Total Futbol is hosting a College ID Camp on Saturday, Feb. 4 and Sunday, Feb. 5 for girls players interested in playing at the next level.
Coaches from NCAA Division I, II, and III colleges will be in attendance to coach sessions and evaluate players. Players will also participate in a Q&A session about recruiting with the collegiate staff. 2 training shirts will be provided.
Players can attend one day but are encouraged to attend both. Attendance will be capped at 100 players per day. Waitlist priority will be given to those who can attend both days.
When: Saturday, Feb. 4 + Sunday, Feb. 5 from 9 am-5 pm
Where: Lewinsville Park: 1659 Chain Bridge Rd, McLean, VA 22101
Cost: $269 per day or $499 for both days
*Please note: Due to NCAA regulations, only players who are currently in high school may attend. This camp is open to any and all players in high school.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
FULL COACHING SLATE ANNOUNCED:
Saturday, Feb. 4
University of Maryland
University of Miami
University of Pittsburgh
Virginia Commonwealth University
Washington Adventist University
College of William & Mary
Sunday, Feb. 5
Frostburg State University
George Mason University
Johns Hopkins University
US Naval Academy
NC State University
Wake Forest University
9:00 AM Warmup
9:15 AM Session 1 (2 coaches)
10:05 AM Session 2 (2 coaches)
11:00 AM Scrimmage
12:00 PM Lunch - Q&A/College Panel (Lunch not provided, Q&A weather permitting)
2:10 PM Session 3 (2 coaches)
3:00 PM Session 4 (2 coaches)
4:00 PM Scrimmage
5:00 PM END
College ID Camp Q&A:
Q: What can I expect from the coaches at these clinics?
A: Each college coach participating in a Total Futbol College ID Clinic represents the school they work for as either the head or assistant coach. Players will cycle through training sessions run by each coach participating and then be observed playing in a scrimmage environment.
Q: My child doesn’t play for a Total Futbol team, is that OK?
A: Absolutely! All players are welcome to join these clinics. While we work with a variety of teams across clubs in the DC area, by no means are these clinics restricted to those players. If your child is interested in a school that’s participating in a clinic or wants to experience the College ID process, this is a great opportunity for them!
Q: Are there any restrictions on who can attend?
A: Participants must be in the 9th grade in the calendar year of the camp and must be under 21 when the camp occurs. This camp is for girls players only.
Q: How do I register?
A: Register through LeagueApps here.
Q: Is registration within the camp restricted by position?
A: No. Players of all positions are encouraged to attend.
Q: My child doesn’t know if college soccer is for them, is there value in participating?
A: The ID Clinic process allows for your child to play with and against many players looking to play at the next level. This can be a great gauge to determine if their level would be a good fit. Additionally, the daily Q&A sessions provide an excellent forum to ask questions of the coaches there and get a better picture of college soccer.
Q: The schools my player is most interested are all on one day of the clinic. Can we register for just that day?
A: Yes, you can register for one day only but we encourage players to register for both to give them the best training and recruiting environment possible.
Q: Are refunds available if my child cannot participate?
A: Refunds may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us ASAP if you would like a refund prior to the camp (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Q: What types of payment are accepted?
A: Payment is accepted by credit card during the registration process or by check mailed to:
Total Futbol at 4223 Evergreen Ln. Annandale, VA 22003
Q: Are there hotel arrangements for players?
A: No. Accommodations are not included with the registration fee. Lewinsville Park is conveniently located near Tyson’s Corner, VA and there are many hotel options in that area. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about staying in the area if you’re coming from out of town.
Q: Should participants contact coaches ahead of the clinic?
A: Players are encouraged to contact any schools they’re interested in attending. The coaches at the clinic will receive a roster with the information provided for each player, but additional background and expression of interest is always appreciated.
Q: What should my child have with them to participate?
A: Players need to bring a ball, shin guards, water, and shorts in the color of their corresponding class (details to come, shorts will be available for purchase if necessary). Shirts for the weekend will be provided at registration. Lunch is NOT provided. Sunscreen is recommended as well as coming to the clinic hydrated, rested, and having breakfast.