35th ANNUAL CENTRE COLLEGE SOCCER CAMP
June 9 – 12, 2024 (Sunday – Wednesday, BOYS, Ages 9 – 13)
In conjunction with the Keeper Edge State Training Center
Come see why this is the most popular soccer camp for this age in Kentucky!
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Day Camper: $280 (Includes Sunday – Wednesday lunch, t-shirt, water bottle, certificate & evaluation)
Overnight Camper: $415 (Includes housing, all meals, t-shirt, water bottle, certificate & evaluation)
WHY IS THE JUNIOR SCHOOL SO POPULAR?
College players coach the teams. Most of our college players attended this same camp when they were 9 – 13 years old. They serve as great role models for our campers. Teams are drafted and play in age appropriate camp league games while training together twice a day. Keeper Edge trains separately from field players and then join their team for the 2 games.
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY LIKE AT CAMP?
Campers focus on ball skills and challenges within their own age groups. The campers will join with their team to play a game and then head off to lunch and some rest. The afternoon focuses on group play and then another game before releasing day campers.
A separate Resident Assistant Staff supervises the dorms & evening activities and includes the Director of Centre College Public Safety. An Activity Director oversees nightly free play activities such as Soccer Tennis & Futsal Tournaments.
CAMP FACILITIES & DINING HALL
The camp at Centre College uses two turf fields, new indoor turf Field House, three Bermuda Grass fields, 3 indoor Futsal Courts, and the new dining hall is all you can eat.
A separate Residential Assistance Staff monitors our residential campers including the Director of Centre College Public Safety. Residential camp evening activities include Soccer Golf, Futsal Tournaments, and Cookies & Milk!
Meet Our Lecture Staff
Jeb Burch, Camp Director
Head Coach, Centre College
Kris Zander, Executive Director
Kentucky Youth Soccer Association
Tyrone Marshall, 2 Time MLS Champion
Head Coach, FC Cincinnati
Adam Boyer, Head Coach
Tim Wolz, Head Coach, Midway University
Tate Spivey, Head Coach, Danville Locomotive
Derek Willis, Kentucky Director of Player Development
Keeper Edge Director
Robbe Tarver, Head Coach, University of Evansville
Brian Bouhl, Assistant Coach, Georgetown University
Justin Maddock, DOC Athletico Flames
Thanks for your help with my son’s food allergies…
“Thanks for your help with my son’s food allergies. It turned out to be a complete non-issue. There were plenty of food selections available. Next year we know there will not be any worries. He really enjoyed camp…his legs are still feeling it!!”
He had a great experience!
“I am so happy he did this camp! He had a great experience! I thought my son would fall asleep in the car but no, he was all wound up and bouncing off the walls! He loved it! His RA even bought him a cake for his birthday. See you next year!”
Thank you for all you do…
“Thank you for all you do in our community. We have attended most other camps in the state and to have this camp in our hometown is special. Our sons are lucky to have someone like you involved in the soccer community. Keep up the good work!”
Thanks for a great camp!
“I can’t believe it has been 4 years in a row! We remember when our son came home after the first year and told us he was going to win the Centre Futures Award next year. You can’t imagine how excited we were to see him be chosen for the award this year! Thanks for a great camp!”