My oldest daughter just got done with her British Soccer Striker Camp at The Field Sports Arena. British Soccer Camps provide boys and girls with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international experts. My daughter was so excited to be able to take soccer camp this summer. She went to a soccer camp for kids learning to play soccer last summer and loved it and she couldn’t wait to improve on her soccer skills this summer. My poor little girl got a fever the day before soccer camp was supposed to start. We got her to the doctor and on medicine right away. She was able to join the camp on Tuesday. When we arrived on Tuesday we were greeted by the coaches who explained to us the sign-in & sign-out process for the kids protection. Then they explained to us what she was going to be learning throughout the week. After I signed her in she ran onto the field. She was a little shy at first but I could tell she was enjoying herself. She looked forward to going to soccer every morning. My youngest daughter was feeling left out because she wanted to learn the soccer moves with the rest of the kids and her big sis. I will have to sign her up for one of these camps next year. I personally loved the way the camp was ran. The coaches were very professional. They worked one-on-one with the kids, split the group up into two groups and let all the kids play a game together at the end of every day so they could practice some of their new skills that they learned.
What we got Free at British Soccer Camp
When we signed up for the British Soccer Camp we received a free t-shirt and soccer ball(we got these when we arrived at the camp) pictured above. We also received a free jersey when we registered online (we just paid shipping and we received this in the mail before the camp).
The End of the British Soccer Camp
This camp was 1 1/2 hours for 5 days. By the end of the 5 days I could tell my daughter had improved on her soccer skills and she has gained more confidence on and off the field. She even said to her younger sister that she could teach her some new skills on soccer because she was much better at it now. When the last class was over the coaches gave a small speech to the kids and the parents. They called each kid out individually and gave them a certificate of completion with a special note from the coach and a check off list to let you know what your child accomplished and what they think your child could improve on with some more practice. After every child received their certificate the coaches signed their soccer balls and the children took pictures with the coaches and said their goodbyes. British Soccer Camps are a part of Challenger Sports and they have camps all across America and Canada. You can see if they have a program near you HERE. My daughter and I think this was the perfect soccer camp to improve on what she already new and to learn new soccer moves.
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