Wisconsin High School prep overnight camp, boys ages 14-18
Caroll University, 100 N. East Ave. Waukesha, WI 53186
Sunday check-in between 1:30 pm and 2:15 pm. Wednesday check-out 8:00 pm. For directions, follow the Dutch Soccer School signs on campus
50% deposit available – remaining balance due June 1st 2017.
Space is limited — Register early!
Enrollment is determined on a first-come, first-served basis.
In order to encourage teammates to share the Dutch Soccer experience together, group discounts are available. Groups of 7 or more campers qualify for a $50.00 per camper discount. The group discount will apply after 7 players of the same group are enrolled in camp.
We offer the same discounts for any additional sibling or an additional 2017 summer camp.
A camper can only qualify for one discount. These discounts don’t apply for commuting campers.
Available at online registration check out
Additional Dutch Soccer School Camp T-shirt
Dutch Soccer School Under Armour Shorts (royal blue or orange)
Dutch Soccer School Under Armour Jersey (white, royal blue, or orange)
Select Real Ball (size 4 or 5)
For Travel Soccer Players
The Dutch Soccer School experience is unique from other overnight camps. We only accept serious players with previous competitive soccer experience. Every year, talented players attend our camps and challenge each other to the limit, growing in skill and experience. A number of our campers have been invited and participated in trials with professional clubs in Holland.
Accommodations at Caroll University
The beautiful campus is located in Waukesha Wisconsin. Less than 20 minutes from Milwaukee, one hour from Madison and 1.5 hours from Chicago.
We permit all overnight campers to choose their roommate or we will assign a roommate for them. Two to three campers will be assigned to each room. Each camper will be provided with three nutritional meals each day. Commuter campers will receive lunch and dinner.
Air-conditioning in all rooms!
We fly in our coaches directly from the Netherlands. They are not merely coaches; they are also teachers and mentors. Many of our coaches have graduated from a four- year CIOS College. At the Central Institution of Sports, coaches not only received their coaching licenses from the global leader in soccer development: KNVB (Royal Dutch Soccer Federation), they also learned how to work with, encourage, and incentivize young athletes. Every camp group will have the same Dutch coach for the entire week. Our coaches will get to know each of the players in their group and will coach them individually, assessing their needs and improving the specific areas best for them.
and Power Shooting
Each morning session will include “Fast Footwork”:
- Ball mastery each morning: back-, side-, feinting- and turn moves
- 1v1 and 2v2 (applying moves)
- small sided games
Each afternoon will include a “Power Shooting Session” (both feet) combined with moves and first touch training.
4 vs. 4 games
In the Dutch soccer vision, the 4 vs. 4 game is the cornerstone. These games provide the foundation for playing attractive soccer. Each player has many touches on the ball, while learning to solve a variety of soccer problems. The 4 vs.4 provides many goals and excitement. Each afternoon we organize a different 4 vs. 4 format. We also keep track of the points of each player. Players will play short games, with and against different players each time.
Unique Camp Competitions
At the Dutch Soccer School our players don’t just train. We also create games out of almost every exercise. Campers can win exciting prices! Beside the Dutch 4 vs. 4 competition with individual winners, we challenge our campers with camp finals in 1 vs. 1, dribbling, penalties, and shooting. Our objective is to improve each player’s technique, insight, mentality and speed of play.
In the Dutch vision of soccer, goalkeepers play a very important role. They are far more than the people who stop the ball and prevent goals. They are integrated into the field and are seen as key players, with skills equal to the 10 field players.
All campers are supervised 24 hours a day by our camp counselors, who stay on site with the players to ensure proper conduct and safety.
Certified Medical Trainer(s)
Our trainer(s) will be available during all camp sessions in case a camper needs physicial treatment for any injury or illness. He/she will have a station at check in to go over each camper’s medical information/records.
Free Dutch Soccer
Every camper will receive two Dutch Soccer School shirts.
Camp Store & Bank
Campers may bring spending money for cold drinks, snacks, etc. A camp bank is provided where parents and campers can deposit funds in the bank at registration and withdraw money as needed. All unused funds are returned in full at the end of camp.
Typical Day Schedule
08.00am – 08.30am Breakfast
08.30am Commuters arrive
08.45am Depart to fields
09.00am – 11.30am Field Session I: Skills training and applying skills. Camp Finals
11.30am – 12.00pm Optional shower and change
12.30pm – 01.15pm Mandatory Rest
01.15pm Depart to fields
01.30pm – 03.15pm Field Session II: Small sided tactical play, 4v4 tournament (on hot days, Indoor Futsal play)
03.15pm – 04.45pm Optional swimming, shower and change
05.00pm – 05.30pm Dinner
06.00pm – 08.00pm Field Session III: 7v7 Tournament
08.00pm Commuters leave
08.00pm – 08.30pm Shower and change
08.30pm – 10.30pm Videos & Games
10.30pm Lights Out
Prepare For Camp
- Proper size ball
- Cleats/turf shoes
- Shin guards
- Flat shoes (indoor training will be on a basketball court)
- 5 pair of soccer shorts
- 10 pair of soccer socks
- Rain jacket and/or warm up gear
- Soccer bag
- Swim attire
- Bug Spray
- Soap, shampoo
- Pillow and pillow case
- Sheets (twin size)
- Alarm clock
- Laundry detergent
- Notebook and pen
- Spending money (between $15 and $50)
- Water bottle (water will be available on the fields)
- Optional cell phone. Dutch Soccer School cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen cell phones.
We expect all our campers to wear their camp shirt with soccer shorts every session of camp. Soccer cleats/turf shoes and shin-guards are required for camp participation. Shin guards must be inside of, and fully covered by soccer socks. We recommend to bring soccer cleats that are already broken in. Don’t buy a new pair of shoes to wear at camp, unless you had enough time to break them in.
New shoes or old socks can give you blisters! Protecting your foot’s back heel and wearing two pair of socks can help you avoid getting blisters.
We advise campers to be well rested before camp. We do strongly advise all participants to be physically prepared. Our camp is a highly demanding soccer experience! Commuters also need a good breakfast to be well prepared.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What happens in case of inclement weather during camp?
A: In case of rain, we will still train. In case of heavy rain or thunder or lightning, we will train indoors.
Q: How can I get in touch with my child during camp?
A: Campers are allowed to have a cell phone. Dutch Soccer School cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen cell phones. In case of an emergency, please call 410-978-8220. Our camp administrator will always have a cell phone and can assist campers to call home
Q: What will you do if my child has an injury?
A: In the case of a serious injury that can’t be treated by our trainer, campers may be (will be) taken to a local medical facility if ambulatory. In the case of an emergency, it is our policy to call 911.
Q: Are parents allowed to watch?
A: Parents, family, friends and coaches are all welcome to watch all training sessions. We ask visitors to check in with a Dutch Soccer School staff member upon arrival.
Q: When is my final payment due?
A: A 50% deposit is due with your online registration submitted before June 1st, with the final payment due on June 1st. Registrations after June 1st must be completed with a full payment.
Q: What is your overnight camp cancellation policy ?
A: If you cancel your enrollment before June 1st 2017, your fee will be refunded minus a $15 administrative fee. If cancellation occurs with less notice, a refund will be made for an immediate family emergency or for medical reasons only. A note from a physician is required.
Refunds for injury, sickness or immediate family emergency during camp will be pro-rated (minus board and room costs charged by the facility).
We will refund your full tuition in the unlikely event Dutch Soccer School cancels your residential camp.
Any request for a medical or emergency based refund must be made within two weeks after camp.
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