Full refund up until 15 days before clinic.
Soccer ball, water bottle, cleats, shin guards, sneakers/indoor shoes in case of inclement weather, shoes for walking around in between sessions.
Yes! Parents are invited to attend all sessions, but are only encouraged to attend the information session, tour, and Q&A. Parents can watch players during the training sessions but are asked to do so from afar.
Yes! After the camp the coaching staff will send over a list of all campers and it will be added to each players admissions file.
The coaching staff must prioritize meeting and evaluating players who are older – but if there is enough space this is a possibility. Please contact Coach Rachael at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No – but all players who attend the camp and feel that Trinity is a good fit are encouraged to reach out to the coaching staff afterwards.
Artificial turf and/or grass
The camp will still happen but the schedule may be reorganized to avoid walking outside during lightning, etc. Training sessions may be moved indoors to a gym floor.
The camp is a great way to be evaluated in a more intimate setting than a big showcase event or a giant camp. Players who come to camp are prioritized in the recruiting process because it shows how much they want Trinity. It’s also an easier way as a coach to evaluate a player because we will play a series of small sided games throughout the day, which allows for players to touch the ball more than they may in a regular 11v11 match. Additionally, coaches are able to talk to players and get a feel for their personality – and players can get a feel for the coaching staff and the current team – to see if it’s a good fit.