ABOUT OUR SUMMER CAMPS
Ottawa City Soccer Club camps are run by our Club Technical staff and University coaches.
Our camps are modeled after the club values: respect, pride and passion.
Players can expect to work on technical fundamentals, play games, try new things, and in general have a great time!
Our goal is to provide a positive, safe and enjoyable experience for boys and girls of varying ages and skill levels.
We offer a variety of camp programs, including Future Stars, Recreational, High Performance, Goalkeeper & Train Like a Pro Soccer Camps.
Weekly from July 3 through September 1, 2023 (see website link below for full schedule).
$85-$235 (varies by camp week/type – see website link below for full details).
Ben Franklin Park
Find out more at: https://ottawacitysoccer.com/summer-camps/
ABOUT OTTAWA CITY SOCCER CLUB
With a combined history of 80+ years in the local soccer community, the Ottawa City Soccer Club was formed from the former Ottawa Royals and Nepean City soccer clubs in 2014.
The Board, staff and committed volunteers met to create a core set of values that we believe will enhance our work and foster meaningful interaction.
The Ottawa City Soccer Club believes in living its values to support a positive and rewarding experience all members through quality coach education, community engagement, and a supportive training environment for all players.
Find out more at: http://www.ottawacitysoccer.com/
ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS
Ottawa City Soccer Club offers players the opportunity to play and develop at almost every age and ability level.
Our Recreational Development Program (RDP) offers programs and teams for players U4 to U18 throughout the year.
All players are welcome to play RDP/Recreational soccer; no assessments are required.
Our Representative/Competitive Program has U8 to U18 teams at varying levels in the summer as well as teams and training during the fall/winter season. The Club holds assessments for the competitive program.
Our Adult Program offers Men’s, Women’s and Oldtimer’s teams and programs for players just out of youth soccer to our oldest player, born in 1945.
Find out more at: https://ottawacitysoccer.com/programs/
Learn more about the outreach program we launched in collaboration with the CAMPS Project for kids from low-income families in our area by watching the video below: