YOUTH ADVANCED CAMP
Residential or Commuter Options Available
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Competitive and Academy/Pre-Competitive Players
The College Training Center Youth Advanced Camp is a unique concept where the kids will work directly with The University of Tulsa coaches and players as well as other college coaches. We will train kids using the same methodology we have used to make The University of Tulsa one of the top programs in the country. My goal for this three-day camp is to give campers a similar experience as our current players and learn some of the skills and traits needed at the college level. We want to motivate and inspire kids to pursue college soccer. This training center is for competitive youth boys.
For 8 or more players, call for a team discount: Brady Moody at 918-650-6677.
Registration will be Friday from 1-3 and pick up will be Sunday at noon.
Customers may pay in full when registering OR pay only the $250 deposit (non-refundable within 30 days of camp start date). Deposits are accepted up until July 1st. After that payment in full is required. Customers who pay only the deposit will be billed the balance, split over the remaining available payment dates of May 1st, June 1st, and July 1st. However, customers may log in to their online account and pay the balance at any time. Any remaining balance will be automatically charged to their credit card used for the payment plan on Friday before the camp starts.
If you need transportation to/from the Tulsa airport, please complete this form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 days before your arrival. SOMEONE FROM MAC’S NATIONAL SOCCER SCHOOL WILL CONTACT YOU AND/OR YOUR PARENTS BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE.
If you do not receive a call, please call 918-650-6677.
“At the top level of college soccer, it is the technical speed and mental speed that separates the great player. Teaching our youth about the technical components of the game and the proper decisions in each moment, puts them in the best position to succeed at the college level” -- Tom McIntosh