O'Sullivan Soccer Junior Academy
Full Day: $325 | Half Day: $265
Ages: 5-10 | Lunch (Optional): $44/week
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About This Camp
Designed especially for aspiring soccer stars, aged 5-10, this camp teachers younger players the game through tactical and technical soccer drills. Players develop a healthy relationship with exercise and competition, and develop team-building and leadership skills that can be applied throughout the sports world and beyond. The counselors at O'Sullivan Soccer Academy are positive role models who know how to create a healthy balance between learning the game and having fun.
Open to boys and girls ages 5-10.
Sibling Discount: each additional child $15 off.
Optional Friday Fun Day
Friday Fun Day is jam packed with soccer, arts & craft, prizes and water activities.
Friday activities include: the famous cuppies tournament, juggling contest, penalty kick shoot-out as well as World Cup Jersey design, face painting and World Cup Flag design. Friday really does deliver on fun!
We mix all the fun aspects of soccer camp with plenty of opportunities to stay cool with a 45ft slip and slide and swimming pool for the afternoon. Spend more time with friends, the counselors, and round out the camp week on a high with Friday Fun Day!
Monday - Thursday** | July 15-18, 2019
Monday - Thursday** | July 22-25, 2019
Monday - Thursday** | July 29-August 1, 2019
Full Day: Monday - Thursday** | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Half Day: Monday - Thursday** | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm or 12:30 - 3:30 pm
**Option to add Fun-day Friday - $60 (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)
Fiona O’Sullivan. Fiona O'Sullivan has over 15 years coaching at both the competitive and collegiate level. She was a 1st team all-league HS player, receiving a D1 athletic scholarship to attend the University of San Francisco, where she was the team's leading goal scorer in 2007. Fiona went on to play professionally for the Irish National Team, where she has been a permanent fixture in the starting lineup since her debut in the summer of 2009. She has also played for multiple European women’s teams in England, Germany, France, and Sweden.