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What

Our method brings the best of the most current South American, European and American development and training to young players in a challenging, fun and supportive environment.

WCSC’s® Spring Soccer Camp is dedicated to developing the minds and bodies of tomorrows great soccer players today. We focus on giving committed young players from U7 to U11 the training and skills needed to excel in the sport of soccer.

When


April 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

Where



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WHAT TO BRING


SNACK

  • All campers should bring a light snack to eat each morning.

CLOTHING

  • Soccer shorts
  • T-shirts
  • Socks
  • Towel

EQUIPMENT

  • Cleated shoes
  • Flat-soled shoes (running shoes)
  • Shin-guards
  • A water bottle (ice water and Gatorade are provided)

OPTIONAL ITEMS

  • Sunscreen
  • Medications (Please notify us of medical conditions and/or medications)

 

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Testimonials

“…experience playing in the futsal league has been terrific! The game itself is fast paced and has challenged my players decision making. Because it is 5v5, all the players are constantly involved. In fact because of their high involvement I often have to be careful substituting. It has been a real pleasure watching the players grow playing this game and the parents have also really enjoyed it so much that they have been asking about playing in another session. They have always said “the game” is the best teacher. Futsal is the epitome of this statement.

- David D.

“A fantastic program that develops amazing futsal/soccer skills and a love for the sport! Anyone wanting to improve their foot skills and game speed will benefit from Futsal.”

- Sean M.

“When you come to play normal soccer, it’s easier if you’ve come from Futsal.”

- Ronalddinho, FIFA Footballer of the year 2004, 2005