Michigan Rush Downriver hosts camps and classes though out the year to provide players the opportunity to improve their game.
Player Development Camp Overview
Dates: Monday, July 11th-
Thursday, July 14th
Cost: $100 per athlete
Ages: Open to all
U8-U18 players, Boys and Girls (grouped based on age and ability levels)
Hall, 23156 King Rd., Brownstown MI 48183
This Rush Downriver Summer Player Development Camp is an optional event, which is offered in an effort to provide
our players with an extra opportunity to stay active and improve their game
during the summer off-season.
The Player Development Camp is
open to players of all ages and ability levels. The camp will include technical
training, small-sided games and a strong emphasis on going to goal. The Player
Development Camp will challenge each athlete to improve critical areas of their
game in a fun and exciting environment.
The Player Development Camp will
be run by the Michigan Rush Downriver Directors of Coaching, Pat Griffin and
Dave Demeter. Goalkeeper training will also be offered and included within the
Team Camp Overview
Dates: Monday, July 25th-
Thursday, July 28th
6:00pm-8:30pm (U8-U12 Boys & Girls)
9:00am-11:30am (U13-U14 Boys & U13-U18 Girls)
Location: McLouth Park Trenton (corner of Westfield and Harrison)
About the Camp:
Michigan Rush Summer Soccer Camp is structured to
give players an opportunity to improve their technical and tactical abilities
in training and match situations. Players from within the club will be grouped
with their team for the 2016 – 2017 seasons. Players from outside the club will
be grouped according to ability, experience, maturity and competitive spirit.
We ensure an excellent environment for quality team and individual instruction.
Who Should Attend?
Camp participants are expected to come equipped
with enthusiasm to learn technical skills, tactical decision making, and to
enjoy the competition of playing soccer. All Rush U8-U14 boys and girls are
expected to attend camp, as well as U15-U18 girls. The camp will aim to prepare
teams for the up-coming fall season, as well as develop the individual skill
and awareness of each player.
Players should bring the necessary practice gear; including a soccer
ball, soccer shoes, water, rain gear, and sunscreen. Shin guards are required
for all sessions. All campers will receive a camp T-shirt.