The Minneapolis City SC Junior Summer Camps are a great way for players to play through the summer in a positive, progressive, fun training environment. The Camps are led by City players Jonah Garcia and Medo Youssef and staffed by City players and coaches. Players of all levels (Premier through Rec) will improve at and enjoy playing the beautiful game.
The summer day camp is for boys and girls of all levels ages 5-14. Players will be trained with our curriculum based on age and level.
We have full day (9am – 4pm) and half day (9am – 12pm or 1pm – 4pm) options for campers.
JUNE 14 – JUNE 18
Location: Parade Park, Minneapolis
Cost: Full Day – $310; Half Day – $185 (get $10 off when you register multiple kids or for multiple camps). For an additional $20, parents can extend pick-up until 5pm.
Soccer is best when it’s fun. That philosophy weaves through all of the Junior Summer Camp curriculum.
“I woke up at 8 am on a beautiful sunny day in Egypt” said Summer Camp Director, and Mpls City forward Medo Youssef. “I woke up with excitement as I knew I can spend most of my day playing soccer. I grabbed breakfast as I ran to gather my friends. We spent the whole day playing street soccer. We played the game with no pressure but for the enjoyment and the fun it brought us. We never wanted to stop. That is where I fell in love with the game.”
“Whenever I have a tough moment in the game… I just remember why I truly play. This is what I want to create with Minneapolis city soccer camps. I want to create a safe space for the kids to be able to enjoy the game. To have an opportunity for the kids to not only grow as soccer players but as humans.”
“We at Minneapolis City take pride in providing an environment for the kids to explore their love for the game. Developing sessions for improvement of skills and sessions just to enjoy the game with their friends. We want to be able to create a positive community and a bond between all the players that come to our camps. We not want to create great soccer players but future Adults that will take care of our community.”