Here is a
list of Frequently
regarding SoccerPlus Camps.
student is a goalkeeper—Which Program should they attend?
Detailed descriptions of our goalkeeper programs can be
found on our website, at
The vast majority of students attending SoccerPlus
Goalkeeper School for the first time will benefit most by
starting with a week in the Challenge Program. As Tony likes
to say, “The Challenge program is named correctly. No matter
who you are, this program will challenge you.”
Ultimately, we want your young goalkeeper to be placed in
the program where they will see the greatest benefit to
their development. Please consider the following guidelines
and if you are still uncertain, feel free to call our
hotline: 1-800-KEEPER1. Also, if our staff on-site feels
that a student would see greater benefit by changing
programs during the camp week, we will speak with that
student and their parents and come up with the best plan.
Challenge Program- Ages 10+ - Students are grouped by
ability, and peer training groups will work through the
curriculum at different paces with different exercises. This
curriculum is focused on a comprehensive and repetitive
approach to learning and mastering all of the techniques
utilized by goalkeepers. This is the program out of which
all of our other programs grew. Recommended for any
goalkeeper who is new to SoccerPlus, any younger goalkeeper,
and any senior-level goalkeeper who does not have a
strong mastery of all goalkeeping technique.
Competitive Program – Ages 10+ - Focus is on tactical
decision-making, positioning and communication. This
program works in conjunction with our FieldPlayer or Striker
Programs and a lot of the coaching is done from in-goal
while the students are participating in competitive
exercises. All of the technical topics of the Challenge
curriculum are addressed, but in less detail and fewer
repetitions. Recommended for goalkeepers who have previously
attended our Challenge Program, younger goalkeepers who have
received strong training in goalkeeper technique, and
goalkeepers of any age whom wish to receive in-goal coaching
and focus on tactical aspects of the game.
National Training Center-Ages 15+ - To apply,
students should be 15-or-older, starting for their Varsity
high school team, play premier club soccer, and/or be
involved in their state or regional ODP program. This is our
most demanding program, designed to test students on their
technical abilities, tactical decision-making, and physical
abilities and conditioning.
Advanced National Training Center-By application
only- The NTC at any of our camp locations will draw the
very best goalkeepers from a wide radius together for a week
of training and learning. The ANTC is a week where we bring
the very best students from our wide selection of NTC
campers throughout the country together, along with a number
of top goalkeepers throughout the country who have not been
able to attend our camps due to other commitments. Many of
the ANTC students are collegiate goalkeepers, rising college
freshmen, or youth regional/national team goalkeepers. The
best way to gain admission to the ANTC is to attend the NTC
at one of our other locations and work to be identified and
recommended by a member of our staff. Those interested in
applying should visit:
student is a FieldPlayer—Which Program should they attend?
Detailed descriptions of our FieldPlayer programs can be
found on our website, at
In today’s attack-minded game, every student needs to be
able to attack and defend, so any player can benefit greatly
from attending either of our programs in the SoccerPlus
FieldPlayer Academy. Both programs have a strong emphasis
on attacking and defending, and both programs have an
extensive focus on individual technique. The difference in
the two programs is in the tactical component; The
FieldPlayer Program focuses on tactical concepts throughout
the field of play, whereas the Striker Program focuses on
tactical attacking and defending in the offensive half of
Both programs are open to players ages 10-and-up, and
players are grouped and coached according to age and
ability. If both programs are available at your preferred
location, students should choose the program based on their
is the Core Program?
The Core Program, for both fieldplayers and goalkeepers, is
an abbreviated week that concludes after the Wednesday
morning session rather than Friday. Students attending the
Core Program work in with one of our other programs so that
these students can train with people of like abilities. The
full breadth of our curriculum topics will be addressed in
some capacity during the Core Program’s time at camp. While
we recommend any student attend our full week of camp, the
Core Program is a great way to get the majority of what a
week of SoccerPlus has to offer, even if your calendar or
budget cannot accommodate a full week of camp this year.
is the 2-Week Program?
