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Elite 125 Soccer Camp 1

Athletic Camps on the Brown Bears Campus

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Each camper must be registered separately.

Online registration for this camp closes on June 10, 2014 at 11:59 pm provided the camp has not sold out prior to this date. Registration may be available onsite during the camp check in on a first come first serve basis, a $50.00 onsite registration fee will be applied.

Brown Soccer Camp (Elite 125 Camp): The Elite 125 camp brings together top-level players (rising sophomores to rising seniors) to compete and showcase their skills. The competition will include training and full-sided games over an intense three-day camp. Take advantage of this opportunity to be on an Ivy League Campus and display your talent.

CAMP FORMAT: This is a camp that is highly competitive and involves a lot of match play. Players coming to this camp should be serious about their ambitions to play at the next level and come into the camp is good physical condition. College coaches will coach you and you will have a chance to see what being a college player is all about, so you should expect to be challenged.

STAFF: The camp will be staffed with coaches from some of the top college programs. The 2012 Elite 125 camp had coaches from Brown University, Holy Cross, Babson, Connecticut College, Hobart, Maine Maritime Academy, Manhattanville, and Wesleyan.

EQUIPMENT: Campers must provide their own equipment.

What to bring:

-Firm ground cleats, soft ground cleats, and runners
-Clothes for playing in as well as for down time
-Shin guards
-Water bottle (coolers will be at every field)
-Linens, pillows, blanket
-Fan (NO A/C in dorms)
-Sunblock
-Bug spray
-Alarm clock
-As well as anything else that you feel you will need to perform at your best during the camp

DAILY SCHEDULE
Camp schedule will be provided at check in. Camp will consist of training sessions and full-sided games. Meals are served in a Brown University dining hall prior to each session. All meals are included for both residential and commuter students.

ABOUT THE AREA
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Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed age requirements for each camp.