Santa Clarita Soccer Center Sports Camp

Santa Clarita Soccer Center Sports Camp 2020-06-15T15:40:25+00:00

Summer Break Camp 2020

Santa Clarita Soccer Center offers fun, flexible sports camps for kids ages 5 to 12 years. Our Sports Camp is flexible, with full weeks or single-day options. Campers will play games of soccer, football, dodgeball, baseball, and many more socially distant games. With an endless supply of fun, kids will be active and burning energy all day!

All Sports Camp
5-12 years old

Full Day: 8am-4:00pm
Cost: $69 per day  or $299 per week
Half Day: 8am-noon or noon-4:00pm
Cost: $45 per day  or $195 per week

Early drop off available with at least 48 hours notice.
Late pick-up is from 4pm-5pm and is $5.00 per 15 minutes per child.
*Early drop-off and late pick-up for full day camp only.

Upcoming Camp Dates

Summer Break Camp 2020
June 22nd – August 7th

Register Today!

Camp Activities:

All Sports Camp

  • Soccer
  • Capture-the-flag
  • Dodgeball
  • Kickball
  • Theme Weeks
  • and more!

Lil’ Kingdom Camp

  • Lil’ Kickers games (Soccer)
  • Lil Sluggers games (Baseball)
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Theme Weeks
  • Special Events
  • and more!

Camp FAQs

The should bring a waterbottle, as well as any allergy or emergency medicine if needed. They should also bring a lunch and any nut-free snacks they would like throughout the day.
They should wear comfortable clothes to run and jump around in as well as athletic shoes.
Yes, your child should bring a lunch and nut-free snacks. We will have two snack times for full-day campers.
Well qualified and trained coaches are with the kids at all times. They love what they do, and are great with kids of all ages!
Coach to camper ratio is:

ages 5-7 = 1:10
ages 8-12 = 1:10

We group kids into the proper age ranges, taking into consideration social and cognitive levels since they will be matched with appropriate and interactive activities accordingly. If siblings are close in age but they are divided, they do have the option to join each other. However, we recommend that the children remain in their proper age groups so that they benefit the most from their day, week or summer at camp.
You should contact the camp coordinator when checking your child in at the front desk. Let them know of any allergies or medication your child may need, such as an EpiPen. They will notify the rest of the staff and have the medicine kept in a safe and centrally located area. Please note that we are unable to assist children in administering their medications.