (age) and gender.
For informational purposes, the Regents of the University of Colorado Employer Identification Number is 84-6000555. It is the responsibility of the person or family paying for camp to determine the tax implications related to the cost of camp.