FAQ Camps

Yes.  At registration check-out you can order additional uniform(s), soccer balls and Dutch Soccer School T-shirt(s).

We will hand out uniforms and gear at camp sign-in.  Full day camp sign in takes place the Sunday prior to camp, between 6pm and 6.30pm @ the camp field location.  Overnight camp sign in will take place the first day of camp.

At registration check-out a written personalized comprehensive evaluation report is available to purchase ($24.99). The report will be written by your child’s Dutch coach from the weeks camp. It will be submitted through zoomreports.com. The coach will rate your child technical, tactical, mental and physical abilities and explains how to improve them. In addition the report will include several DSS instructional video’s. You will receive an email with a link to the report within 3 days after camp.

Transfer policy
We can transfer your child into another 2018 Dutch Soccer School Summer camp at no cost:
–  if the transfer request is made at least two weeks prior to start of the camp
–  if we have another 2018 Summer camp available with open spots

Cancellation policy
Your fee will be refunded minus a $15.00 administration fee, if you cancel your enrollment before or on June 1st 2018. No refunds will be available after June 1st.

Purchasing this plan at the time of registration entitles you to a full refund (minus this cancellation plan cost) when Dutch Soccer School receives your email cancellation notice within 24 hours prior to the start of the camp.

In the event of only rain, we play. We ask parents to have their child bring a rain jacket. The only time we stop playing is in the case of extremely inclement weather or thunder and /or lightning. All our locations have a safe shelter nearby. The safety and well-being of the children is our number one priority. If it is raining in the morning please travel to the site unless otherwise directed. We will make every attempt in the very rare event a camp day gets cancelled. In case the program cannot be made up, no refunds or credits are offered.

We ask campers to wear the Dutch Soccer School NIKE uniform (jersey, shorts and socks) each day of camp.

Soccer cleats (or turf shoes) and shin-guards are required for camp participation. Shin guards must be inside of, and fully covered by soccer socks.

Campers also need to bring:
1. Sunblock, without sunblock the chance of getting a sun burn is high;
2. A game or a book for our one hour lunch break;
3. Lunch: Healthy!! (No fast food!)
4. Plenty of cold water! We will have cold water available but we recommend to
bring at least half a gallon with you tocamp.
5. A pumped up proper size soccer ball. Please try to bring a non-sticky ball
because they can make you trip. Bringing a slick ball is very important!

 

We recommend shoes that are already broken in. Don’t buy a new pair of shoes to wear at camp! New shoes or old socks can give you blisters! Protecting your feet’s back heel and wearing two pair of socks can help you avoid getting blisters. In addition we recommend to have shinguards in sleeves, so the shinguard can’t cause rash.

We advise campers to be well rested before camp. Players also need a good breakfast to be well prepared.

Parents, family, friends and coaches are all welcome to watch all training sessions. We ask visitors to be in the designated areas.

Campers are allowed to have a cell phone. Dutch Soccer School cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen cell phones. In case  you need to get in touch with your child, please call the our camp coordinator on site, he/she will always have a cell phone and can assist campers to call home.  We will provide you his/her number at sign in.

We will have first aid available and will call you in case your child is not able to participate.


More questions?  Email us at info@dutchsoccerschool.com or call us at 410-978-8220

 

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