Beestera GK Camp 1 & Camp 2
UpdatedMonday June 14, 2021 byJoAnne Foglia.
We are delighted to announce the first of our Beestera Goalkeeping specific summer camps! Our aim is to provide a positive experience and environment for every goalkeeper. As goalkeeping is such a unique position, having a position specific camp will allow the time and attention needed to make sure we cover every skill set that a goalkeeper needs. Goalkeepers from 8-16 years old can sign up, and will be grouped accordingly with a dedicated staff available to cater to any ability.
Beestera GK Camp 1
Aug 09 – Aug 13, 9-12pm
*Option to remain at the 'Beestera Soccer Training' camp from 12-4pm for an additional fee (Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested).
Beestera GK Camp 2
Aug 30, 1-4pm
We will remain diligent in adhering to State and CDC guidelines to ensure safety is the main priority:
Social Distancing - Activities for the camp will be adapted, and parents/carers will be asked to wait in turn and follow direction markers during collection & drop off. We will also have a staggered snack break, with each group going at different times.
Cleaning & Sanitation - Daily deep cleans, with regular hand washing & rigid procedures for frequent spot cleaning and key contact points.
Contactless Temperature Checks - We have invested in contactless thermometers and will check the temperature of the players and staff each day.
First Aid - The Beestera GK staff will have first aids kits with additional PPE if required.
Things to Bring:
*Please bring only essential personal belongings - the players will not be able to share water, sunscreen, snacks etc.
Goals of Camp: At Beestera Camps we pride oursevles on the holistic development of each camper. Campers will be challenged phyiscally, cognitively, emotionally and socially in order to give them the most authentic experience possible.
- Physical: Campers will become more competent and consistent in their goalkeeping skills in areas such as handling, footwork, and distribution.
- Cognitive: Campers will become more “goalkeeping literate” and be able to interpret various tactical situations in game settings more efficiently.
- Emotional: Campers will learn and demonstrate multiple ways to control their emotions while showing qualities such as resilience and perseverance in all activities which will result in higher self-esteem and self-confidence.
- Social: Campers will learn to respectfully communicate with others while accepting their culture and individual differences.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!
*No alcohol, drugs, or weapons are allowed on the premises of any of our locations*