In the event of only rain, we play. We ask parents to have their child bring a rain jacket. The only time we stop playing is in the case of extremely inclement weather or thunder and /or lightning. All our locations have a safe shelter nearby. The safety and well-being of the children is our […]
We will have first aid available and will call you in case your child is not able to participate. If your child is sick prior to the start of the camp, then we ask that he/she stays home not to infect any of the other campers and staff.
We recommend cleats that are already broken in. Don’t buy a new pair of cleats to wear at camp! New shoes or old socks can give you blisters! Protecting your feet’s back heel and wearing two pair of socks can help you avoid getting blisters. In addition we recommend to have shinguards in sleeves, so […]
Parents, family, friends and coaches are all welcome to watch all training sessions. We ask visitors to be in the designated areas.
Campers are allowed to have a cell phone, however, the NACTM cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen cell phones. In case you need to get in touch with your child, please call our camp coordinator on site, he/she will always have a cell phone and can assist campers to call home. We will […]
All campers are required to wear the NACTM uniform (jersey, shorts and socks) each day of camp. Soccer cleats (or turf shoes) and shin-guards are required for camp participation. Shin guards must be inside of, and fully covered by soccer socks. Campers also need to bring: 1. Sunblock, without sunblock the chance of getting a sun burn is […]
Transfer policy We can transfer your child to another camp location in the same year, or roll your registration into the follow year’s camp at no cost. This is contingent upon: – if the transfer request is made at least two weeks prior to start of the camp. – if we have another summer camp […]
On day one, all campers must arrive by 8:30 am, which is 30 minutes prior to the 9:00 am camp start date to receive their uniform.
Our camps are open to all to register. Between the ages of 5-9 years old, we do not require that the camper be a serious soccer player, since they are still exploring the sport. However, by ages 10-12, we expect the camper to be playing at a competitive level. By ages 13-17, we expect soccer […]
Camps are run during the soccer off-season between June – August for the summer program and December – March for the winter program.