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April Vacation Week

Spring Schedule

Dates Town Venue Ages Programs Times Register Here
April 16th-20th Chelmsford Murphy Field 3-14 Jnrs, TTP and GKA See Below Click Here
April 17th-20th Framingham Barbieri School 3-14 See P&R 9am-12pm Click Here
April 16th-20th Newton Fessenden School 3-14 Jnrs and TTP See Below Click Here
Apr 16th-20th Sherborn Laurel Farm 3-14 Jnrs, TTP and GKA See Below Click Here
April 16th-20th Waltham Falzone Field 3-14 Jnrs, TTP and GKA See Below Click Here
April 17th-20th Weymouth Union Point 3-14 Jnrs and TTP 9am-1pm Click Here

Early Drop Off

After the success of our Early Drop Off Program last year we have decided to build this into all of our camps, the camp day will begin at 9am however kids can be dropped to camp from 8.30am for no added price!

GPS Juniors (Jnrs)

  • 8.30am-11am
  • 3-6 years, $125

We have been teaching children that the game of soccer can be both educational and fun. They will learn the fundamental elements of soccer through a carefully structured program of activities and fun based games designed to capture a child’s imagination and develop their motor skills.

Techincal Training Program (TTP)

  • 7-14 years
  • Half Day - 8.30am-1pm, $225
  • Full Day - 8.30am-4pm, $300

All of our camps are taught at a level where children will be challenged during the week and have an incredible soccer experience at the same time. Each day our professional trainers will cover a different theme and skills to keep the players immersed in a world of soccer. The children will enjoy ample scrimmage time each day to practice and perfect the skills that they have learned.

GPS Goalkeeping Academy (GKA)

  • 7-16 years
  • 8.30am-1pm, $250
  • 8.30am-4pm, $325

Think inside the box with the GPS Goalkeeping School, the coaches on the program will deliver world class sessions and provide insight on how to improve the fundamental techniques and skills that all goalkeepers require.

Check out some clips from last year below:

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These camps must comply with the regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the Local Board of Health.