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Arizona Soccer Camp

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Camp Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Ages: 8 to 17 years old
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
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Cost (range): $200 - $500 a week
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Phone: 602-938-0277
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The Arizona Soccer Camp is located an hour and a half north of Phoenix at Embry Riddle University. Founded in 1978, the camp has produced a number of players who have gone on to play college and professional soccer. Featuring many of the same staff as the Academy, the camp offers a variety of sessions to challenge beginners and college hopefuls. Players are grouped by age and ability into teams that are under the supervision of our professional staff. Besides the twice a day technical training, campers also participate in scrimmages each evening to integrate their newly learned skills into real game situations. There are also penalty kick competitions, Soccer Olympics, and the Styro Cup Challenge. At the end of the week, each camper sits down with their coach and receives a full written evaluation to help prepare for the new season. Free time is filled with a swim at the campus pool or a visit to the rec room to play some ping pong or foosball. No other camp has developed such a complete program or offers such and experienced staff.

Orme School, one of the nation's leading prep schools, provides the perfect setting for the camp. Located six miles north of Cordes Junction on I-17. At 4,000 feet elevation, the campus is cool in the Summer for serious soccer training. There are lush soccer fields, indoor soccer, a rec room, swimming pool, and dining hall. Campers stay in comfortable dorms on campus. There is even a lighted field for night games!


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