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SUMMER CAMPS

By Hudson Soccer, 12/27/21, 7:15PM CST

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SUMMER 2022 CAMP OPTIONSĀ - REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 20TH

Western Wisconsin Technical Camp:

Date: June 14th to 16th

Time: 11:30am to 1:00pm

Price: $100

Ages: Boys and girls with birth years 2013 to 2006

Players will learn all things technique in soccer. Emphasis will be on footwork, touch, ball striking, turning, ball mastery and more.  Great opportunity for more one on one training.


Rec Camp:

Date: June 14th to 16th

Time: 11:30am to 1:00pm

Price: $75

Ages: Boys and girls with birth years 2016 to 2014

Fun skill based camp with mini games.


Western Wisconsin Position Specific Camp:

Date: July 12th to 14th

Time: 11:00am to 1:00pm

Price: $100

Ages: Boys and girls with birth years 2013 to 2006

Players will train under the position they register for.

Forwards will work on individual attacking, tips and tricks back to goal, and off ball movement and patterns to goal.

Midfielders will work on passing and receiving in multiple forms, keeping the ball and shape (going forward and backward), and awareness in the attack.

Defenders will work on individual defending, team defending, and shape in dealing with crosses and building out of the back.

Goalies will work on catching and diving, tactical awareness (positioning), and distribution (punting, throwing, and kicking).


Rec Camp:

Date: July 12th to 14th

Time: 11:30am to 1:00pm

Price: $75

Ages: Boys and girls with birth years 2016 to 2014

Fun skill based camp with mini games.


Western Wisconsin College ID Camp:

Date: August 2nd to 4th

Time: 9:30am to 11:30am

Price: $125

Ages: Boys and girls entering grades 9 through 12.

This camp for High School aged players will blend high-level training with extensive match play, creating a great environment for players to be seen by college coaches while sharpening their games for high school tryouts.

Training sessions conducted by club leaders and college coaches designed to improve players’ technical and tactical abilities as well as their fitness.

The opportunity to be observed by first-team staff from area colleges.
Outstanding preparation for high school tryouts.
Training topics include:
Finishing and ball striking
Passing and receiving.
Individual attacking and defending.
Combination play.
Specialized goalkeeper training.
Players will train in 2 sessions each day and play a game to work and be seen by all coaches.

College Coaches TBD.