Hyde Park Baptist Church
For 6 - 12 years old, boys and girls
5 - 9, 2013 from 9am – 2pm
The Hyde Park Baptist Church Soccer Camp is designed to teach
youth the fundamentals of the game of soccer. This will be done by teaching
the basic skills in group settings and then using those skills learned, in
games. Our focus is to improve the soccer player with the basics, trapping,
dribbling, passing and understanding their role on the field. Players of all
abilities are welcomed.
we do, (in sports as well as other areas of our life) practice improves our
game. Once we have learned the basics of the game many other aspects seem to
follow. Small sided and full sided games emphasizing passing, moving into
open space, and anticipating the next play will help the soccer player
“learn” the game.
We here at
Hyde Park Baptist Church truly believe in putting God first in our life, and
then many other things including soccer, fall into place. As we do in our
Baseball League and Soccer League, a Bible challenge will be given each day
from God’s Word.
$140. Church member $105. Space is limited. Sign up by
July 15, 2013.
in HPBC Baseball or Soccer league: $10.00 off.
Multi-child: $10.00 off each
child. Church Member: $105.
Outdoor soccer shoes, shin guards, and sneakers for rainy
days are required. Each camper should bring their own soccer ball and water
camper has the option to bring their own lunch or purchase pizza and gatorade or water. Campers should bring their lunch in a cooler because
refrigerator space is limited. Cost for pizza 1 slice & 1 drink $2.50,
2 slices & 1 drink $3.50.
Enrollment is limited. For 6 - 12
years old, boys and girls. To register, complete Registration Form,
Liability Form and send a deposit of $50
by July 15, 2013. The
remaining balance is due the first day of camp, as well as the Medical
Pastor Peter Nargi has been playing soccer for over 35
years. He was a three year starter for Division 1, NCAA, Marist College.
Pastor Nargi has successfully run the Hyde Park Baptist Church Soccer League
for 10 years, teaching over 200 children each year the game of soccer.
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