Alexandria Soccer

July-August Summer Camps open for registration!

Full day and evening camps during the summer months specialized for recreational and advanced players

ASA Summer Camps Overview

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ASA offers professional training in the form of week-long day and evening camps. ASA summer camps offer a fun, yet challenging environment where youth can play in a relaxed atmosphere while strengthening their physical, mental, and technical skills. We have expanded our camp offerings this summer to include both day camps and advanced day camp options. 

Led by licensed ASA staff coaches, the camp series also provides an invaluable opportunity for players to be evaluated by an excellent team of highly qualified coaches. 

*Advanced camps are for players in travel programs or have been cleared by the ASA technical staff to enroll. 

  • Day Camps are from 9:00am - 3:30pm
  • Half-Day Camps are from 9:00am - 12:00pm
  • Evening Camps are from 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Advanced Day Camp

July 13 - 17 (for ages 8-12)
Location: Ft. Ward (subject to change)

Day Camp

July 20 - 24 (for ages 5-12)
Location: Ft. Ward (subject to change)

July 27 - 31 (for ages 5-12)
Location: Ft. Ward (subject to change)

August 3 - 7 (for ages 5-12)
Location: Ft. Ward (subject to change)

Advanced Evening Camps

August 10 - 13 (for ages 8-19) - Strikers Camp

Location: Simpson & Witter (subject to change)
Two locations will be used to separate U9-U12 and U13 & older

Camp Focus: Finishing requires confidence. This camp will provide players with numerous opportunities to finish on goal in a variety of ways and game like situations. Players will be shown a number of classic finishing styles but also have the chance to improvise as necessary to create goal scoring opportunities.

August 17 - 20 (for ages 8-19) - Technical Camp

Location: Simpson & Witter (subject to change)
Two locations will be used to separate U9-U12 and U13 & older

Camp Focus: Developing the individual player in the small-sided format (1v1, 2v1, 2v2, 3v2, 3v3, 4v3, 4v4). Players will not only learn how to beat players off the dribble and pass but where and when on the field is most appropriate within the club curriculum and philosophy of play. Through repetition and rehearsal players will build the confidence and understanding to recognize when a 1v1 situation is good for the player and good for the team.

For camp questions please contact Jim Hogan (Director of Recreation & Camps) or 703-684-5425

*Scholarships are confidential and available to those who qualify with the ACPS Free Lunch letter

Questions? Contact the ASA office by email or call (703) 684-5425

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