The 2-Week Programs are a great way to get an even more
comprehensive SoccerPlus experience by attending two of our
single-week programs back-to-back. Students are a part of
the regularly scheduled 1-week program in the first week,
housed and fed and led in in recovery exercises over the 1.5
day break, and then take part in a second one-week program.
The two individual programs selected are your choice, but we
recommend taking part in a topically progressive sequence.
For instance, goalkeepers may wish to attend Challenge the
first week to work on developing or brushing up on their
technique, and then attending Competitive or NTC the second
week (whichever is more appropriate) to incorporate a
greater level of tactical learning.
Often parents have questions concerning the 2-Week Program
pricing. The multiple-week discount is built into the cost
of the two weeks. However, additional costs are incurred
for room and board during the Friday and Saturday nights
between programs. This is how we have determined the final
How are the
students grouped during training?
The students are grouped
according to ability. When the students first arrive at camp they
will be placed into a group consisting of other students of
a similar age within the program. From there the staff will
evaluate the talent of each individual over the first few
training sessions and adjust the groups according to
ability. For example, if there is a student within a group
who demonstrates ability above the rest of the group, then
he/she will be moved into a higher ability group.
boys and girls train together on the field?
For our Goalkeeper School programs, all of
the camps are typically set up for a co-ed environment. Boys and girls
will train together on the field in groups adjusted
according to ability.
For our FieldPlayer Academy programs, students are first
separated by gender and then by ability. There may be on
occasion a limited number of co-ed groups. These will be
comprised of students who seem to learn better in a co-ed
environment and this will be assessed during their
evaluation on the first day.
equipment do I need to wear at camp?
All students will be required
to wear the necessary equipment required to play in a real
game, that means shinguards at all times. Here is a link to
a list of things to bring to camp:
to Bring to Camp
the students receive an evaluation?
Each student will receive an
honest written evaluation from their staff coach based on the curriculum from the week.
old do the students need to be?
The Goalkeeper School
starts at ages 10 and up.
The FieldPlayer Academy starts at ages 10 and up.
The Day Academy starts at age 5.
Some specific programs have different criteria. Please
contact us if you have any questions.
Students bring extra snacks and drinks?
There are three meals served a
day, however students can bring as many snacks and sport
drinks as they want. There are no refrigerators in the
dorms, but at some residential sites you can bring those as well,
if you'd like.
students show up late for camp?
The beginning of camp at SoccerPlus is very
important. We go through registration, room assignments,
meet the staff, and conduct the general camp orientation all
before we even step on the field before the first session.
The first training sessions also serve as ability
evaluations and determine grouping for the rest of the
program. However, if a student will not be able to make the
beginning of camp please call us ahead of time to let us now
that you will be late. There are no refunds or partial
refunds for late arrival to a SoccerPlus program.
students leave during camp or leave camp early?
Every session at SoccerPlus is an
important part of the week, however if a student has a prior
commitment (e.g. soccer game) then you may leave camp.
Students under 18 will only be able to leave with properly
identified parent or guardian and this individual must be
noted at registration. There are certain forms which must be
completed and signed available at registration for student
who must depart during the week. There are no refunds or
partial refunds for early departure unless due to medical
conditions which occur and are documented by SoccerPlus
staff during the week. For more information regarding our
refund policy, click on the link below.
SoccerPlus Refund Policy
I have to buy a Camp Ball?
Each student must have their own soccer ball at camp. It is not mandatory to purchase a
soccer ball from SoccerPlus. SoccerPlus offers a SoccerPlus/adidas ball at a discount price to students and
have the ball waiting for them at the camp site. This ball
can be utilized by the student during the camp week and then
taken home with them. The ball will need to be ordered at
least 2 weeks prior to the start of the program to assure an
adequate ball supply for the students at registration. We
cannot assure that a ball ordered less than 2 weeks prior to
the start of the program will be available for the student
at the very start of the program. The easiest way to
purchase a ball is to check the appropriate box on the
I have to wear adidas at camp?
