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RunFastJumpHigh Soccer -Footskills Camp

Runfast Jumphigh Soccer – Footskills Camp- Ages 8-14
June 20-23 - 9:00-12:00 PM
Cost - $200 – Location – Diesel Sports Complex

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This camp will be fast-paced and fun for advanced and competitive soccer players.  This program includes ball mastery skills, 1v1 moves, agility training, and small sided games and activities. This camp curriculum features a variety of lessons and exercises designed to prepare the competitive player for individuals and small group battles within the game.



Ball Manipulation – Fast Paced mastery exercises utilizing all of the surfaces of both feet.

1v1 Moves - Change of Direction - players will learn a variety of moves designed to help the player change direction to avoid defenders.

1v1 Games - players will put their new moves to use in 1v1 games.

Finishing - Players will learn different finishing Techniques put them to use in small sided finishing games.

Scrimmage - each day will conclude with scrimmages or free play.


Ball Manipulation

Passing and Receiving - Players will learn proper techniques in fun and fast-paced exercises

Small Sided Games - 2v2 and 3v3 games designed to reinforce passing and receiving, combination play, etc.




Speed and Agility- players use Speed and Agility Activities including ladders, hurdles, cone drills, etc.

1v1 Moves - Attacking - players will learn moves designed to take a player on and beat them on the attack.

1v1 Games - More games to test the new moves that the players learned and to showcase their own moves and creativity.

Small sided games - 2v2 and 3v3 games for players to combine their skills in combination with teammates



1v1 Moves - Nutmeg Series - Players Will Learn A Series Of Moves That Will Bait The Defender Into A Nutmeg Or 1/2 Moon.

1v1 Competition - Players Will Compete In Various 1v1 Games.

Finishing Champ - Players will compete in a series of shooting contests.

Tournament - Players will be placed on teams for a round robin tournament of short games.

Cost per player - $200

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Coerver Coaching - North Pittsburgh Camp

Coerver Coaching Summer Soccer Camp

July 31 - August 4 - Graham Park

Camp Overview:

The only official license of Coerver Coaching in Western PA since 2009.

Our curriculum is based on the Coerver Pyramid of Player Development. The philosophy being that all aspects of play are dependent upon the player’s ability to control the ball (Ball Mastery), thus it is the foundation of any player’s technical development. All other subsequent blocks of the pyramid rely on the players “Ball Mastery” to be successful. In our summer camp programs the campers are given drills, challenges, games, and exercises from each part of the pyramid throughout each day. The younger the player, the more the emphasis needs to be on the building blocks at the bottom of the pyramid 

Coerver Coaching

Coerver Coaching has become the largest and most respected soccer education program in the world with an unmatched list of endorsements from national Federations, Professional Clubs, Star Players, and Leading Clubs.

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Dates And Times: Camps will run from 9 AM to 3 PM, Monday through Friday. Check-in begins at 8:15 on Monday.  On other days, campers are encouraged to be at Camp a few minutes early, since we begin each day at 9 AM Sharp.

Location and Directions – You will find directions to our camps here.

What to Bring: Campers will need to bring a ball, water and sun screenPlease have a name and phone number on the ball. Campers should also bring lunch.  Please send an extra pair of shoes as well so that players can get out of their cleats during the lunch break.  Shin guards are also required and must be worn at all times on the field.  Wednesdays is “Jersey Day”, when all are encouraged to wear their favorite soccer jerseys from around the world.  Camp T-shirts will be issued on Fridays, worn Friday afternoon.  Note that days can be warm; proper hydration needs to begin several days before the start of camp.  Heat also contributes to blisters; camp is not a good time to break in new shoes.

Camp Teams: Are camps are designed to put each camper in the group where he or she will learn the most, particularly learning new soccer skills and improving existing ones.  Learning the most you can is the primary challenge for a player in our camps.

Our placement system, which we’ve now used for over 10,000 players, groups Campers into Teams with others of similar ability and experience.  Assignment begins prior to the camp by separating players by age into groups of about 12. 

We do make some adjustments once Camp begins.  A player who is much stronger or weaker than the others on a Team will not get the most out of the camp in that setting.  Nor will the others in a Team where there are players of widely differing abilities.  But we only adjust the Teams as necessary a) to make sure that no player is dominating – or being dominated by – the others on the Team or b) when we believe the player will learn more in a different Team.

Campers enrolled in Advanced programs participate in several Monday morning activities which we use to affirm their proper placement in those levels of the Camp.

During the Week – Rest is Important: Days in our camps are very active.  Players need adequate rest to recover and prepare for the next day’s activity.  In previous years several players were injured doing other evening soccer activities after camp such as 3v3, fitness camps, etc.  We cannot provide a refund if players are injured at such activities.

Friday Afternoon: Finals of our Camp competitions begin at 2 PM, followed by our Awards Ceremony.  Parents are encouraged to attend that final hour of Camp.


RunFastJumpHigh Soccer
305 Cottingham Cir 
Cranberry Twp, Pennsylvania 16066

Phone: 412-585-1112
Email: [email protected]

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