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July 19 - 21 GOALKEEPER/STRIKER CAMP


Goal and Objectives of the Goalkeeper - Striker Camp
The University of Dayton & OSYSA Goalkeeper and Striker Residential Camp will provide you one of the most advanced, challenging and competitive environments in the region.

This program is designed for players aged 10 - 18. Our goal is to help campers enjoy a positive experience while mastering techniques and tactics that will help them improve as players. Our campers receive individualized attention from our elite coaching staff, which features Dayton women’s soccer coaches and high-level college and club coaches. The coaching staff will challenge you every minute to be the best player you can be. Our program can help you reach your potential and goals. This is a great camp for all High School, Club and ODP Goalkeepers and Strikers.

Registration/Check In for Residential AND Commuter Campers
Registration/Check In will be held on the campus of the University of Dayton. Please use the link below to assist you in getting to registration

Registration deadline is July 12, 2019.

The registration fee includes 6 training sessions plus a tournament, Housing for residential campers, Meals, a Soccer Ball, & a Flyers Soccer Academy t-shirt.

Discount is available to siblings attending camp - $20.00 discount for each sibling. Discount is available for University of Dayton faculty and staff - $20.00 discount. Only one discount per player.

Once you have successfully completed the online registration process, you will receive a confirmation email to the email address associated with your account (please make sure the address is accurate and up-to-date). If you believe your registration was successful, but you have not received a confirmation email, please check your junk or spam filter. If you still cannot find the confirmation, contact msaurin1@udayton.edu

2019 ID Camp Logistics

Check In
Registration will be held at the dorms on the campus of the University of Dayton.
The registration fee includes 6 training sessions plus a tournament, Housing, Meals, a Soccer Ball, & a Flyers Soccer Academy t-shirt.

Key Deposit - All residential campers are required to pay a $50 key deposit by check AT CHECK IN which is returned at CHECK OUT

Medical Forms - All Campers MUST fill out and bring medical forms with them to registration/check in. The forms are attached below. Campers cannot participate in any session until we receive the forms.

Daily Schedule
Friday July 19
1.00 PM Registration/Check In – RESIDENTS
2.00 PM Registration/Check In – COMMUTERS
3.00 PM All Camp Meeting - Campers ONLY
3.30 PM – 5.00 PM Session I - Parents Welcome
5.00 PM Dinner
7.00 PM – 8.30 PM Session II
8.30 PM Pick Up - COMMUTERS – Stuart
9.30 PM Pizza (camper order)
11.00 PM Lights Out

Saturday July 20
7.45 AM Breakfast - RESIDENTS
8.45 AM Drop Off - COMMUTERS - At Stuart Field
9.00 AM-11.00 AM Session III
11.15 AM Lunch
11.30 AM – 12.30 PM Presentation
2.30 PM – 4.00 PM Session IV
5.00 PM Dinner
7:00 PM – 8.00 PM Session V
8.00 PM -9.00 PM Games
9.00 PM Pick Up - COMMUTERS - at Stuart Field
9.30 PM Pizza (camper order)
11.00 PM Lights Out

Sunday July 21
7.00 AM Breakfast - RESIDENTS
7.45 AM Drop Off - COMMUTERS -Stuart Field
8.00 AM-9.30 AM Session VI
9.30 AM Closing Ceremony -Parents Welcome
10.00 AM Check Out – RESIDENTS - Founders Hall
10.00 AM Pick Up - COMMUTERS - Founders Hall

WHAT TO BRING IF YOU ARE A RESIDENTIAL CAMPER:
Key Deposit Check for $50, Medical Forms, Shin guards, soccer shoes and running/indoor shoes, GK Gloves if you are a goal keeper, 8 pairs of socks, 6 pairs of shorts, 8 t-shirts, towels & toiletries, extra blanket, water bottle, carrying bag, spending money for pizza and camp store, Sunblock

WHAT TO BRING IF YOU ARE A COMMUTER CAMPER:
Medical Forms, Shin guards, soccer shoes and running/indoor shoes, GK Gloves if you are a goalkeeper, water bottle, carrying bag, spending money, sunblock