Goalkeeper Students will receive an
adidas Short-Sleeve Jersey and FieldPlayer Students will
receive an adidas Short-Sleeve T-Shirt. There will be
some sessions when the students will need to wear their
apparel supplied by SoccerPlus, however, during most of the week
students can wear whatever brand of soccer apparel they
can students be contacted at camp?
duration of the camp, SoccerPlus employs a camp
administrator. That administrator will be carrying a cell
phone, is on-site 24 hours a day and in case of
an emergency only will be able
to be contacted at any time during the program. To contact a site's
administrator, please call our Main Office at
1-800-533-7371. After office hours, a voice message will
list all sites currently offering programs and the
administrator's phone number. Students are allowed to bring
and use cell phones during breaks in the day and before
students from outside the US attend camp?
Every summer SoccerPlus gets
a few students who will attend camp even though they live
outside the US. As long as the student speaks English then he/she is welcome to attend. The
language requirement is to protect the student's safety
during the week of camp. Contact your local US Embassy for
Should I choose SoccerPlus over another camp?
There are four main things that make up The
1) A Four-Time World Champion Coach,
Tony DiCicco has won the biggest
events on the planet, the World Cup and the Olympics and the
experiences of those events and his more than 30 years as a
standard-bearer in the game are the foundation on which the
SoccerPlus programs run. His methodology is proven and every
SoccerPlus student's experience is based on
The DiCicco Method.
2) The SoccerPlus Staff boasts some of the greatest coaches
in the World. Our staff have played and coached at every
level from State Championships to World Championships and
everything in between. They are experts at challenging our
students and guiding them to success. Read More
3) When you put together the best methodology with the best
coaches, there has been one outcome for more than a
quarter-century... our students walk away from camp not only
better soccer players, but with more confidence and an
understanding of how to achieve at the next level. It is not
a coincidence that SoccerPlus is synonymous with
consistency, excellence and professionalism.
don't take our word for it.
4) Our safe and humanistic learning environment is the
backdrop for a powerful experience in which you get to train
with other people who are driven towards excellence and are
willing to embrace the opportunity. As Tony says, "The
soccer skills, friendships and self-respect you gain here
will last a lifetime."
is the average age of the SoccerPlus Student?
From 2002 to 2005, the average
Advanced National Training Center Program = 18 years, 1
National Training Center Program for goalkeepers = 16 years,
7 months old
Competitive Program for goalkeepers = 14 years, 0
Challenge Program for goalkeepers = 14 years, 7 months old
FieldPlayer Academy average age = 14 years, 4 months
More About Our
I switch to another camp after I have already applied?
Students can switch to another camp as long
as the camp they would like to switch to is still open. One
major consideration is making sure you tell the SoccerPlus
office as soon as possible. If a student attempts to switch
to another camp too close to the opening of the original
camp then the student will have to forfeit the deposit to
cover prepaid food and housing to the original facility.
Each case will be handled individually.
How can I get a
message to camp?
employs a camp administrator who is at camp 24 hours a day.
That administrator will be carrying a cell phone, is on-site
24 hours a day and in case of an emergency only
will be able to be contacted at any
time during the program.
To get a non-emergency message to a student at
camp, you can always call us during the day at
1-800-533-7371, 9:00am to 5:00pm East Coast Time when that
camp is in session. We will assure that the message is
transferred to that student. After office hours, a voice
message at that toll-free number will list all sites
currently offering programs and each site's administrator
When is the
deadline for getting in my application?
There is no deadline
for submitting an application to camp. However the camps are
very popular and most will sell-out, so when you determine what
camp is best for you, it is always a good idea to get your
application in as soon as possible.
View our Schedule
(schedule will have an updated list of
sold-out camps and those close to full).
long is the camp?
The residential camps cover six calendar
days (except for the Goalkeeper Core Program and the
Two-Week Program). All run from Sunday to Friday.
View our Schedule
SoccerPlus Day Academy Programs run
five days (typically Monday to Friday).
SoccerPlus have a waiting list for sold-out camps?
