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High level coaches and elite
youth soccer players join
forces with children with
physical and developmental
disabilities to improve their
soccer skills and to share in
the love of the game.
High level coaches and elite youth soccer players join forces with children with physical and developmental disabilities to improve their soccer skills and to share in the love of the game.
At the start of the two-hour per day camp week, each camper will be assessed by our coaches. The campers will then be broken into smaller groups and paired with volunteers or “buddies” for specific skills instruction. It is our coaches and youth volunteers’ objective to help each camper grow and improve their soccer skills over the course of the week, regardless of the camper’s starting skill level. The emphasis of the program is to have fun but we are also serious about teaching soccer.
This summer, Bethesda Soccer Club has donated the turf field at Thomas S. Wootton High School (Rockville, MD)! We thank the club for their generous support! The camp is free and will take place from June 17-21, 2019 at Wootton HS. We ask that all campers arrive at camp 15 minutes early and that parents and/or guardians remain at the field during the training sessions.
Each camper will be given a camp T-shirt at the start of the one-week camp and we will distribute a certificate and awards to our campers at the end of the week! We’re looking forward to an exciting camp! We hope your child will join us!
Please remember to arrive at camp 15 minutes early and bring plenty of water!
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