Select Summer Camps

2021 EBU SELECT SOCCER CAMP

  • For Select Players – Ages U11 to U15 – Boys and Girls
  • August 9 to August 12
  • 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Camp Cost: $200.00
  • Location – Voigt Soccer Park – 19355 W. Lisbon Rd., Brookfield

The EBU Select Soccer Camp will focus on the skills necessary to be a successful soccer player. Fundamental skills, as well as advanced skills, will be taught in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Players will participate in a wide range of activities, all designed to improve their playing ability. All players will take part in a small-sided “World Cup” competition. Teams will stay together for a week of round-robin play. Results will be recorded each day. A finals competition will be held on Thursday, after which group champions will be recognized at an awards ceremony.

The camp will be staffed by current EBU coaches, area college coaches and former professional players. Come have fun and learn from the top coaches in the area!

What to bring: soccer cleats, shin guards, water bottle and a lunch/snack, Please note that food will not be kept in a common area, you will need to keep food in your soccer bag.

Space is limited and registration will fill up fast!

Questions – contact Joe Luedke at [email protected]

2021 EBU SOCCER IN THE PARK

  • For Players – Ages U11 to U15 – Boys and Girls
  • Tuesday & Thursday Nights from July 6 through August 5
  • 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
  • Camp Cost: $125.00
  • Location – Voigt Soccer Park – 19355 W. Lisbon Rd., Brookfield

Street Soccer Played at Voigt Soccer Park: Some of the best players in the world developed not only their soccer skills but their passion for the game by playing street soccer. Similar to pick-up basketball, street soccer is essential to player development. Rarely do you see kids practicing isolated technical and tactical drills. It is during competitive games where youth players learn from their mistakes, unconscious of the technical, tactical, mental and physical qualities they are developing through the games being played. Playing “street soccer” at Voigt Soccer Park ensures this development.

Objective: To create a FUN non-pressure environment which gives all players an opportunity to develop their technical skills in a small-sided game setting. The idea reinforces the concept that the game is the best teacher.

Soccer in the Park Overview: In the current methodology of soccer coaching in the U.S., many soccer players will not physically “play” unless they are scheduled to practice with their team. US Soccer has found that the main weakness in the teaching of US youth soccer is “over coaching.” This is where the coach is in the session so much that the players very rarely get a chance to play during a training session. Players need an environment in which they can learn through a method of trial and error without the fear of failure. This gives the players a chance to play the game and have FUN.

How it works: Players simply show up ready to play. The coach will facilitate the creation of teams and will only act as a supervisor. A number of games will be played each session and the coach will record each individual player’s wins, losses, and ties. The players with the most number of wins after the last session on August 5 will be recognized with an award.

The camp will be directed by EBU Director of Coaching Joe Luedke and will be staffed by current EBU coaches.  

What to bring: soccer cleats, shin guards and water.

Space is limited and registration will fill up fast!

Questions – contact Joe Luedke at [email protected]

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