GCYS Summer Soccer Skills Camp 2020
Good afternoon Galveston County Soccer families, as you all may know, our governor opened Texas for youth sports as of June 1. Many youth sports leagues have started up, and so in July we are going to move forward with our summer soccer camp as well.
Galveston County Soccer Camp is scheduled on the weeks of July 13-16 and July 20-23. Sessions are Monday through Thursday, with Friday as a rainout day if we need it. Camp will be in the evenings from 6-8pm at our Fatima fields in Texas City. The cost of summer camp will be $100 and this will cover BOTH weeks of camp!
Camp will be run by professional trainers. Players will be grouped by age and skill. We will work on technical skill development, situational game tactics, and of course we will have lots of fun! You will also get a jump start on the fall soccer season. So get registered for camp by clicking on the link below, and come on out for FUN and soccer!!
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NOTES FROM SOUTH TEXAS YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION
NEW Age Eligibility Chart - CLICK HERE
Player Development Initiative FAQ - CLICK HERE
Developing Players to the Best of Their Ability - CLICK HERE
STYSA Bans Heading at Younger Ages - Click Here to read the latest on the STYSA website AND Click Here to read a note from the BAYSA President
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