Soccer Camps - Wisconsin
If you're looking for a soccer camp in Wisconsin, you've come to the right place. Below you will find the best soccer camps available in the state of Wisconsin. If you don't find the right soccer camp near where you live, it might be worth it to attend a quality soccer camp in a larger city or even another state.
Soccer Camps International
www.soccercampsinternational.com - The leader in online registrations for famous and Elite European Clubs Youth Summer Soccer Camps and Soccer Schools, offers players the opportunity to discover new ways of learning and developing soccer skills with players from all over the world in some of the world's best soccer countries including England, Spain, Italy, Portugal and France. Learn how to play the soccer style of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, AC Milan, Juventus Turin, Benfica Lisbon, Paris Saint Germain and Bordeaux. Language Classes options available in France, Spain and England. Residential and Day Camp Sessions, Goalkeeper training sessions and girls sessions available. Cultural excursions in top European cities available for select camps. Register Online NOW
No. 1 Soccer Camps: www.no1soccercamps.com
The No.1 Soccer Camps are the leaders in soccer specialty camps for all ages and ability levels. Long recognized as the foremost training ground for goalkeepers and field players endeavoring to improve their soccer prowess, No.1 Soccer Camps will host locations throughout the United States with many new sites this year. In addition to our traditional Youth, Junior and Senior Academy, at select sites we are also offering our unique College Prep Performance Academy as well as our College ID Showcase Camps. Camps will be conducted in Arizona, Texas, Maryland, Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Massachusetts, Illinois, California, Georgia, Oregon, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York, South Carolina, Alabama, North Carolina, Michigan, Tennessee and Connecticut. Each campsite is organized into well balanced small groups of field players and goalkeepers with concentration of play on both sides of the ball in the 35 yards immediately in front of the goal, utilizing our unique Go to Goal curriculum. The Machnik Method is recognized as the industry standard. Many No.1 Soccer Camps present sold out situations so it is important to register early! Register NOW
FC Barcelona Soccer Camps
The official FC Barcelona Soccer Camps are coming back to the U.S. this summer.
The FC Barcelona Camps offer the opportunity to boys and girls to learn the same methodology that created players such as Messi, Xavi, and Iniesta. Coaches from the FCB Academy will teach the unique and globally recognized Barça style of play as well as values such as teamwork, effort, and respect.
Charlotte, NC: June 13 - 17
Cincinnati, OH: June 20 - 24
Louisville, KY: June 27 - July 1
Raleigh, NC: June 27 - July 1
Richmond, VA: July 5 - 9
St. Louis, MO: July 5 - 9
Indianapolis, IN: July 11 - 15
Washington, DC: July 11 - 15
Columbus, OH: July 18 - 22
Spots are limited, Register Here!
Bavarian Soccer Club
Beloit College Buccaneer Soccer Camp
The Beloit College Buccaneer Soccer Camp is designed to provide each camper with an enjoyable and rewarding experience with the game of soccer, along with a positive foundation on which to build and improve their skills. Emphasis is placed on individual and team concepts.
Carthage Soccer Camp
The 2008 camp program features functional training in both technical and tactical skills. Technical development for the week focuses on dribbling, ball control, turning, passing, receiving, heading, and shooting. Tactical development for the week focuses on the principles of attacking and defending, along with positional play and field vision/awareness. All campers will leave at the end of the week with written evaluations designed to ensure players understand how to continue progress towards competitive excellence. The Carthage College Soccer Camp seeks to deliver a curriculum challenging youth players on all playing levels.
Challenger British Soccer Camps (http://www.challengersports.com/index.aspx)
British Soccer Camps provide young players with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international experts right in the heart of their own community. Each British Soccer Camp provides players of all ages and abilities the appropriate program and level of curriculum. Camps travel to several states across the US.
Coerver Coaching USA Soccer Camps
Coerver Coaching's mission is to provide the world's best youth soccer educational services and products at its Player Camps, Schools and Coaches' Clinics. Our aim is to make the benefits of Coerver® Coaching available as widely as possible through our network of Coerver Coaching licensees.
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Green Bay Strikers Soccer Club
The Green Bay Striker Soccer Club is an all-volunteer, non-profit recreational youth soccer on the East Side of Green Bay, WI. It provides the opportunity for boys and girls ages 5-18 to play soccer for fun. Last year over 1600 children participated in the East-side program. Our season runs from May through July, August for the Tony Litt Tournament. Our philosophy, along with the enthusiasm of players and parents, has contributed to our rapid growth.
