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Kickz Soccer UK Summer Camps
OLYMPIC SOCCER 5 DAY CAMP - Age 7-14 years
Featured only in 2012!
The World will enjoy one of the largest sporting specticles this year in London.
The Olympic games brings together the worlds most talented individuals and teams and features a diversity of events from beach volley ball to rowing.
This year Kickz will bring the Olympic idea to its summer program by introducing structured soccer games and drills designed to promote technique and skill with an olympic theme!
KIDDIE KICKZ SOCCER CAMP - Age 3-6 years
Not only is this a great way to introduce your child to soccer, our curriculum encourages team work and social skills whilst constantly enforcing motor skills and physical development.
Your child will have great fun and learn the key fundamentals of the game. Our highly experienced and supportive staff will ensure every child explores their potential through a creative curriculum of games and activities that will capture any child's imagination.
SHOT STOPPER GOALKEEPING - Age 7-14 years
Goalkeeper is arguably the most specialised position on the soccer field- you must develop essential skills and techniques to succeed on the field.
Young players will be introduced to the key techniques and principals of the position including:
* Mechanics of catching the ball
* Set Piece set up and implementation
* Technique of saving the ball and shot stopping
* Getting the ball to teammates, throwing and kicking
ALL staff hold full soccer coaching qualifications and background check. Our staff have at LEAST 5 years playing and coaching experience.
Low player:trainer ratios will ensure maximum learning and understanding throughout camp!
|Where||Passaic River County Park River Rd & Roosevelt Rd, Chatham, NJ 07928|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:00 pm–1:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Kids, Teens|
|Price||$110 - $155|
More About Passaic River County Park
Passaic River County Park is administered by Morris County and is located by the shores of the Passaic River on the township's western edge. It is part of an effort to keep the river from becoming overdeveloped.
The park extends into Long Hill Township. It contains 769 acres and more than 5,000 feet of shoreline.
The township donated some its land to the park.