ID Camp Info

Penguins Soccer Camps
Identification Camp Series

Penguins Soccer Winter 2022 ID Camp

The Penguins Soccer Identification camp is designed to provide players with an NCAA Division One training experience. Field players and goalkeepers will be trained by the Youngstown State University Soccer staff and be exposed to a training atmosphere that is distinctly unique to the YSU Penguins Soccer program. Our Identification Clinic will emphasize the technical, psychological, fitness and tactical understanding necessary to prepare you to play at a higher level of soccer and for the challenges of collegiate soccer.

Penguins Soccer Camps and Clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by space, age and grade level. It is the policy of the Penguins Soccer Camps and Nitro Fitness LLC not to discriminate on the basis of sex, handicap, race, color, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national or ethnic original or sexual orientation.

Sunday, February 6th, 2022
Sunday March 6th, 2022
Sunday April 10th, 2022

Grades:  8th-12th

Time:

Campus Tour starts at 9 am
Check-in starts at 9:45 am
Camp concludes at 3 pm

Cost:
To participate in Sunday's clinic, $90

FIELD PLAYERS

Our field player program imitates training and expectations players will need if considering a college soccer career. Field players are trained in the proper techniques for shooting, heading, dribbling, passing and defending. They are then put into highly competitive 1v1, 4v4, and 11v11 games to develop these techniques under pressure.

TACTICAL TOPICS FOR FIELD PLAYERS

  • 1v1 attacking & defending
  • Creating numbers up situations
  • Speed of play
  • Combination play
  • Becoming a better goal scorer


GOALKEEPER PROGRAM

Don’t worry ‘keepers, we haven’t forgotten about you!  Our objective is to create a training environment that challenges all levels of goalkeeping. There will be both a technical and tactical emphasis to the program that will cover shot stopping, footwork, hand positioning, fitness, diving, handling crosses and corner kicks and more. Technical training will be accompanied by game-related, competitive goalkeeping activities and games. Training time periods will be allotted for goalkeeper specific training, and then goalkeepers will join the field players for finishing exercises, small-sided games and full-sided games in order to apply concepts to live game situations.

TACTICAL TOPICS FOR GOALKEEPERS

  • Reading the game
  • Organizing the defense
  • Dead ball situations
  • Communication
  • Staying connected to the team

We’re limiting the camp to only 65 campers so be sure to reserve your space as soon as you can!

Schedule
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Facilities: We are fortunate to have the opportunity to use all of the fields and facilities on campus including the Farmers National Bank Field at the Covelli Sports Complex, Beede Field in Stambaugh StadiumCafaro Field located just to the east side of campus and the Watson and Tressel Training Site!!

**If you have any questions please contact Josh Green at  jagreen07@ysu.edu

If you require auxiliary aids, services or other accommodations, please notify our office two weeks prior to the camp and you will be contacted by the Coordinator of Disability Services.