College ID Camp Session I 2024


Dates: July 12th - 14th, 2024
Ages: Boys Ages Rising 9th graders to age 19
Commuter: $525 - $100 due when registering, remainder due on May 1
Residential: $575 - $100 due when registering, remainder due on May 1

(An online convenience fee will be added upon registration)

Full payment is due if you register after May 1

T-shirt Sizes Are Not Guaranteed

Camp Overview:

The College ID camp is for players who will be Boys Ages Rising 9th graders to age 19. The camp is designed for the player who seeks a high level training environment and collegiate exposure. Players will benefit from a seminar to understand college admission, NCAA rules, and the recruiting process as well as the daily schedule of a student-athlete. Our curriculum will be designed towards competitive technical and tactical training sessions. In addition to collegiate level training sessions, players will also compete in small-sided and 11v11 matches. Our staff will be comprised of coaches from all collegiate division as well as youth international level coaches. Goalkeeper specific training will also be included before joining field players in training and matches for game simulation.

Player and camp team assignments will be done one week prior to camp. Camp teams will be assigned by age, and there will be no more than 15 or 16 campers per team.

The College Id camp is also open to club teams. We require that 12 field players from your team sign-up to train together.

Please contact us if you would like to attend camp but are unable to attend all camp sessions. Pro-rated options are available if camp staff is informed prior to the camp.

Camp Schedule:

12:00pm-1:30pm All Campers Check-In at the dorm including commuters
1:30pm Camp meeting
2:00pm Training Session
5:00pm Dinner
6:30pm Full Matches
8:45pm All Camp meeting (Commuters picked up at Fields)
9:00pm Pizza Sold for those wanting prior to bed
10:00-10:30pm Lights-Out

7:00am-8:00am Breakfast
8:15am Commuters dropped off at Fields
8:30am-10:30am Training plus small-sided games
11:00am-1:00pm. Lunch, Rest, Hydrate
1:30pm-3:30pm Technical Session, Strength/agility coach session indoors, or classroom session
(We decide this session based on heat index and factoring in the 4th session of camp in 24 hours
4:00pm-6:00pm. Dinner, Rest, Hydrate
6:30pm-8:30pm Full Matches
8:45pm All Camp meeting (Commuters picked up at Fields)
9:00pm Pizza sold for those wanting prior to bed
10:00-10:30pm Lights-Out

7:00am Breakfast
8:15am Commuters dropped off at Fields
9:00am-11:00am Final Matches
11:00am Closing Ceremonies
Commuters picked up at Finley Field
11:00am-12:00pm Check-out (at dorm)

**Schedule subject to change**

Insurance: The parent or guardian must provide primary insurance for the camper.
Medical Forms:

All required forms are filled out in registration process, but the Medical Form.

Please print, complete, and email the Medical Form to before the start camp.


Medical Staff: UNC Soccer Camp will have two NATA certified athletic trainers at the field sessions. Both trainers will also reside at Granville Towers and an athletic training room will be available for campers.
Safety & Supervision: The campers are supervised 24 hours a day during all field sessions and while in the dorm. The camp staff will reside on each of the dormitory floors and dorm security on site.
Housing, Hydration & Meals: All campers will reside and dine in on-campus dorms. The rooms are air-conditioned.

There will be Gatorade and water available at all sessions and in the dorm. Ice is available as well.

Meals are all-you-can-eat. On day one campers will be served dinner only. Campers will have breakfast, lunch, and dinner on day two. On the last day campers will be served breakfast.

Pizza will be available after evening matches.

UNC Soccer Camp attracts competitive players eager to compete, learn, and have fun. Due to the physical demands and competitive spirit of camp in summer heat, we will encourage kids during time away from the field to rest, recover, and hydrate so they can be ready to participate for the next session as well as the entire camp. Recreational activities during the breaks will not be facilitated or encouraged.

Camp Guide Sheet Guide Sheet
Staffer To Camper Ratio: We will have excellent staff to camper ratio of 1 adult to 8 campers. The maximum team ratio of 1 coach to 16 campers provides the quality individual time along with functional team cohesiveness for training sessions and evening matches.
Goalkeeper Information Please Click Here for Goalkeeper Information.
Team Assignments: Camp team assignments will be done one week prior to camp. Camp teams will be assigned by age, and there will be no more than 15 or 16 campers per team.
Group & Team Training: If you would like to train as a team we require that 12 campers from your team sign-up.
Roommate Preferences: Requests and/or near requests will be honored. There will be two campers per room. Both campers must request each other. If you come as a group of more than two you can be placed in the same suite. If the camper does not request a roommate, we will assign a roommate of the same age.
Training Facilities: UNC just underwent a huge facility project that gives access to multiple grass and turf fields as needed. As your specific camp approaches, we will designate which facility with an address and details. The first choice will be grass fields where UNC Men’s Soccer practices. Finley Fields 147 Old Mason Farm Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Refund & Cancellation Policy:

Please contact us at if you would like to cancel your registration. See below for all details.

There’s a $100 non-refundable registration fee

  • Cancellation within 14 days of start of camp: All fees refunded except $150.
  • Cancellation within 7 days of start of camp: 50% of Total Camp Fee
  • Cancellation within 48 hours of start of camp: No refund

Please also note that the online convenience fee is non-refundable.

Application deposits and fees are non-transferable.

Questions: Email us at