ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS
Please email Carl Griffiths at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR A CAMP?
Complete the online registration. (Links provided on the homepage and the 'Camps' page.) Be sure to complete all requested information. Please make sure the email you register with is the email you check MOST frequently.
DO CAMPERS NEED A SOCCER BALL?
DO CAMPERS NEED TO BRING MONEY?
Campers should bring CASH for incidental or merchandise purchases from the camp store/ concessions.
WILL THERE BE GOALKEEPER TRAINING?
Goalkeepers will be divided into groups based on talent & ability and will work on position specific drills with expert goalkeeper coaches. To ensure they get exposure to more coaches they will participate in our small-sided games as well as our 11v11 tournament matches.
ARE PARENTS INVITED TO ATTEND?
Parents are encouraged to attend the Check-In, Opening Ceremonies, Check-Out, & Closing Ceremonies. Additionally, parents are invited to watch the training sessions & games. However, parents are prohibited from coaching or having significant contact with any campers other than their son or daughter per the MS State Law unless proper Background Checks are submitted to our staff.
CAN TEAMS COME TOGETHER FOR A CAMP? HOW DO THEY REGISTER?
ARE THERE ANY PROMOTIONS?
Yes! EARLY BIRD SPECIAL - when you register by the early bird special date. Date is found in registration.
WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A RESIDENTIAL CAMPER AND NON RESIDENTIAL CAMPER?
Residential Camper means that you will reside on campus throughout the camp week. Non-Residential means that you leave camp every evening after games and return every morning and do not reside in the residence halls. Non-Residential Campers eat breakfast, lunch & dinner every day of camp.
WHERE DO THE CAMPERS STAY?
Residential campers will stay in the air-conditioned Resident Halls on Belhaven University campus. Campers will need to bring linens for a twin bed. The campers will have access to cold drinks while on the fields so please bring a thermos. When back in the dorms, the camp store will have cold drinks and snacks for sale. During the day during down time non residential campers will be in the dorms with the campers and coaches.
CAN I CHOOSE A ROOMMATE?
Yes. There are two campers in every room. Campers can request a roommate during online registration. PLEASE only request a camper who is already registered and make sure to have discussed your request with the other camper.
WHAT DO RESIDENTIAL CAMPERS NEED TO BRING?
(1) Bed Linens, pillow(s) for standard twin bed, towels (2) Extra towels (3) Cleats or Turf shoes (4) Indoor training shoes in case of inclement weather (5) Soccer ball if you did not purchase one from camp (6) Sandals, (7) Rain gear (8) Adequate clothing for training, games, sessions - shirts, shorts, socks, guards - prepare for 3 sessions a day (9) Personal medicine can be held by trainer (10) Toiletry items (11) Sunscreen