At FC Tucson Soccer Camps, your child will improve his or her skills while training art at a professional soccer complex complete with two world-class pitches and top-of-the-line training equipment. Your child will also receive high-level training from USSF-certified coaches and current and former collegiate soccer players.

To sign your youth soccer player up, click here!

Sample Daily Schedule
8:30 am: Technical dribbling skills
9:00 am: Agility training
9:30 am: Small-sided games inside
10:30 am: Technical finishing.
11:00 am: Small-sided games outside

Players must bring their own ball, water and shinguards.

Meet the FC Tucson Staff

Rick Schantz: FC Tucson Head Coach. During his soccer career he reached the NCAA College Cup Finals at the University of Portland and went on to play minor league soccer in the USISL.

Jon Pearlman: FC Tucson General Manager and Technical Director. Jon also heads the Sabino High School soccer team and holds a USSF “A” License.

Jeff Rogers: FC Tucson assistant coach. During Jeff’s career he played 11 professional seasons (1985-1996) across three different leagues (MISL, APSL, NPSL).

Kate Norton: FC Tucson Assistant General Manager. Kate played at the University of Cincinnati and FC Slovacko in the Czech Republic.

Henry Brauner: FC Tucson assistant coach. Henry played his college soccer at Worcester State College and also played with the U-21 and U-23 Philippine national team.

Camp FAQs

Who can participate?
Girls and boys ages 9-17

Camp dates and times
July 8-12
July 15-19
Camps run from 8:30 am-12:30 pm

How much do camps cost?
$150 per player
$130 for a team of 8 or more players
$170 walk up registration

What do campers get?
Campers will receive a free camp t-shirt!

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