EliteSoccer150: FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions



Are there any discounts offered?


Yes, there is a group discount of $40 for 8 or more campers. To get this discount please contact the camp director.


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Can teams attend?


Although it is not limited to teams, it is a great opportunity for teams and individual players alike to prepare for their fall season.


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What is the camp refund policy?


A registration fee of $100 is non-refundable for any reason.  Refund requests received prior to June 1st will have $100 deducted from their refund. If after June 1st half of your full payment is non-refundable. After July 1st no refunds.


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What forms are required in order for my child to participate?


All medical forms and a current physical with history of immunization record are required by law. 


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What items should my child bring to camp?


We suggest each camper bring these items: Soccer Ball – EACH CAMPER MUST HAVE ONE Equipment Bag – for Ball & Gear Tennis Shoes Soccer Shoes (Molded cleats and flats for Astroturf) Athletic Socks – 10 Underwear – 10 Playing Shorts – 7 Rain Jacket/Gear Swimsuit Flip Flops Alarm Clock Window or Small Fan Toiletries (in plastic containers) Towels – 5 Washcloths – 3 Water Bottle Shin Guards Sweatshirt T-Shirt – 10 Warm-Up Suit or Sweats Pajamas Sunscreen Lip Balm with Sunscreen Linens-- Sheets/pillow case (single bed size) or sleeping bag, pillow and blanket.

Place name on everything.

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What meals are provided?


Our Residential Campers receive 3 meals per day. Extended day campers receive lunch and dinner.


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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMUTERS AND RESIDENTIAL CAMPERS?


Commuters have the same camp experience in terms of instruction. Lunch and dinner are provided to commuters, however commuter fees do not include lodging or breakfast. Commuter campers must arrive by 8:45 am and check in with their assigned coach at the dorm area on subsequent camp days. The commuters’ day ends at approximately 8:30pm at the conclusion of evening matches.


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What is a typical day like?

 

6:45 AM - Wake-up 7:00 - 8:15 AM – Breakfast8:40 - 11:15 AM - Training Session11:15 AM - 12:40 PM – Lunch12:45 PM - Rest Period/Room Check 1:30 - 2pm - Lecture 2 - 4:15 PM - Training Session/Team Competition 4:30 - 6:00 PM - Dinner 6:15 - 8:30 PM - Training Session/Team Competition 9:15 PM - Movie 10:50 PM - In your own room 11:00 PM - Lights out


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Is there a medical staff at camp?


Campers have access to trainers at all times.


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