Fun Soccer Camp For Kids

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I sent Jacob off to school in shorts today so I guess it’s time to start thinking about our summer plans. Normally I am so on top of things but this year, not so much. One thing I know for sure though is that soccer camp is on the list because it’s already blocked out on the calendar. Jacob plays league soccer every winter and spring and, for the past few summers, has also participated in a week long soccer camp called British Soccer Camp. This camp week is always one of his favorite weeks of the summer and something he is looking forward to participating in again this year. He has enjoyed making new friends and playing this sport that he loves while I’ve noticed his skills develop a lot these last three years and I attribute much of that growth to these week long, half-day intensive camps.

British Soccer Camps are the most popular soccer camp in the US. With an innovative curriculum that develops skills, speed and confidence in players ages 3-18, The British Soccer Camp provide boys and girls with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international expert’s right in the heart of their own community. In addition to teaching new skills and improving game performance, each British Soccer Camp provides lessons in character development, cultural education and is the most fun your child can have learning the sport they love!


British Soccer Camps have programs for all ages and abilities and feature an innovative curriculum full of skills, drills, and thrills! Register now and you will not only get your free British Soccer game jersey (value $34.95) shipped to you for free immediately, but you will also get their brand new skill development App and 20 videos to help your child practice at home. Your soccer ball, T-shirt & poster will be given out at camp. USE CODE BSC18 at check out to get free shipping.

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Has your child participated in a sports camp before? If so, what was their favorite part?


  1. This is really a great idea for vacation. I too send my kids for similar camps as they learn many new things

  2. I feel if a child is truly invested in making soccer their sport of choice, then it would be beneficial for them to attend a soccer camp. So many fundamentals mixed with fun activities.

  3. I think if a child is interested in attending a soccer camp, we should encourage them to go. It could help better his or her skills and also teach them to be a team player.

  4. Reesa Lewandowski says

    I have heard of this before from soccer fans! Sounds like it is a great camp!

  5. oh my goodness! How FUN! Sounds like the perfect camp for active kids!

  6. I can see this being super rewarding. The skills the kids learn at camp are going to help a ton and they’ll have lots of fun there too.

  7. We are all about soccer in our household. When my son’s old enough, if he likes soccer we would definitely consider soccer summer camp.

  8. That’s great and it really does teach team work. The skills the kids learn at camp are going to help so much!

  9. My daughter would have just loved this when she was little. It’s a great way to keep kids active and having fun during the summer. And help avoid the dreaded “I’m bored”!

  10. Neither of my children have participated in a sports camp before. Soccer camp sure does sound like a lot of fun.

  11. I am looking for summer camps right now and my son might love soccer! Cool idea, going to check into it!

  12. Great for both fitness and education. It keeps them active and healthy and teaches them teamwork. My daughter never wanted to attend uggh.

  13. What a great story on the benefits of soccer sports camps for kids. I’ve been reading your biog for years and have really enjoyed watching your adorable son grow up on your blog.

  14. This looks like a great camp. I have never heard of them before, but will be checking them out.

  15. Allison Cooper says

    This sounds like SO much fun! I love sending my son to camp during school breaks, we just finished swim camp and it was a great experience. I always say YES to camp!

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