Goal Scoring Camp
One week half-day camp for boys and girls, ages 8-18 of all skill levels, July 7-11.
Hours: 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. (no extended care
Contact: Joe Clarke and staff, (314) 935-5174
With practice, attitude and encouragement you can easily become a better goal scorer. This program focuses on hundreds of instep strikes each day at our many goals. We will work on finishing chances, penalty area positioning and recognition of scoring opportunities in our varied drills and shooting games.
Full session fees, per child, are due at time of enrollment. We can keep friends together unless they are far apart in age or if they are different genders.
Register and pay online here. For those wishing to pay by check or money order, please complete this application form (pdf) and mail with your payment to the address on the form.
Refunds are provided when written cancellation notice is received two weeks prior to the session's start date. There is a $35 administration fee assessed. Cancellations with less than two weeks written notice are refunded 50% of the camp enrollment fee.
If your child suffers from a camp-ending injury, you will receive a pro rata refund up to a maximum of 75% of the tuition.
Location and Facilities
Specialty camps are held at Washington University's Francis Field, in the Athletic Complex.
In case of rain, we will adjust our schedule and use available space in the athletic center and classrooms. Please know we will play through rain, unless it is pouring, but not lightning.
Drop off and Pick
Drop off is from 8:15 - 9 a.m. Pick up is at 12:15 p.m. The specific drop off and pick up location is based on what construction or maintenance might be occurring on campus. We will have signs pointing you to the designated areas.
Generally, drop off and pick up will take place in front of the Athletic Center. The entrance to the drop off area is off of Forsyth Avenue, between Big Bend and Skinker. The north-bound turn is immediately east of Francis Field. After you turn in, go past Francis Field on your left and then turn to your left again and go to the end of the lot.
What to Wear and What to Bring
It is strongly suggested that campers arrive daily with sunscreen applied and with extra sunscreen available for the remainder of the day. Wear light colored shirts and cover shoulders and heads. Please put your name on all your belongings.
• soccer ball (bring your own or purchase a camp ball for
• soccer shoes
• change for the snack machine
• flip-flops for the locker room
• all day campers must bring their lunch (refrigeration is not available)
• campers 6-8 should bring a swim suit and towel
Joe Clarke's staff of college and high school coaches and college players are trained to work with kids. Certified lifeguards will be present at swimming activities.
Please ensure your child is covered under your medical insurance. The camp does not provide medical insurance for your child.