Royal Soccer summer camps

Royal Soccer Club summer camps teach more than just soccer

Royal Soccer Club summer camps teach more than just soccer.

The Royal Soccer Club, a registered non-profit, announce the 24th year of hosting Canada’s #1 grassroots summer soccer day camps.

The camp program is uniquely designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, have fun playing soccer. With a soccer focus in the morning and a supervised leisure swim with other organized camp activities in the afternoons, all boys and girls between the ages of five and 13 are encouraged to join.

This summer, Royal Soccer Club will host camps during July and August in Langley and Abbotsford.

The benefits of soccer camp for kids might seem obvious – healthy, physical activity.

But at Royal Soccer Club, soccer camp is so much more. Boys and girls will learn life skills which extend far beyond the one or two weeks of their camp session. Campers learn leadership and team skills while gaining self-confidence that doesn’t come easily in some environments.

You don’t have to be a great soccer player and often, you don’t need any soccer experience at all to attend a soccer camp. Campers can register for full day, morning and afternoon sessions with supervised early drop off and late pickup options at no extra cost.

About Royal Soccer Club

The Royal Soccer Club is a registered non-profit community organization established to operate unique summer soccer day camps. Having hosted over 300,000 boys and girls between 5 and 13 years old in over 100 locations across Canada, Royal Soccer Club operates the #1 grassroots soccer camp in the country.

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To learn more about the program, see website: www.royalsoccer.com

 

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