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2015 UCLA BOYS SOCCER CAMPS

CLICK HERE for more information on SUMMER CAMPS
CLICK HERE for more information on WINTER ELITE 100 ID CAMPS
CLICK HERE for more information on the TECHNIQUE & ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE SOCCER CAMPS FOR YOUTH

Camps are open to any and all entrants meeting the age and/or grade requirements

 

Registration for summer camps will begin February 1st!

DAY CAMPS

  • Session #1: June 15-18
  • Session #2: July 13-16
  • Session #3: August 3-6
    • Boys, ages 6-12
    • $345 per camper
    • 9:00AM-3:00PM each day

OVERNIGHT CAMPS

  • College ID Camp: June 28-July 1
    • Boys, ages 14-19
    • $575 Resident
    • $475 Commuter
  • Strikers & Keepers Camp: July 9-12
    • Boys, ages 12-18
    • $575 Resident
    • $475 Commuter

CAMP STAFF
Head Coach Jorge Salcedo
Assistant Coach Nick Carlin-Voigt
Assistant Coach Leonard Griffin
Plus many current Bruin Soccer players!

DAY CAMPS
The Day Camps are open to boys, ages 6-12, and run Monday through Thursday, from 9:00AM-3:00PM. Day Camps and are focused on teaching fundamental skills and introducing basic game strategies to younger campers. These are outstanding camps for those just learning soccer or even for those starting to play on teams. Campers are grouped according to age and ability, and each camper should bring his own soccer ball and a lunch from home. Check-in will take place on the first day of camp between 8:30 and 9:00AM. Campers are supervised 100% of the time by our staff of coaches and student-athletes. Parents/Guardians are required to show proper identification when signing out their campers each day.

COLLEGE ID CAMP
The College ID Camp, for boys, ages 14-19, is an intense schedule of games and instruction for high school soccer players with extensive competitive soccer experience and an interest in playing soccer at the collegiate level. In addition to field instruction, the senior overnight camp offers a range of soccer-related activities, such as viewing international game film, lectures on conditioning, and a discussion of college options, all contributing to the development of a well-rounded soccer athlete.

STRIKERS & KEEPERS CAMP
The Striker/Finishing Camp for boys, ages 12-18, is similar to the College ID Camp in structure, but more specific to the striker/forward & goalkeeper positions. Instruction for attackers includes movement off the ball, patterns to goal and finishing in traffic, and can be for those players that are just looking to improve their finishing skills. The Goalkeeper portion of the camp includes technical work on shot handling, diving, crosses, breakaways, foot skills and distribution and is appropriate for players with prior goalkeeper training.

CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT
Check-in for all overnight camps will take place between 1:30 and 2:30 PM on the first day of camp (subject to change), at the designated residence hall. All overnight camps will check-out at 12:00PM on the final day of camp. Directions and further instructions will be emailed upon receipt of registration and payment.

COMMUTERS - Not staying in dorms
Commuter fees for the overnight camps include instruction, as well as lunch and dinner. Commuters must check-in on the first day of camp at the same dorm location as the resident campers. Commuter sessions on the following days will run from approximately 8:45AM-8:30PM. A detailed daily schedule will be provided after you register.

FACILITIES & ACCOMMODATIONS
The UCLA Soccer Camps are held on the various fields on campus, including North Athletic Field and the Intramural Field, practice fields for the UCLA Bruin Soccer teams. Overnight campers stay in the UCLA residence halls, and meals are served in the award-winning UCLA residential restaurants. The residential restaurants offer a variety of food on an all-you-care-to-eat basis for a well-rounded, balanced diet. Their food choices range from items like soup and salad bars to American, Italian and various other cuisines. Overnight campers are housed in double- and triple-occupancy rooms, and are supervised by coaches and counselors also staying in the residence hall. Roommate preferences will be accommodated whenever possible, but cannot be guaranteed. If no roommate is requested, roommates will be assigned according to age.

HOW TO REGISTER

WAIVER OF LIABILITY
The UCLA Waiver of Liability is filled out with the online registration process. If you do not register online, you will have to fill out a hard copy of the waiver.

