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1) Does my child need cleats and shin guards to play?
Yes. It is for their safety. However, I would recommend that FAQyou not go out and purchase cleats for the camps. The children could get by with sneakers.

2) Do they have to swim after lunch?
No. They have the option to swim or watch a movie during their down time. We have found that many children enjoy a dip in the pool to relax from the morning session.

3) Who are the coaches?
We will have a variety of nationally licensed and trained coaches to current college players . With our younger age groups, we will also have high level high school players who will assist with the instruction of the players. They are under the supervision of the lead instructor and camp director and will follow the appropriate camp curriculum.

4) Can I stay and watch?
Absolutely. If you can get the time off from work, you are welcome to watch, take pictures or video tape your child's participation. We would recommend that you not coach from the sidelines and let the professionals teach.

5) What do they need to bring?
A soccer ball, swimsuit, shin guards, water bottle, lunch and a love for the game. We provide water at the field as well as shade. They will leave at the end of the week with a camp T-shirt, written evaluation of their progress during the week and some things to work on as well as a certificate for their participation.

6) Do you play soccer all day?
No. There is a morning session and afternoon session. In the morning, they learn the skill of the day (each day there is a different theme) and they will scrimmage in the afternoon, after a break for lunch, movie and a dip in the pool if they want.

7) What is a typical day like?
Depends on the shift. Extended hours (8 a.m. -4 p.m.) will have an extra hour before and after the regular session (9 a.m. - 3 p.m.) to either have free play or get personalized one on one training from one of the coaches/counselors.

The typical day will consist of a group warm-up with all campers for 30 minutes. We will then break into groups – based on age/skill levels – and train. The first part is learning the theme of the day (dribbling, passing, receiving, heading/chipping shooting) and then playing games or activities utilizing tthat particular skill. We will break for lunch at 11:30; optional pool at 12:30 and return to the field at 1:30. We end the day with scrimmages.

The tiny tots (9 a.m. -12 p.m.) will follow a similar, but abbreviated daily schedule.

Friday is our World Cup tournament where we break the entire camp up into small teams (5v5) and play during the morning. The coaches will then take on the camp at the end of the day, and the players are given their evaluations and certificates.

Summer’s Here

The Simply Soccer camp recently concluded its 34th year of summer camps in Coral Springs – a record year!

The camps are for boys and girls, ages 5-15, who will be taught a variety of soccer skills from dribbling to shooting. It's the longest-running camp in Coral Springs.

We'd like to thank everyone for trusting us and making it a great summer!

Our next camp is scheduled for the end of December 2021. Should you have any questions, you can contact the gym at 954-345-2200.

This Week In Simply Soccer

Congratulations to "Pink Lightning" for winning the Simply Soccer World Cup tournament for our final week of the summer. We had record numbers and can't thank everyone enough! Good luck in school and stay safe. We hope to see you again!

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2021 Summer Camp week 9 World Cup tournament winners!Pink Lightning small

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Holiday camp 2021:

December 27-31, 2021.

Spring Break camp 2022:

March 21-25, 2022

Summer camp 2022: