Bronco Soccer to Host Camps
May 22, 2018

Summer Camp Information 

BOISE, Idaho –
The Boise State soccer team will host multiple camps this summer at the Boas Soccer Complex during the months of June and July for boys and girls of varying ages. See below for details on all three camps: Soccer Summer Camp, Elite ID Camp and Finishing and Goalkeeper Academy 2.

To register for any of the three camps, click HERE.

Soccer Summer Camp
The first camp installment – Soccer Summer Camp – will have three different sessions over the course of June and July. Session I will take place from June 11-14, session II from June 18-21 and session III from July 9-12. The camp is open for boys and girls from ages 5-13.

Campers will have the opportunity to learn fundamental skills in a fun environment from the Bronco coaching staff along with current and former Boise State players.

There are half or full day options available for the Soccer Summer Camp, with morning half days (9 – 11:30 a.m.) available for $175 and full days ( 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.) available for $275.

Elite ID Camp
The Residential ID Camp will take place from July 5-8 for girls of all abilities, ranging from the eighth grade to current collegiate athletes.

Technical and tactical sessions will be designed to highlight the intensity of collegiate practices. Each day will involve opportunities for players to showcase their abilities in a variety of match scenarios. All sessions will be run by the Boise State coaching staff.

Commuter campers can attend for $475 and residential campers can attend for $575.


Finishing and Goalkeeper Academy 2
The Finishing and Goalkeeper Academy 2 will run over the course of six days: July 9, 11, 13, 16, 18 and 20. The camp is available for boys and girls from ages 10-18.

Campers will have the opportunity to refine their skills before upcoming fall leagues and high school seasons with high-level instruction from the Bronco coaching staff.

Field players participating in the finishing program will be exposed to a high repetition, instant feedback environment with a heavy focus on crossing and finishing. From curling and standing up crosses to diving headers and overhead volleys, players will receive insight into the intricacies of scoring at the highest level.

The goalkeeper program will run in line with the field players, technically focusing on dealing with crosses from back to bar to claiming and counter outlets. Techniques will be progressed to live action and game-like scenarios to perfect the skills.


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