Soccer Camp -June 12- 15

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Do you want your children, to grow in the soccer skills? Do you want you children to know how to be strongly competitive but to have fun and be a great sportsman? Join Rachel Burgan (former player for Messiah college), Chris Burgan ( the record for best Goal Keeping at Grove City College), Lindsay Cossell, Elizabeth Forward Soccer coach and other coaches, college players, and adult league players for a great week of soccer camp.

Children in 3rd through 6th grade will improve their skills and team build to become the best they can be. The Christian Center Church is underwriting the program so your cost is minimal!  They believe your child and every child is important!

Here is some of the info you may be looking for…

Christian Center Soccer Camp FAQs

How old does my child have to be?

Your child has to be entering third grade to sixth grade for the 2017-2018 school year.

Is it okay if my child has never played soccer before?

Yes. All levels of experience are welcome.

How do I register for camp?

Online Click here to Register for Soccer Camp

or hard copies of the registration form

How much is camp?

10 dollars per child

How can I pay for camp?

Cash with a note of child’s name (envelope system?)

Check- written out to Christian Center. Memo- soccer camp and child’s name

Why do I need to get money in as soon as possible?

Due to the available coaching staff, we can only take 50 campers. Getting money in ensures your child’s spot

Am I able to get my money back if my child ends up not being able to come at all?


When is camp?

Monday, June 12 to Thursday, June 15 from 6 pm to 8 pm.

When and where is check-in?

Check in is on Monday starting at 5:30.

Where is camp?

The ministry center, the house near the bottom of the hill from the church. Formerly know as the Melenyzer property off of 51S on Ridge Road right past the Get go on the right. If coming from the south take 51N first left past the State Police Barracks in Rostraver Township.

What does my child need for camp?

Soccer cleats or tennis shoes and shin guards are required. A water bottle is strongly recommended. Feel free to bring a soccer ball.

How are children separated into groups?

Children are going to be separated by age/grade.

What will my child be doing during camp?

Camp will consist of teaching the fundamentals of soccer and going over basic foot skills and concepts, and of course, playing games.

Who is the staff?

The staff is made up of past and present high school players and college players.

What happens if my child gets injured?

There will be a certified athletic trainer on site. We also will have access to your contact information as well as a primary physician.

Is there water available?

We will plan to have a couple of large containers of water, but encourage your child to come with a filled water bottle.