SoccerPlus will accumulate a
waiting list of about 6-12 students for each camp after the
program has sold out. We do start a waiting list because for
various reasons students may drop out of camp. The only down
side to the waiting list is that there are no guarantees
that a spot will open up. To get a spot on the waiting list
you need to submit an application. Note: Your deposit will
only be taken if a spot opens up at the camp of your choice.
SoccerPlus conduct any off-campus trips?
No, everything we do during the week is done on campus. The
fields, dorms, and cafeteria are all located within the
campus. The only exception to this is during the two-week
academies, when we do take supervised trips into the nearby
town or to the movies.
discounts are available?
Discounts are available for
students who attend more than one camp, for students who
attend camp from the same immediate family, and for teams of
at least 10 students from the same team.
Two Week Programs
- Many students
have expressed a wish to attend two or more sessions during
the summer. If you wish to attend any two weeks, you may
deduct $100 from the second
week you are attending. (This discount does not apply to the
Students from the
Same Family -
Students from the same immediate family will receive a
discount of $50 for each student.
The students must be from the same family and discount
cannot be used in addition to any other discount.
Team or Group
Discount - A team
or group will receive a discount of
$50 for each student. There must be at least 10
students in the group, and all applications will need to be
received at the same time. If a team attends, the coach may
attend for $400 which is $200 less than the cost of the
Coach's Program! (This discount does not apply to the "Team
Week" or "FSASoccerPlus Team Camps".)
happens if it rains at camp?
If it rains we will still
train, however if the weather becomes dangerous (lightning,
high winds, extreme heat, etc.) then each facility has
options for alternate training facilities. SoccerPlus will
usually be able to conduct a session within the facilities
indoor facility or gymnasium or we will make alternate plans.
parents watch during camp?
Parents are welcome to watch
their children at camp. Parents need to let the Director
know who they are when they arrive at the camp facility so
we know that they are there. If adults want to observe the
entire week of camp then they would need to enroll in the
Coach's session for the week.
is the student to staff ratio?
The groups at camp are
guaranteed to be no bigger than 8 students to a staff coach
(except for the Competitive program which has a student to staff
ratio of 6 students to a staff coach).
much is the camp?
There are several different
programs and each has its own fee. Here are links to the
goalkeeper, fieldplayer and day camp program pages where you can find program descriptions and
Goalkeeper School Programs
Day Academy Programs
is the balance due?
Balances for camp are due no later than 30
days prior to the start of camp. Shortly after registration,
you will receive a confirmation e-mail outlining your
balance amount and due date after you apply to camp. You
will receive no other reminder. No payments will be accepted
at camp. If you wish to enroll in our "30-Day Automatic
Payment Plan" please contact us or check the box on the
Tony DiCicco be at camp?
Tony is the CEO of SoccerPlus and remains dedicated to the
programs. He is also currently involved in several aspects of
soccer both nationally and internationally. Tony's schedule will
be clearer as we approach the summer but he will be at as many
camps as possible.
SoccerPlus Camps have a refund policy?
SoccerPlus Camps has a Formal Refund Policy.
View the Refund Policy
doesn't SoccerPlus have a camp in my area?
To maintain a high level of
staff at each of our locations we limit the number of camps
that we conduct during a single week. Additionally, there are only 10
weeks of camps during the summer and it is impossible to
have a camp in every state. We try to hit most major regions
in the country. We are always looking a new site to conduct
camps, if you know of a facility please
there be College Coaches at camp?
Many of the staff coaches at
SoccerPlus are currently Head Coaches or Assistant Coaches
at many different Colleges and Universities all over the
country, however there won't be any Collegiate Coaches who
attend camp just to watch the students. Because many of our
staff are collegiate coaches, it would be an NCAA violation
for SoccerPlus to provide a College Recruitment Service. A
more complete list of staff will be available as we get closer
to the summer.
are the staff at SoccerPlus?
Directors are the engines that will propel you to new levels
of play and success. They recognize the special talents in
each player and have incredible skills for teaching and
motivation. These Directors have reached incredible levels
as players and coaches and are in constant demand around the
country. SoccerPlus requires all of our staff to have played at
least one full year of collegiate soccer before they can
work a camp. Read More
is the schedule?
