In 2014 World Cup Soccer Camps is adding the Los Angeles Area to their growing list of camp sites.
Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Representatives with World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics announced today that it has released its 2014 camp schedule.
“We’re extremely excited about this year’s camp schedule,” said Ruedi Graf, founder and spokesman for World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics.
Those interested in attending a camp, which runs from March 31 through Aug. 22, can view the camp schedule at: http://www.worldcupsoccercamps.com/schedule-camps.html.
The camp schedule, according to Graf, includes Goalkeeper Camp One and Goalkeeper Camp Two.
“Goalkeeper Camp One is designed for children ages 7 to 10 and emphasizes technical and tactical training as well as coordination and conditioning,” Graf said, before adding, “To ensure proper training our coach to player ratio is 1: 6 or less.”
Graf went on to point out that Goalkeeper Camp Two is designed for children ages 11 to 13 and emphasize technical and tactical training as well as coordination and conditioning.
“To ensure proper training our coach to player ratio is 1: 6 or less,” Graf said.
The company, which employs approximately 95 coaches, according to Graf, provides soccer camps, clinics, after-school classes, team training and personal soccer training for children of all ages and abilities.
Graf, who was voted and awarded the 2004 MVLA Soccer Club Coach of the Year, and 1995 High School Coach of the Year, stressed that the soccer camps are great for players of all ages, because it enables them to teach and help more soccer players take their game to the next level.
Michelle Ruggels, a parent of seven-year old twins, who completed a week of camp, recommended World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics to anyone wanting to take their game the next level.
“Even though they both like soccer, they were very unsure about attending soccer camp, and there was a bit of arm twisting involved,” Ruggels recalled. “When I signed up for camp, I couldn't decide between the half-day or the full-day camp because I honestly couldn't imagine what they would do all day without getting bored, but ended up with full-day. My other concern was that while my son is notably athletic, my daughter is notably afraid of the ball, and I wasn't sure if she would feel left out if the focus went to the stronger players. Well, I shouldn't have worried. This turned out to be their favorite camp, and all they talked about was how much fun they had all day long. My daughter won MVP of the camp for Tuesday, and I wanted to send flowers to the coaches for the boost that gave to her confidence. The coaches and the program were great. Each child received so much in attention, skills, confidence, and most importantly for a summer experience, had a blast. We'll be back for winter camp.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.worldcupsoccercamps.com/locations-sf.html and http://www.worldcupsoccercamps.com/locations-search2.html
About World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics
Ruedi Graf started World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics with two small camps including about thirty children in San Mateo in 1991. Since then World Cup Soccer Camps grew steadily adding three to four sites every year.
Last year over 5500 children joined the camps and clinics covering the entire San Francisco Bay Area, including the North Bay, San Francisco, the Peninsula, the South Bay, the Santa Cruz Area and the East Bay. In 2013 the company expanded successfully to the San Luis Obispo and the San Diego Area. In 2014 World Cup Soccer Camps is adding the Los Angeles Area to their growing list of camp sites.
World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics by Ruedi Graf
PO Box: 681
Los Gatos, CA 95031
Tel: (408) 354-4949
Fax: (408) 354-4747
Source: World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics