Red Bulls Overnight (Pottersville)
Camp at a Glance
The soccer skills camp focuses on the introduction and mastery of skill in a fun learning environment. This is achieved through maximum ball contacts, expert coaching, and daily homework assignments. Through our camp structure and connection to the professional game, an environment is created that keeps players invested in their own development long after the camp concludes.
Each day focuses on a different topic, players are assigned to a group based on age and ability levels. Camps typically run for three or six hours per day over a five day period. All campers receive the following benefits:
- Adidas ball and T-shirt
- Certificate signed by Red Bulls team
- One complimentary ticket to a New York Red Bulls regular season home match.
During the first four days of camp players will extensively cover new technical skills, the goal of each topic is to introduce, refine, and master the skill.On the final day of camp players will participate in Skills Challenges, to help gauge development, as well as an end of camp tournament.
|Day||Topics||Focus of the Topic|
|Monday||Dribbling||Deceptive moves and feints to beat an opponent|
|Tuesday||Turns||Changes in direction to beat a player or create space|
|Wednesday||Passing and Receiving||Improve passing range and accuracy, and first touch to maintain possession of the ball|
|Thursday||Shooting||Striking techniques to score goals|
|Friday||Tournament Day||End of camp tournament|
- July 11-15
- July 18-22
- Aug. 22-26
Note: A sibling discount is offered on this program. A 10% discount will be deducted from each sibling registered after the first sibling. All siblings must be registered for the same program, have the same last name and must be registered during the same transaction in order to receive the discount.
Not provided; bring your own lunch. Nut-free items only, please.
- New York Red Bull soccer camps are the only camps throughout New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania that are operated directly by a professional soccer team. All Residential Camp programs have been specifically designed by professional soccer experts to meet the needs of youth soccer players who attend these camps. Additionally, each camp meets local Department of Health Standards.
What to Pack
- Soccer shin pads
- Soccer footwear
- Soccer clothing
- Water bottle or cooler
- A light snack (For full day camps, a packed lunch)
- Insect repellent
What NOT to pack:
Anything of value should be left at home in order to ensure the safety of your child’s belongings. Any type of hand held computer game should not be brought to camp as the number one focus is always on soccer!–>