Summer Camps Offer Something for Everyone
Great options to become a better player available

One of the best times to improve as a player is during the offseason.  As the summer arrives, FC Alliance presents four club-supported options to build your game: Summer Prep Camp, Soccer Pro Series, Brazilian Way Summer School, and the official FC Alliance Preseason Camp.  Each camp is different, but very valuable to players of all levels.  

Summer Prep Camp

Coached by Director Jon Schneider, this camp is open to all players U13-U19.  It is ideal for any player looking to excel at the high school or college level.  Not only is it elite training, the camp offers evaluations, player plans, and college recruitment assistance.  Coach Schneider is one of the region's top player developers at the older ages, as his resume of current and former collegiate players is extraordinary.  

June 9-13 The Field House at Amherst (3:00-5:30PM)


Summer Pro Series

Coached by Directors Darrick Lubell and Filip Leander, this camp is open to all players U7-U14.  It features a host of guest coaches, including ones with high-level playing backgrounds.  Lubell and Leander are responsible for some of the region's most skillful players.  The camp focuses on developing high skill through intense footwork and small-sided games.  The camp ends with a World Cup tournament.  

June 16-20 US Cellular Soccer Complex (9:00AM-12:00PM)

June 23-27 The Field House at Amherst (9:00AM-12:00PM)

July 14-18 US Cellular Soccer Complex (9:00AM-12:00PM)

Brazilian Way Summer School

Coached by Paulo Neto, this camp is an extension of the Brazilian Way Futbol Academy.  Coach Neto's training has been wildly popular with FC Alliance players for years, as his aim is to teach the game through each player's own creativity.  Players will focus on all aspects of the game while developing confidence and passion for the sport.  It is open for players U7-U14.

June 16-19 The Field House at Amherst (9:00-11:30AM U7-U10 / 1:00-3:30PM U11-U14)


Preseason Team Camp

This camp is highly encouraged by the club, as it gives teams and players to receive a major headstart on the fall season.  Teams who participate traditionally perform better, as it is essentially five weeks of training from the curriculum accomplished in five days.  Teams will work with a number of coaches from our excellent staff.  Although training is the emphasis, there will be a lot of games and competitions throughout the week.

July 28-August 1 US Cellular Soccer Complex (9:00-10:30AM U5-U8 / 9:00-12:00PM U9-U12 / 5:00-8:00PM U13-U18)


More detailed information on all four options: http://www.fcallianceknox.org/camps/index_E.html