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Brazil CT Summer Camp

The Soccer Club of Newington Weekly Summer training with CT Brazil and Coach D!

Join us for a great summer of evening soccer training and unforgettable memories!

Enroll your kids and keep them busy and developing their soccer skills throughout the summer!

BRAZUKINHA PROGRAM (Ages 5 & 6, 8 sessions, Monday only) is designed to train and generate children's interest for soccer during the summer months. Sessions will teach soccer skills in a non-competitive, educational and fun environment.

BRAZUCA PROGRAM (Ages 7 & 8) 16 sessions is carefully designed for players ages 7 and 8 with the intent of working on skills on team settings. We want our young players to understand team concept and introduction to real games on an extremely fun environment.

SELECT PROGRAM (AGES 9 TO 13) 16 sessions is designed for players ages 9 to 13 looking for additional soccer development during the summer months. It is also a great opportunity to play with players from different clubs. Players will have the option to participate in out of state and local tournaments.

COLLEGE SHOWCASE PROGRAM (Ages 14 to 18) 16 sessions will get our players prepared during the summer months for their upcoming high school season and to get some colleges showcase opportunities.

What: SCN & Brazil CT Camp is 8 weeks, 2 sessions a week in evening, July 7th through the week of August 20th

When: 7/7 – 8/20 Tuesday and Thursday evenings 90 minutes ages 7 & up. 60 minutes ages 5&6.

Where: 

  • Week of 7/7-8/8 - Clem Lemire Turf Field 150 New Britain Avenue, AKA Balducci Way

  • Week of 8/10 & 8/20 - Emmanuel Christian Fields 569 Maple Hill Ave

What to bring: Cleats, 2 Water Bottles Shin Guards, appropriate sized ball and a willingness to learn!

Price: Age 5&6 (Tuesday only) $215.00. Age 7 & older (Tuesday & Thursday) $295.00

Camp Contact: Phil Knowlton – [email protected]