TFCA Camp Program Curriculums are developed based on age-appropriate guidelines and utilize creative, dynamic activities and small sided games to teach.
Camp staff will consist of TFCA Directors and Full-Time Saff. In addition, college and club players and coaches will be on site. Each staff member has a gift and passion to work with the youth player.
Camps are offered throughout the Triangle Area and are in the morning (9:00am-12:00pm). All camps run Monday through Thursday (Fridays for Rain-Dates).
Little Kickers (ages 4-6) - An excellent way for your child to learn soccer through games and activities designed to ensure fun and learning. The curriculum is age appropriate with an emphasis on fun. The session runs from 9:00am-10:00am.
1 v 1 Camp (ages 7-12) - This camp is designed to improve each player’s individual skills while focusing on 1v1 situations. Rich Flaim, TFCA Director of Youth Development, has designed the 1v1 camp curriculum to ensure players will learn up to twenty moves and fakes during the camp. The 1v1 camp will conclude on the final day with a mini-World Cup so the players can show off the skills they learned during the week. If your son or daughter is interested in improving their 1v1 skills while having a lot of fun, this is the camp for them. The session runs from 9:00am-12:00pm.
Shoot and Save Camp (ages 7-12) - This camp is designed for both field players and goalkeepers. Boys and girls that are either looking to improve their shooting and goal scoring or trying to become a better goalkeeper should register for this program.
For the first part of each camp day players will go with their respective groups “Shooters” or “Savers". During that time the players will be trained in the fundamental skills of the position.
“Shooters” will be working on are finishing with the different parts of the foot (inside, outside, in-step), volleys, heading, and bicycle kicks. “Savers” will work on stopping low and high shots, how to use angles, and diving.
The second part of each camp day the groups will combine so that the players will get to use the skills they have practiced against live competition.
Players who would like to be involved in both the “shooting” and the “saving” during the camp will be allowed to do both. The program is offered 9:00am - 12:00pm.
Summer Training Program-the Summer Training Program is designed for players looking to improve their technical and tactical skills over the Summer. This is a six week program that meets twice a week. Mondays are designed to be the technical training day and Thursday is the small sided game day. TFCA Directors have designed the program and will be at the trainings. There are two sessions. Session 1 (5:30-7:00) is for players ages 9-12. Session 2 (7:00-8:30) is for players ages 13-17. All trainings are at the Cedar Fork Park in Morrisville. Space is limited for this program. Because of it's popularity we suggest you sign up right away.
Dates-June 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25 July 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23
Speed and Agility Program (ages 8-18) - The Speed and Agility program is designed and run by trainers from Duke Sports Medicine. The Speed and Agility has been a very popular program for the past few Summers. The program is run by the trainers from Duke Sports Medicine who have designed the trainings specifically for soccer players to improve their speed, cutting ability, acceleration, while also helping to prevent injuries. There are eight training days in four weeks and players can choose to attend as many sessions as desired. Sessions are at Cedar Fork District Park Field #6
Duke Sports Medicine Trainers:
Brett Aefsky PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS is a Physical Therapist and Soccer Outreach Co-Coordinator for Duke Sports Science Institute. He received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Duke University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is a former collegiate soccer player at Rider University, NJ and is a licensed soccer coach who has worked with youth soccer players since 1999.
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Jeanne Graf PT, DPT, SCS, LAT, ATC is a Physical Therapist and Soccer Outreach Co-Coordinator for Duke Sports Medicine. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from East Carolina University and Athletic Training Degree from UNC – CH, where she worked with their men’s varsity soccer team. Jeanne was actively involved in ACL injury prevention research during both her undergraduate and graduate
Dates-June 16, 18, 23, 25 July 2, 7, 9, 16, 20, 23
Winter Youth Development Program (YDP) Camp (ages 7-12) - This camp is designed to improve each player’s foot skills and overall technical ability. This is an 8 week indoor program working with TFCA Directors and high level classic coaches.
2015 CAMP DATES
1v1 and/or Shooting and Saving day camps have been scheduled for all four TFCA locations.
CAM-Davis Drive MS and Cedar Fork Park
DCH-Triangle Day School
Session 1-June 15-18, 1v1 Davis Drive MS, Cary
Session 2-June 15-18, 1v1 Leesville MS, Raleigh
Session 3-June 22-25, 1v1 Cedar Fork Park, Morrisville
Session 4-June 22-25, Shooting and Saving CEDA Complex, Holly Springs
Session 5-June 29-July 2, 1v1 Davis Drive MS, Cary
Session 6-July 6-9, Shooting and Saving Davis Drive MS, Cary
Session 7-July 13-16, Shooting and Saving Triangle Day School, Durham
Session 8-July 13-16, 1v1 CEDA Complex, Holly Springs
Session 9-July 20-23, 1v1 Davis Drive MS, Cary
Session 10-July 20-23, 1v1 Leesville MS, Raleigh
Session 11-July 27-30, 1v1 Triangle Day School, Durham
Session 12-July 27-30, 1v1 Davis Drive MS, Cary
Summer Camp Schedule and Registration Link:
Refund requests for the Camp Program must be submitted in writing to the TFCA Office, prior to the start date of the program. This may be done via email to Cindy Sykes at firstname.lastname@example.org
For requests received prior to the start of the program refunds will be issued minus a $15 administrative fee. Requests received after the program has begun will not be honored.
Please note that, if applicable, any nonrefundable fees that have been paid by TFCA on a player’s behalf will be deducted from the amount of the refund.
Returned checks will be subject to electronic check recovery. There is an additional TFCA charge of $15 for all returned checks.