Loyola University Chicago men’s soccer will host two high school boys camps and five youth camps this summer, offering players a chance to receive training and instruction under head coach Neil Jones and his coaching staff.
High school camp opportunities begin with College ID Weekend on June 15-16 as players are able to choose between one- or two-day sessions. The Elite Camp will be held the following month on July 12-14 with residential and commuter options available. Both camps will focus on training at the collegiate level through seminars and daily technical and tactical training exercises with goalkeepers receiving specialized coaching from goalkeeper coach Neil Thompson.
Five youth camps for boys and girls ages 5-13 will be held throughout the summer beginning June 17-21. Each camp is held over a five-day span with participants able to choose between full- and half-day options. Current men and women soccer players will be on-hand to participate in training exercises and drills.
A goalkeeper camp closes out the summer on July 29 – August 2 with goalkeeper coaches Tom Paparounis and Thompson directing the sessions.
All camps take place at Loyola Soccer Park. For more details and pricing, visit the Loyola Soccer Camps website.