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  • Refund or Credits
    Refunds will not be permitted once the camp/clinic starts. Credits for future camp/clinics will be given at discretion. There will be no make up sessions offered for missed sessions
  • Are charges prorated if I register late?
    You will be asked to register online for the full amount, and a credit will be applied to your household for future use at camps/clinics.
  • What is a Training Program? Is it right for my child?
    A clinic conducted once a week for a period of 4-7 weeks. Each Training Program focuses on a different set of skills and functional development in the game of soccer.
  • How are the players grouped?
    Each participant is grouped based on age, however, if a player shows exceptional ability he or she may be moved to an older group if desired.
  • What should my child bring to their camp/clinic?
    Every player should bring their own shinguards (shinguards must be under socks), soccer ball, water bottle (we have refillable water stations located inside the office building), cleats/turf/flat surface shoes.
  • When should I expect to receive information regarding an upcoming camp/clinic?
    You will receive a program welcome email with all details at 5pm of the night prior to the start date of your camp/clinic.
  • What is the procedure to obtain a new training shirt?
    Every participant is given one training shirt at the start of each camp/clinic they register for. Additional shirts may be purchased for $10/per shirt by contacting your camp director.
  • How/when will I find out if training is cancelled?
    Camps/Clinics may be canceled in the event of inclement weather. You will be notified via email at least 2 hours prior to the start of the session.
  • Who is the point of contact for Camps/Clinics?
    Please contact the Director of Camps and Clinics, Jackie O'Shaughnessy with any questions you may have:
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