Limited openings are available for seven Auburn soccer camps in the months of January, June and July.
The Winter ID Camp takes place on Jan. 18 and is for eighth to 12th grade girls only. This camp will offer all participants a challenging, but learning experience and is a great opportunity for any soccer player looking to play at the next level. The Auburn University coaches will run high level training sessions in the morning and the afternoon and the camp will end with competitive 11v11 games. Those interested in working on their goalkeeping skills will also receive specialized training by the AU coaches.
The Elite Camp I runs June 6-8 and is for ninth to 12th grade girls only. The Elite Camp weekend is open to any and all entrants ages 14 and up. The Elite Camp will take each participant through the step-by-step process of what a collegiate soccer player goes through during a weekend in a competitive season. Each participant will receive Under Amour gear, go through the practice sessions, play games, and much more.
AU Soccer will also do a second Elite Camp II over the summer from July 18-20.
The Residential Camp runs June 8-11 and is open to girls, ages 9-16. The camp is designed to enhance the soccer player's technical and tactical knowledge by creating an environment conducive to learning. Players will develop positive habits in technical repetition, functional training, and tactical awareness. Goalkeepers will receive position-specific training. All players will be able to apply what they have learned in the evening matches.
A second Residential Camp II will take place July 20-23 and is open for girls and boys.
The Day Camp runs July 21-24 and is open to girls, ages 6-15. This is a high-energy, three-hour per day camp devoted to the technical development of all skill levels.
Auburn will conduct a brand new camp at the end of the summer, its Team Camp, open for girls teams from July 23-25.
To register for Auburn Soccer Camps go to, www.auburnsoccercamp.com.