Soccer Camp Details

Western Connecticut State University – Westside Campus
43 Lake Avenue Ext & University Blvd.
Danbury, CT 06810
www.wcsu.edu/campustour/westside

The No1 Soccer Camps was founded in Connecticut and is proud to call Connecticut home for the past 38 years.  During this time the No1 Soccer Camps has made a significant and indelible mark on the Connecticut soccer community. In 2014 The No1 Soccer Camps will be held on the beautiful Westside campus of Western Connecticut State University (WCSC). Western Connecticut State University is located in Danbury at the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains on the western border of Connecticut, 65 miles north of Manhattan and 50 miles southwest of Hartford. The campus is easily accessible from West Chester, White Plains, Newburgh, Poughkepsie, New York, Springfield and Greater New England. WCSU's rural 315 acre Westside Campus boasts spacious grass fields, a turf field stadium and an indoor Olympic size swimming pool.

No 1. Soccer Camps at Western Connecticut State College is under the direction of Regional Director Greg Andrulis, former head coach of the Columbus Crew, MLS Coach of the Year and current Head Coach at George Mason University. This past season he led George Mason  to a final national ranking of 15th in the country, Conference Championship and into the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Coach Andrulis has been a member of the No. 1 Soccer Camps for over 37 years. In his coaching career he has had the opportunity to work with and coach some of the finest players of all levels including members of our National Team's international greats, as well as MLS All-Stars and numerous Collegiate All Americans.

The modern air-conditioned dormitories are suite style each with a private bathroom. This allows for many new friendships to be formed or for a group of friends to come together. Roommate request are honored when possible. The No1 Soccer Camps staff coaches are strategically placed throughout the dormitory to assist our campers and to provide for a safe and welcoming environment.

The food at Western Connecticut is outstanding, the cafeteria is centrally located and an easy walk between the dorms, fields and pool, and offers an all you can eat buffet style of hot food, as well as, a sandwich and salad bar. An evening snack bar is also available where you can order pizza or purchase snacks and drinks.

WCSU is one of several campsites that offer No.1’s acclaimed College Prep extended program for high school players in addition to its traditional programming of top level goalkeeping and field player (attacking and defending) training in its Jr. Academy or  Sr. Academy programs. 

Come join America’s Top Camp program for goalkeepers and field players playing on both sides of the ball and become part of the No.1 Soccer Camps family of over 78,000 satisfied and improved players who have made their mark on soccer fields across the country.

To determine which level to register for click here: http://www.no1soccercamps.com/Soccer-Training-Program/Program-Levels.html


2015 No.1 Goalkeeper Camps & No.1 Striker Camps

College Prep

DATES:

26-Jul-2015 to 1-Aug-2015
Sunday-Saturday  (7 Days)

RESIDENTIAL:

$1199

COMMUTER:

$1049

SR Academy

Session 1

DATES:

26-Jul-2015 to 30-Jul-2015
Sunday-Thursday  (5 Days)

RESIDENTIAL:

$699

COMMUTER:

$599


JR Academy

Session 1

DATES:

26-Jul-2015 to 30-Jul-2015
Sunday-Thursday  (5 Days)

RESIDENTIAL:

$699

COMMUTER:

$599

SR Academy

Session 2

DATES:

2-Aug-2015 to 6-Aug-2015
Sunday-Thursday  (5 Days)

RESIDENTIAL:

$699

COMMUTER:

$599

JR Academy

Session 2

DATES:

2-Aug-2015 to 6-Aug-2015
Sunday-Thursday  (5 Days)

RESIDENTIAL:

$699

COMMUTER:

$599




Testimonial

Scott S., Father of Spencer, Camper at Western Connecticut State University

The competition for goalkeeper camps, as you know, has increased since I went to No.1 in the 70's, but when Spencer became of age there was no doubt where I would send him. His first year as a goalkeeper at your camp, he came back and was selected for the premier team in southeast Connecticut. His second year at your camp, he was selected to the Ct. ODP program and now it is his third year, we can't wait to see what is next.

I have seen the goalkeeper program evolve since day one. The soccer training from you and your staff is by far the best. What has changed my life and I'm seeing these same attributes in Spencer is learning about dedication, commitment, hard work and persistence that we both have taken away from your camp. It is this type of program which emphasizes those traits in life which you can't learn just by playing soccer. These are things that carry over in life as well as business down the road. P.S. Spencer is now a staff coach at No.1.

MISC.

  1. Hotel Accommodations, for early arrivals or parents.
  2. Tuition Refund Insurance - $30
  3. Required Camper Forms
    • Youth Camp Health Exam/Record
    • Player Profile
    • Authorization for the Administration of Medication: If your child is taking non-prescribed or prescribed medications to camp, you must complete the Drug Administration Form. The form must have the doctor's signature, the medication must be in its original box with the prescription label intact, and the dosage must match the label on the form.
  4. Registration - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
  5. Late Registration Fee - No late enrollment fee
  6. Western Connecticut State University Facility Lost Key Charge - $25

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