What to Bring

What to Bring

 

Session I, II, and IV Day Camps

Campers need to bring the appropriate soccer equipment (shoes, shin guards, etc.) as well as a soccer ball if one was not purchased. In addition please bring a filled water bottle, insect repellant, sunscreen and a ball cap of some sort.  Players will be allowed to wear a hat should the heat become extreme.  Water will be available, but we would prefer that the players begin with a full bottle so as not to take up camp time at the start. Campers in Session IV will need to bring their lunch and shoes to wear into the student center during lunch.

 

Residential Camp

No Residential camp this year.

Campers should bring either a sleeping bag or sheets and blankets for a single bed; a pillow; towels; toilet articles; shin guards; both indoor and outdoor soccer shoes; soccer bag or backpack; flip flops; water jug; plenty of shorts, socks, and t-shirts, rain gear; notebook and pen; alarm clock; trash bags; sunscreen and insect repellent; and spending money.

 

Session III Top Keeper Academy

Players need to bring the appropriate soccer equipment (shoes, shin guards, goalkeeper equipment, etc.) as well as a soccer ball if one has not been purchased. In addition please bring a filled water bottle, insect repellent, sunscreen and a ball cap of some sort.  Players will be allowed to wear a hat should the heat become extreme.  Water will be available, but we would prefer that the players begin with a full bottle so as not to take up camp time at the start. Campers will also need to bring their lunch and shoes to wear into the student center during that break. 

 

Questions? Call Coach Brown at (316) 992-4291 or use the Contact Us link on the home menu.