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Soccer Camps for College Athletes

ABOUT SOCCER MASTERS

College Prospect Camps • World Class Head Coaches • Academic Advisor

Soccer Masters is owned by College Properties Group, national event management, and brand development company.  CPG is rooted deep in sport.  Our management team has over fifty years of collective experience holding senior-level positions at Nike, Inc.  Across all sports, CPG works with World Class coaches representing many of the nation’s finest academic institutions.  Our coaches represent Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, UPenn, Cornell, Columbia, UCLA, Williams, Bowdoin, Amherst, Tufts, Haverford, Swarthmore, Wesleyan, Washington & Lee, Virginia, Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, and others.  

 

We understand the recruiting landscape and provide the student-athlete with extreme value through our Instructional Prospect and Micro-ID Camps.  CPG owns and operates over forty camps across the nation covering lacrosse, soccer, and hockey.

 

CPG created the Intercollegiate Mens Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Game of the Week. This game had attendance in excess of 3,000. The Game of the Week helped generate funds for the college coaches association. The IMLCA provides valuable products and services to its coach members.

  • How are Soccer Masters Camps different from others?
    95% of staff are Head Coaches. Each two-day camp has two sessions. Each session has a maximum of four teams and uses only two fields. Each team will have eighteen field players and two keepers. Every player works directly with every coach across three distinct sessions: Skill Training, 7V7 and 11V11. All teams/players spend 2.5 hours with EVERY coach - Guaranteed! Each camp includes a Q&A between coaches, players and parents. There is also a Q&A with some of the nation’s top DI and III college players. Each camp is a specific keeper coach.
  • Is your staff comprised of Head or Assistant Coaches?
    95%+ of our staff include Head Coaches.
  • Do you provide lodging, meals, and transportation?
    Soccer Masters Camps do not provide lodging, transportation, or meals. Players stay at a local hotel with their parents or legal guardian.
  • What geographic locations are your camps held?
    Soccer Masters Camps are held in Florida in January, May/June in California and June/July in New England.
  • Do the coaches recruit at your camps?
    Coaches are always looking to recruit the best possible student athletes that align with their specific team strategy and vision. Camps are another “touch point” in the recruiting process. Coaches are always recruiting whether they attend a tournament or a camp. A tournament can only provide a coach one aspect of a player’s game. The camp can help a coach define character, skillset across multiple sessions, personality, and other intangibles. A good soccer player alone does not necessarily meet a coach’s needs. There are many good soccer players around the world. Coaches are looking for the “right” players that align with specific team values. High academics are extremely important for the schools involved with our camps.
  • Are the coaches listed on the website guaranteed to work the camp?
    100% yes! There are times when there is a family emergency, canceled flight and other unknowns where a coach may be late or not make the camp. If a coach is listed on the Soccer Masters website, the coach has confirmed his/her attendance in writing.
  • What does my son and/or daughter need to bring to camp?
    We provide a reversible, t-shirt, shorts, and ball. Each player is responsible for all other items including water bottle, cleats, etc.
  • What is your camp schedule?
  • What is the cost of the camp?
    $695 for the two day camp / 2.5 hours with every coach / only 2 fields in use Cost will increase 20% 60 days prior to the camp start date.
  • Do you provide film at your camps?
    Not all Soccer Masters Camps provide film. If film is provided, there will be a fee to purchase the film post-camp. Generally, film will be sent 14 business days after the camp end date.
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