Boys Soccer Camps

Boys Soccer Camps

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Incoming grade level:
1st–5th: June 10–14
6th–8th: June 10–14
9th–12th: June 3–5 and July 22–25

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9th–12th Grade

The 9th–12th grade soccer camp builds upon the existing individual and team skills that each player possesses. It’s broken into two different time periods or “mini-camps” in June and July. Having two mini-camps maximizes quality soccer training while allowing flexibility in summer plans. This camp will complement the summer training that is encouraged for all players while also focusing on the dynamic mental side of soccer. It will feature workouts and activities designed by college soccer programs and will give us a competitive edge moving into the season. Additional summer matches will be announced. 
June 3–5 from 5:30–8:00pm and again July 22–25 from 8:00–10:30am

6th–8th Grade

The 6th–8th grade soccer camp is mirrored after the high school camp. Daily soccer themes of dribbling, shielding, passing, shooting, and competition will drive the structure of this week. Individual and team skills will be taught while also incorporating technical and tactical strategies. I truly value our middle school program and am excited to work with each and every player! 
June 10–14 from 10:30–12:15pm

1st–5th Grade

The 1st–5th grade soccer camp is an exciting, skill-oriented soccer camp where players learn individual and team skills, have fun, and learn to glorify God through soccer. This year’s camp will again feature fun daily themes (jersey day, TC spirit day, water-fight day…) as well as a camp favorite “World Cup Scrimmages.” The boys and girls camp will be held at the same time, 3rd-5th boys will go with Coach Zielke and 3rd-5th girls will go with Coach Hamelinck. 1st and 2nd graders will be together with our varsity players. This camp gets bigger and bigger every year! Don’t miss out!! 
June 10–14 from 8:30–10:00am

These camps are led by TCHS Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Joel Zielke and take place on Timothy’s soccer field. Questions about these camps? Email Joel Zielke