SoccerPlus conducts 18
residential week-long summer programs in 12 different states during the
months of June through August. Here is a link to our full
In addition, we run day camps in Connecticut and various other
locations around the country. More information about these and other events may be
found on our
Day Camps & Clinics page.
How do I apply?
You need to fill out
our application to begin the registration process. Our
online registration process is designed to provide you a
simple and easy way to register for SoccerPlus programs and
manage your registrations.
programs are available?
There are several different
programs for goalkeepers, fieldplayers and day camps. You can find program descriptions and
Goalkeeper School Programs
Day Academy Programs
is the typical day at camp like?
At our residential programs our day typically runs from
7:30am to 10:30pm with lights out at 11:00pm.
Each day is basically set up
the same, 3 field sessions and an evening classroom session
designed to get the most out of the week. (Note: The
first day there is only 1 field sessions and the last day
there is only 1 field session.)
View the Daily Routine
is covered in the curriculum?
The curriculums have been
designed to cover all aspects of the position whether you
are a Goalkeeper or FieldPlayer. Here is a link to the pages
outlining the curriculums for each program:
Goalkeeper School Curriculum
is the average size of enrollment at camp?
The average student base at camp is around
125 students. Some camps are as small as 75 and some as big as
SoccerPlus have any camps or clinics outside of the summer
We do have the ability to conduct clinics in
your area through our National Clinic Program or during
the winter months at our year-round training facility in
View Information on
goalkeepers play any games at the Goalkeeper School?
There are 3 field sessions per
day for the goalkeeper school. The morning and afternoon
sessions are training sessions, where the other
keepers and the staff will train in a more formal
environment, however the
evening session is reserved for games. Although there will
only be goalkeepers in the goalkeeper programs we have
created and adapted games for them to play during the last
20 years of conducting camps on a national scale. For
example: if we cover catching techniques and distribution
during the first day then that night the Director of the
program may play a type of modified Team Hand-Ball game.
There is a goalkeeper in each net and for teams
to advanced the ball the players on the team must use proper
goalkeeper distribution and catching techniques that were
taught to them during the day. If for example a player drops
a ball or doesn't pass it correctly then it would be a
turnover. Then, of course, there is plenty of shooting on net
where the goalkeepers will make a variety of saves. These
games vary from site to site however they will
always re-emphasize what was taught during the day but in a fun
and competitive environment. For more information about the
structure of camp contact us.
SoccerPlus have any Licenses to operate youth camps?
There are several states in
which SoccerPlus needs to submit an application to the state
to be able to conduct a youth camp within the state. The
following is a list of states and contact info:
- SoccerPlus must obtain a license to operate a youth within
the state. Records are available at the State of Connecticut
Department of Heath in Hartford, Connecticut.
- SoccerPlus must comply with regulations of the MA
Department of Public Health, 105 CMR 430.000, and be
licensed by the Northfield Board of Health.
Information on 105 CMR 430.000 can be obtained at
- SoccerPlus must obtain a license through Colgate
University to operate in the state of NY. These records are
available for you to view by calling the Madison County
Health Department at (315) 366-6065.
where there is no camp license, we still choose to operate
our programs to the same exacting standards as in states
If you have any other questions regarding state regulations
or any other policy such as discipline and security, please
feel free to call us at 1-800-533-7371.
Information on the Individual Camp Sites
How are the
students supervised when they are not on the fields?
All staff stay on campus during the entire
time the programs are in session. The
staff at SoccerPlus will be eating in the same cafeteria and
will also be sleeping in the same dorms. There will be a
Staff member on each floor of every dorm at camp. If there
is a problem, a SoccerPlus Staff member is always easily
do the students eat?
We use the cafeteria facility
located on campus.
is the food at camp like?
At our programs, you will find regular
cafeteria food that you would find in any college or
university cafeteria. There are usually a few entrees
offered. Fruit, vegetables,
and salad are almost always available.
much money should I bring?
Students do not have to bring
any money, however things that you might want to use money
for are: The SoccerPlus/adidas Camp Store,
coin operated laundry machines, or pizza.
there a pool at camp?
