ABOUT OUR SUMMER CAMPS
Ottawa TFC Soccer Club is excited to host several five-day training camps where players will have the opportunity to train with UEFA licensed coaches, with professional and University playing experience, as well as some of the top technical coaches and players in the club, region and province.
Ottawa TFC soccer camps are designed to develop a player’s individual skills and help build the confidence needed to enjoy the beautiful game. Players will be grouped with others of similar ability to be challenged to succeed to the best of their abilities.
A focus is put on the technical elements of the game, on speed agility and quickness exercises, as well as small sided games and basic principles of team play.
Open camps for players from in the U9 to U13 age groups will take place from July 27-31 and August 10-14.
8-13 (open camps)
Weeks of July 27-31 & August 10-14, 2020.
9 a.m.-4 p.m. (early drop-off 8:30 a.m., late pick-up 4:15 p.m.)
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School
Gloucester High School & Trillium Park (behind Earl Armstrong Arena off Ogilvie Rd.)
Learn more about our summer camps at: http://ottawatfc.com/programs-and-camps/camps
ABOUT OTTAWA TFC SOCCER CLUB
In late 2018, the Cumberland United and FC Capital United soccer clubs brought together our storied histories of 20+ years apiece on the local soccer scene, merging together to become Ottawa TFC.
Ottawa’s only full MLS affiliate club is the newest regional satellite club for Toronto FC – the Major League Soccer giants who won the 2017 MLS championship and came a penalty kicks shootout away from reaching the FIFA Club World Cup.
Together, our organizations will work closely to build a model professional player pathway and soccer development partnership. TFC will help enhance all of the Ottawa club’s technical programming, including coaching development, sports science, methodology, curriculum development, while providing players a direct path to TFC and its Academy.
Ottawa TFC Soccer Club offers the full pyramid of soccer programs – from the grassroots level where players get their first touch on the ball, right up to our “revolutionary” after-school elite academy and Central/East Ottawa’s only Ontario Player Development League provincial-level program, plus the adult and 60+ ranks.
Our core objectives are to: Develop skills in players, Build quality in community, and Achieve excellence in soccer.
We believe that only the strongest people can become the best players, and that the lessons learned in sports are invaluable in becoming an effective and efficient person.
Find out more at: http://ottawatfc.com