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Who:  Players born between January 2006 to June 2012 – of all skill levels


Where:  Mary Grogan Soccer Complex


Week #1  June 17th-21st

Week #2  July 15th-19th

Camp Times:  9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The park will be open starting at 8:00 a.m. for those parents who need to drop players off early.  You do not have to drop off early unless needed. After camp, all players must be picked up between 2:00-2:30 p.m.

Fees: $150.00 per camper, per week.

Families with multiple children: $150.00 for first child, $100.00 for subsequent children, per week.

Families interested in multiple weeks, $150.00/camper for the first week, $100.00/camper for subsequent weeks.


Snacks & Lunch: Parents are responsible for providing a snack, water, and a lunch for each camper daily.


Questions?  E-mail or call Carlos Zavala at [email protected] or 209.606.8929


Technical Functional Activities: (foot skills = juggling, receiving, passing, dribbling and shooting)
WHEN: Monday-Thursday once per day (sometimes more depending on skill level of campers). The level of difficulty of these activities are taught based on the skill levels/level of play of our campers.



WHEN: Monday-Thursday. Players accumulate individual points by playing small sided games. The scoring system used helps coaches determine how much impact players have on teams, teammates, defending, scoring, etc. We announce and award the winners on Friday at the end of camp.


3v3 World Cup Tournament:  

WHEN: This tournament takes place Thursday and Friday. Based on individual BIG KAHUNA TOURNEY points earned Monday-Thursday, players are assigned to 3v3 World Cup teams.  These teams face each other on Thursday and Friday in a round robin or brackets tournament format.  Championship games are played on Friday.


Character Development:  

WHEN: Monday – Thursday. This short lecture session takes place daily for about 10 minutes each day. The principles taught are Respect, Discipline, Accountability, Leading Courageously, Enacting Justice on Behalf of Others, and Having Empathy for Others. All these principles encourage our players to build each other up in a way that builds player confidence and strengthens our teams, on and off of the field.  


WHEN: This short lecture session takes place for about 20 minutes each day. Basic nutrition information is taught to our campers including hydration, dehydration, the benefits or bad effects of sugars in the body, nutrients, pre-game meal planning, and recovery meals/rest after practices/games. Campers are required to memorize and understand as much information as possible, so as to help them answer questions correctly for Friday's Nutrition Championship Competition. 


Nutrition Championship Competition:

WHEN:  Friday morning.  Teams compete against each other in an obstacle course. All competitors are required to finish each obstacle course event.  The team that finishes the event first earns a point if he/she answers the nutrition question correctly.  If their answer is incorrect, the other competitor gets a chance to answer the question correctly to earn the point for their team. The team with the most points wins the competition. 


Summer Camp Records: 

WHEN: Wednesday. Our summer camp staff will keep accurate Passing, Dribbling, and Juggling records every summer.


Talent Show:  

WHEN: Daily during lunch time.  Needless to say, we will see a ton of special talents that will bring plenty of smiles to everyone!


WHEN: Friday. We will set up a 10 flag fut-golf course where teams compete for the Fut-Golf Championship. The fewest number of passes made wins!



World Cup & Eliminator:  

WHEN: This takes place two-three times per week.  Campers LOVE these games and as long as there is good participation by all players during these activities, these games are great venues for fun and good competition.

Younger Players:  Players who are not ready or are too young to participate in some of the above activities will be involved in skill and age appropriate developmental activities. These activities are designed for younger competitive players and are competitive challenging and fun.


As you can see, we will be busy every day of the week. We hope that we have provided you with some information that can give you an idea of what your kids will be doing during our camps.  Don't hesitate to call if you have any questions.


Thank you for choosing MYSA-Ajax Summer Camp 2019!

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