Camps / Clinics

Experience The Curriculum

Camps / Clinics

The staff at camp is made up of current full-time coaches, former players, and coaches in training. Campers take part in daily activities that replicate SABA team practice sessions.

COMMUNITY AWARENESS

SABA has been a part of the community for over 17 years.

HOW ARE PLAYERS GROUPED?

 Players can be grouped by:

  • Age groups
  • Boys groups
  • Girls groups
  • Co-ed by level and experience

 Camp numbers and philosophy determines how players will be grouped.

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SUMMER DAILY SCHEDULE

8:45am

Player arrival and check in

9:00am – 10:00am

Coordination

Skills warm-up and fast footwork

Turns

10:00am – 10:40am

1st touch, passing, receiving

Game Awareness

10:40am – 11:00am

Snack Break

11:00 am – 12:00

Attacking and Finishing

12:-00pm – 1:00pm

Lunch/Rest

1:00pm – 2:00pm

SABA scramble tournament and small sided matches

2pm

Dismissal

Player awards on last day of camp.   

WHAT TO BRING

  • Snack and Lunch
  • Water/Gatorade
  • Shin-guards and ball
  • soccer specific shoes; flats / turfs / cleats
  • Sunscreen

PRESEASON CAMP

 Preseason camp prepares players for the upcoming season. Camp runs during a week in August and the schedule differs from the regular summer camp schedule. Dates, times, and location, are communicated to team members months in advance.

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WEATHER

Weather advisory is sent via email to all pre-registered parents. Weather alerts are also posted on the website. Camp is on unless it’s raining hard or there is thunder and lightning.

In case of thunder/lightning, the players are immediately taken to the Red Hook Rec Center. If camp location is at a different field, parents will be notified of the location.

 Shade breaks are frequent and sun exposure is monitored. Players are reminded to apply and reapply sunscreen throughout the day.

Communication During Camp Hours

During camp hours, if you need to reach the coaching staff, a text might work best. We may not be able to pick up calls while running sessions or if we are organizing contingency plans when weather issues arise.