Boys & Girls Junior academy

  • When: Boys July 12-14, 2019 & Girls July 28-30, 2019

  • Where: Lasell College (8 miles from downtown Boston, MA)

  • Age: Incoming 6th-8th graders

  • Camp Fee: Residential $499 Commuter $375 (8-5pm)

  • Availability: OPEN

The junior academy has the perfect balance of individual player development and game realistic practices.  Designed for soccer players (grades 6-8) this fun-filled environment, offers a great insight into the game with a dedicated and highly decorated staff. Junior academy players will be exposed to segments of both individual play and team games during the 3-days. 

Each training sessions, the players will see an emphasis on footwork with the ball. The second element of training with concentration on technical-tactical, with focus on small-sided games and the manipulation of the ball, team and opponent within a fun environment.  Each day will culminate with games under the direction of the staff.  Appropriate field dimensions and sizes for this age category will be used.

WHAT'S INCLUDED?

Each 3-day residential camp includes:

●  Air-conditioned accommodations, all meals and camp activities
●  Fun and competitive playing & training environment including daily technical training and 7v7 matches
●  Professional staffing including 2 certified athletic trainers on-site
●  Coaching staff comprised of exclusively highly licensed coaches
●  Guaranteed training with three sessions per day
●  A Personalized Player Evaluations completed by the licensed coach
●  7:1 camper to staff ratio and 9:1 camper to coach ratio

COACHING STAFF

ANDY DORMAN

Co-Director of Junior Academy
Former Professional Athlete with Crystal Palace and New England Revolution

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Andy Dorman is a current license holder of the USSF B, UEFA B and is currently completing UEFA A with the Welsh FA.  For the past three years Dorman has worked with the Boston Bolts FC Academy as Head Coach U12's and U14's and is the USSDA curriculum coordinator for the Bolts.

Prior to his role within youth soccer at the Bolts, Dorman had a 15-years professional playing career with Crystal Palace (England), St Mirren (Scotland), New England Revolution (USA).  At the height of his careers, Dorman was capped three times by the full Wales National Team .

Dorman, completed his education at Boston University and went back to his alma mater for 3 years as Director of Operations/Assistant coach. more>>

PAUL REARDEN

Co-Director of Junior Academy
Boys Director of Spirit of Liverpool USA

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Born in Liverpool, England, Paul Rearden holds the NSCAA National license alongside English FA Preliminary license. Rearden has for the past 12-years as the Boys Director of the Spirit of Liverpool USA Premier Soccer Club (Formerly Liverpool FSC) whose teams play in the NEP/NPL in Massachusetts. Alongside the Director’s role he has coached several SLFC teams which have collected MAPLE D1, Region 1 titles and State Final appearances.

Rearden is also the current Head Coach of Woodstock Academy Boys Soccer program in CT. The 2018 season, his second at the school, saw Woodstock collect the D2 Championship and their first ever ECC Conference Championship and saw several of his players move onto the college game, as recruited prospects to both the Division-1 and Division-3 institutions. 

Before moving his family to the US in 2005, Rearden spent almost 20-years coaching youth soccer in the Liverpool area including a full time position at Liverpool Football Club, as a coach with the Professional Footballers Association’s “Football in the Community Program”. more>>

KATIE SCHOEPFER

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Co-Director of Junior Academy
Former Professional Athlete with Sky Blue FC and the Boston Breakers & US National Team member

Katie Schoepfer is currently in her second season with the Crusaders in 2018-2019. She joined Holy Cross after serving as a volunteer assistant coach at Boston University for three years.

Schoepfer helped lead the Terriers to a pair of Patriot League Championships and a runner-up finish during her three seasons with the team. She has also coached with two club programs, serving as the youth head coach with Valeo FC and the U15-U18 head coach with the Boston Breakers Academy. At the high school level, Schoepfer served as a varsity assistant with Buckingham Brown & Nichols and Waterford (Conn.).

