Each 3-day camp is packed with reps and Elite goalkeeper training to improve your goalkeeper's skillsets and knowledge for the game and position.
Training also includes daily on-field classroom training to help the goalkeepers expand their tactical and technical knowledge of the game.
This year we have extended the Goalkeepers training days to include 2 additional hours of training!
-Open to ages U9-U19.
-Small 6:1 Coach to Player ratios.
-GKs are grouped with those with the same skill levels.
-12 hours of Elite Goalkeeper Training
-Film and on-field Tactical talks
9025 Washington Henry Drive
(Turn onto Mann Rd and park in the bus loop)
We will be implementing strict COVID19 precautions. All players and parents will be required to wear masks on field. Players may remove their masks during play only.
Social distancing of a minimum of 6ft is required of all. Hand sanitizing stations will be set-up at each field. All players will be required to complete a COVID Check-In and temperature check.*
Players should bring plenty water, gatorade, and snacks.
Players also need to bring warm weather gear, sunscreen, shin guards, cleats, soccer ball, and goalkeeper gloves.
> Why Only Three Days?
Goalkeeper training and camps are intense. Unlike field player camps, Goalkeeper camps are filled with a lot diving, sometimes contact to contact, and various physically enduring drills. Goalkeepers need more rest and recovery for their bodies after intense training like this. Our camps are fun, filled with great drills, and teaching lessons made for the the beginner goalkeeper on up to high school Elites. We have found that 3-days is the best fit for goalkeeper's recovery and injury prevention for the long-term.
> What is the refund policy?
You have to cancel ten days prior to the start date of camp in order to get a partial refund. RGA will only refund 75 percent of registration fee due to additional merchant and processing fees incurred during refund of payment.
> What if there's inclement weather?
In the event of severe inclement weather such as lightning and/or thunder, we will cease camp operations and contact parents to pick up their children immediately. If inclement causes us to cancel an entire day of training, we will use Thursday as a make up day.
> Should my children bring food or anything else?
All campers are required to bring their own lunch. Lunch will not be provided. We recommend bringing Gatorade and plenty of water as neither will be provided unless they run out and it's an emergency. We recommend bringing sunblock and applied during sessions. Coaches will not be allowed to help.
> Allergies, health concerns, or requests?
If there are any special requests, allergies, or requirements that we need to be aware, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
> What are the COVID guidelines?
We will be implementing strict COVID19 precautions. All players and parents will be required to wear masks on field. Players may remove their masks during play only. Social distancing of a minimum of 6ft is required of all. Hand sanitizing stations will be set-up at each field. All players will be required to complete a COVID Check-In and temperature check.