DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke women’s soccer program has announced dates for all of its 2018 camps. Registration for 2018 Duke Soccer School programs tentatively opens October 11.
Held in January, March and June, our ID Camps provide middle school and high school players curriculum directed by the Duke women’s soccer coaching staff at the Blue Devils’ facilities in Durham, North Carolina. Coaches expose players to the training methods and drills utilized by the Duke Blue Devils, addressing both the technical and tactical areas of the game. The Winter and Spring ID Camps are one-day programs while the Summer ID Camp features two days of training. Separate goalkeeper training is available at all three, directed by Duke’s goalkeeper coach. Tuition includes the full-day training, lunch and a Duke soccer t-shirt. Dates are below.
Winter ID Clinic (1-Day) | January 21, 2018
Spring ID Clinic (1-Day) | March 11, 2018
Summer ID Clinic (2-Days) | June 9-10, 2018
Youth Day Camp (June 11-15, 2018 | Ages 5-14)
Our Youth Day Camp is the perfect environment for the young, developing player. This fun and educational camp is centered around fundamental soccer skills with a curriculum based on understanding and improving correct technique via exercises, small-sided games, and group activities. Both half and full-day campers will spend time perfecting these newly acquired skills with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff.
Junior Residential Camp (June 16-18, 2018 | Ages 10-16)
The Junior Residential Camp is an overnight camp focused on improving the skill level and tactical understanding of all our campers. This camp is intended to improve developing young players. Training sessions and games are competitive to challenge all levels of ability. Separate goalkeeper instruction is available.
Elite Residential Camp (July 27-29, 2018 | 12-18)
Our Elite Residential Camp is designed for rising 7th-12th graders. The Duke women’s soccer staff develops training sessions to enhance and develop technical skills and tactical awareness. Additional areas of emphasis include speed & agility training, nutrition, and academic preparation. Goalkeeper specific training is also offered. This camp is intended to provide high quality training from an elite program, teach campers about the demands of collegiate soccer, and give an on-campus view of the Duke University women’s soccer program.