Frequently asked questions
What is required to play Travel Soccer?
What does each season entail?
How is payment organized?
What can I do if I need financial assistance for my child to play Travel Soccer?
What happens with inclement weather?
Where can we purchase uniforms?
Parent can purchase a set of uniform form soccer.com The website that provides all the necessary apparels and equipment.
What do players bring to practice?
Players will have to bring/wear proper soccer attire with training jersey, and water.
What about insurance?
Each camper will have standard Summer Camp insurance. Please ensure your child is covered under your medical insurance. The camp does not provide medical insurance for your child.
Will I have to sign my child in and out of camp?
What should we bring to camp?
Do we have a refrigerator for the lunches?
No, we do have coolers for the lunches. All bags will be kept out of the sun in a shaded area during the training sessions.
How do we handle bad weather?
GSA used to have the policy of never cancelling camp outdoors unless there is inclement weather. In case the decision has to be made to go indoors, we always had a second option. We will not do that this year. IF there are downpours or thunderstorms coming in, we will cancel the day's session.
What do you do when the heat is excessive?
What is camper staff ratio?
When Camp functions during normal times, depending on each age group, the ratio will be between 10:1 and 15:1.
Can parents watch during camp?
Parents are welcome to watch their children at camp but must remain in their car. On the final day camp parents are welcome to attend to watch the games and presentations from a safe distance.
Do you offer refunds?
What goes on in a day in camp.
Our summer camp runs from Monday to Friday. Drop off starts at 8 am and training starts at 9 am. Pick up is between 2.45 pm and 3pm. Our after care program is an additional session that runs from 3.15 pm to 5.15 pm. The summer camp program focusses on the all-round soccer player. The current circumstances do not allow us to play any scrimmages or have exercises that bring players in close proximity. Thanks to years of experience running summer camps and training sessions we do have plenty of things to teach the players, using Senseballs, individual skills and moves as well socially distant passing and shooting exercises.
Which ages can attend Summer Camp?
The 2020 Summer Camp attendees have to be born between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2006
What are the hours of operation?
What are your indoor locations?
What happens in inclement weather ?
Terms and Conditions
Tuition and Membership dues are non refundable for any reason. Please communicate with us any problems regarding about the player soccer experience so we can try to address every concern.
Soccer Participant Disclaimer
I/We give permission to the registered camper to participate in all the activities of the Global Soccer Academy and submit he/she is physically fit to participate in athletic activities. I/We understand that there are certain risks of injury in the participation of this sport and I am willing to assume these risks. I/We authorize the staff to administer first aid in case of emergency. I/We waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages, and hold harmless the staff and instructors for any and all responsibilities for injuries or illness.
The Global Soccer Academy also uses pictures and video taken during the camp for educational and promotional purposes and I/We allow the use of these for those purposes.
What are your outdoor locations?
Our homefield is Gateway Park.