High School Team Camp | July 7th - 9th
High School Team Camp
The High School Team Camp is an overnight camp designed for competitive high school teams who are looking to improve all aspects of their game. The Purdue coaching staff will work with High School coaches to develop a curriculum to improve technical and tactical awareness, as well as promote team bonding and leadership. We will invite other college coaches who will be assigned to your team in order to maximize development and promote bonding throughout the week. Separate goalkeeper training is offered.
Discounts are not available for this camp.
Please note: UPDATED 2/5/20 We have reached our capacity of eight teams for our 2020 camp. If you would like to be placed on our waitlist, please contact email@example.com.
Does your team have less than 12 players? See “Open Team” description below.
Registration will close two weeks prior to camp. All registrations must be collected at that time.
To register: High School Coaches must register their team before any individual player can do so. Coaches, use the team registration (residential or commuter) to get your team signed up. After you sign up your team, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for your individual players.
After you register: Once you have successfully completed the online registration process, you will receive a confirmation to the email address associated with your account. If you believe your registration was successful, but you have not received a confirmation email, please check your junk or spam filter. If you cannot find the confirmation email, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. An informative email with additional camp information will be sent prior to camp.
Looking to register as an individual or small group (less than 12)? Select “OPEN team” under Residential Player or Commuter player. Groups of any size are welcome!
Check-in will take place at TBD Dorm from 9:00am – 11:00am on the first day of camp. Check-out is from 4:00-5:00 pm on the last day of camp. If you need to arrange difference check-in or check-out times, please email us at email@example.com.
All important information regarding dorms, parking, and schedules will be distributed prior to camp via email. A physical copy will also be provided at check-in.
|Day 1 (Tentative Schedule)|
9:00am - 11:00am
Check-In at Dorm (specific check-in times will be provided)
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Training Session #1
|6:30pm - 10:00pm||Round Robin Tournament|
|Day 2 (Tentative Schedule)|
|8:30am - 12:30pm||Training Session #2|
|11:00am - 1:00pm||Lunch|
|3:00pm - 4:30pm||Leadership Workshop|
|6:30pm - 10:00pm||Training Session #3|
|Day 3 (Tentative Schedule)|
|8:30am - 3:30pm||Round Robin Tournament (Lunch at Field)|
|4:00pm - 5:00pm||Check-Out|
High School Coaches and/or chaperone
Each team is responsible for bringing at least one female chaperone per team. High school coaches and/or chaperones will stay in the dorms & receive all meals free of charge (up to two coaches and/or chaperones per team; additional staff will need to pay for housing and food at $175/pp). If you do not have female chaperone for team, we will provide a student-athlete who will be assigned to your group.
*Want specific topics covered? Email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to camp with your requests. We encourage you to take notes & be as interactive as possible throughout camp.
Transportation between the Boilermaker Soccer Complex and TBD Dorm is provided for all campers. We will have a school bus that will transport campers along with their designated camp counselor and/or High School Coach to the dorms and the fields. Roll call is required before each location.
ALL TRAINING SESSIONS: Boilermaker Soccer Complex (McCormick Rd & Cherry Lane, West Lafayette, IN 47906)
DINING HALL: Earhart Dining Hall: (1275 1st Street, West Lafayette, IN 47906)
IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER: Mollenkopf Athletic Center: (1225 Northwestern Ave., West Lafayette, IN 47906)
Food will be provided either through campus dining or through an outside vendor such as Chipotle Mexican Grill or Puccini’s Italian Restaurant. Pizza orders will be available at night after the last session. Be sure to pack extra snacks and drinks as needed.
Teams will room next to each other in the dorms to promote team bonding. High school coaches are responsible for providing roommate assignments two weeks prior to camp.
What to Bring
- Soccer clothes for 8-9 training sessions
- Extra clothing for relaxing in the dorms
- Cleats and shin guards
- Goalkeeper gloves (if applicable)
- Sun screen and bug spray
- Soccer ball
- Water bottle
- Money for pizza & Purdue bookstore
- Sandals and gym shoes
- Extra snacks and drinks
*Water and Gatorade will be provided throughout camp. Linens including: pillowcase, blanket, bed linens, washcloth, and towel will be provided by the dorms. You are welcome to bring your own linens if you wish.
The commuter fee for our High School Team camp includes all camp sessions, group activities, lunch and dinner. All commuter teams must attend registration on the first day of camp. Commuters should plan to arrive at the Boilermaker Soccer Complex at least 15 minutes before your training group begins.
Individuals and small groups can sign up under “OPEN team” for both residential and commuter options. If you have less than 12 players in your group, please select “Residential Player” or “Commuter Player” and then click “OPEN team” for your registration. Members of Open Teams will be placed with other small training groups (depending on size) to create a competitive and productive training environment.
If you have additional questions, please contact email@example.com