2020 Camp Dates
July 17 – 19
Ages: 9 – 17
Location: Rollins College | Orlando, Florida
Camp limited to 75 participants
Champions Soccer Academy at Rollins College
The Champions Soccer Academy is an all-girls soccer camp held at Rollins College in Orlando, Florida. The Champions Soccer Academy is designed for advanced field players and goalkeepers. This camp emphasizes whole player development, and offers both on-field and off-field learning opportunities. We create an environment where identification and learning merge. Elite players focus on advanced topics and preparing for the challenges of playing women’s college soccer. Our success is built on the 3-tier philosophy of player development: technical, tactical, and competition. During this residential or commuter camp, players develop leadership & self-development skills while building technical soccer skills, tactical awareness, and match understanding; all while being exposed to elite college coaches from UCLA and Rollins College. This camp is ideal for any player interested in competing at the next level. Camp is open to girls between the ages of 9 and 17.
The Champions Soccer Academy Features:
Top college coaches from UCLA & Rollins College
Advanced technical skill development sessions
Tactical and match awareness development through on-field and off-field sessions
Stay in the Rollins College Dorms
Player development sessions on recruiting, training, and fitness
Personal Attention and Small Team Sizes – Camp is limited to 75 registrants
What to expect
The Champions Soccer Academy combines high level training for elite players with a showcase opportunity for players interested in completing at the collegiate level. Players interact with college coaches during each training and match play session. Players should expect to participate in high level technical and tactical training sessions appropriate for those who are serious about advancing their game.
Players will spend several hours on the field each day – challenging themselves against other top level players and learning from top coaches. You should expect to train hard each day, and have fun in the process.
Off-field time is filled with additional development opportunities; including film match analysis, recruiting discussions, and sessions intended to develop the best possible player and person.
We strive to help each camper reach her own personal next level as a soccer player and individual. Campers are evaluated and assessed by multiple coaches throughout the week. Players will be provided with a comprehensive player evaluation on the last day of camp.
The Champions Soccer Academy is led by UCLA Women’s Head Coach Amanda Cromwell and Rollins College Women’s Soccer Head Coach Alicia Schuck. Prior to leading the UCLA Bruins to a national championship, Coach Cromwell coached at the University of Central Florida. Coach Cromwell and Coach Schuck lead all sessions during the Champions Soccer Academy Camp and are assisted by college-level coaches – ensuring a high-quality camp experience with personal coaching from top coaches.