Some sites do have a pool,
however we may or may not be able to use the pool. Because
of state regulations, we can only use the pool if we have a
certain number of certified lifeguards per students, if the
pH level of the water meets State regulations and if we
conduct swim assessment sessions for each student at camp.
You should bring a bathing suit, however in
the event that we do
use the pool.
Information on the Individual Camp Sites
Where do the
SoccerPlus students sleep?
The Students will be
housed in the dormitory facilities on campus. The Staff will
be staying in the same dorms as the students and there will
be at least one staff member on each floor.
can I request a roommate?
We will attempt to honor any roommate request
if we are able. Both students must request each other for us to be able to honor that roommate
request. Some sites only offer single rooms or limited
double rooms and we would therefore be unable to honor any
request for roommates in that situation. Most site do not
offer rooms with more than 2 beds, so we can not honor
multiple roommate requests. There is a space
for roommates on our on-line application, however if you
have already applied you can simply send us a note or give
us a call.
I room with someone from another program?
SoccerPlus students can room
together regardless of which program they are enrolled in.
are the students grouped in the rooms?
The Students are paired-up in
the rooms with someone their own gender and as close in age
as possible, unless they request a roommate.
many students stay in each room?
State regulations and fire
code dictate the number of occupants per room. Typically
there are single and double occupancy rooms. There may be a
limited number of rooms that are set up as triples.
are the boys and girls housed at camp?
There are separate dorms or
floors for the boys and girls at camp. The boys dorm area is
off limits to the girls and vice versa. Female staff stay in
the same area as the female students and male staff stay in
the same area as the male students.
the rooms air-conditioned?
Some of the sites do have
air-conditioned rooms, but most do not. We suggest that you
bring a fan no matter what site your are attending. Most
sites in the northern half of the United States do not offer
More Information on the
Individual Camp Sites
pick students up from the airport?
SoccerPlus will pick up and drop off students
during select times from the designated airport only. To
arrange for the shuttle service: Please
call New Haven Travel Service at 1-800-255-1994
or 203-772-0060 and ask for “The Soccer Desk.”
They will make your flight
arrangements, coordinate the arrival and departure times and
schedule your shuttle with SoccerPlus for a $50 fee. If
you book the flights by yourself you must still give the
student's itinerary to New Haven Travel and not the
SoccerPlus Office, so they can add the student to
the camp pick-up itinerary. Reservations
for shuttle must be made at least 15 days prior to the start
of camp. Reservations made within 15 days of the camp may be
subject to an additional charge.
are the directions to the camp?
Every confirmation packet
sent out to students after the receipt of their application
will include a map to and of the campus they selected.
on the Individual Camp Sites
How can I become
a SoccerPlus Staff Member?
The first thing you need to
do is send us your soccer resume, here is some more
information for you:
Athletic Trainer Staff Information
are the minimum requirements for a SoccerPlus Staff Member?
There are 5 basic
requirements to become a SoccerPlus Staff member. For the
complete list of requirements and steps to become a staff
member View Staff
What is the
advantage of SoccerPlus vs. a Collegiate camp?
Collegiate camps will give you direct exposure to
the coaches at that college or university and will offer you
the experience of staying on campus. The experiences will be
different. Read More About The
long has SoccerPlus Camps been doing camps?
The Summer of 2009 will mark
the 28th year of conducting camps nationally for SoccerPlus
SoccerPlus give out awards at camp?
No. SoccerPlus does
not have awards, however through our sponsor Kwik Goal, we
do provide an individual training kit to one fieldplayer and
one goalkeeper at each residential camp who has shown
dedication, leadership, sportsmanship and passion during the
course of the week.
SoccerPlus Have any Books or Videos?
SoccerPlus does have a
3-part Goalkeeper DVD Series (The DiCicco Method), a Goalkeeper Training
Manual and a
3-part FieldPlayer DVD Series (The Champions Series) in
addition to hardback and paperback editions of Tony's book
Catch Them Being Good. You can order them by calling
us at 1-800-533-7371.
is the SoccerPlus Office?
