BROOKLYN SOCCER CAMPS

Note: Afternoon Mini-Camps were canceled due to most kids not being able to start at 2pm. We’re looking at possibly starting later. If interested, fill out this form.

Gjøa School’s Out and Summer Camps are Brooklyn’s best Soccer Camp experience!

Our camps offer soccer instruction and lots of fun! Campers enjoy skill work, ball mastery, movement activities, and small-sided games. Coaches are qualified and create a positive and supportive environment. Open to all Girls and Boys. 

See the schedule and FAQ below. Contact: camp@gjoa.org

CAMP SCHEDULE

SCHOOL’S OUT CAMP September 28 Yom Kippur Location: Parade Ground
Day Day Part Age Gender Sign-in Sign-out Cost Registration
Monday Full 2006-2013 All 8.15-8.30am 3.00pm $75 Opens 9/22
SCHOOL’S OUT CAMP October 12th Columbus Day Location: Parade Ground
Day Day Part Age Gender Sign-in Sign-out Cost Registration
Monday Full 2006-2013 All 8.15-8.30 3.00pm $75 Opens 9/29
SCHOOL’S OUT CAMP Novermber 3rd Election Day Location: Parade Ground
Day Day Part Age Gender Sign-in Sign-out Cost Registration
Tuesday Full 2006-2013 All 8.15-8.30 3.00pm $75 Opens 9/29
SCHOOL’S OUT CAMP November 11th Veteran’s Day Location: TBD
Day Day Part Age Gender Sign-in Sign-out Cost Registration
Wednesday Full 2006-2013 All 8.15-8.30 3.00pm TBD Opens 9/29

OUTDOOR CAMP FAQ

Where is Camp located?
Parade Ground Field 7 (Caton and Westminster g-map).

What precautions and protocols are in place to maximize safety and minimize the risk of spreading infection?
View our Return to Play safety protocols.

Do campers have to follow special rules?

Yes, campers must abide by all safety protocols in order to better ensure the safety of campers and coaches. These rules include distancing whenever possible, hand sanitizing, face coverings, and more.

Do campers have to wear masks?

When not playing they must wear masks at all times. During play, we ask them to keep faces covered as much as possible, but it’s OK to pull the mask down to breathe during physically demanding activities, then replace it as soon as they can. (This is in line with guidelines from the city, state, and state soccer association.)

Will there be full-contact soccer at camp?
Camp activities are designed to very much limit contact, but occasional contact is possible. Numerous no-contact activities are planned.

Is camp open to everyone?
Yes, girls and boys ages 2006 – 2013 (coed groups).

Can I sign up for individual days?
Yes!

Do you offer sibling and/or multi-week discounts?
The Fall Mini-Camps are priced as low as they can be ($20 a session) so there are no discounts on this camp.

What does my child bring to camp?
Mask – required to be worn at all times except during play and while eating/drinking
Hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes
Soccer clothes
Age-appropriate ball
Full large water bottle, clearly labeled with the player’s name (there’s no fountain available)
Shin Guards
Turf Shoes or sneakers
GK Gloves (GK’s only)
Light Snack (optional)

Can I drop off early or pick-up late?
We do not have early drop-off or late pick-up options currently.

How are kids organized – can my child be with her/his friend?
Groups are organized primarily by age and ability. If your child and her/his friend are the same age, it’s likely that they’ll be in the same group.

What is your refund policy?
We do not offer refunds on camps unless the camp is canceled by health authority edict. If this happens pro-rated refunds will be given, less a 3.5% credit card processing fee. If you miss a day you can make it up in future.

OK, got it, how do I register?
Thank you for reading all the way through. Register here.