AYSO Soccer Camp to the Rescue

AYSO Soccer Camp to the Rescue

Last minute change of plans? Need summer coverage for your K-8 children? Looking for a camp where your kids can be outside, have fun, and play soccer, while also being affordable? Welcome to BrooklynAYSO Community Soccer Camp.

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BrooklynAYSO (www.brooklynayso.org) has been running soccer programs to Brooklyn families since 1985, and its Community Soccer Camps summer camps since 1996.  Our camps are available for players in grades K-8 as well as pre-season soccer camps for 9th graders trying out for their HS varsity teams.

BrooklynAYSO Soccer Camps are held at The Parade Ground, near Prospect Park (map  https://on.nyc.gov/2FlIOka). For transportation options use Caton Ave & Argyle Rd 11218 as a reference point. The closest trains are the F/G to Fort Hamilton Parkway and the B/Q to Church Ave.

This summer we offer 9 weeks of soccer fun from July 1 – August 30.

Camp runs from 8:30 am- 3 pm. We offer free early drop-off (8 am) and after-camp pick up (6 pm) for an additional fee.

The Juniors (K-2nd grade) and the General (3rd -8th grade) camp develop individual and small group games in the morning and have round-robin and other competitions in the afternoon.

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Families can register online at https://www.brooklynayso.org/camps.php
Registration instructions:  https://www.brooklynayso.org/camp-registration-2019.php

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BrooklynAYSO offers Fall, Winter, and Spring coed & girls intramural leagues; 8- 10-week weeknight and weekend Supplemental Clinics; pop-up camps during NYC public school breaks and The Academy – a 9-month coed and girls player development program that includes [training, and competitions as the year progresses]

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You can register for the Fall league here: https://www.brooklynayso.org/registration-FAQ.php

Any questions, feel free to contact:
Larry Swertloff, AYSO Area Director 3-A
917 847 8719

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