Girls Junior Residential Elite Camp
ABOUT GIRLS JR RESIDENTIAL ELITE CAMPS
Our residential camp is specifically designed to provide a fun and unique experience for the first time overnight camper. This camp offers a focused curriculum of technical and tactical awareness to assist the growing soccer player as they begin playing at the higher level.
Opportunity to interact and receive instruction from all members of the Oregon coaching staff and current players will be available. Campers will also be able to visit and walk through all areas of our beautiful campus including our first class athletic facilities. Camp will include: technical and tactical training, small sided games, and full games. There will also be nightly dorm activates to provide interaction with other campers and counselors.
Specific goalkeeper training will be given during Residential Camp
What To Bring
- Soccer Ball
- Sufficient Athletic Clothing For Camp Activities
- Molded Cleat Soccer Shoes
- Indoor Soccer Shoes→ Optional
- Water Bottle
- Comfortable Walking / Running Shoes
- Rain Gear
- Equipment Bag / Backpack
- Alarm Clock
- Money For Snacks & Souvenirs → Optional
Meals & Lodging
All residential campers and staff are housed in the University of Oregon Dorms and eat in the U of O Dining Halls. Each camper will be assigned a roommate. Roommate requests may be submitted on the application; BOTH roommates MUST request each other to be considered as roommates. Dorm supervision will be done by female adult staff members.
Airport Shuttle Service
Shuttle service available from Eugene Airport. Please call Omni Shuttle at 541-461-7959 to schedule drop off and/or pickup. If your travel plans require you to fly in and out of the Portland Airport, then call City to City Shuttle at 541-758-8001 to book reservations.
For all camps, a staff of full-time trainers will be on duty to treat minor injuries and ailments. For more serious injuries, Sacred Heart Hospital is 2 minutes from campus. Proof of medical insurance is due for registration.
Oregon Soccer Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).