This site is provided by the Mason Soccer Boosters in support of the soccer program at Wm. Mason High School in Mason, Ohio.
 
 
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When:  July 13th - July 16th (rain date July 17th)

Time:  8:00 am to 10:00 am daily

Cost:  $70 per camper and includes camp t-shirt

Who:  4th thru 8th grade boys and girls (in the Fall 2020 school year)

Where:  Mason High School Multipurpose Turf Field at 6370 Mason Montgomery Road

Deadline:  Please complete online registration and waivers by July 7th, 2020. Late registrations and walk-ups are accepted but space is LIMITED. Register by July 7th to guarantee your tshirt and your spot!

 

DOWNLOAD THE COVID DAILY SCREENING FORM REQUIRED BEFORE PARTICIPATING EACH DAY.

(LOCATED IN DOCUMENTS UNDER THE YOUTH CAMP FOLDER)

CLICK HERE: https://www.leagueathletics.com/Documents.asp?n=&org=masonsoccer.com

 

Please bring a soccer ball, water, shin guards and cleats each day to the camp.

If interested, please click here to register, sign waivers and provide emergency contact info. 

Please mail $70 payment to the Mason Soccer Boosters at P.O. Box 621, Mason, OH 45040 and be sure to bring the completed COVID screening forms each day of camp.

The Mason Soccer Boosters Youth Soccer camp is in its 11th year under the leadership of the Mason Soccer Men's and Women's programs.  

Coach Schur just completed his 11th season as the varsity head coach of the women’s team.  In 11 years under Coach Schur’s leadership, the women’s program has won 6 league titles, 6 district titles, and 3 regional championships.  During the 2012 and 2013 seasons, the women’s program played in the state championship game, finishing runner-up on both occasions.  Over the ten-year span, the team has compiled over 145 wins and helped 36+ players achieve the goal of college soccer.     

Mason boy’s head coach, Mike Combs is in his 2nd year of coaching and participating in the camp. He comes to us from a 14 year tenure at Cincinnati State during which the program was ranked in the top fifteen nationally and produced 16 All-Americans. Combs was named OCCAC “Coach of the Year” in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016.

Players and coaches will be working with the kids throughout the week. 

The Youth Soccer Camp will instruct players about the skills, habits, and attitude required to succeed in soccer and life.  Participants will be involved in daily instruction involving soccer skills and tactics.  This camp is open to girls & boys and will be staffed by women’s & men’s coaches and players.