We consider his/her age, experience and level played. We evaluate players on the first day of camp to ensure that they are in an appropriate group based on ability. We also consider requests to be with friends.
We have a Registered Nurse on site to monitor players as well as several coaches who are qualified with First Aid and CPR training. We promise to act diligently and responsibly to all medical concerns and injuries.
Base the decision on the age of your child at the time of the camp. Flexibility is given to children in the same grade as friends, who they may wish to be with and who can be grouped together even though they are born at different times of the year. Children who are 5 years old or younger cannot register for the full day camp.
You register online through our web site. Click on the SIGN -UP/LOG-IN menu. If you wish to use a registration form to do a manual registration, you can request one by calling the office at 416.425.6062 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not accept verbal registrations. If you are a previous participant, simply log in to your account
All of the facilities we use for summer camp have an indoor building for back up shelter which we use in the event of heavy rain or thunder & lightning. If the rain is light we continue to play.
For heavier rain we take shelter under trees, all summer camp locations are selected because they provide natural tree shelter for sun and rain.
For heavy rain or storm conditions, we move indoors where the coaches will play fun, engaging activities with the players until it is safe to return to the field.
No; while we do satisfy the players desire to play lots of soccer, we also vary the content and activity level at the camp. The program is well designed to ensure that players rest as well as play during skill activities and games. As well we have activities with a soccer theme that are not always soccer games. Players get constant breaks, including morning, lunch and afternoon scheduled stoppages for snack and lunch.