Seacoast United's Elite Residential Soccer Camp at Gould Academy is the highest level camp offered by SUSC, tailored to highly motivated players who are ready for an intense training program to prepare for competition at the next level. The daily curriculum will include skills sessions, speed and agility work, small sided play, as well as full sided matches. Sessions will be run by qualified full time, part time and international coaches, sharing their knowledge and passion for the 'beautiful game'.
In addition to fantastic on-field training, players will also enjoy a great time away from the field during their week of camp! Past years have included volleyball games, movies, slip-n-slides, FIFA, board games, swimming, and many other fun activities!
Thanks so much for a great week! Liam came home really excited about his experience and had great reports about all aspects of the camp. We were really pleased with how well organized everything was and the facilities - what an amazing spot for a soccer camp! Thanks for all your hard work getting everything together, and best to you for the fall season! -Laura T.
Girls Week: Sunday-Thursday, July 18th-22nd, 2021
Boys Week: Sunday-Thursday, July 25-29th, 2021
RESIDENTIAL/OVERNIGHT (5 days/4 nights)
$650 per player
COMMUTER/DAY CAMP OPTIONS
$430 Full Day: 9am-5pm
GIRLS WEEK: This camp is currently full for residential spaces. Sign up for our waiting list to be considered if additional spaces open up.
Commuter spaces still available, register today!
Camp Director: Ross Yeoman
Update on COVID-19: Seacoast United will be following the COVID-19 guidance for youth sports camps and residential camps set forth by the state where the program will be taking place. Considering the frequent changes to state guidance regarding the pandemic, determining what restrictions may be in place for Summer 2021 is not possible at this time.
ABOUT GOULD ACADEMY
Gould Academy is a coed independent boarding school located in the White Mountains of western Maine. Its campus offers first class facilities as well as natural grass fields.
Photo courtesy of Gould Academy