Our home office is in
Farmington, Connecticut, just west of Hartford.
is the SoccerPlus Office phone number?
You can call us toll
free Monday Through Friday 9AM - 5PM year round at the
You can also contact us by mail:
1477 Park Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Fax Number: 888-891-4474
Email = firstname.lastname@example.org
Do students need
a medical form?
Every student needs to
have a completed medical form signed by a licensed physician
to be able to participate at camp. The medical form must
have the parents signature, insurance information,
immunization history, and physicians signature to be valid.
A SoccerPlus Medical form will arrive with your confirmation
packet after you apply.
if a student does not have medical insurance?
must have some form of medical insurance if they are going
to participate at camp. The main reason is if that student
needs emergency medical attention, most hospitals will only
give the student the necessary attention if the student has
medical insurance. We will not allow a student to
participate at camp without valid medical insurance to
insure the student's safety. If the student does not have
any insurance you can purchase as little as a one week
coverage plan from your local insurer.
happens if a student is seriously injured?
We have a plan
of action for every emergency including serious injury.
SoccerPlus and the host facility have an agreement with the
local hospital near each camp site. Students are transported
to the designated local hospital after our
athletic trainer (ATC) has determined that the student
needs emergency care. Since we have the completed medical
form and insurance info. there will be no delays at the
hospital. A SoccerPlus Staff member will accompany the
student to the hospital and will contact the Parents
immediately. For more information regarding our Policy and
Procedures regarding medical care at 1-800-533-7371.
I bring the medical form with me to camp?
You always want to bring a copy of the
medical form with you to camp, however, the completed
medical form is due at SoccerPlus 30 days prior to the start
of camp. If your physical exam is scheduled after the due
date you can bring it to camp with you, but fax a copy to
our main office as soon as the physical is completed (but
absolutely no less than 14 days prior to the start of the
program). In this situation, we suggest that a student makes
a copy of our medical form and fill out the left side of the
form (parent signature, insurance info, who to contact,
immunizations, allergies etc.) and send a copy of the
partially-completed Medical Form along with a note telling
SoccerPlus that you will be bringing the completed form to
camp with you. The danger of doing it this way is that if
you show up at camp without a fully-completed medical form,
the student will not be able to participate in any camp
activities until the medical form is supplied.
happens if a student gets sick during camp?
SoccerPlus will have a
certified athletic trainer at each site to tend to injuries
and minor ailments. If a student becomes too sick to
participate in more than two consecutive sessions at camp
then we will call home with an update. If it is determined
that the student will not be able to continue then the
student will be picked up from camp and a credit only will
be issued based on time missed from camp less the deposit.
SoccerPlus handle students with special needs?
SoccerPlus will give every effort to make a
week of SoccerPlus available to every student who applies.
We have had students with diabetes, hearing disabilities and
more. There are several state regulations about the
administration and storage of prescription drugs, please
call us with any questions concerning your individual
situation. The trainer checks every medical form during
registration and will address any special needs at that
time. If you have special needs to participate at
SoccerPlus, whether due to disability or for any other
reason, please contact us
via E-mail or at 1-800-533-7371.
What will be at
the SoccerPlus Camp Store?
SoccerPlus will conduct a
Camp Store available to the students to pick up great select
Soccer Gear at discounted prices. There will be everything
except footwear at the camp store. Students will be able to
buy shirts, shorts, socks, shinguards, goalkeeper gear and
more. Students can pre-order a camp ball that will be
waiting for them at the Camp Store.
What is the best
way to get around the web site?
The Site Map has a link
to every page on the SoccerPlus Web Site. From there you can
easily navigate the entire site. Here is a direct link to
the SoccerPlus Site Map.
SoccerPlus have a Free E-mail Newsletter?
SoccerPlus does offer a
FREE Email newsletter that will contain news about
SoccerPlus, its students and staff, announcements of special
offers, and Soccer Tips. Subscribe to our
In addition we have a periodic newsletter for goalkeepers
called, The Keepers' Line.
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