Find Football Camps That Meet Your Needs
When looking at football camps, you need to think about what it is you want to get out of the experience and how much you can afford to spend.
Your first consideration should be what you want to accomplish by attending a football camp this summer. If your goal is to improve your skills, look for a general or focused skills camp at a university or one hosted by a national organization. Check the camp’s explanation for what it is they will be teaching and how. Some camps have techniques that are unique to the coaches present while others use a more general approach, like SPARQ training. You’ll want to make sure that the camp focuses on training and instruction. If your goal is recruitment, then look for a camp that specifies that there will be recruiters present. Colleges host camps designed to bring possible recruits to the coaches’ attention. Some national camps are also primarily for recruiting.
You also have to think about how much money you can spend. The cost of the camp is just one part of this. You’ll also have to consider travel expenses if the camp is not local and the cost of purchasing any equipment you may need to take with you. If you want to save some money, think about borrowing equipment from friends or your school. You can also check to see if the camp offers discounts for things like commuting instead of staying in the dorms or team discounts for attending with two or more teammates. Some camps will have other discounts available, so make sure to check before registering at the full cost.
Find Football Camps by Area or State
You can find a listing of football camps available in your area at SportsCampConnections.com. You can also view football camps by state, if you want more information on a particular school or want to travel to a particular state this summer for camp.