WHAT WE PROVIDE
Linens in the dorms, Meals, Soccer Ball, A Flyers Soccer Academy Shirt, Gatorade at the fields, Water

OTHER CAMP BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Each camper receives a written evaluation, Small coach to camper ratio, Excellent air-conditioned dormitories, Certified athletic trainers on staff, Safe Environment with 24 Hour Supervision by Camp Coaches & Counselors

FAQ’s

    What will campers be working on during camp?
    Curriculum:
    Goalkeepers - Footwork/ Mobility - Angle Play - Catching and Handling – Crosses – Distribution - Breakaway saves - Decision Making/ Organization - Reading the Game Strikers - 1v1 Attacking - Runs into the Penalty Area - Combination Play in the Final Third - Flank Service - Playing with Back to Goal - Finishing Short Range and Long Range - Finishing out of the Air - Finishing with Different Surfaces - Leadership
    Is my roommate request guaranteed?
    We are unable to guarantee roommate requests but will do our best to get you in a room with your friend.
    Can parents and coaches come watch?
    We encourage all coaches to attend the training sessions and the tournament. Parents may attend the initial session and the final session of camp.

DETAILS

WHEN: July 19 - 21

WHERE: Stuart Field at The University of Dayton

WHO: Boys & Girls 10 yrs - 18 yrs

FEE: Early Bird Resident Camper - Sign Up on or Before April 15 - $330
Resident Camper - Sign Up after April 15 - $345

FEE: Early Bird Commuter Camper - Sign Up on or Before April 15 - $270
Commuter Camper - Sign Up after April 15 - $285

GK/Striker Residential Camp : July 19 - 21 RESIDENTIAL $345 Loading...

GK/Striker Residential Camp : July 19 - 21 COMMUTER $285 Loading...

Mail In Registration Option


If using Mail In Registration, please return application, signed medical release, camp photo release, release for minors, and $50 non-refundable deposit to:

Flyers Soccer Academy
Dayton Womens Soccer
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-1220

Key Deposit
All campers are required to pay a $50 key deposit by check AT CHECK IN which is returned at CHECK OUT

Travel Info


Nearest airports to Dayton are 1. Dayton International Airport, 2. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport, 3. John Glenn Columbus International Airport

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1. When flying into Dayton, please use the Dayton International Airport DAY is approximately 30 minutes from campus.

2. When flying into Cincinnati, please use the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport CVG is approximately 1 hour 20 minutes from campus.

3. When flying into Columbus, please use the John Glenn Columbus International Airport CMH is approximately 1 hour 20 minutes from campus.

Hotels


If you are traveling in to town and not staying in the dorms, Dayton has a number of hotels close to the university that make it easy to get to the camp. The Courtyard by Marriott Dayton-University of Dayton and Marriott at the University of Dayton are located on Dayton’s campus and offers the closest accommodations, located less than 5 minutes from Stuart Field.

Safety Info


We will provide water and Gatorade at the fields accessible for all participants. We ask that you complete the medical form prior to arrival on campus. An athletic trainer will be on hand at all times in case of injury or illness.

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Medical Form Campers are NOT allowed to play unless the medical form is completely filled out. The medical information you provide is necessary in the event a camper needs medical attention while camp is in session, so please answer all questions as thoroughly as possible.

Ice, Water, & Gatorade We provide plenty of water and Gatorade at the field. In addition, campers may purchase bottled water and Gatorade from the camp store. Ice is available at the fields. If your camper requires ice for an injury, please make sure they speak to our athletic trainers at the field.

Allergies & Medications A Dayton athletic trainer will be available at Check In to discuss individual medical needs as well as collect any medications such as epi-pens and refrigerated prescriptions. It is at the parent’s discretion whether the trainer administers medication or if it’s the camper’s responsibility.

All University of Dayton camps and clinics are open to all entrants, and are only limited by the number, age, grade level, or gender described.


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