Striker / Goalkeeper Camp
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TONY AMATO SOCCER CAMPS | 2020 Striker/Goalkeeper Camp
The Striker/Goalkeeper Camp is open for boys and girls ages 7-18. This camp is a new, fun camp focusing on the uniqueness of the two positions and offering specialized technical training. UA Head Coach Tony Amato, along with staff, will work closely with anyone interested in scoring goals; developing shooting and finishing technique to become effective goal-scorers. UA Assistant Coach Paul Nagy uses his experience as a former professional goalkeeper to provide premier training to goalkeepers specifically. Goalkeepers will work directly with Coach Paul on shot stopping, breakaways, dealing with crosses, distribution, and communication. Instruction will continue after technical training of the specialized groups with small sided games to execute and practice what they learn.
CAMP LOCATION: The Striker / Goalkeeper Camp is held where the UA Soccer Team plays - Murphey Field at Mulcahy Stadium. It is located at the corner of Plumer Avenue and 15th Street, adjacent to the University of Arizona Drachman Track. Click on the 'Facilities / Directions' tab for more information.
WHAT TO BRING: Just like soccer practice, you’ll need to be prepared. Here are some guidelines for the essentials:
- Shin Guards
- Water Bottle
- Ball - You'll Be Given One, But They Do All Look Alike!
- Completed Medical Release Form
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: All sessions include superior training from members of the UA Staff and current UA players, incredible facilities, a soccer ball, and camp t-shirt. There is a camp store available during down times where money can be placed in a secure camp bank at your discretion.
MEDICAL CARE: The camp will be supervised by a First Aid Responder at all times. The FAR’s role is to facilitate aid for minor injuries; for anything serious a hospital is only blocks away.
NOTE: A completed Medical Waiver must be completed prior to the start of participation.
l Waiver must be completed prior to the start of participation.
QUESTIONS CONTACT: Camp Director Samantha Amato | 520-539-0230 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tony Amato Soccer Camps are not an official function of the University of Arizona.
The Tony Amato Soccer Camps are open to all entrants limited only by number, grade level and/or gender.