Milwaukee Wave Summer Camps (http://www.milwaukeewave.com/tb/?nav=summercamps)
The Milwaukee Wave Summer Soccer Camp Program, the most comprehensive soccer camp program in Southeastern Wisconsin, will once again offer more than 50 sessions in 30 area locations. Whether your son or daughter is a beginner, intermediate player, or advanced/select player, the Wave Camp Program can help your child develop his or her game in a fun environment that maximizes skill development and learning.
The Next Level Soccer Camp (http://www.thenextlevelsoccercamps.com/home.htm)
HS Super Camp
August 11 – 15, 2008 1:30 – 4:30pm @ Uihlein
Topper Soccer Camp
August 11 – 15, 2008 8:00 – 10:30am @ Quad Park
INDIVIDUAL TRAINING SESSIONS
For the player that is SERIOUS about reaching "The Next Level," call or e-mail Coach Spielmann at 262-893-9350 or firstname.lastname@example.org
No. 1 Soccer Camps
Long recognized as the foremost training ground for goalkeepers and field players endeavoring to improve their striking prowess, No1 Soccer Camps will commence its 37th season in 2013 with 24 locations in 18 states. Camps will be conducted in Texas, Maryland, Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Massachusetts, Illinois, California, Georgia, Oregon, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York, South Carolina, Alabama, Wisconsin, and Connecticut. Each campsite is organized into well balanced small groups of field players and goalkeepers with concentration of play on both sides of the ball in the 35 yards immediately in front of the goal. Many No.1 Soccer Camps present sold out situations so it is important to register early!
Soaring Soccer Camps
Providing training and soccer camps in southern Wisconsin: Madison - Sun Prairie - Fort Atkinson - Columbus.
All Soaring Soccer Academy coaches/trainers are certified by the USSF and/or NSCAA (United States Soccer Federation and/or National Soccer Coaches Association of America)
Soaring Soccer Camp "No player" is left out. No player is over looked. No player can hide. Every player is involved.
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University of Wisconsin Soccer Camps (www.wisconsinsoccercamp.com)
Elite Soccer Academy: Boys Ages 11-18
Session 1: June 28-July 1
Session 2: July 10-13
Badger Day Camp: Boys and Girls Ages 4-12
University of Wisconsin Ultimate Soccer Camps (www.uwec.edu/athletics/general/camps.htm)
Comprehensive camp involving multiple classroom sessions, plus plenty of time on the field to practice, practice, practice. Optional cardiovascular training available before camp eacy day is available as well.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (http://uwmpanthers.cstv.com/camps/wiml-camps.html)
The UWM Panther Soccer Camp is designed to provide players with learning and fun. Coach Coleman and the rest of the camp staff will teach all aspects of the game. The focus will be on the techniques and skills of the game while promoting a stimulating learning environment.
Located on 400 rolling acres and within short driving distances from the metropolitan centers of Milwaukee, Madison, and Chicago, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater offers Vogelsinger athletes endless playing fields in a secluded, quiet, and serene environment. High-rise dormitories and bountiful healthy buffet choices round out the college-athlete experience.
Whitefish Bay Soccer Club
The Whitefish Bay Soccer Club serves the needs and interests of soccer players by providing multiple levels of competition for boys and girls in the North Shore area. The club is affiliated with the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association and approximately 1200 players, ages 5-18, participate in the program.
Winning Mood Soccer Academy Camp (www.titans.uwosh.edu/sportscamps)
The Winning Mood Soccer Academy Camp is a cooperative effort presented by internationally known soccer coach and educator Ton de Hoop of the Netherlands and highly successful UW-Oshkosh head soccer coach Toby Bares.
The Winning Mood philosophy is based on training players to perform a variety of skills and tactics on demand. They must know what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. Even for top professional players, good technical training with properly applied tactical insight are the foundations of successful play. Winning Mood instruction provides sophisticated, thorough technical training which then can be sensibly applied to competitive game settings.
Wisconsin Soccer Academy (http://www.wisconsinsoccercamps.com/index.htm)
Over the past 19 years more than 22,000 participants have chosen our camps over others offered in Wisconsin due to the quality of our coaching staff and our program.
We believe that learning sportsman ship and teamwork are as important to any soccer player as learning to pass, shoot and dribble the ball. As teachers, we feel it is important that each participant understands rather than merely copies the skills and techniques we teach. Our coaches will take the extra time to demonstrate each skill in terms that each participant can understand.