January 02, 2019
New Year; New Goals: Nike Soccer Camps look to build off successful 2018 season
US Sports Camps, the largest provider of sports camps in the world, has just finished another impressive summer. With over 4,000 Nike Soccer Campers in 2018, young athletes across the world improved their game.
With 40+ Nike Soccer Camps available in the U.S., international tours and more, Nike Soccer Camps provides an experience for everyone. This summer saw impressive additions to the 2018 line-up as well as many returning camper favorites.
“Nike Soccer Camps provides a unique experience for campers,” Says Charlie Hoeveler, CEO of US Sports Camps. “We pride ourselves in partnering with elite coaches, that provide quality instruction in state-of-the-art facilities.”
The relationship we have with coaches is a very simple one that allows the coaches to focus on what they do best.... coach, while we handle the rest.
“My first year as a Nike Soccer Camp was awesome! Our numbers were strong, our campers had fun, and our staff was happy. Best part was we got to Just Coach” says Louise Lieberman, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at University of San Diego.
Nike Soccer Camps is not simply a camp portal that lists the camp; we are a team of marketing and consummate camp operating professionals. We have been collaborating with top collegiate coaches and professionals in operating sports camps since 1975.
At US Sport Camps we are working year-round, non-stop, to ensure our coaches have the numbers to run high quality camps. A tough mindset to maintain but in the end “it is not just about developing a better soccer player but developing quality human beings” says Nike Player One Coach Ben Maxwell. Maxwell a Scotland native, leads camps across the Bay Area. Maxwell is just one of our coaches who find value in running camps with a purpose. A purpose to mold young athletes into better teammates, students, and individuals.
Mike Brizendine, Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Virginia Tech offered his reflections on being a part of the Nike Soccer Camp Family. “The camaraderie and teamwork that occurs at camp is something special,” says Brizendine. “At camp we strive for a cohesive experience. We want to provide our athletes with skills that translate directly to the pitch and beyond.”
“We have the best job in the world.” Says Renee Chapman, Nike Soccer Camp Manager. “We create opportunities for kids to improve soccer skills, make friends, and train with the country’s best coaches.” The team at USSC has been a driving force in growing Nike Soccer Camps to a national scale.
2018 saw an epic summer filled with World Cup action, intensive training and skill advancement. Players left camp ready to use their improved skill set for their upcoming club and school seasons. We turn the focus to 2019, where our favorite athletes and coaches look to build on a successful 2018. We look forward to making 2019 our best year yet.