At the professional level, Schoepfer played with both Sky Blue FC and the Boston Breakers. She made 100 professional appearances between 2011 and 2016 for Boston, ranking her in the top three all-time in the team’s history. Schoepfer also competed on multiple levels with the United States National Team, playing at the U17, U20 and U23 levels. more>>

Location and Facilities

All activities are held at Lasell College, a private coeducational college located 8 miles from downtown Boston.  Campers are housed in air-conditioned rooms in Rockwell Hall or Forest Hall.  Rockwell Hall is a relatively new dormitory (2007) and Forest Hall was renovated in summer of 2015.  Amenities include a large kitchen, lounge, elevator and air-conditioning. Rockwell Hall overlooks Grellier Stadium, one of the training facilities and Forest Hall is adjacent.  Roommate requests can be made during online registration or by sending an email to contact@csaelite.com.  Sheets and towels are not provided.

All meals are provided by Lasell College's dining services out of the newly renovated Valentine Dining Hall.  Enjoy the beautiful gas fireplace or watch television on one of the flat screens while you feast on a wide range of food choices at the multiple food stations.  The first meal will be dinner on the first day and the last camp meal will be lunch on the last day.  Snacks or late night food may be purchased at the expense of the camper.  It is recommended that campers bring spending money for this purpose ($50 is recommended).

Lasell college offers two NCAA regulation size fields.  Grellier Stadium has artificial turf while Taylor is a natural surface that received a face lift in the summer of 2013, with upgrades done to the drainage, irrigation and re-leveling of the playing field. A certified athletic trainer is available at the field during training sessions and ice water is always available.

Sample Daily Schedule

 This is a sample daily schedule.  Final schedule will provide specific topics for each classroom session and times may differ based on team/field assignments.

  • DAY 1-

    • 8:00-10:00 AM: Registartion

    • 10:00 AM-11:15 AM: Fundamentals/Educational/Technical training stations

    • 11:30 AM: Lunch

    • 12:00 PM: Down time for games, play, relaxation

    • 1:15 PM-2:30 PM: Small-sided games/Strategy/Guided game-situational play approach

    • 4:00-5:30 PM: 7v7 Game play/Futsal/Encouraged learning competitions

    • 5:30 PM: Commuter Pick Up time

    • 6:00 PM: Dinner

    • 7:30 PM: Movie Time/Dodge ball/gym games

    DAY 2-

    • 7:00 AM: Breakfast (Residential)

    • 10:00 AM-11:15 AM: Fundamentals/Educational/Technical training stations

    • 11:30 AM: Lunch

    • 12:00 PM: Down time for games, play, relaxation

    • 1:15 PM-2:30 PM: Small-sided games/Strategy/Guided game-situational play approach

    • 4:00-5:30 PM: 7v7 Game play/Futsal/Encouraged learning competitions

    • 5:30 PM: Commuter Pick Up time

    • 6:00 PM: Dinner

    • 7:30 PM: Movie Time/Dodge ball/gym games

    DAY 3-

    • 7:00 AM: Breakfast (Residential)

    • 10:00 AM-11:15 AM: Fundamentals/Educational/Technical training stations

    • 11:30 AM: Lunch

    • 12:00 PM: Down time for games, play, relaxation

    • 1:15 PM-2:30 PM: Small-sided games/Strategy/Guided game-situational play approach

    • 3:45-5:15 PM: 7v7 Game play/Futsal/Encouraged learning competitions

    • 5:30 PM: Closing remarks Pick Up time

Details

Included with tuition
Registration on the first day will take place between 8-10am. A field session will take place after registration concludes. After the training session, the campers will have the first meal on campus. On the final day of the camp, the camper will have a three training sessions, with the final training session and closing ceremony taking place at 5pm. The campers will receive breakfast and lunch on the final day.

Residential camp - First meal will be lunch on the first day and final meal will also be lunch on the final day. Residential campers will receive breakfast, lunch and dinner on the middle days.

Commuter camp - Commuters will be provided lunch each day.

Check-in and Check-out Times and Locations
Registration will take place on the first day 8-10am. Final day check out will take place at 5:30pm.
Commuter drop off will be at Rockwell Hall at 8am and pick up will take place at 5:30pm prompt each evening at Rockwell Hall.

More Information

 Please email contact@csaelite.com or call us at (774) 293-1276 for more information.

Camp Location

 

Lasell College
1844 Commonwealth Ave
Newton, MA 02466

CONTACT US:
contact@csaelite.com
(774) 293-1276

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