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Soccer Camp (morning)

Instructional exercises and scrimmages that will help improve youth soccer skills. Program led by Coach Kieran McIlvenny. The goal of the program is to promote sportsmanship and respect as well as to teach the technical and tactical skills of the game. Campers should bring: shin guards, sneakers and/or cleats (indoor or outdoor), soccer ball, and water bottle. For an additional fee, the soccer camp (9am-12pm) may be combined with Camp-X (12pm - 4pm). Children who participate in the soccer program will not have swim time, even if they are signed up for Camp-X (Camp Exposure) in the afternoon.

 

 

Week #2

July 8 - 12

Week #4

July 22 - 26

Week #6

August 5 - 9

Week #8

August 19 - 23

9:00am - 12:00pm

Ages 5-12

Prices: Members $190/Non-Members $200

COACH KIERAN MCILVENNY is the Athletic Director for
Gold's Gym LaGrange, the Director of the New York Soccer
Academy, and Associate Head Coach of the Dutchess
Community College Men's Soccer Team. A native of Ireland,
he has been coaching and playing soccer in the US since
1986. He has acted as the director of Soccer Operations for
Rye Youth Soccer, the Boys Varsity Soccer Coach at Rye
Country Day School, Head Coach in the East Hudson
Academy and State Olympic Development Programs, staff
for Eastern New York's Coaching Education Program, and
Arlington Girls Varsity Soccer Coach. Kieran has played 

competitive soccer for most of his life and holds both a
USSF "A" license and the KNVB (Dutch Soccer Federation)
Advanced Diploma. In 2010, Kieran was selected by the
Mid-Hudson Soccer Official's Association as the Bill Garvey
Coach of the Year for High School Soccer. In 2011, he led Arlington to the State Finals and earned both League and Poughkeepsie Journal Coach of the Year Awards as well as MSG Girls Varsity Coach of the Year. In 2012, he was again chosen as Poughkeepsie Journal Coach of the Year while leading Arlington to its third section title in 5 years. In 2014, Kieran was chosen as League Coach of the Year with Arlington winning the League title. In 2016, he was named New York State Soccer Coach of the Year after leading his girls Varsity Soccer team to the State Championship. In 2017 he was chosen as one of only 13 coaches 
nationally to coach at the High School All American Game in Florida.