Panther Soccer Academy
Boys Elite Soccer Academy
The Panther Elite Soccer Academy is open to all 12-18 year old boys who want to improve their playing ability, knowledge of the game and have a desire to play college soccer. Residential campers will be provided housing within the dorms and meals at the cafeteria. Commuters will be provided with lunch and dinner.
Dates: July 12-15, 2015
Who: Boys ages 12-18
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Price: Before May 1st
Resident (includes housing and meals) $250
Commuter (includes lunch and dinner) $200
After May 1st
Resident (includes housing and meals) $300
Commuter (includes lunch and dinner) $250
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What will you get from our camp?
Personal instruction from collegiate coaches
Stay on campus in the dorms
Opportunity to play in 7vs7 & 11vs11 matches
Interaction with current college players
Train at Greenville College’s Soccer Complex
A 2015 Panther Elite Academy T-Shirt
Registration will take place on Sunday, July 12 from 4:00pm-4:30pm at Upper Union on campus. Registration itself will only take 5 minutes. Campers will then have time to move into the dorm rooms and say good bye to their parents.
All residential campers will be housed in dorm rooms on Greenville College’s campus. Campers will be given a building and dorm room which they will be responsible for.
Campers will be fed at Greenville College’s dining commons. Three meals will be provided on Monday & Tuesday and breakfast will be supplied on Wednesday morning. Pizza will be available to buy after the evening session each day. Commuters will be provided lunch and dinner each day.
What to Bring
Soccer Cleats & Sneakers
A water bottle
Pillow, bed sheets for a single bed
Athletic clothing for training
Cash for pizza/snacks/drinks
Campers will be picked up on campus and driven to the soccer fields in the panther shuttlers. Any camper who drives his own vehicle to campus is prohibited from driving it on or off campus for the duration of the camp.
We will have a short closing program Wednesday at 11:30am at the fields, which parents are encouraged to attend. After closing, parents and campers can go straight to the dorm to pick up their things and go.