CANCELLATIONS - REFUND/TRANSFER/CREDIT POLICY
Once you register and pay for camp, any cancellation, withdrawal, or transfer will fall under the following policies:

  • PRIOR TO JUNE 1
    • CANCELLATION (for any reason): Refund of Amount Paid minus (-) $75 Cancellation Fee
    • TRANSFER TO ANOTHER CAMP: Additional $25 Transfer Fee
    • FUTURE CAMP CREDIT*: Additional $25 Credit Fee
  • JUNE 1 - 48 HOURS PRIOR TO START OF CAMP
    • CANCELLATION (for any reason): Refund of Amount Paid minus (-) $150 Cancellation Fee
    • TRANSFER: Additional $50 Transfer Fee
    • FUTURE CAMP CREDIT*: Additional $50 Credit Fee
  • WITHIN 48 HOURS OF CAMP START
    • CANCELLATION (for any reason): Refund of Amount Paid minus (-) 50% of Camp Cost Cancellation Fee
    • TRANSFER: Additional $100 Transfer Fee
    • FUTURE CAMP CREDITS WILL NOT BE GIVEN
  • IF YOUR CAMPER IS INJURED WHILE AT CAMP
    • If the proper doctor's note is provided, you will receive a credit towards 2016 Boys Soccer Camps, for a pro-rated amount of the camp cost minus (-) the time spent in camp.
  • VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL/CAMP DISMISSAL
    • For campers that leave camp due to voluntary withdrawal or dismissal from camp, there will be no refunds of any kind. Some examples of voluntary withdrawal consist of, but are not limited to - homesickness, doctor's appointment, birthday parties, school functions, etc.

*Future Camp Credit will count towards 2016 Summer Boys Soccer Camps and cannot roll over beyond 2016. A credit can ONLY be used for a future camp and cannot be refunded.

If you register your child for camp and they do not attend, you will not receive a refund. ALL cancellations must be submitted in writing (by fax or email). You will receive an emailed confirmation of your cancellation request once it has been received. No-shows on any day of camp will NOT be refunded/credited for any reason. Camp dismissal can occur for any violation of the camper's code of conduct.

UCLA MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNTS
Parents can receive a $25 discount per eligible camper session, if the person paying for the camp is a current member of the following:

  • UCLA Alumni Association
  • UCLA Faculty
  • UCLA Staff
  • Wooden Athletic Fund
  • Chancellor's Associates
  • Bruin Varsity Club
  • Bruin Kids Club
  • UCLA Rec Card Holders

Current membership information must be on file with the Camp Office. When you get to the cart page during registration, enter "WOODENUGFU25" in the Coupon Code field to activate the $25 discount (if applicable). If you have not already done so, upon registration you will be prompted to enter your membership identification number. This number will be used to verify your account's status. If your membership number is invalid, you will not receive the discount, and your camper's account will maintain a 5% balance per session. A photocopy of your membership card or UCLA faculty/staff ID can be submitted in order for the discount to be verified. (This discount is applicable only if the person paying for the camp is a member of one of the above groups) You may scan and email a copy of your card, or you may fax it to (310) 206-7527.

HEALTH CARE & INSURANCE
Each camper must provide his/her own medical insurance. Parents or guardians will be billed for any medical care given at the UCLA Medical Center or at other hospital facilities. Members of the UCLA Student-Athletic Training staff are on duty to tend to minor injuries or illness. Trainers can hold or even refrigerate prescription medication or aspirin/ibuprofen, but are NOT responsible for administering it. In the case of injury or illness, the parents will be contacted immediately, so please be sure to list your cell phone numbers, as well as the cell phone number of an emergency contact other than the parents. In the case that emergency treatment is required, campers will be taken to the UCLA Ronald Reagan Hospital emergency room.

Questions? Comments?
Please contact:
UCLA Bruins Sports Camps
Phone: (310) 206-3550
Fax: (310) 206-7527
Email: camps@athletics.ucla.edu

WINTER BOYS SOCCER ELITE 100 ID CAMPS

  • Elite 100 ID Camp #1: Saturday, February 28th
  • Elite 100 ID Camp #2: Sunday, March 15th
    • Boys, Ages 14-19
    • 10:00AM-4:00PM
    • $225 per person if registering before 2/23 or 3/10
    • $250 per person if registering after 2/23 or 3/10
    • Lunch is not included

Elite 100 Camp Program
This one day Elite 100 ID camp will be offered on two separate dates: Saturday February 28 and Sunday March 15.

The Elite ID Camp is designed for the high school aged soccer player who wants to play at the collegiate level. The camp will focus on introducing the player to the “UCLA Way” and the methods behind our successful program that has resulted in the development of more professional and Full World Cup players than any other college program in the country. UCLA leads all College programs with 67 players drafted into Major League Soccer and is coming off another very successful 2014 Fall season where they reach the Final of the College Cup.

The UCLA coaching staff will teach and coach through training sessions that are identical to practices run at UCLA and give insight to the players on how they can develop their skills to succeed at the collegiate level. The camp will also provide information to players on the various steps in the recruiting process for UCLA and other schools for players of all abilities. Current UCLA players will discuss their path to becoming a student athlete at UCLA. All UCLA coaches will be present and conducting the training sessions so each student athlete will have the opportunity to interact with current Bruin coaching Staff. Games will be open to other college coaches across the country for further exposure.

