Residential ID Camp - Boys Only
The Residential ID Camp is designed for high school age players looking to experience the level of a NCAA Division I program including dynamic training sessions, an introduction to strength & conditioning, and competitive games. Players will be advised about the NCAA recruiting process and stay on campus in dormitories, gaining a valuable perspective on campus life. Each player will get the opportunity to showcase their talents and get discovered by a diverse array of college coaches representing NCAA Divisions I, II, & III.
July 19th - 21st
Boys Age: 14+
Residential Camper: $450
Commuter Camper: $315
Time: 5:00 PM Friday to 12:00 PM Sunday
Residential campers will stay in the dormitories a short walk from athletic campus. Breakast, lunch, and dinner will be provided on Saturday. Breakfast will also be provided on Sunday.
The training camp will be held at the University of Vermont facilities, hosted by the UVM Coaching Staff, including: Head Coach Rob Dow, Assistant Coaches Adrian Dubois & Brad Cole, and Goalkeeper Coach Randy Coble. In addition to the UVM staff, there will be other regional college coaches evaluating your abilities and current Catamount players assisting in all events.
What to Bring:
Footwear: Indoor, Outdoor Cleats, Running shoes
Bedding: sheets/linens, pillow case, blanket
Vermont Futbol Academy Camp Conduct Policy
Any camper who use language that is racial, homophobic, prejudicial, will be removed from camp immediately and not allowed to return to participate for the remainder of camp.
Vermont Futbol Academy Refund Policy
Because of planning, staff hiring, equipment ordering, and facilities securing, we are stating that any refund request has to be submitted a month in advance of the camp and have proper medical documentation to support a medical withdraw from the camp.
Camps and Clinics at the Vermont Futbol Academy
are open to any and all entrants, and limited only by age, gender, grade, or overall number.
This is a private camp located at UVM and is not administered by UVM, Burlington, VT