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American University Men's Soccer
American University Men's Soccer

American Soccer Camp

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Extended Day Camp and Residential Camp?

Residential Campers will reside on the campus of American University in Dorms. Extended Day Campers will arrive each day (other than day 1) after the Residential Campers have had breakfast and depart each evening after completion of the full sided matches.

Does a Camper need to bring money / cash to camp?

It is a good idea for each camper to have some spending money for snacks, beverages, purchases at the American University Book Store, and to buy pizza or snacks in the evening after full sided matches.

May Residential Campers pick a roommate? How many Campers to a room?

Yes, roommate requests need to be submitted in writing via application or email and must be mutual to be honored. Rooms at American University are fit for both two and three people.

May an entire team sign up and train together?

Yes, presuming the team signs up early enough that there is room for all team members. Team interested in attending as a whole, should contact the Camp directly via phone or email. See the “Contact Us” page of this web site for contact information.

What time should I arrive on Day 1? What time will camp conclude on Day 3?

Plan or arriving at the American University Campus between 10:00 a.m. and Noon on the first day. Camp will end around 12:00 p.m. on the last day. Do not plan any return flights earlier than 3:00 p.m.

What meals are furnished?

Residential Campers will be served Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner each day. On Day 1, only dinner will be served and on Day 3, only Breakfast will be served.
Extended Day Campers will be served Lunch and Dinner each day. On Day 1, only dinner will be served and on Day 3 there will be no meals served.

What is the College Recruiting Seminar about?

Each camp will have an evening seminar conducted by current college coaches on the college recruiting process including how coaches recruit, NCAA rules, NCAA Clearinghouse eligibility requirements, what college coaches look for in a potential college player, the importance of high school academic success (GPA, Courses and ACT/SAT Score(s)), timing and other relevant matters. Attendance is voluntary, but highly recommended for any camper who is interested in playing in college at any level.

In addition to the coaches who conduct the camp with there be other counselors?

For every college coach there will at least two current college players as counselors.

What are the evening Full Sided / Full Size Field Matches?

Each evening after dinner, the Camp will hold 11 v 11 matches to be observed by the Camp College Coaches and other College Coaches from the area.