Elite 100 Camp Features
The intent of this camp is to offer players a more advanced knowledge of the game and detailed instruction at a position-specific level. Athletes will learn the “UCLA Way” which is unique and innovate to bring out the beautiful games focusing on attacking and attractive ball possession system of play.

Camp instruction will be led by members of the UCLA coaching staff, including Assistant Coaches to learn from coaches and players that reached the pinnacle of NCAA Men’s soccer.

Instrucion Highlights

  • Goalkeeper specific training and Video Analysis
  • Position specific training to better learn fundamentals
  • Recruiting Talk and help with college placement
  • Interaction and advice with current UCLA players who reached 2014 College Cup

WINTER TECHNIQUE & ATHLETICS PERFORMANCE CAMPS FOR YOUTH

Saturday, Feb. 7 Sunday, Feb. 8
Saturday, Feb. 21 Sunday, Feb. 22
Saturday, Feb. 28 Sunday, Mar. 1
Saturday, Mar. 7 Sunday, Mar. 8
Saturday, Mar. 14 Sunday, Mar. 15
Saturday, Mar. 21 Sunday, Mar. 22
  • Boys & Girls, Ages 6-13, plus a parent
  • 1:00-5:00PM each day
  • $200 per day (includes participation for 1 camper & 1 parent)
  • UCLA's Spaulding Field
  • Maximum Capacity: 50 participants per session

CAMP PROGRAM
The technical and physical aspect of soccer is important, but learning the correct way to acquire these skills to become successful is of the utmost importance. If you would like your son or daughter to learn methods that will be impactful in the way they play the game, then this camp is for you. The UCLA Men's Soccer Staff would like to teach mothers and fathers how to help their children enjoy the game by sharing some exercises and best practices that will give boys & girls more confidence and skill. A vital part of becoming a good athlete is self-confidence and believing you are able to make positive plays on the field. Our goal through the "Technique & Athletics Performance Soccer Camp" is to provide a foundation for parents and their children to build upon in their young lives. We would like to positively affect the way your children move on the field with and without the soccer ball. By teaching and combining two of the most important facets of the game, we believe that we could have a long-lasting impact on your children through our approach and comprehensive plan.

The Parent Factor - Understanding how to help your children develop as soccer players is not an easy task. That is what their coaches do, and many of them do a very good job. We are not trying to change anything your child does with their respective teams, but simply share some concepts that will assist in their development. The format of the camp will be unique in that the first two hours will involve one parent and their child together on the field. We would like to teach the two of you some methods from the athletic performance and technical aspects of the game that you can practice on your own anytime. They will be understandable and taught to the kids in a way that will be simple to duplicate when you leave the camp. We will also provide a packet with the drills and skills we will teach for you to have and make reference to if needed. Furthermore, the equipment we will use will be minimal and easily acquired in order to simulate any of the practices we share.

Huge Lessons, Small Numbers - We feel strongly that the lessons we teach will be very helpful to your children. There are proven methods that we will implement in the curriculum. The two hours of instruction to the parents and children will be filled with ideas on how to acquire some more athleticism, strength, flexibility, injury prevention and technique. Each day will limit the number of campers. This will ensure that our staff and current players provide the proper attention to each parent and camper.

From Beginner to an All-Star - Who is this camp for? Boys and girls from ages 6-13 are invited. If you have never played soccer before, then this camp may not be for you. If you have played from one year to a few years and want to learn some important pillars of the game, then this camp is ABSOLUTEY for you!

CANCELLATIONS - REFUND/TRANSFER/CREDIT POLICY
Once you register and pay for the Elite ID or Technique & Athletic Performance Camps, any cancellation, withdrawal, or transfer will fall under the following policies:

  • PRIOR TO 48 HOURS OF THE START OF CAMP
    • CANCELLATION (for any reason): Refund of Amount Paid minus (-) $25 Cancellation Fee
    • TRANSFER: Additional $10 Transfer Fee
    • FUTURE CAMP CREDIT*: Additional $25 Credit Fee
  • WITHIN 48 HOURS OF CAMP START
    • CANCELLATION (for any reason): Refund of Amount Paid minus (-) $50 Cancellation Fee
    • TRANSFER: Additional $35 Transfer Fee
    • FUTURE CAMP CREDIT - Additional $50 Credit Fee

UCLA Recreation Summer Camps
Click here for more information on UCLA Recreation Camps such as Bruin Kids, Camp Voyager and Strokes.


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