ANDERSON, S.C. – The Anderson University men’s and women’s soccer teams are teaming up this summer to host two sessions of the Trojan Youth Camp on June 23-26 and July 21-24 for youth soccer players ages 7-12, held at the soccer practice fields adjacent to Trojan Stadium.
The camps will offer instruction where participants are grouped by age and ability, with the emphasis on individual player development. Interaction and coaching instruction by the staff will increase learning by giving each individual the very best examples of what it takes to take your game to the next level. Daily technical work will be introduced and eventually worked into game situations. Specifically, players will work on passing/receiving, dribbling, moves to beat opponents, and finishing. The AU camps are a great opportunity to gain instruction on the fundamentals of soccer, learn the importance of staying active, and participate with other youth players.
The soccer programs do not provide medical insurance. Each camper will be required to complete the online parental/guardian consent form to waive and release Trojan Soccer Camps from any and all liability for any injuries incurred while at camp. Trojan Soccer Camps reserves the right to refuse any camper with pre-existing medical and/or physical history. Campers MUST provide proof of having their own medical insurance coverage in order to participate in camp.
Admission to one session is $105 and includes a free camp t-shirt. Registration for the annual camps can be found here.