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Butler Youth Soccer Camps
Butler Youth Soccer Camps

Butler Youth Soccer Camps

2017 Summer Day Camps

Camp Info
All camps are run by Paul Snape, Butler University Head Men’s Soccer Coach, and his staff.
  • 2016 Big East Conference Champions
  • 2016 Great Lakes Regional Coaching Staff of the Year.

Butler Youth Soccer Camp Philosophy

  • Develop ball mastery
  • Teach players how to dominate 1v1
  • Develop creative and confident players
  • Inspire players to succeed
  • Encourage FUN & ENJOYMENT

The training (Meulensteen Method Philosophy) is based on developing a player’s technical skill through ball mastery, 1v1 moves, and passing and receiving exercises. We also focus on improving a player’s decision making within small-sided group play. We want to develop confident, creative and skillful players.

The ultimate objective of the camp is to create a fun, safe, yet challenging environment that inspires all the players to want to become better soccer players and teammates.

During Day Camp 1 & 2, we will be hosting the Regional US Technical Championship Challenge (UTSC).

The Butler Youth Soccer Camps’ Coaching staff is made up of highly respected and qualified college coaches, club coaches, high school coaches as well as some of Butler’s current varsity players. The coaches are known for the quality of their teaching, enthusiasm & passion for the game. All activities are carefully supervised.
Tentative Camp Schedule
Monday - Thursday
8:30am - 9:00am  
Campers Arrive
9:00am - 9:30am  
Technical Warm Up, Speed & Agility
9:30am - 10:30am  
Training Session Topics
10:30am - 11:00am   Finishing/Attacking Topics
11:00am - 11:50am   7 v 7 Games in Age Groups
*On Tuesday and Thursday the Elite & Full Day Campers will go to the Pool between 11:30am - 12:30pm.
(not mandatory - for those who do not want to swim, they can stay at the fields & REST)
12:00pm   Half Day Campers Leave
11:50am - 12:45pm  
LUNCH for everyone else
12:45pm - 1:30pm   Competitive Group Skills Challenges
(Medals will be given out to Winners!)
1:30pm - 3:00pm   Full Day & Elite 4 v 4 Tournament
Friday
8:45am - 9:00am   Campers Arrive
9:00am - 10:00am   Technical & Group Skills Challenges
9:30am - 10:15am
  PK Contest Skill Challenge
10:30am - 11:40am
  4 v 4 Tournament Finals...
11:45am - 12:00pm   Closing Ceremony (Awards given out)
Camp Details
Day Camp: Ages 6-14 - Open To Boys & Girls
Cost Prior To March 1st | Elite Camper: $245
Cost After To March 1st | Elite Camper: $260
Cost Prior To March 1st | Full Day Camper: $245
Cost After March 1st | Full Day Camper: $260
Cost Prior To March 1st | Half Day Camper: $140
Cost After March 1st | Half Day Camper: $150
Location: Butler Varsity Grass Fields Complex
5100 N. Lester St. Indianapolis, IN 46208
Spots Still Remain - To Register Email
Adam Bruh (
abruh@butler.edu)
Day Camp 1
June 5th - 9th
Day Camp 2
June 26th - 30th
Download Mail-In Registration
Elite Camper is a player who has had previous competitive youth club playing experience and who wishes to train in a more competitive environment; focusing on more specific technical and tactical topics.
Full Day Camper is a player who either has a recreationally background or a youth club background but wants to practice and compete in a less competitive environment. The full day campers will still be exposed to many of the same technical exercises as the elite camper. They will also participate in a lot of fun and challenging small games activities.
Food:
Campers can bring their own food to camp. There will be snacks to purchase at camp.

Medical:
Certified Athletic Trainers are on duty at all times to handle any medical needs. Include any necessary medical information in the specified field when registering online. (**For those who mail in registration, you can find the medical release form in the “Forms” tab on the main page of the website.)

T-Shirt:
Each player will receive 2 Butler Soccer Camp T-Shirts at the start of camp.

Balls:
Players will need to bring their own balls. There will be balls available to purchase at the camp.