Frequently Asked Questions

Soccer Questions    -     Registration Questions     -     Medical Questions       -     Miscellaneous Questions     

Soccer


Q: What does this camp offer?

Q: What if my child is a goalkeeper?

A: Our goalkeeper Director, Ovidio Felcaro, is recognized as one the nation’s top goalkeeper trainers. With professional playing and coaching experience, along with international experience coaching at the highest levels including the World Cup in 1994, Ovidio uses his knowledge and tremendous personality to make goalkeeper training at the Northwestern Boy’s Soccer Camp a very memorable experience.

 

Q: My son is in High School, which camp should he attend?

A: Residential/Commuter Camp is for players in Grades 4-8 and 9-12. The older group at this camp will consist of high school boys who are focused on developing their individual play.

The College Soccer Training Center is for players aged high school through college. Players who hope to play in college or become better for their high school/club seasons should apply for the College Soccer Training Center as it is representative of a college preseason and challenges the players to raise their level of play. 

Warning:  The College Soccer Training Center is a very intense camp!   You should have a deep love of soccer and enjoy competing against the some of the nation's best players 

 

Q: What grade should I list when registering t?

A: List the grade he will be in when attending the camp.  If it is a summer camp, list the grade he will be in at the start of the 2014-15 academic year.  For all other camps, list the current grade.

Q: What is Coerver Coaching and which camps will they be at?

A: Coerver Coaching has been dedicated to developing skillful, confident, creative and knowledgeable soccer players for over thirty years. Training for all ages will focus on developing individual skill.

 

Q: Where are the dorms in relation to the fields?  Are they air-conditioned ?
A: The dorms are located just a short walk to the fields and the cafeteria is in the adjacent dorm. Some camps require 1/2 mile or more walks to get to the cafeteria - not this one!!!  Air-conditioning after a long day at training definitely feels good and is necessary to cool the body down for the next day's training

 
More info on Coerver Training? Click on this link!



Registration

Q: Which forms do I bring to registration?

Q: Is there a deadline to register?

Q: Is there a penalty if I register last-minute?

Q: What if I need to cancel my registration?

Q: What is the $250 key deposit?

Q: How can I check on my outstanding balance?

Q: Do you offer Military Discounts?
  • Please contact nusoccercamps@gmail.com for information about our Armed Services Discount.
 

Medical


Q: My son just had a physical. Do I need a medical form?

Q: What if my son gets injured at camp?



Miscellaneous

Q: Any free stuff?

Q: Where will I stay and what are the meal arrangements?

Q: Is a team or Northwestern employee discount available?

A: A team discount is available at $50 per camper with a minimum of 10 kids from one team for CSTC, Residential/Commuter Camps. There is a $25 (day camp) or $50 (overnight camp) discount for Northwestern employees (not to be combined with other discounts). Please call 847-467-1312 for more details.

 

Q: If I am staying overnight what should I bring to camp?

A: Pack according to the schedule of three sessions a day and how much you want to change your soccer clothes. Here is a list of mandatory items and suggested items:



Mandatory Suggested
Soccer shoes (molded preferably)
Indoor shoes / Flats
Shin guards
Water Bottle
Fan (dorms are now air-conditioned)
Rain gear (we go inside for lightning)
Alarm clock (the staff will help you wake)
Sunscreen and bug spray
Swim Suit and Towel for Beach Time!



Have a question not answered above? Contact Northwestern Boy's Soccer Camps