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Towson Day Camp

Monday, July 28, 2014 - Friday, August 1, 2014
Dumbarton Middle School 300 Dumbarton Road TowsonMD  21212
Monday, July 28, 2014 - Friday, August 1, 2014
Dumbarton Middle School 300 Dumbarton Road TowsonMD  21212

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Overview 9am - 12pm daily Boys and Girls ages 5-14 years old. $155- Ball and T- shirt included. The goal of the Mark Mettrick Youth Soccer Day Camp is to help youth soccer players learn the game of soccer in a fun-filled environment. The camp recognizes that young players of different ages have very separate demands depending on their age and level of development. The Soccer Camp staff will run game-oriented sessions that incorporate fun and skill development and are designed for specific age groups. Ages 5-8 - Junior Soccer Fundamentals All sessions will be FUN, and each day a specific skill will be emphasized. At the end of the day, 3 vs. 3 and 4 vs. 4 games will be played to encourage multiple touches of the ball in real game situations. Ages 9-14 - Intermediate/Advanced Soccer The development of technical skills is still the primary focus with an introduction of individual and team tactics based on the level of players. At the end of the day, 4 vs. 4 and 7 vs. 7 games will be played to reflect the particular session taught. Special Team Camps Use our camp to prepare your team for the upcoming season. The team camp will run separately from the regular camp and will be designed around the needs of each team. Each team will be guaranteed a licensed coach for the week and will have a specific week-long program that incorporates team tactics as well as individual player development.

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  • Mark Mettrick Professional Soccer Camps Inc

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Dumbarton Middle School 300 Dumbarton Road TowsonMD  21212
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