What are the facilities like?

In a word Awesome! Campers stay in large dorm rooms on the campus. Training sessions are held at the Soccer facilities: Bermuda grass lighted fields. Housing, facilities and cafeteria are located on the Coastal Carolina University Campus.

What is the Camper to Staff Ratio?

It’s outstanding – We group teams from 13-15 players and each team has a Head Coach and an assistant coach. And, the coaches are tremendous! Which include the Coaching staff and a group of top college, club, and High School coaches from across the USA. In addition, the current Coastal Soccer players assist the head coaches as counselors, put on daily demonstrations, and chaperone the campers in the dorm and to/from the field.

What are the airport options and can my child get picked up at the airport?

Myrtle Beach International airport is about 20 minutes from campus. Florence, SC also has a regional airport that is about an hour and 15 minutes from campus.

For residential camp only: Campers can request shuttle service to/from Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) at a cost of $30.00. You must notify us with all flight information as soon as you’ve confirmed your reservation. A member of our staff will be at the airport and easy to locate. Camp shuttles only operate on the first day of camp for pick up and the final day of camp for drop offs.

What does each residential camper receive?

Each camper receives a Coastal Carolina Girls Soccer Camp T-shirt. Also, skills, tournament and team prizes are awarded each week of camp.

Does Coastal Carolina Girls Soccer Academy offer a Team Camp?

We provide special accommodations to teams at all of our sessions. If 10+ members of your team sign up to attend the same session we will provide an outstanding coaching staff to train that group as a team. So, in addition to the great soccer experience they will receive they will also build team chemistry in the dorms.

Do Goalkeepers Receive Position Specific Training?

Yes. CCU Girls Soccer Camp offers a Goalkeeper School during camp. The curriculum of the Goalkeeper School is outstanding! The training is dynamic, challenging, and comprehensive. Campers are exposed to the proper skills and attitudes needed to succeed at the highest levels. The Goalkeeper School is coordinated with the curriculum of the field players, allowing the goalkeepers to be challenged both individually and in daily games and training sessions.

What Happens if a Camper Becomes Sick or Injured during Camp?

CCU Girls Soccer Camp has constant medical supervision, which includes athletic trainers at all sites during the duration of camp, as well as a trainer that resides in the dorms in case of emergency. In addition, we have use of CCU’s training room, as well as Conway Regional Hospital less than 1 mile from campus if needed.

Do Campers Need Spending Money at Camp?

Campers can purchase several items during the rest breaks and evening times. We offer a snack shop with T-shirts, souvenirs, drinks, pizza, and other light snacks. A camp bank is provided and recommended during residential camps. Parents and campers can deposit funds in the bank at registration, and then withdraw money as needed. All unused funds are returned at the close of camp.

Are Parents/Family Allowed to Watch?

Parents and Family are invited to watch any/all of training and games. The CCU Girls Soccer Camp staff asks that you please remain in the spectator areas during these times.