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MKSC Soccer Camps Coached By Michael King

June 6, 2011

The Milwaukee Kickers utilizes over 40 years of youth soccer experience to offer camps that are as much fun as they are educational.

 

This summer we offer two great camp options, Summer Soccer Camp, for players 7-14 and Kick Starters Camp, for players 4-6.

 

Milwaukee Kickers Summer Soccer Camp - Ages 7-14

This camp is for boys and girls of all skill levels ages 7-14 years old. Players will be separated into appropriate groups based on age and skill during camp to ensure the best level of instruction is provided. Summer Soccer Camp will focus on fundamentals including passing, shooting, dribbling and receiving. It will feature proven training techniques and games to maximize each player's level of skill.

 

Kick Starters Camp - Ages 4-6

Kick Starters Camp is for boys and girls ages 4-6 years old. This camp will introduce soccer skills through fun games, activities, and scrimmages.

 

Campers can expect a light atmosphere that includes water day on Friday!

The Kick Starters Camp coaching staff is trained and certified by the Milwaukee Kickers.

 

**Looking for a summer camp and wondering why you should choose us?

 

YOUTH SOCCER is all we do - This isn't just our summer gig, youth soccer and the development of youth players is the core of our organization. Our camps are fueled by 40 years in the youth game which ensures the lessons learned at camp will directly benefit your player when the season starts.

 

All camps held at Uihlein Soccer Park are WEATHER PROOF - Our three indoor climate controlled fields are used when the weather outside doesn't cooperate.

We're close to your neighborhood - If Uihlein is too far of a drive, check out our summer soccer camps in Franklin and New Berlin.

 

All campers receive FREE STUFF - Come to our camp for even one day and receive a cinch sack and camp T. Stay for the full five days and get a soccer ball.

 

The Camp Director is Michael King who is the Milwaukee Wave All-Time Leading Scorer, a 23 Year Professional, the Captain of Four Championship Teams, Three-time NCAA All-American, Farleigh Dickinson University Hall of Fame, Director of the MK Elite Strikers and grew up playing for Chelsea FC in England.

 

To register and for more information visit: http://www.mksc.org/news_article/show/79131?referrer_id=103995#Summer_Soccer_Camp_2

OR call 414.358.2678

 

 

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