LHSC Thanksgiving Camp a Huge Success!

Over 80 boys and girls attended the 3-day camp during their Thanksgiving Holiday, and had the opportunity to learn exciting new drills, make new friends, and have a lot of fun! On Monday, the camp curriculum focused on dribbling and attacking, and 1v1’s, where campers learned new techniques to help them get around their opponents in game situations!  Tuesday the campers worked on their accuracy in passing, and keeping possession of the ball, and Wednesday was probably their favorite day!  Shooting and going to goal was the topic of the day, and the camp ended with fun small-sided games, where everyone got to showcase what they learned! Eclipse Alumnus, and current USC student-Athlete, Jordan Marada, was our Guest Coach, and she spent one day rotating between the older groups, and one day working with our younger campers.

             

The Laguna Hills Eclipse is also very excited to announce that we will be hosting our annual Winter Camp this year from Wednesday, January 2nd – Friday, January 4th.  The Camp will run from 9am-12pm each day, and will take place at La Paz Sports Park in Laguna Niguel.  The camp is open to all soccer players ages 5-12 years old.  The cost for the camp is $99.

This LHSC Camp will be a fun and insightful introduction to soccer players that are new to the sport.  It will also push and challenge higher level soccer players.  Topics for the camp include:  Passing and Receiving | Dribbling | Finishing | 1v1 Attacking and Defending | 2v2 Attacking and Defending.

Laguna Hills Eclipse prides itself on developing top-level talent and having the best Coaching Staff in Southern California.  Our Camp Staffs are no different.  Each Coach will ensure that campers develop individual ball skill, technical proficiency, and tactical awareness.

Eclipse Winter Camp
Dates:  Wednesday, January 2nd – Friday, January 4th (3 day camp)
Time:  9am – 12pm
Location: La Paz Sports Park – Laguna Niguel
Price:  $99

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

For more information, please contact Craig Bull.

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