Camps/ Clinics

Futsal 

  • Youth Open Play
    • for children looking to come in to an open gym and play with peers of their age. Children may organize their own games or activities in which they would like to play.
      *JUST SHOW UP , NO NEED TO PRE-REGISTER*
  • TOPSoccer Pick Up
    • WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: ANY CHILD/ YOUNG ADULT WITH A DISABILITY 
      • Disabilities might include: Autism, Down Syndrome, Muscular, Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Sight or Hearing Impaired or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Pick Up Futsal
    • Limited to 20 Players
    • Players will be split into teams of 5
      Each team will play (3) 12-minute games
      *ALL PLAYERS MUST PRE-REGISTER ONLINE*


    Go to mikeeimerstrainingfacility.com for more information or to register. 


    Challenger Sports Tetra Brazil Camp will be held on July 22nd-26th at the Mike Eimers Training Facility.   More information or to register, click here


    2019 Coerver® Soccer Camps

    at Bellarmine University

    Contact us at tchastonay@bellarmine.edu or 502.272.8043

    For more information or to register, click here.

    Anfield Soccer Academy, an official Coerver® School of Soccer, will be hosting its 23rd year of soccer camps at Bellarmine University. We have prepared thousands of players for success with their club and high school teams and would like to do the same for you or your players! We will be offering three different camps this summer under the direction of Tim Chastonay, Bellarmine University Men’s Soccer Head Coach.

    Full Day Camp

    Half Day Camp

    Fall Prep Camp

    • June 17 – 20

    • July 8 – 11

    • July 15 – 18

    • 9 am – 7 pm

    • 9 am – 12 pm

    • 9 am – 12 pm

    • Boys & Girls

    • Boys & Girls

    • Boys & Girls

    • Ages 9 – 17 years

    • Ages 6 – 17 years

    • Ages 8 – 17 years

    • $300.00 ($330 after June 1)

    • $140.00 ($150 after June 20)

    • $140.00 ($150 after June 20)

    What is Coerver® Coaching?

    Coerver Coaching is recognized as “The World’s #1 Soccer Skills Teaching Method.” It is especially suited to improving individual skills and small group play for players 6-17 years old. Please visit www.coerver.com for further information.

    All camps are based on the Coerver® Coaching Pyramid of Player Development

    Group Attack: Improve small group play with an emphasis on Fast Break Attacks

    Finishing: Improve technique and encourage instinctive play around the goal

    Speed: Improve agility, acceleration and power with and without the ball

    Moves 1v1: Teach game-winning individual moves and create space against packed defenses

    Receiving/Passing: Improve first touch and encourage accurate and creative passing

    Ball Mastery: 1 player, 1 ball. Repetition ball control exercises with both feet

    For further information or to register for one (or more) of the above camps, click here.

    Discounts are available! Call or email for more details: tchastonay@bellarmine.edu or 502.272.8043.

  • 2019 SUMMER ELITE CAMP (Open to all girls ages 13 - 18)

  • July 21st Sunday 9:30am - 4:00pm

    The Elite ID Camp is designed to provide advanced level players ages 13-18 with a one day training environment that mimics a high level college soccer program. The camp will include a technically and tactically rigorous training session run by the Louisville Soccer Coaching Staff, a Strength and Conditioning Session run by Louisville Sports Performance Staff coaches, full field 11v11 games, as well as an NCAA Division I compliance informational session and lunch with the Louisville players and coaches. Space in this camp will be limited to ensure players receive individual attention. 

  • 2019 FUTURE CARDINALS CAMP (Open to all girls ages 7 - 13)

    July 15th Monday - 19th Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm

    The Future Cardinals camp will focus on the development of ball mastery, first touch, and speed of play. The camp will focus on teaching the tools young players need to develop in their game for the next level. The camp size will be kept small so the players get as much individual attention as possible with the staff. The focus of the camp is time spent on the ball to improve comfort ability and skill on the ball.

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