Group Training Programs

Camps and Clinics

Our weekly clinics and camps are offered year-round and offer a great opportunity for players looking to develop skills in a fun, encouraging and challenging environment. These programs have a max 14:1 player to coach ratio, with the majority of our programs operating at an 11:1 ratio.  We feel that small group sizes offer students the opportunity to work closely with their coach, while also allowing for a competitive group environment.  We have many different program options for your player. Please see below for upcoming programs. If you'd like a more tailored program, check out our individual and small group training options.

Class Cancellation Policy: If you signed up for a class and need to cancel it due to scheduling conflicts we are happy to accommodate you in another session or give you a credit for a future class. In order to retain our fantastic service, we are unable to give refunds.

See our frequently asked questions below for common questions.

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Program structures may be modified during COVID. Please review COVID policies for more information.


Clinics are held once a week, over a period of 4 to 8 weeks. To promote our fun and competitive environment, we have a 4 child minimum in our clinics. If you're signing up after the session has started, contact us to get a pro-rated registration rate. Looking for a class that you don't see listed? You might not be alone, so email us! Between our joint networks, we can most likely create a class that works for everyone's schedule.


Soccer camps are offered on most holidays and school breaks. During camps, players will work on their individual technical skills and will work with other players to improve their tactical skills. Camps provide a fun, safe, competitive, and positive environment for all players. We love to see our campers making new friends, as camp provides an opportunity for players of different teams and clubs to get to know one-another.  

Here are a few things to keep in mind about camp:
Bring plenty of water - becoming a better player, is thirsty work. Some parks have limited shade, so if your camp is held outdoors, please put sunscreen on your child. Pack a snack for the morning break. To be courteous to our players with allergies, we request that snacks not be shared.

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Click on our Core Program icons below for program specific pages.


Kinder Kickers Junior skills Technical Development Striker Training Goalie Training Tryout Preparation

Camp & Clinic FAQ's:

For questions regarding COVID policies, please refer to our COVID policies page.
1. What camps and clinics do you offer for
General skills:

  • Kinder Kickers - 3 to 5 years old
  • Juniors 6 & 7 years old
  • Cadets - 8 & 13 years old
  • Specific skills:

  • Striker Skills - 8 & 13 years old
  • Goal Keeper Skills - 8 & 13 years old
  • Tryout Prep (Comp & HS) - 8 & 17 years old
  • 2. Will my child learn new skills?

    Possibly. This depends on your players experience and current skill level. Camps and clinics are not only designed to learn “new” skills, but also to refine skills and develop your child into a better player. Whether your child will be introduced to new skills, depends on their soccer experience and current skill level. If your child is relatively new to soccer, they will learn a number of important key skills. If your child has played soccer for several seasons, the focus will be on refining and mastering their technical and tactical skills in progressively higher pressure environments.

    3. What is the structure of each session / day?

    We follow a progression from no-to-low-to-high pressure environments, which allows players to focus on form, before gradually testing skills in an increasingly realistic setting. The structure of each day is as follows -

    1) No pressure skills work. Players work independently to perform a series of skills activities
    2) Low pressure skills work. Players test learned skills in a low-pressure, controlled setting, such as 1v1 activities and drills
    3)High pressure skills work. Players test skills in scrimmages and 2v1, etc. scenarios.
    4) Testing skills without restrictions in an end of day competitive tournament.

    4. What should my child wear? Should they bring anything with them? 

    Players 6 years or older should wear shin guards and soccer cleats to training and should bring their own ball. We suggest writing your player's name on the ball with a permanent marker. Players younger than 6 years should wear tennis / athletic shoes, cleats are not needed, nor is a personal ball. Due to the lack of water fountains, we encourage all participants to bring plenty of water. Camp participants should also bring an afternoon snack.

    5. Who are the Coaches?

    The coaches are a group of fantastic men and women whose passion is soccer, sports, and youth education. Each summer we recruit a dedicated group of coaching staff from around the world to join our local team. Coaches carry a variety of qualifications and experience. To see staff details, please refer to our staff page.

    6. What level of playing experience should my child have?

    We have programs for every player. Our soccer skills programs (Kinder Kickers, Juniors, Cadets) + position specific programs (Striker / Goal Keepers) are appropriate for all level of players. Our very advanced players should consider the FAST and Academy programs, through Futsal Factory.

    7. Who are the other player ?

    We provide training for players from every club in the region. We love connecting players from different teams and clubs and watching new friendships form. These cross-club / team friendships connect players to the regions greater soccer community and help to develop sportsmanship qualities and fun competition at local tournaments and games.

    8. What happens if I have to cancel my registration?

    Please refer to the cancellation terms of your specific program. You can contact our Office for this information, or you can find it on your registration details. Participants who registered as individuals can review this in the registration portal. Teams please refer to your contract.

    9. What happens if my child is sick or there is inclement weather?

    If your child is sick, notify our office 12 hours before the class is due to start for a credit for the missed class. We are not able to provide credits for past classes. Our inclement weather policy follows local club guidelines. Please refer to our Inclement Weather policy, for weather related cancellations.

    9. What size ball do I need?

    U8 and under size 3; U8 to U12 size 4; U12 and older size 5

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