Camp Curriculum

Overview of Weekly Curriculum for Camp









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Combination and review of week's skills and competition


Dribbling & Shooting (Driven)

Passing & Shooting (Volley)

Goal Keeping & Shooting (Combination)

1 V 1 & 2 v 1

Attacking & Defending

Combination and review of week's techniques in Small Sided Games

Cultural Message

Uganda the Country

A Child's Life in Uganda

Ugandan Culture and Traditions

Water in Uganda

The Difference you are making in Uganda

Small sided game focus

Width & Depth

Penetrating opposition defense

Attacking as a team

1-2s,overlaps, crosses

Set plays

Combination putting everything together


From Goals To Wells Commitment to Campers

Ugandan Culture

  • Uganda as a country
  • Important role of wells in Uganda
  • What our camp will achieve in Uganda

Build Confidence

  • Build campers self confidence and personal happiness
  • Constant praise! (Effort, performance, energy, attitude, personality)
  • Positive feedback
  • Encouragement to try new skills and techniques
  • Use campers names

Soccer Growth

  • Daily Skills and teaching points
  • Passing, Dribbling, Shooting, Heading
  • Quality soccer coaches with vast experience and ability
  • College Payers
  • Small Sided games to maximize player participation and opportunity in 4v4, 6v6, and  8v8 scenarios

Fun and participation

  • Creative games and activities that are fun and create energy in the session
  • Look to develop skills and techniques through fun games and activities
  • Being successful is key to all activities and games

Staff Members

Olivia Hinkle
Camp Director

Olivia has recently graduated from Concordia University, Majoring in Exercise & Sports Science. Olivia played soccer at Concordia as a midfielder.  Traveled and volunteers in Uganda as a community worker. She has been coaching for 5 years at camps and after school programs. Her favorite snacks Reece’s and Vanilla yogurt. She hopes to go back to Uganda someday and work in community health.

Kala Gabler
Skills Development

Kala is a recent graduate of UC Irvine, where she played for 3 years on the women's soccer team and achieved a degree in Psychology and Social Behavior and a minor in Education. She plans on furthering her education at UC Irvine in Fall 2012 with a teaching credential in mathematics. She someday hopes to work at a high school teaching math and coaching the soccer team. She has coached various teams, camps and clinics for 6 years and recently became the goalkeeping coach for Saddleback United Soccer Club in Mission Viejo. Her favorite snacks are pretzels and apples and she hopes to be in Brazil in 2014 attending the World Cup.

Lucas Clardy
Technical Development





Lucas is a graduate from Cal State Fullerton with a degree in Communication Studies. He finished his soccer career on the Men’s team where he was a forward. He has coached for 6 years at soccer camps, and after school programs.  He also coached the Granite Hills High School JV boys’ team and the Fairmont Prep Girls Varsity team. His favorite snacks are brownies, and bananas with peanut butter. In the future Lucas hopes to travel the world playing soccer and helping kids.