$299 for a Four-Day Soccer Camp for Girls with Dorm Stay & Meals at Wake Forest University ($500 Value)

Spry Soccer Stadium

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In a Nutshell

College soccer coach helps girls refine their soccer fundamentals during four-day camps that include a stay in the dorms and meals

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jul 1, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Subject to availability. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Camp registration required. Valid for girls ages 10 — 14 only. Only valid for 2016 Wake Forest Soccer Residential camps. Camps open to any and all entrants and are limited only by age, gender, and number of entrants. Must provide email address at checkout which will be shared to facilitate registration. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $299 for a four-day overnight residential soccer camp with dorm accommodations and meals for girls ages 10–14 ($500 value)

Where: Spry Soccer Stadium
When: 2016 Youth Residential Camp—June 28–July 1, 2016

Wake Forest University Soccer Camps

Paul "Bear" Bryant and Alabama football. Mike Krzyzewski and Duke men's basketball. Pat Summitt and Tennessee women's basketball. Some college sports programs are inexorably linked with their most famous head coach. And Tony da Luz, of Wake Forest women's soccer, also belongs on that list.

Da Luz invites youth players to come down from the stands and onto the field for hands-on guidance. Check out why young players might enroll in Wake Forest University Soccer Camps:

The Coaches

Da Luz has coached the Demon Deacons for 18 of the program's 21 seasons, leading the team to the NCAA Tournament in all but two of those years. They even won their 2010 conference tournament and made it to the College Cup championship in 2011. He leads youth soccer camps alongside his assistant coaches—both former college goalkeepers.

The Training

Camps geared toward high-school girls feature agility training, extensive technical skills work, and 11v11 games. For middle-school girls, the coaches lead multiple intense training sessions to prepare them for more advanced competition. Kickin' Kids, for boys and girls ages 6–9, fosters a love of the game by introducing them to ball-control skills and other soccer fundamentals.

The Facility

Sessions unfold at Spry Soccer Complex, home to a 3,000-seat stadium and three fully lit playing fields with recently renovated natural-grass surfaces. The stadium has hosted ACC Tournaments and a Major League Soccer exhibition game.

Customer Reviews

Great camp! My daughter learned a bunch and had lots of fun!
Amanda · July 3, 2016
My 11 yo loved it. Excellent rooms, learned a lot, made great friends. Can't wait for next year!
Jeri L. · July 3, 2016
Great camp! My daughter learned a lot and had fun with friends and meeting new people. Especially loved the suites, allowing 6 girls to stay together.
Kerri K. · July 3, 2016

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