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SUMMER CAMP AT STAR HILL

Coerver CT East teams with STAR HILL ATHLETIC CENTER to host a summer camp at STAR HILL, TOLLAND, CT.  

OPEN TO ALL BOYS AND GIRLS 7 - 14 YRS OLD

OPTION 1 - AM 1/2 DAY           9:00AM - 12:00 PM    FEE : $ 145.00                           
OPTION 2 - PM 1/2  DAY            1:00 PM - 4:00 PM     FEE : $ 145.00
OPTION 3 - BOTH PROGRAMS    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00PM - 4:00PM  $245.00
SUBWAY LUNCH OPTION $ 10 ( 6" SUB, CHIPS , FRUIT, WATER)

 REGISTER EARLY SAVE $5.00
                    
EARLY DROP AND LATE PICK UP OPTIONS

COERVER SUMMER CAMP AT STAR HILL

Registration Dates: 04/05/2018 to 07/09/2018
Start and End Dates: 07/09/2018 to 07/13/2018
$50.00

COERVER SUMMER CAMP AT STAR HILL 9 - 12 PM

Registration Dates: 03/22/2018 to 07/09/2018
Start and End Dates: 07/09/2018 to 07/13/2018
$145.00

COERVER SUMMER CAMP AT STAR HILL 1 - 4 PM

Registration Dates: 03/22/2018 to 07/09/2018
Start and End Dates: 07/09/2018 to 07/13/2018
$145.00

COERVER SUMMER CAMP AT STAR HILL FULL DAY 9 - 4 PM

Registration Dates: 03/22/2018 to 07/09/2018
Start and End Dates: 07/09/2018 to 07/13/2018
$245.00

APPRENTICE PROGRAM

Registration Dates: 04/30/2018 to 07/09/2018
Start and End Dates: 07/09/2018 to 07/13/2018
$0.00

Content

Ball Mastery Camps


Ball Mastery camps are for campers who have not been to our camps previously. Emphasis is placed on individual skill development and basic moves with the goal of developing confidence on the ball. Beginning “move sets” are taught and games are played to practice the moves in a method that starts with no pressure and slowly adds the pressure of time and/or space restrictions. Then passive defensive pressure is added and by the end of the first morning, players are performing moves under full defensive pressure to goal. First touch is a major theme in Ball Mastery sessions.

After lunch all Ball Mastery groups receive training in a topic of the day that is geared toward their group’s specific level of play. Topics range from skills such as juggling, shooting, volleying and individual defending to more advanced topics such as small group defending and combination play. After the topic of the day all groups play in our “World Cup” competition with teams they stay with throughout the week. This is a round robin competition of small-sided games. They rules and restrictions of the games change depending on the topics emphasized that day. Results are recorded each day and a finals competition is held on Friday. Group champions are recognized at our award ceremony on Friday afternoon.

At all levels, games are played to encourage the use of the specific skills being taught that day. Nearly three decades of cooperative curriculum development affords us a finely tuned method for getting the skills incorporated into the competitive environment as quickly as possible while building confidence along the way. The difficulty of the moves we teach and the intensity of the competition increases at each level.

Advanced Camps


The Advanced camps are available to players over 10 who have been to the camps previously or who have experience playing select soccer. The Advanced level teaches more complicated moves and swiftly puts players into competitive environments with an emphasis on 1v1 and 2v2 play in the morning. Small group tactics are also taught and small-sided games are played featuring fast break attack and counter attack. The importance of fast transition play is stressed and players are encouraged to play creatively and freely and to use their new skills in games. Players are also put in many situations requiring decision-making as that is a key ingredient to advanced play.

Advanced campers compete in the adidas 5-3-1 competition, each day where they are put in a series of competitive team environments and their scores are calculated each day. The teams and challenges change every day and each player’s scores are compiled throughout the week. The winner of the week long competition is recognized at our awards ceremony on Friday.

At all levels, games are played to encourage the use of the specific skills being taught that day. Nearly three decades of cooperative curriculum development affords us a finely tuned method for getting the skills incorporated into the competitive environment as quickly as possible while building confidence along the way. The difficulty of the moves we teach and the intensity of the competition increases at each level.

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