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If your kids love to play soccer then you will want to check out the #1 Soccer Camp in America the “Challenger International Soccer Camp“. This is such a fun and unique experience. Your kids will learn certain soccer skills from trained international soccer coaches from around the world.
We signed up for the One week Camp at my local parks and recreations. I chose the full day camp that started at 9am and ended at 3pm. When I registered, I received a Free Replica Jersey and Soccer Ball.
Communicating with the coaches was a breeze and if we had any issues or concerns, they were quick to address it. My son attended this camp in 2019 and was cancelled the last 2 years due to Covid. I was happy to hear they would be coming back this year. It is such a great experience for your kids to learn from different people around the world who also love soccer.
Upon completion of the camp you will also recieve a certificate and feedback about your strengths and weaknesses.
I would like to thank Challenger Sports and USFG for this amazing opportunity!
Challenger's International Soccer Camp will offer programs for each age/ability level. The TinyTykes program, ages 2-5, provides fundamental soccer activities, games, and stories; designed to enhance technical skills along with physical and social development.
The Half-Day Camp, ages 5-16, is the most popular program and will provide 3 hours of skill development, games, challenges and competitions each day. The Full-Day Camp, ages 8-18, is a 6 hour program filled with developmental practices, games, competitions and challenges. Campers will also receive free access to Challenger's On Demand virtual library, allowing them to train At Home before, during and after camp!
For the full review visit - https://thecouponingmomsclub.com/2022/08/29/challenger-international-soccer-camp-review-2/