Dutch Soccer Academybased on 1 reviews (review)
Camp Directors - Update this ListingCamp Location: University of Maine, Presque Isle, Maine, United States
Ages: grades 3-12
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
Session dates: Multiple
Dutch Soccer Academy
99 Lynn Dr
Caribo, Maine, 04736
Our goal is to inspire as many kids as possible to play soccer by imparting our love and passion for the game. Our amusing and animated coaching style creates a fun atmosphere where kids are excited to play and not afraid of making mistakes.
The primary focus of all of our sessions is to build each student’s personal skills at the earliest age possible. Our program is designed for each student to have a ball at their feet at all times, making them more comfortable and confident with the ball.
The Dutch Soccer Academy is an aid to the existing community’s soccer program. Our role is to help the soccer program in each region increase their number of participants and give each player a solid soccer foundation to build on throughout the year.
By bringing in skilled coaches from all over the world, DSA not only provides an unforgettable soccer experience for our students, but a cultural opportunity as well. Our coaches are chosen based on their experience with children as well as their soccer credentials. DSA strives to bring in coaches who will be excellent role models for our kids. It is important to us that our students leave camp feeling empowered to be better soccer players, healthy athletes, and also good role-models for their peers.
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Reviewer: TM from Maine
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I arrived at the end of the week to pick up my child and saw a coach shoving my child and bullying him. When I spoke with the camp director, she told me the coach was just a "Gentle Giant." Maybe there is a cultural gap too large to bridge. In this country coaches that lay hands on children are immediately fired. The same coach tickles children in a way that hurts them at the pool. His behavior is a red flag. If this type of incident is tolerated, what else is tolerated? Do not trust these people with your child.
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