Frequently Asked Questions…
What type of supervision do you provide?
We have a 10:1 ratio of campers to staff. On and off the field all activities are supervised by staff members for the camper’s entire stay. We have 24-hour supervision.
What should campers bring?
Soccer gear including shin guards, sleeping bag, flashlight, and swimsuit. A more detailed list will be sent once you sign up.
What kind of housing accommodations?
Europa Soccer Camp have full use of the Private Schools and Colleges were our camps are held. Campers will be housed in the campus dormitories. Staff members will supervise the campers at all times.
Are all the meals provided?
Yes, everything is inclusive. Europa Soccer Camp provides all meals. Meals are provided at the cafeterias.
What do campers do in their spare time?
The camper’s day is fully scheduled. When they are not in soccer sessions they will be doing activities such as meals, videos and swimming. The campers will have free time to socialize and relax, but will be supervised by a staff member at all times.
Does my child need any spending money?
Yes. $20 would be more than enough. We ask that each camper keep track of their own funds.
What kind of medical care do you provide?
We have a nurse on staff at all times as well as an athletic training fully certified in CPR on staff at all times as well as a nurse. The have all the necessary First Aid and Safety Equipment that is required. Our camp medical plan is draw up by our Camp Doctor.
What about a day camp program?
We offer a complete day camp program during our residential camp program with reduced hours and cost. All activities that Residential campers received are offered to our day campers. Lunch is included and Dinner can be purchased for $7.00 per meal. Campers may stay through dinner or leave and come back for the evening games from 7:00-8:30
When is check in and check out times?
Residential camps arrive from 2:00-4:00 on Sunday and Leave on Thursday at 4=3:00.
Day Campers arrive at 3:30 on Sunday and also leave at 3:00 pm on Thursday.
Does my child need a medical form?
Yes. Your child will receive medical form shortly after sending in you registration form. It will be filled out by you and signed by your Doctor.
How do I reach my child at camp in the event of an emergency?
All Campers are allowed to have cell phones. The Site Director has a cell phone at all times. You will be provided with that number to call in the event of an emergency.
Terms and Conditions and Refund Policy:
If you can not attend for any reason such as a medical condition, injury or that we have cancelled the camp, we then offer you a full 100% transferable credit towards a future camp at any of our locations.
Will I receive written confirmation that my child is enrolled?
Yes, you will receive a confirmation sent to the email address listed on your application (preferably a parent/guardian email). Your confirmation will include directions, what to bring, balance and a medical form waiver to be filled out.