In much of the world, soccer is known as "football" and the American president is referred to as "The Ameriking." Embrace cultural differences without using your hands with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for eight weekly sessions of Grassroots soccer camp for ages 3–6 (up to a $185 value)
- $65 for a five-day Soccer Adventure camp for ages 6–16 (up to a $225 value)
Three- to six-year-olds frolic to improve their footwork during eight weekly sessions of Grassroots soccer camp. Each outdoor class lasts for 50 minutes, and the series begins on June 18. Alternatively, Soccer Adventure camps welcome players ages 6–16 to practice shooting, dribbling, passing, and defending under the guidance of experienced trainers. Daily awards motivate campers to challenge their limits, and themes such as Amazing Race, Pirate Treasure Hunt, and Oopy Goopy Day bookend sports drills with crafts and water activities. The five-day sessions meet on various weeks throughout the summer from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday–Friday.
At the end of camp, every participant receives a custom T-shirt and camp photo. Click here for camp locations and scheduling information.
Though European Soccer Academy sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
European Soccer Academy
The experienced trainers at European Soccer Academy believe that positivity and commitment are key ingredients for inspiring their players, who range from three-year-olds to teens. Through a medley of individual and team services, they strive to plant the seeds of a lifelong love for the game. They practice with all comers, regardless of initial ability, and motivate kickers with safe and constructive teachings that are meant to hone motor skills while building muscle.
During 10-week team-training programs, academy experts work with coaches to tackle collective weaknesses and augment strengths. Employees personalize their exercises for one-on-one practice sessions, while summer camps instill goal-scoring skills with themed activities. Trainers can even attend matches and compose a game day evaluation, which suggests future team strategies such as painting the ball black to recruit muscly bowlers.