UK International Soccer

Our team camp is tailored to meet the specific needs of your players and provides a great opportunity to prepare for the coming season. The aim of the program is to create an environment conducive to both individual and team development.
Areas of focus can include functional coaching, technical development, positional responsibilities, transitional play, set plays, team tactics, communication and systems of play.

The curriculum includes health education covering nutrition and fitness for soccer.
The team program lasts 3 or 6 hours a day for 5 days. Each child receives a dri-fit shirt and an individual evaluation plus the team's coach receives a team assessment

  • Customized curricula
  • Functional coaching
  • Positional responsibilities
  • Technical development
  • Team tactics
  • Pre-season fitness
  • Team chemistry
  • Confidence and self-belief
  • Sportsmanship
Coaching Staff

UK International Soccer coaches are selected for their knowledge, coaching ability and commitment to create a fun, positive learning environment for all children.

Our professional coaches are certified soccer educators with the ability to motivate and work with young children. All of our coaches have been professionally screened and background checked.

Each coach has graduated from our practical assessments and educational seminars which instills our key values of safety, professionalism, education, fun and community relations.

Our staff are:

Certified and trained coaches from the UK, Europe, South America and USA
Professionally screened and background checked
Experienced and skilled demonstrators
Positive role models
Committed to child development
Passionate soccer enthusiasts
Safe Haven certified
CDC Concussion certified

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What are our expectations when attending a program during Covid-19?

Your child should bring their own hand sanitizer to the program and a mask is recommended. Children must not share their water bottles, any food or soccer equipment.

Parents are responsible for cleaning and sanitizing their child’s equipment and apparel after each day at the program. It is recommended that you check your child’s temperature every day before the start of the program. State and local health requirements should be adhered to.

Are the coaches certified?

Yes, all coaches hold either International or US qualifications and have experience working with teenage players.

How is your team camp structured and what types of activities take place each day?

Our program has a main topic for each day (e.g. Positional Responsibilities) and is typically customized to meet the specific needs of your team based on prior discussions with the team’s coach. We incorporate health education covering nutrition and fitness for soccer.
We offer Half-Day Team Camps (3 hrs each day) and Full-Day Team Camps (6 hrs each day), that run Monday through Friday.

What equipment does my child require?

Each player should bring a ball (unless part of the program), cleats and must have shinguards to participate in team camp activities.

What should my child bring to camp?

We recommend each player bring plenty of water, sun protection (sun tan lotion, hat, etc) and a snack. Lunch is only required if attending a full day team program.

Do you provide water?

We do not typically provide water at our camps therefore players must bring their own.

Is there shade provided at the camp?

We will do our best to ensure your child has access to shade where feasible. If there is no natural shade we will try and have the organization we work with set up a shaded area.

Am I required to stay at camp?

It’s flexible whether you stay at the camp or not.
If you decide to leave, we ask that you return to sign out your child (unless 18 years of age) from their coach at the end of camp.

If I order any additional items, will I receive them at the program?

Yes, however camp equipment cannot be guaranteed for players who register less than 10 days prior to the camp.

Is my child allowed to walk or ride their bike to and from the team camp?

Yes, but we would need a signed authorization letter from the parent (unless 18 years of age).

What happens if there is bad weather or an act of god?

Should inclement weather or acts of god affect the program any lost hours will be made up in the camp week. Unfortunately, if this is not possible, we do not issue refunds.

Do you provide sign up incentives?

Yes, team camps typically receive a group discount, which is generally coordinated with the team’s coach.

Can I host a coach?

Yes, contact our head office or speak to your programs Regional Director for more information.

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